Volume 21 No 2 (2023)
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Development of Laws Relating To Homestay Business
Dr. PornpenTraiphong , Assoc. Prof. Dr.YutthapongLeelakitpaisarn , Asst. Prof. Dr.JiratChuanchom, Asst. Prof. Dr.SaridSriyothin , Asst. Prof. TananyaphatSrinathiyawasin
This research paper aims to analyze the laws relating to homestay business in order to promote the homestay standard for villagers to be in line with the ASEAN Homestay Standard Criteria. This research is a mixed-method research which includes both quantitative and qualitative research methods. As for the qualitative research method were used by document research, interview and focus group. The research results are as follows. The number of rooms and people who make up a Thai homestay are included in the definition provided by the Thai homestay standard. However, the ASEAN Homestay Standard does not specify room and occupancy criteria in the accommodation definitions and benchmarks. Definitions stated in the ASEAN Homestay Standards in order to bring the number of rooms and occupancy criteria to be specified in another standard. The Thai homestay standard mandates that Thai homestays have a maximum of 4 rooms for temporary housing, either in the same building or a combination of structures and according to the Ministerial Regulation Prescribing Types and Criteria for Hotel Business B.E. 2551, the total number of tenants cannot exceed 20. As a result, the number of digits in the room count should be raised.
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