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This research aimed to study the tourism performance of border-cities tourism acting as the linkage of Mekong Sub-region: Mukdahan-Savanankhet-Quang Tri. There are 48 interviews conducted. The result Attitude Analysis The needs of steak holder of potential of border tourism cities to Linkage of greater Mekong subregion: Mukdahan-Savannakhet-Quang Tri shows the Attraction Amenities Accessibility Activities Accommodation Ancillary service Price Place Promotion People Physical evidence and Process. This sub-region is in the support of government; the tourism development plan for economy is conducted, known as “Mukdahan -Savannakhet-Quang Tri.” The analysis confirms the research results on the disadvantage of transportation, tourist services, and government supports especially from Mukdahan province. However, the delay in immigration process can be observed.
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