Community-Based Transboundary Ecotourism in the Heart of Borneo: A Case Study of the Kelabit Highlands of Malaysia and the Kerayan Highlands of Indonesia

Results from study of the current state of ecotourism can be used in the development of an ecotourism management plan for local communities on both sides of the border.
Sarah L. Hitchner
Florence Lapu Apu
Lian Rarawe
Supang Galih@Sinah Nabun Aran
Ellyas Yesaya
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Journal of Ecotourism, vol. 8, no. 2, Aboriginal Ecotourism, June 2009, pp. 193-213
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