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This research is a study that aims to present Local Food Culture for Local Culinary Tourism in Chiang Mai based on an idea of Creative Tourism. This study is a qualitative research study using Focus Group Discussion (or FGD), and Content Analysis Methods. The sample groups focused on a group of 10 people from Local Culinary restaurant operators representative, Thai cooking schools, academicians, and specialists from the food and tourism industries in Chiang Mai.
The important topics focused on tourist’s behavior toward Local Culinary Tourism Activity in Chiang Mai, and also focused on Activity pattern of Local Culinary Tourism in Chiang Mai. Another topic was consumption’ s behavior of foreign tourists who have tried tasting the Local Culinary in Chiang Mai. The results of the Model Development of Creative Local Culinary should be 1) the preservation and promotion of the Local Culinary identity to the international community, 2) strengthening the sustainability of the Local Food Culture, and 3) creating suitable models and activities for a Model of Creative Local Culinary Tourism in Chiang Mai Province that is leading to the principle that suits the Model of Local Culinary Tourism in Chiang Mai
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