Tourism: Tanintharyi River Dawei Territory of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar

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Danupon Sangnak
Aunchistha Poo-udom
et al.

Abstract

The study on Tanintharyi River, Dawei, Tanintharyi District, Republic of the Union of Myanmar aims to explore new cross-border tourism. This research is a survey research which focused on collected data that actual happening and consequences. By the interviews focused on the questions and answers based on research objectives only in order to key informants could comment on views and attitudes on question was liberated. To ensure that quality and accuracy of the information received by Tri-angular check from different sources. The derived process of data focused on field survey to collect information and interview the spatial informants by using Snowball sampling techniques in the searching for the information from Key informant providing relevant tourist information. The results showed that Tanintharyi River is a potential river and abundant natural resources, livelihoods of Burmese and Karen on two sides of the river that rare to see in Thailand. As well as to be new knowledge of cross-border tourism.

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