International Journal of Advanced Research and Development

International Journal of Advanced Research and Development


International Journal of Advanced Research and Development
International Journal of Advanced Research and Development
Vol. 2, Issue 5 (2017)

Impact of tourism development and satisfaction of tourist in Bangkok metropolis


Dr. Vilas Khandare, Narong Phophueksanand

Thailand is famous for its impressive historical sites, its rich and vibrant cultures, it’s beautiful beaches, its scenic countryside, and its gentle, polite and genuinely friendly people. Tourism in Thailand has often been criticized for aiming at expanding in quantity rather than quality. Bangkok is the capital city of Thailand and was established in 1782, the year King Rama I ascended the throne. The purpose of this study was to examine the impact of tourism development on Bangkok metropolitans. The result of the study shows that the tourism development in an environmental impact of 45.9 percent followed by 31.1 percent economy and 23.0 percent impacts that affect lifestyle change in Bangkok. The 40.6 percent respondents said that the problems and obstacles in the development of tourism are high population followed by 34.8 percent think the cooperation of the people and 24.6 percent think there is a problem of the budget. The results regarding tourist satisfaction showed that the overall satisfaction score was 4.066, rated at a high level. When considering each item, the average satisfaction was highest 4.335 in case of cultural activities (religions / ritual activities), followed by an average of 4.290 on in terms of a variety of goods and an average of 4.225 on concerning overall scenery. The rating of the overall picture was high in Bangkok Metropolitans of Thailand.
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Dr. Vilas Khandare, Narong Phophueksanand. Impact of tourism development and satisfaction of tourist in Bangkok metropolis. International Journal of Advanced Research and Development, Volume 2, Issue 5, 2017, Pages 55-59
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