Buddhist Tourism Management for Sustainable Community Development

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Phra Rachane Visarado


The tourism management for sustainable community development is the tourism management by confer people in community come to know and participating in requirement, initiating, comment, meeting join to provide information, to analyze and to make decisions by people in the community as the center, to truly benefit of people in local and to promote the community economy  as a whole and to local resource management also by creating a first knowledge base and understanding in the various aspects for people in the temples and the community such as the characteristics and behaviors of the market as a tourists in order to respond of community requirement including to preserve traditional culture, environment and natural resources that are the necessary factors to be the successfulness of truly tourism development sustainable.

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Visarado, P. R. . (2021). Buddhist Tourism Management for Sustainable Community Development. International Journal of Multidisciplinary in Cultures & Religions Studies, 2(2), 79–88. Retrieved from https://so04.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/ijmcr/article/view/255558


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