A proposal For a Study on the Thai Traditional Food Market in Chinese
Keywords:Proposal, Thai Tourism, Traditional Food, Marketing
Thailand is a famous tourist country, where the local cuisine is very characteristic of Southeast Asia, and some of the traditional foods made from local ingredients are low in oil and salt, which are healthy foods with outstanding nutritional value. In today's society, Thailand's healthy traditional food has received a lot of attention and many tourists say that it has left a deep impression on them and that Thai traditional food will be one of the important factors for them to return to Thailand again. Therefore, this study aims to discuss the theoretical basis related to Thailand's healthy food tourism market, and to provide some reference suggestions for the future research direction of Thailand's traditional food tourism market. Provide some reference suggestions.
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