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eco-tourism is better than sport-tourism?

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nasyrah
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  #1 Old 20-04-2007 Default eco-tourism is better than sport-tourism?

in malaysia only guys..both r good but which is better n y?
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  #2 Old 20-04-2007 Default

For Malaysia, I'd say eco-tourism with some sports meshed in. This country has lots of exotic flora and fauna and unpolluted jungles in certain places. And of course, if you're going to be hiking through mountains and jungles, why not throw in some sport-like activities as well?
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  #3 Old 20-04-2007 Default

Malaysia has wonderful natural heritage, the best place for eco-tourism. Though they can develop both but sometimes it doesn't worth to spend million ringgits to organise an unrecognised tournament.....

P/S: I guess you post the thread on wrong forum because this is not related to education.....
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  #4 Old 20-04-2007 Default Re: eco-tourism is better than sport-tourism?

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in malaysia only guys..both r good but which is better n y?
IMO - eco one is better.. bcos eco one u use money to gain money, for example, farming. So in this case we dun need to spend much for eco tourismm.. even when tourism-rate no good.. we still can keep on on our original activities..

but for sport tourism.. we hv to spend a lot to held a event...
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  #5 Old 20-04-2007 Default

even if eco-tourism is less using money but sport tourism is confirmed on one specific time, hence it ensures tht we get the profit ryte..as for eco, we dont know...
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  #6 Old 20-04-2007 Default

well basicali....
i guess sports tourism would be better as ifits sports tourism, ppl tend to come to our country n in da same time... it can ensure that these ppl do enjoy our eco tourism as well... so basicali, it's a 2in 1 tourism...
besides that, if its sport tourism... the ppl visiting to our country can be guaranteed... as for an example... malaysia will be hosting a manchester united premier cup....
so, you saw that??? huhuhuhu...!!!
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  #7 Old 20-04-2007 Default

combining them both is a nice option...

mountain climbing in the jungles for example...
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