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Starting in 1997 and extending through 1998, Singapore was hit by three major crises: the currency turmoil affecting its neighbours (especially Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia); the El Niño-driven forest fires on Borneo and Sumatra that filled Singapore's air with brown smoke; and the political...

Lew, A. A.
Current Issues in Tourism, 1999, 2, 4, pp 304-315

Ethnic food is largely chosen to be consumed by tourists in order to better appreciate the local culture. An ethnic food experience has increasingly become a popular food activity for many tourists. Although the Dayaks are the largest indigenous group in Malaysia, little has been done to explicate...

Hiram Ting; Fam KimShyan; Hwa CheahJun [Hwa, C. J. J. ]; Richard, J. E.; Xing Nan
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Tourism Management, 2019, 71, pp 518-529