Finding the balance in ecotourism

AS the borders start to open and restrictions are lifted, South-East Asian countries are scrambling to attract high value tourists who are willing to stay for extended periods and spend more.

Malaysia, blessed with thousands of hectares of ancient rainforest, lakes and beaches, spectacular natural formations and unparalleled biodiversity, is uniquely poised to capitalise on one of the fastest growing tourism trends – ecotourism.

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Brian Martin

Brian Martin

Brian Martin is the managing editor of The Star.


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