The manuscript should be prepared using Microsoft Word software for Windows with the length of 12 - 25 standard A-4 size single-spaced pages. Leave 25 mm. for top and bottom margins, 35 mm. for left margin, and 17 mm. for right margin. Browallia New font type (14 pt.) is required throughout the text. Use numbering system in headings and subheadings. All the headings should be flushed left and typed in upper case and lower case letters. The use of language should be concise and consistent. English spelling should refer to Webster Dictionary. Thai spelling should refer to The Royal Institute, Thailand.


  1. Abstract and Keywords

       Provide a one-paragraph abstract of 300-500 words. Authors should also include up to six keywords from the article. For Thai authors, both Thai and English version of abstract and keywords are required.

  1. Article’s Sections

       Each article should be divided into three sections: introductory section, body section, and references section. The introductory section includes article’s title, author’s name(s), full address of the author’s institution or affiliation, abstract, and keywords. The body section includes introduction, main text, result, discussion, conclusion, and acknowledgements (if any). The references section includes references, bibliography (if any), and appendix (if any).

  1. Figures and Tables

Figures and tables should be numbered in sequence, and each of which should be referred to in the text. All figures and tables should have captions. Figure captions should be centered beneath the picture. In Thai article, please provide English caption in bracket as an addition to Thai caption. Table captions should be flushed left above the table. Accurate references to figures and tables are also required, and must not violate any copyrights. Please provide figures with high quality, TIFF file format at least 300 dpi resolution should accompany the paper.

  1. Required Disclosure Statements
    • Author Contributions

Example:  Conceptualization, F.L., A.S., A. Suwanarit, K.N.I., T.L.; methodology, F.L., A.S., A. Suwanarit, K.N.I., T.L., D.C.; software, K.N.I., D.C.; T.L.; formal analysis, F.L., A.S., A. Suwanarit, K.N.I., T.L., D.C.; writing-original draft preparation, K.N.I.; writing-review and editing, F.L., A.S., A. Suwanarit, K.N.I., T.L., D.C.; visualizaition, F.L., A.S., K.N.I., T.L.; Agrihood design through the Sustainable Landscape Studio 4 (LN 316), Thammasat University, T.L. All authors have read and agreed to the published version of the manuscript.

  • Human Subjects

Reporting of results from human subjects including interviews, surveys, or experiments requires an ethics statement. Preferably, the Institutional Review Board approval number for your project should be provided. An example statement might be: “The study approved by the Institutional Review Board (or Ethics Committee) of NAME OF INSTITUTE (protocol code XXX and date of approval).” Alternatively, you should document that all participants are anonymous, participation was entirely voluntary, and the methods followed the Helsinki principles for human subjects. An example statement might be: “All research procedures involving human participants were done in accordance with the ethical standards of the 1964 Helsinki declaration and its later amendments or comparable ethical standards. Participation in the study was voluntary and informed consent was obtained for all research components that involved human participants, in accordance with standard ethical practice.” If your study did not include human subjects, a statement is not necessary.

  • Funding Statement

If the research was funded, the name of the funding agency, title of the project, and project award number must be provided. If the research was not funded by any agency external to the author team, this also can be noted.

  • Data Availability Statement

The journal strives to make data availability free and transparent, while recognizing that in some cases the funding agency will not permit open access to the project data. Nonetheless, some statement of availability must be made. Examples of such statements include: “Data may be obtained from the corresponding author upon reasonable written request”; “Parties interested in obtaining the data used in this research should submit a formal request to [NAME OF AGENCY AND CONTACT INFORMATION].”; or “Due to data confidentiality policies, the data presented in the manuscript are not freely available.”

  • Use of Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) and AI-Assisted Technologies

Authors should only use such technologies to improve readability and language; if AI has been used, authors must include a statement to this effect. The following is an example statement:

During the preparation of this manuscript [NAME TOOL / SERVICE] was used to [REASON]. After using this tool/service, the author(s) reviewed and edited the content as needed and take(s) full responsibility for the content of the publication.

If there is nothing to disclose, there is no need to add a statement.

  1. Citations and References

         In-text citations, the list of references, and bibliography must be in English and follow the style of American Psychological Association (APA). Please use English language for referencing. Thai reference must be spelled or translated in English. Examples of References are as follows.

1) Book

       Eggan, P. D., & Kauchall, D. (1992). Educational psychology: Classroom connections. New York: Merrill.

2)  Non-English Book

       Phanthasen, A. (2003). การประยุกต์พระราชดำริเศรษฐกิจพอเพียงกับอุตสาหกรรมขนาดกลางและขนาดย่อม[The application of His Majesty the King’s sufficiency economy to small and medium industry]. Bangkok, Thailand: Thai Wattana Panich.

3)  Journal Article

       Hengrasmee, S. (2007). The study of sustainable architectural design in Thailand. Journal of Architectural/Planning Research and Studies, 5(1), 135-154.

4)  Newspaper Article

       Goleman, D. (1993, July 13). New treatments for autism arouse hope and skepticism. The New York Times,pp. C1, C11.

5)  Proceedings of Meetings and Symposia:

       Searle, J. (1990). Is the brain a digital computer? Proceedings of the American Philosophical Association,64(3), 79-100.

6)  Internet Document

       Department of Trade and Industry (DTI). (2003). Renewables innovation review.Retrieved May 1, 2007, from

7)  Journal Article from Internet

       VandenBos, G., Knapp, S., & Doe, J. (2001). Role of reference elements in the selection of resources bypsychology undergraduates. Journal of Bibliographic Research, 5,117-123. Retrieved October 13, 2001,from