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Invited Opinion Article Open Access
Tourism has multiple purposes in accordance with the perspectives and insights of parties involved tourists themselves, accommodation and transportation organizations, educational organization, government and so on. The tourism word comes from the Latin and Greek works, namely tornare and tornos which means movement in a circle. Historically, Malaysia is a unique country because despite the diversity of ethnicity and religion, all people can live in harmony and Malaysia also develops swiftly from sourced commodities, especially rubber and tin in 1957 to economic diversification backed by heavy industries at the time now. Each of the 13 states and 3 Federal Territories in Malaysia has its own special attraction in generating revenue from the tourism sector to the national economy. The author chose to focus his experiences traveling in Sabah or dubbed the Land below the Wind. It is located on the island of Borneo with Sarawak, which is part of East Malaysia.
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