The study of Silat Gayunh Performance for supporting The sustainable tourism (A case study in Krabi and Phuket Province)

  • Chanaporn Sangngam Faculty of Education Phuket Rajabhat University Phuket 83000, Thailand
Keywords: Silat Gayunh, Phuket Province, Krabi Province, Tourism, South of Thailand, Local Performance, Fishermen

Abstract

The study of Silat Gayunh Performance for supporting The sustainable tourism (A case study in Krabi and Phuket Province). The research methodology that use in this research is ethnomusicology. The purpose of this study are for collecting Silat Gayunh Performance in Phuket and Krabi Province, then analyzing the similarity and differences of Silat Gayunh Performance in both area and suggesting how to support tourism. The study found that Silat Gayunh Performance in Rawai Beach in Phuket Province, where the immigrant fishermen inhabiting and bring the culture with them. In Krabi Province, in Ramad village, Koh-Klang Subdistric, Lanta district, the performance was inherited from Saton Province, which the knower learned and bring back to their village. The main performance patterns are similar, but some the difference patterns are because of context area. The costume in Krabi Province is more fancy and beautiful than Phuket Province. The instruments are similar, but in Phuket Province is adding Krab to be a rhythm instrument.           The suggestions for supporting tourism is focused on the community, so the community can participate with government for sustainable tourism development.

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Published
2020-12-30
How to Cite
Sangngam, C. (2020). The study of Silat Gayunh Performance for supporting The sustainable tourism (A case study in Krabi and Phuket Province). Walailak Abode of Culture Journal, 20(2), 15-33. Retrieved from https://so06.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/cjwu/article/view/242759
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Research Articles