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The ASEAN region forms one of the most important and fast-growing tourist destinations in the world. This is due partly to the cooperation of the five nations involved, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand. The majority of tourists keep to the big cities because the tourist...

Citation
International Tourism Quarterly, 1979, 2, pp 26-38
Abstract

The report focuses on trends and developments in the travel and tourism markets and industry of South East Asia. It provides information on a wide range of travel and tourism issues, analysing aspects including the importance of tourism in the region and the best methods of marketing travel and...

Publisher
Euromonitor Publications Ltd., London, UK
Citation
Travel and tourism in South East Asia., 1994, pp 279 pp.
Abstract

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...

Author(s)
Lew, A. A.
Citation
Current Issues in Tourism, 1999, 2, 4, pp 304-315
Abstract

Tourist risk is a barrier for tourism expansion. Southeast Asia destinations in Thailand, Malaysia, and Singapore are usually arranged into single package tours for mainland Chinese tourists. As such, exploring the tourists' risk factor weighting and comparing their perceived risk in these ...

Author(s)
Teng WeiFeng
Publisher
Routledge, Abingdon, UK
Citation
Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research, 2005, 10, 1, pp 97-115
Abstract

Background: More and more developing nations are promoting cross-border medical tourism as a way to enhance economic growth. Major destinations for medical tourism in South and Southeast Asia include India, Thailand, Malaysia and wealthy Singapore. Much has been written on the pros and cons of the...

Author(s)
Phua KaiLit
Publisher
Bentham Open, Bussum, Netherlands
Citation
The Open Public Health Journal, 2016, 9, pp 98-105