DOI:​10.1016/S0261-5177(02)00106-1
Corpus ID: 16269155
Managing Tourism and Islam in Peninsular Malaysia
J. Henderson
Published 2003
Sociology

Tourism Management
Abstract This paper is concerned with international tourism and the Islamic religion, using the example of Malaysia as a case study to illustrate the problems and opportunities which arise when the… Expand
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