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Title: SUSTAINABLE TOURISM


1
SUSTAINABLE TOURISM ROADMAPS TURNING GREEN
WORLD ECOTOURISM CONFERENCE 2010
CHIN LOI YOUNGUNDERSECRETARY POLICY AND
PLANNINGMINISTRY OF TOURISM
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MALAYSIA TOURISM PERFORMANCE
3
TOURIST ARRIVALS RECEIPTS 2000-2009
YEAR TOURIST ARRIVALS (MILLION) TOURIST RECEIPTS (RM BILLION)
2000 10.2 17.3
2001 12.8 24.2
2002 13.3 25.8
2003 10.6 21.3
2004 15.7 29.7
2005 16.4 31.9
2006 17.5 36.3
2007 20.9 46.1
2008 22.1 49.6
2009 23.6 53.4
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MALAYSIA TOURISM PERFORMANCE 2000-2009
2000 2001 2002 2003
2004 2005 2006
2007 2008 2009
53.4B
49.5B
46.0B
RECEIPTS (RM BILLION)
36.2B
31.9B
29.6B
25.7B
24.2B
21.2B
20.9M
17.5M
23.6M
22.05M
16.4M
17.3B
15.7M
13.3M
12.8M
10.6M
10.2M
FUEL PRICE INCREASE, ECONOMIC CRISIS
PANDEMIC H1N1, GLOBAL ECONOMIC CRISIS
TOURIST ARRIVALS (MILLION)
BALI BOMBING
9/11 BOMBING
SARS/IRAQ WAR
TSUNAMI
5
NATIONAL TOURISM POLICY
6
NATIONAL TOURISM POLICY SHIFTING PARADIGMS AND
STRATEGIC ADAPTATIONS
To turn the tourism industry into a major,
sustainable, viable and quality sector which
contributes to the socio-economic development of
the country
7
OBJECTIVE
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ECOTOURISM
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DEFINITION OF ECOTOURISM
10
ELEMENTS OF ECOTOURISM
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
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WHY ECOTOURISM
75 Malaysia Forested Land Area
60 Virgin Rainforest in Malaysia
Rich with natural and cultural wonders Rich with natural and cultural wonders
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SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT ECOTOURISM
13
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN ECOTOURISM
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NATIONAL ECOTOURISM PLAN
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NATIONAL TOURISM POLICY NATIONAL TOURISM PLAN
National Tourism Policy
National Ecotourism Plan
Sustainable development
Carrying capacity
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NATIONAL ECOTOURISM PLAN
  • Introduced in 1996
  • Aims to assist the Government (Federal State)
    in the development of Malaysias ecotourism
    potentials
  • Appropriate instrument within the overall
    sustainable development of Malaysia
  • Effective tool for conservation of the natural
    and cultural heritage of the country providing
    socio-economic benefits to local communities
  • 7 volumes and 25 Booklets (www.motour.gov.my)

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7 Volume/25 Guidelines
Executive Summary The National Ecotourism
Plan Ecotourism Potential Site
Listing Ecotourism Guidelines for
Malaysia Current Status of Ecotourism in
Malaysia Malaysias lace in the Region Annexes
7 Volumes Main Report
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7 Volume/25 Guidelines
  • To address specific activities and functions in
    all ecotourism areas, from the general to the
    specific
  • To guide management of sites in specific habitats
  • To form a basis for standards of best practice
  • To be a foundation for continual evaluation and
    improvement

25 Guidelines under National Ecotourism Plan
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Guidelines
  • Guidelines for Categorising Sites and Activities
  • Carrying and Limits of Acceptable Change
  • Guidelines according to Ecosystem
  • Guidelines according to Activity

25 Guidelines divided in 4 Categories
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AMONG TYPES OF ECOSYSTEM
Marine Parks and Islands
National Parks, Reserves and Other Forests
Mangroves Sites
Recreational Forest Reserves
Rivers, Waterfalls, Lakes Beach Sites
Limestone Hills and Cave Sites
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Guidelines
Guide 1 Guide for categorising sites Guide 2
Basic requirement for all ecotourism sites
studies of carrying capacity must be carried
out for every site day-to- day management
practices must be capable of modification so as
to limit changes to acceptable level Guides
3-10 These guides refer to particular
ecosystems. Typically only one set of these
guidelines will apply too a given ecotourism
area. Or a few guidelines in large areas where
several different ecosystems are represented.
Guides 11-25 These guidelines refer to
specific practices which may be carried in
every ecotourism area. They indicate planning
needs, management practices, administrative
structures, etc
22
GREEN TOURISM INITIATIVE
1. How to Categorize Sites and
Activities 2. Carrying Capacity and Limits of
Acceptable Change 3. Marine Parks and
Islands 4. National Parks and Reserves 5. Mangrove
s 6. Recreational Forests 7. Limestone Hills and
Caves 8. Rivers, Waterfalls and Lakes
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GREEN TOURISM INITIATIVE
9. Beaches 10. Mountains 11. Zoning, Site Plans
and Architecture 12. Use of Local
Accommodation 13. Accreditation 14. Interpretation
, Education and Guide Training 15. Codes of
Ethics 16. Visitor's Responsibilities
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GREEN TOURISM INITIATIVE
17. Health and Safety 18. Waste
Disposal 19. Local Community Participation 20. Eco
nomic Structuring 21. Assessing Tenders and
Bids 22. Marketing and Promotion 23. Conservation
Programmes 24. Monitoring Programmes 25. Minimisin
g Negative Impacts
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CURRENT GREEN TOURISM INITIATIVES PARKS
GARDENS IN MALAYSIA
Development and maintenance of Parks and Gardens
should include conservation and consideration of
green tourism and proper implementation of
natural landscape
MARDI Agrotech, Cameron Highlands, Pahang
Concrete and cement/ bricks development should be
minimize as possible. Greenery aspects must be
given due consideration in maintaining natural
landscape
Bukit Fraser, Pahang
26
1MALAYSIA CLEAN, 1MALAYSIA GREEN TOURISM
To encourage the spirit of cleanliness and love
towards the nature between the Malaysians
especially in tourism attraction areas.
OBJECTIVE OF CAMPAIGN
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1MALAYSIA CLEAN, 1MALAYSIA GREEN TOURISM
  • Roadshow with Aznil Haji Nawawi and Mr. Bin
    with Students Tourism Club (Kelab Pelancongan
    Pelajar)
  • Gotong-Royong Activities
  • Plant a Tree ? Homestay
  • Training-skills ? Enhancing skills -planting and
    landscape activities
  • Continouos Tourism Related Education compulsory
    to all tourist guides

Programmes
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IMPEDIMENTS
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IMPEDIMENTS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
  • Understanding ecosystem/biodiversity
  • Disposal of Solid/ Liquid Waste
  • Green initiatives Carbon Emission and Production
  • Human Resource
  • Natural Tourist Guides
  • Local Participations
  • Awareness among the locals/implementors
  • Importance of sustainable development
  • Preserving Environment

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CONCLUSION
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GREEN TOURISM SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
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