Model of the Cultural Landscape Management in Samchuk Market, Suphanburi Province

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เบญจวรรณ ปานแม้น
กมลวรรณ แสงธรรมทวี

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     The objective of this research is to guide the management of the cultural landscape at Suphanburi Province which will be suitable for the physical characteristics, and society as well as the culture in Samchuk market area. The study method collected both primary and secondary data. Field survey and observation To create a database of physical cultural landscapes up to date In-depth interviews with entrepreneurs on current physical issues and future trends Summary of the scope of the study background Then evaluate the cultural heritage value. and synthesize guidelines for area management presented in a mockup The simulation model asked the tourists' satisfaction and attitude towards the cultural landscape management approach. and summarize the results of the research. A combination of both quantitative and qualitative data collection methods. From the sample group, including 290 tourists. The tool used was a questionnaire. and an in-depth interview form, the sample group is 5 entrepreneurs within the Samchuk market by using a specific random method. The statistics used in the data analysis were percentage, mean, standard deviation. and descriptive analysis methods. It made it known that all 4 areas still had cultural landscape values ​​in many aspects. The researchers realized the importance of such values. Therefore, the guidelines for the management of the physical cultural landscape are: (1) the approach to the management of the elements of the building cultural landscape. Structures and objects (2) Approaches for managing elements of cultural landscape in archaeological or historical areas (3) Approaches for managing elements of cultural landscapes in respect of vegetation (4) Approaches for managing elements of cultural landscapes in respect of micro-component. By offering an in-depth study to find a way to care to maintain Damaged parts must be restored or restored in the reconstructed part that does not correspond to the context of the original area and can also adjust the usefulness by modifying new activities into cultural areas as follows. (1) The road along Nathee, namely the area of ​​the old wooden row house by the river Riverside Walkway, Old Ship Port Raft, Samchuk Market Sign, Chao Pho Samchuk Shrine building and shrine, especially in the area of Ylang Ylang, which is a hundred years old. (2) The municipal road Soi 1 is a wooden row house building, of gingerbread pattern which should be repaired. The area in front of the Pornpracha Bridge should be redesigned. (3) The municipal road Soi 2, including Ton Pho courtyard, Ban Khun Chamnong Chinarak Museum, Udomchok Hotel, Baan Tao Kae Seng are also in the Samchuk market area. (4) Mitr Samphan Road, including the old wooden row house arches, market signs, shop signs, road signs, publicity boards are also within the Samchuk market. The physical cultural landscape management approach is in line with the draft regulations for architectural conservation in the Samchuk market area.

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