Motorcycle Route Planning in Phuket Province for Tourist

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Pakdee Jaisue
Paitoon Siri-O-Ran

Abstract

Abstract—The tourism in Phuket province has organized routes toa variety of tourist attractions. The vehicles to be used depend on the tourist decision such as taxi car/van/bus service, private car, and motorcycle. Which, the tourist traveling by motorcycle is very popular. The variety of tourist attractions in Phuket province and the duration of tourists stay is limited. And, most tourists plan by a limit visiting tourist attractions. Therefore, the motorcycle route planning will help tourists to reach more tourist destinations by using VRP spreadsheet solver of Microsoft Excel workbook. An open-source unified platform for solving, representing, and visualizing the results of vehicle routing problems (VRPs). By the way, the results shown how many plans and how many places of tourist point to visit and under the condition of time, speed, and vehicle restrictions used as motorcycles.

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Jaisue, P., & Siri-O-Ran, P. (2020). Motorcycle Route Planning in Phuket Province for Tourist. INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY (ISJET), 4(1), 34-43. Retrieved from https://ph02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/isjet/article/view/235362
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Pakdee Jaisue, Panyapiwat institute of management

Pakdee Jaisue received in industrial engineering from Panyapiwat Institute of Management and currently studying a master's degree in Faculty of Engineering and Technology.

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