By: Albert Teo and Carol Patterson
Albert Teo recounts ten years of challenges and triumphs in building an ecolodge and then making it successful while adhering to ecotourism principles. Albert describes how the lodge was constructed, how it is operated, and why it continues to succeed when many ecotourism facilities struggle. It is also a story of Borneo's Kinabatangan River basin, an area of incredible diversity and of the 'Orang Sungai', people who have lived closely with this river for many hundreds of years.
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