Guidelines of Tourism Safety Management of Hua-Hin, Prachuap Khiri Khan as Tourist Destination for Foreign Tourists

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Pinruthai Khongthong
Weeraya Meesawatdikul


This study aims to present the guidelines of tourism safety management of Hua-Hin, Prachuap Khiri Khan as tourist destination for foreign tourists. The results found that the strength cooperation from all stakeholders, including government sector, private sector, local community and tourists are needed. The government sector is responsible for; 1) Imposing penalties and  enforcing the law to serious offenders; 2) Developing safety and sanitation systems in tourist attractions; 3) Coordinating and cooperating between agencies; 4) Developing of people. 5) Producing a guidebooks for tourists; 6) Developing transportation system quality; 7) Developing mechanisms and channels for notification; 8) Developing government working system; and 9) Solving deception and taking advantage of tourists. The private sector is responsible for; 1) Strictly obeying the law; 2) Coordinating with government sector; 3) Improving quality standards of tourist attractions and entrepreneur sites; 4) Developing the quality of personnel; 5) Security surveillance; and 6)  Having a conscious mind of tourism. The community is responsible for; 1) Risks surveillance; 2) Report the relevant risks to the government; and 3) Assisting tourists when they are encounter danger. Tourists are responsible; 1) Being aware of potential dangers; and 2) Learning information about tourist destinations visited.

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Khongthong, P. . ., & Meesawatdikul, W. . . (2020). Guidelines of Tourism Safety Management of Hua-Hin, Prachuap Khiri Khan as Tourist Destination for Foreign Tourists. Dusit Thani College Journal, 13(1), 403–414. Retrieved from
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