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Abstract

The survey set out to determine occupancy rates of hotels in the main towns of Malaysia; the number and composition of hotel guests; the number of guest-nights spent at hotels; and the average length of stay of different categories of hotel guests. Questionnaire responses were obtained from 535...

Publisher
Research and Training Division, Tourist Development Corporation., Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Citation
Hotel occupancy survey, 1977., 1978, pp 64pp.
Abstract

This survey of departing visitors set out to study characteristics, travelling and holiday habits of visitors to Peninsular Malaysia in 1977, and visitor dispersals, expenditure patterns and reactions to facilities and amenities. Interviews were conducted at Kuala Lumpur and Penang airports,...

Publisher
Kuala Lumpur, Malatsia.,
Citation
Visitor survey - 1977., 1978, pp 43pp.
Abstract

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 object of the seminar organized by WTO/ESCAP was to provide for the exchange of experiences and knowledge of tourism investment and financing, and to jointly study the most effective approaches for creating a favourable investment climate. Five papers were presented by M. Guen, G.E. Lipp, S.N....

Publisher
Bangkok, Thailand
Citation
Proceedings of the ESCAP/WTO seminar-cum-workshop on investment and financing of tourism development projects and related infrastructures, Phuket, Thailand, 19-25 February 1980., 1980, pp 112pp.
Abstract

Increasingly sophisticated economic studies of tourism have been undertaken in developed countries, (DCs), and in presently developing countries, (PDCs), however, the paucity of reliable data often precludes such studies. However, in some PDCs there is already a relatively strong economic and...

Author(s)
Wells, R. J. G.
Citation
International Journal of Tourism Management, 1982, 3, 2, pp 98-107
Abstract

Tourism development in Malaysia is constrained by certain socioeconomic and political factors which require planning considerations beyond the traditional concerns for growth and promotion. Apart from the New Economc Policy which calls for racial-spatial economic restructuring and indigenization of ...

Author(s)
Din, K. H.
Citation
Annals of Tourism Research, 1982, 9, 3, pp 453-480
Abstract

The first paper by M.J. Tom and R.I. Bush (pp.256-260) describes the planning of a new Malaysian resort complex. The opportunities and problems which arose in connection with attempts to plan it for maximum financial yield and also to support the host country's national policies on tourism are set...

Author(s)
Tom, M. J.; Bush, R. I.; Bessert, V. K.
Publisher
Institute of Certified Travel Agents, Wellesley, Massachusetts, USA
Citation
Tourism for the travel agent., 1983, pp 256-260; 267-271
Abstract

In contrast to Australia, most South East Asian countries have a rich cultural and visible historical heritage in addition to their natural resources, though the tourism infrastructure is less developed. To complement such "goods" there are also "public loads" such as disease and law and order...

Author(s)
Tisdell, C.
Citation
ASEAN-Australia Economic Papers, Association of Southeast Asian Nations and Australia, 1984, No. 6, pp 46pp.
Abstract

Malaysia is one of the world's most beautiful tropical tourist destinations, with developed inland and beach resorts. Each half of the country, Peninsular Malaysia and Borneo Malaysia, offers the visitor completely different experiences, and dual destination packages are becoming increasingly...

Citation
International Tourism Quarterly, 1985, No. 2, pp 16-30
Abstract

The socioeconomic impact of implementing (1987-95) a major international tourist resort at Pulau Langkawi (a series of 99 small islands) in Kedah State, Malaysia is assessed. The area is characterized as one suffering from typical problems of underdevelopment. The proposed development is viewed as ...

Author(s)
Hart, F.
Publisher
UNDP, New York, NY, USA
Citation
[Langkawi, (Malaysia) development - tourism related projects. Development project: MAL-81-012, Assistance to the Kedah Regional Development Authority]., 1985, pp 177pp.

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