Guidelines for Buddhist Tourism Promotion: a Case Study of 9 Temples in Nanoi District, Nan Province

Phra Veerawat Veerawattano Thongsibsee

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Abstract            The purposes of this research are 1. To offer operations. 2. To indicate barriers 3. To give guidelines for the Buddhist tourism. The results are summarized that, 1) There is an abbot who have authorities to rule the temple, and also have the staff of local administration and culture in the Nanoi district including public relations and a coordinator about the all of people to Dhamma. There are the staffs selected from all of monks and outsiders. 2) The temple is lack of activities to attract tourists on important Buddhist days, lack of public participation of the NGOs (non-governmental organization) community and other government agencies to plan and make decision, lack of the development of Buddhist tourism is an intention and needs continuous involvement. 3) The guidelines in this is create a Buddhist tourism network, between department, villages, Temples, and school. To promote activities on every important day in Buddhism, mobilize resources all of this. The participate in promoting tourism activities in line with the Tourism Strategy of Nanoi District, Nan Province.
Keywords: Participation , Promotion of Tourism, Buddhist Tourism

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