PM Prayut cuts ribbon on new ferry service to spice up tourism in Thailand

Caretaker Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha celebrated his 69th birthday in style yesterday by slicing the ribbon to officially open a model new river ferry service to attach Thailand and Malaysia.
The ferry service will transport passengers, cargo and autos across the Ko Lok River, connecting Tak Bai Customs House in Thailand with Pengkalan Kubor Customs House in Malaysia.
The Narathiwat Provincial Administrative Organization launched the model new ferry service as a replacement for an older one, reported Pattaya Mail. The new ferry can carry up to 30 passengers and no much less than 9 automobiles weighing 2.5 tons every, and the Thai authorities has allotted approximately 38 million baht to fund the challenge.
Narathiwat province serves as a particular border financial space, and the Thai government goals to enhance infrastructure throughout all modes of transport within the region to advertise financial growth.
Following the inauguration ceremony, caretaker PM Prayut visited the Princess of Naradhiwas University to fulfill with native government officers, navy and law enforcement officials, neighborhood leaders, and non secular leaders earlier than returning to Bangkok.
The new ferry service is anticipated to facilitate the transportation of cargo and cross-border tourism between Thailand and Malaysia, thereby advancing the region’s economic improvement. This is according to the Thai government’s efforts to promote cross-border trade and funding and to place Thailand as a regional hub for transportation and logistics.
Kickstart is now appearing PM after the Election Committee confirmed yesterday that Thailand’s General Election will be held on May 14, 2023.
The election announcement follows Prayut’s dissolution of the House of Representatives, endorsed by His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun of Thailand yesterday with quick impact.
Meanwhile, the sixty nine 12 months outdated politician gave reassurances that residents would be secure after hazardous caesium-137 contamination was detected at a steel manufacturing facility in Prachin Buri’s Kabin Buri district on Monday.
PM’s Office Minister Thanakorn Wangboonkongchana, who is also the appearing Industry Minister, stated yesterday that Gen Prayut had instructed associated agencies to examine varied industries in each space to ensure the protection of the basic public..

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