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This paper proposes to study the possibilities and/or strategy to effectively develop tourism in the field of art and culture in the community of Baan Huay Hin Dam, Amphoe Danchang in Suphanburi Province, and to advertise in accordance with the way of life thereof, by which the research was conducted in a quality way. The community's potential in tourism development and proper advertisements, by the tactics of managements of tourism in the field of art and culture, runs as follows:
1. Natural resources: the community has its own outstanding natural resources, as the areas remain intact and abound with coverage of thick jungles, along with the Karen tribes name Po, which is supposed to be so far conserved. 2. Community participation: the community has its own outstanding natural resources, as the areas community coordination and participation correspond to each other through local tourism and income thereof, which maintain the old way of life, or to pave way of making through other options. 3. Management: regarding the persistence of the surroundings, social affairs, and culture of the community, their role as a host may provide co-learning among locals and visitors. 4. Learning activities: activities should be designed in accordance with the management of natural resources, surroundings, and culture, and conserve the characteristics of the community. The tourism in the community may create awareness and knowledge into conserving natural resources and culture for both locals and visitors.
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