I need a writing project analyzing the country of Malaysia. I have attached all the possible instructions of the paper requirements. Follow the sample if possible and watch the attachments carefully, make sure that the sources can be trusted and visible to access too.

– The paper has to be in an Academic style following the APA format in its 6th edition.

– 6 pages minimum,1 Inch normal margins and double spaced.

– 5 minimum sources needed.

Tourism of a country paper
Project overview: You will select a country from a list of options, NOT INCLUDING one that you were 1) born in 2) have lived in or 3) currently reside in.  This is to ensure that that 1) no student researches the same country and 2) that we have coverage of all of the various ‘zones’ of tourism around the world. You are to use the template provided in Blackboard. Use the resources provided for how to create a formal academic research paper and avoid the common mistakes (lack of proper format, lack of in-text citations, plagiarism, using opinion/advice in the “I” “Me” “We” or “You” tenses, typos/grammar issues, lack of depth, too few or low quality sources not in alpha order in works cited section). The research paper will include: Section 1: Country Overview Geographic Description, Government/Industry/Commerce, Demographics, Social Issues Section 2: Overview of Tourism Visitors/Inbound Tourism Stats, Domestic vs. Inbound Tourism, Entry/Exit Costs, Safety of Travel, Tourism Infrastructure, Types of Tourism (from our lesson), Specific Major Attractions Section 3: Tourism Opportunities & Barriers Opportunities/Resources and Barriers/Threats to Tourism Including Economic, Cultural & Social, and Environmental Impacts Section 4: Tourism Personal Perspectives on NameofCountry’s Tourism Using “I” tense (the only section of this paper where this is permitted), discuss whether you are more or less interested in traveling to this country as a tourist. Why or why not? What did you learn that impressed or concerned you? Provide a ‘clever’ and thought provoking final thought about this country’s tourism. Citations Use APA format to properly cite all online, print, and graphics resources, which should be from a minimum of 5 reputable sources (i.e. not Wikipedia…use it as a starting point and go search the citations at the bottom). This includes IN-TEXT CITATIONS, and at the end, an APA WORKS CITED in alphabetical order.  Use these guides: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/ and http://www.citationmachine.net/apa/cite-a-website.
Tourism of a country paper
Tourism Analysis of NameOfCountry Name Date Section 1: NameOfCountry Overview Geography/Location of NameOfCountry Highlight this and replace it with a picture of your choosing. Then, provide a citation in the caption text box below. You can drag this wherever you want in the document, just be sure the caption is below it. You need to format it to ‘wrap text tight’ so that it tucks neatly into your writing. COOL PICTURE 1 GOES HERE! In this section, provide a general overview the country. This includes: Write 1-2 sentences about where the country is located on Earth (hemisphere, continent, water bodies, terrain (citation). Write 1-2 sentences about climate (citation). Write 1-2 sentences about the human-made geographical breakdown of the country as applicable, including provinces, territories, or states (citation). DELETE ALL THIS…EXCEPT FOR SECTION SUB-HEADINGS, OF COURSE! Fig 1: Use the generator link here to create an APA citation for the picture you choose. http://www.citationmachine.net/apa/cite-a-website Government/Economy/Population Write 1-2 sentences about the government format of this country (citation). Write 1-2 sentences about the major industries and state of economic development in the country (whether it is considered developed or developing—do not use ‘3rd World’) (citation). Write 1 sentence including the population of the country (citation). DELETE THIS. Social Issues Write 2-3 sentences on the most pressing social issues facing the people of this country. This could include mortality, disease, political unrest, violence/fighting, and social injustices (poverty, starvation, gender inequality, vulnerable populations [elderly, sick, orphans], racism, classism, abuse [verbal, physical], sex trafficking) (citation). THIS SECTION SHOULD BE A MINIMUM OF ONE PAGE. DELETE THIS. Tips for Success in Sections 1-2: [] Follow this template and minimum lengths carefully, ensuring APA double-spaced and 1-inch margins, Times New Roman 12 point font. [] Do not use “I”, “Me” or “We” tenses in Sections 1-3. This is a research paper, so let the data do the talking (no opinions or advice until Section 4). [] Avoid contractions (don’t, can’t) because they are informal. [] Check to make sure you referred to a country as an ‘it’ not a ‘they.’ The citizens of the country is a ‘they’, the government of a country is an ‘it.’ [] Use proper in-text APA in-text citations (see https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/ for tips). In-text citations come at the end of the sentence before the period. This includes a citation for each piece of data. When the source changes, a new source is cited. Make sure there are NO paragraphs without citations throughout. Look at this example. It has a citation for each time the source changed, and the paragraph ends with a citation. That’s what yours should look like. The official name of Dinglehopper Land is actually the Dinglehopper Republic, and it is run by a aquatic republic which is defined as “a type of government in which the real executive powers are in the hands of underwater cabinet members and legislative powers with individuals who are responsible for legislature” (Underwater Parliamentary Republic Definition 172). Under this aquatic republic, Dinglehopper Land is ruled by the Prime Minister Eric Prince (Ursula Sebastian). [] Use high quality sources (NOT Wikipedia or blogs)… [] Create a works cited at the end in alphabetical order in APA format. [] Do not plagiarize! Use your own wording. Find data but TRANSLATE/SYNTHESIZE it into your own thoughts and words and cite carefully. You will upload into anti-plagiarism software. [] Ensure each paragraph has at least 2 sentences. [] Only use quotes for something that is so original or rich you could not say it better yourself. DELETE THIS! Section 2: Overview of Tourism in NameOfCountry Visitors/Inbound Tourism Statistics, Entry/Exit, & Safety Write 1-3 sentences domestic and international tourism, leaning heavily on statistics and focusing on percentages of growth…be sure to check UNWTO tourism data, if it exists for this country, and cite it here (citation). Without using the I/We/Me/You Tenses, write 1-2 sentences discuss what is required for a tourist to enter this country, and associated fees forms/visas and how easy or difficult it is to enter/exit (citation). In 1-2 sentences, visit http://travel.state.gov/content/passports/en/alertswarnings.html and other sites to determine what travel advisories have been issued for the country (U.S. Passports & International Travel, othercitations). DELETE THIS. Types of Tourism & Major Attractions of NameOfCountry Highlight this and replace it with a picture of your choosing. Then, provide a citation in the caption text box below. You can drag this wherever you want in the document, just be sure the caption is below it. You need to format it to ‘wrap text tight’ so that it tucks neatly into your writing. You can copy and paste to make more of these! COOL PICTURE 2 GOES HERE! In 2-3 sentences and without using the I/me/you/we tense, discuss the research you found about the types of tourism that are offered (good or bad!) in this country (3S, Sex, Nature, Adventure, Educational, Experiential, Sport, Rural/Agricultural, Urban, Cultural, Heritage, Event, Service/Voluntourism, Civic, Eco, Incentive, Sustainable, Weird (Disaster, Dark, Scare, Medical, War, Ghetto, Film Location Tourism, etc.) and examples of each from sources of data, not your opinion (citation). DELETE THIS. Fig 2: Use the generator link here to create an APA citation for the picture you choose. http://www.citationmachine.net/apa/cite-a-website Choose the top two most popular attractions in the country and write 1-2 sentences about them (citation). Include one picture, citing it in the caption (citation). DELETE THIS Section 3: Tourism Opportunities and Barriers in NameOfCountry This section should be a single paragraph containing 4-6 sentences with citations throughout it (citation). In this section, analyze the opportunities and resources this country has available and the barriers/threats that are or could potentially keep this country from maximizing tourism opportunities. You can choose to address physical, cultural, political, or environmental barriers and opportunities. Physical components (both positives and negatives) could include climate/seasonality, landscape, potential for natural disaster, and infrastructure limitations/depletion/scarcity of resources. Cultural components (positive and negatives) might language, religion, residents’ sentiment towards tourists/tourism (xenophobia), and impact of tourism on local residents (cost of living, workers, improvements from tax revenue) and changes to local culture/ways of life. Political components (positive and negatives) would include such as current political climate, relations with other countries, leakage of tourism profits, threats such as a terrorism or safety of travelers, and visa issues. Environmental components (positive and negatives) might include tourism’s impact on the health of the wildlife, air, land/habitats, and bodies of water in the country. DELETE THIS. Section 4: Personal Perspectives on NameofCountry’s Tourism This is the one opportunity in this document to speak in the ‘I/Me’ and ‘You’ tense. As a result of your research, are you more or less interested in traveling to this country as a tourist? Why or why not? What did you learn that impressed or concerned you? End this paper with a ‘clever’ or thought-provoking final thought about the country’s tourism. This sections should be 3-4 sentences MINIMUM. Works Cited Include all sources used in the paper (a minimum of 5). Make sure sources are legitimate and high quality—No Wikipedia. Use Wikipedia as a place to start for your own familiarization, then go to the source documents at the bottom if you want to hunt for data from original sources. These should be in alphabetical order. Use APA format as these samples demonstrate, and/or use ASU’s preferred citation generator! http://www.citationmachine.net/resources. SAMPLE: Cain, K. (2012, June 29). The Negative Effects of Social Media on Communication. Social Media Today RSS. Retrieved from http://socialmediatoday.com. Castillo, R. N. (2015). Tourism and Culture. CA: Brooks/Cole, Inc. Satar, B. (2015, July 15). The Impact of Tourist-Related Litter. Retrieved from http://www.biggarbage.com. DELETE THIS!