The Settlement of Khun Muang nai In Surat Thani Province

  • สุพัฒน์พงศ์ แย้มอิ่ม Suratthani Rajaphat University
Keywords: settlement, Kun Muang nai, Identity


This research article aims to study the settlement, adaptation of identity of urban people in Surat Thani province. From the study of the people of the city in In Surat Thani Province The district district found that people in Moo 3, Ban Thung Ao, had the same number of females and males. Aged between 70 - 79 years, with a period of time living in the country between 60 - 69 years. There are mostly farmers and some have general employment. Which most people are people who have lived in Nakhon Pathom, Ratchaburi, Phetchaburi, Samut Sakhon, Samut Songkhram, but who came to live in that area, mostly migrated from Nakhon Pathom and Samut Sakhon The relocation of the village at Ban Thung Ao, Si Wichai Subdistrict, Phunphin District, Surat Thani Province, hat is due to the persuasion of relatives who lived in the area and economic problems In entering in those days, the land was cheap and able to occupy because it was a forest. Must have pioneered the forest for planting or used as a residence. Most of the journeys come by train to Maluan Subdistrict, Phunphin District and walk from the train station to Moo 3, Ban Thung Ao, Srivichai District, Phunphin District, Surat Thani Province. Who have moved into There is a language adaptation but still retains the original language and accent in speaking. As for the food, it is adapted to the southern food. From the original, eating tasteless food but coming to the south, had to eat spicy food With turmeric There are many agricultural practices, with the use of techniques for growing crops in the area. Which these people have adapted continuously In terms of traditions and culture Is similar to most of the South But Songkran of the people in that city is different from the South Have a singing song There is a play during the Mon Mon steering wheel, the cloth of the Buddha's water, and the dance at the temple in the daytime. Sato flour was made during Songkran, but today it has changed from the original