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Preface. The contributors. List of tables. List of figures. Introduction: Globalisation and interconnectedness in Southeast Asian tourism (P. Teo et al.). Regional Context. Tourism and political relationships in Southeast Asia (C.M. Hall). Towards a regional analysis of tourism in Southeast Asia (D.G. Pearce). Deterritorialisation and New Regionalisms. Singapore tourism: capital ambitions and regional connections (T.C. Chang, K. Raguraman). Tourism in an inter-state borderland: the case of Indonesian-Singapore cooperation (C. Grundy-Warr, M. Perry). Gateways, hubs and interconnections in Southeast Asia: implications for tourism development in the twenty-first century
(S. Page). Reinventing Tradition in an Interconnected World. Globalisation, tourism and culture in Southeast Asia (T.H.B. Sofield). Global-local interrelationships in UNESCO world heritage sites (H. Black, G. Wall). Negotiating global tourism: localism as difference in Southeast Asian theme parks
(P. Teo, B.S.A. Yeoh). Thailand in "Touristic Transition" (E. Cohen). Dialogic heritage: time, space and visions of the National Museum of Singapore (Can-Seng Ooi). Imaging Melaka's global heritage (C. Cartier). Acting as One in Ecotourism. Southeast Asian tourism: traditional and new perspectives on the natural environment (Wong Poh Poh). Sinews of interconnectivity: tourism and environment in the Greater Mekong subregion (M.J.G. Parnwell). "Borneo, nature's paradise": constructions and representations of nature within nature-based tourism (K. Markwell). Potentials and Problems. Danger-zone tourism: prospects and problems for tourism in tumultuous times (K.M. Adams).
Interconnections, planning and the local-global nexus: a case from Vietnam
(P. Burns). Bali and beyond: locational effects on the economic impact of tourism
(W. Nuryanti). Conclusion: Southeast Asian tourism interconnections - status, challenges and opportunities (G. Wall). Author index. Subject index.