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Title: Sustainable urban resort development : the case of Sentosa
Authors: Chua, Siew Beng
Yap, Clementine Yaw Fung
Keywords: DRNTU::Business
Issue Date: 1997
Abstract: This study focuses on the study of Sentosa, the resort island of Singapore, in two aspects - phases in the development of an urban resort, and factors which impact on the sustainability of an urban resort. Through the study, we are able to fit the development of Sentosa into four stages from which we have generalised and adopted as the framework for the development cycle of a sustainable urban resort. In addition, we have identified six criteria in addition to four adopted from the World Wildlife Fund's principles of sustainable tourism, as criteria for determining the sustainability of an urban resort
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