South Thailand island to be developed as world-class tourism spot

An island in South Thailand is ready to be developed as a world-class tourism spot. Koh Adang, located in the southern border province of Satun, is about to turn out to be a world-class tourism vacation spot like Langkawi in Malaysia, based on the Southern Border Provinces Administrative Center (SBPAC).
Satun province is famend for its picturesque natural scenery, with jungles, mountains, and seashores. The SBPAC just lately held a gathering to debate ways to step up the province’s tourism, The Phuket Express reported at present.
The SBPAC’s Deputy Secretary-General, Chanathan Saengphum, said that related businesses would work together to develop Koh Adang into a major tourist destination within the next five years. Elementary aims to dub Koh Adang the “Rivera of Southeast Asia” and develop it as a major eco-tourism destination and leisure centre.
Koh Adang, situated on the Andaman Sea in the Tarutao sub-district, Mueang district, covers an space of round 30 30 square kilometres and is surrounded by small islands corresponding to Ko Lipe, Ko Dong, Ko Hin Ngam, and Ko Yang. The island is crammed with tall mountains and dense green forests. Other pure points of interest embrace Mae Mai Bay, a waterfall called “Namtok Chon Salat,” and a scenic viewpoint referred to as Pha Chado. Pha Chao was an observatory level in the past for pirates seeking to assault industrial ships.
Koh Adang can be a haven for scuba diving with its coral reefs.
To prepare for the tourism growth venture, Satun must equip students with the mandatory information and expertise, similar to overseas languages, based on Professor Dr Sukree Langputae, Vice-President for International Relations and Alumni of Fatoni University..

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