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Asia expects dramatic rise in 'regenerative' tourism

Experts say travel will become greener and more tailored

A visitor at the Cardamom Tented Camp, an ecotourism-focused resort in Cambodia, explores nearby waters by kayak. (Courtesy of Yaana Ventures)

BANGKOK -- In a model demonstration of tourism's potential to balance nature and humans, part of the cost of staying at the Six Senses Ninh Van Bay hotel in Vietnam is earmarked to support a nearby community of endangered black-shanked douc langur monkeys. Catching a glimpse of them on a hike has become part of the thrill at the resort. The irony now, amid COVID-19 travel restrictions, is that tourists have become the endangered species.

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