Multiculturalism in Phuket

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Jarunee Khongkun


The article of multicuturalism in Phuket was the studying about multicutural adaptation and existence in Phuket province. Because there were integration of local chineses, indians and westerners. They came to Phuket for trading, being labor and missionary so that they caused muticuturalism in language, building habitations, dressing, eating, education and occupation. It also found that there were rapidly growth torism arise from both incoming of foreigners and using the National Economic and Social Development Plan by Thai government.

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Khongkun, J. (2020). Multiculturalism in Phuket. Journal of Cultural Approach, 21(39), 110–121. Retrieved from
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