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In this study the research object of study for researchers. The local area management plans: 1. The plan of attraction. 1.1 Tourism policies Likor City. 1.2 Plan to use 1.3 The infrastructure for tourism infrastructure, including water supply, electricity, waste management and waste. Including water supply systems, waste management and waste 2. Marketing Strategy Public Relations. 3. Development of Products 3.1 Design 3.2 The interpretive plan. Methods used to conduct the research was to study the documents. Observations and the interview techniques used by the Snow Ball. The study revealed that the province has undertaken to build a new tourist source market Likor City. Managed floating Retro-Retro Market, Features planned include determining the capacity to accommodate tourists. The land use planning the other operations, including marketing and product development. Municipality has implemented a customized landscape of the city. Management includes the management of food and beverage. The healthcare market is the lack of local identity.
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