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This research aims to study the potential Building Tourist Destination in Suanphueng Ratchaburi. It’s a mixed method research include area frame survey and survey data from 400 tourists by using the opinion questionnaire as a research tool. The research results were found that The development approach should start from 3 things that must go together: economic aspects. Tourists were concerned with community participation and community support at the highest level. For the decision to travel in the Suan Phueng district Tourists decide to travel in Suan Phueng District because it will get fresh air. And there are activities, events such as cycling events, running events and concerts, etc. The results of the study showed that the capacity building and development of tourism areas to be a livable city. To the city to visit There should be a guideline for operations in 4 parts: management of tourist attractions. Management of hotels and accommodation Community participation and community support and events in the Suan Phueng tourism area.
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