Project Title : Travelling to Save The Seas of Activities Project to Promote Ecotourism
By : Sirinya Kertrasri, Piboonthep Rittiplaeng, Mr.Chanchai Prakinkij
Advisor : Mr.Chanchai Prakinkij
Degree : Bachelor of Arts in Tourism Studies
Major : Tourism Studies
Faculty : Liberal Arts
Semester / Academic year : 2 /2016
Presentation of this project. Presented to Tourism Authority of Thailand. Its purpose is to promote eco-tourism, which means responsible tourism in endemic and ecologically-endangered natural resources. There will be a shared learning process of those involved. Under local environmental and tourism management, the focus is on a conscious effort to sustain a sustainable ecosystem. It also invites Thai and foreign tourists to take part in the conservation of the environment and marine resources at Koh Mun nai Island, Rayong.
Koh Mun nai Island in Rayong is home to the East Coast and Coastal Resources Research Center. By the Department of Marine and Coastal Resources. It has an area of about 131 acres, which is in it. As a vestibule Of Queen Sirikit Queen’s He was given the space to set up a marine turtle conservation project. Therefore, the team has proposed the establishment of the “Travelling To Save The Seas” project to promote eco-tourism on 7 April 2018 at Koh Mun nai Island, Rayong. Will be both Thai tourists and foreigners who are interested in the subject of ecotourism. And have a passion for marine attractions. The attendance is. There will be 150 tickets for sale to those who are interested in participating in the activities. ” Travelling To Save The Seas ” is a variety of activities for tourists to do the same as planting coral. And release turtles. Both of these activities. Tourists will be part of the restoration and conservation of marine resources to be more abundant. It also promotes eco-tourism for efficient and sustainable tourism in the future.
Keywords: Tourism, Travelling to save the seas, Ecotourism, Koh Mun Nai Island, Rayong.
Travelling to Save The Seas of Activities Project to Promote Ecotourism
Faculty of Liberal Arts, Siam University, Thailand