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Paraboea (including Trisepalum) is represented by 36 species in Malaysia and displays a high level of endemism (80%) and 31 of its species are restricted to limestone habitats. Two species are endemic in Sabah, of the 11 species in Sarawak 10 are endemic, and in Peninsular Malaysia 16 of the 24...

Author(s)
Kiew, R.; Ummul-Nazrah, A. R.; Chua, L. S. L.
Publisher
Singapore Botanic Gardens, Singapore, Singapore
Citation
Gardens' Bulletin (Singapore), 2011, 63, 1/2, pp 433-450
Abstract

Nature-based tourism can generate important revenue to support conservation of biodiversity. However, constant exposure to tourists and subsequent chronic activation of stress responses can produce pathological effects, including impaired cognition, growth, reproduction, and immunity in the same...

Author(s)
Muehlenbein, M. P.; Ancrenaz, M.; Sakong, R.; Ambu, L.; Prall, S.; Fuller, G.; Raghanti, M. A.
Publisher
Public Library of Sciences (PLoS), San Francisco, USA
Citation
PLoS ONE, 2012, 7, 3, pp e33357
Abstract

This paper will highlights issues and challenges the involvement of local indigenous peoples in conservation and sustainable tourism at Lower Kinabatangan Sabah (LKS), Malaysia. As tourism in rural areas are interrelated with indigenous peoples, it is crucial to ensure that these people are not...

Author(s)
Normah Abdul Latip; Marzuki, A.; Pimid, M.; Mohd Umzarulazijo Umar
Publisher
American-Eurasian Network for Scientific Information, Ma'an, Jordan
Citation
Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, 2015, 9, 7, pp 323-325
Abstract

This paper will focus on SWOT analysis approach to observe the participation of indigenous people on conservation and tourism. As studies on indigenous peoples, its interrelation with tourism and conservation in Lower Kinabatangan Sabah (LKS) were limited, this study utilized the beginning of...

Author(s)
Normah Abdul Latip; Marzuki, A.; Pimid, M.; Mohd Umzarulazijo Umar
Publisher
American-Eurasian Network for Scientific Information, Ma'an, Jordan
Citation
Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, 2015, 9, 7, pp 331-334
AbstractFull Text

Lower Kinabatangan Segama Wetland (LKSW) consists of three Permanent Forest Reserves covering an area approximately 78,803 ha. Situated in the eastern coast of Sabah and managed by Sabah Forestry Department, LKSW has been designated as a Ramsar Site in 2008. The natural ecosystem in LKSW comprises...

Author(s)
Abdul Hamid, M. A.; Syamsul Herman, M. A.; Zaiton Samdin
Publisher
Taylor's University, Selangor, Malaysia
Citation
Asia-Pacific Journal of Innovation in Hospitality and Tourism, 2016, 5, 3, pp 203-209
Abstract

This study investigates the participation of indigenous communities in conservation and tourism development projects, specifically focusing on the native people of Sabah, Malaysia. Using the motivation, opportunity, and ability model, we conceptualize a framework for understanding the factors that...

Author(s)
Normah Abdul Latip; Rasoolimanesh, S. M.; Mastura Jaafar; Azizan Marzuki; Mohd Umzarulazijo Umar
Publisher
Wiley, Chichester, UK
Citation
International Journal of Tourism Research, 2018, 20, 3, pp 400-409

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