How will agrotourism and ecotourism flourish in Malaysia?


By LEESAN

In summer, Hokkaido has more than 100 species of flowers blooming over its hills and plains. — LEESAN

IN the past two years, I have been taking my travel buddies to tourist attractions across the country. In doing so, I have discovered that many young Malaysians have returned to their hometowns to start their own agrotourism and ecotourism businesses.

The thing is, though, most of them do not have much industrial experience to sustain the businesses. I believe agrotourism operators in the country are in need of a strategic integration of resources.

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