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Phuket in joint venture to beautify Promthep Cape

Dec 26. 2019
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By The Nation

The Phuket governor's office is working with the Rawai subdistrict municipality and Nongnooch Garden Pattaya to improve the scenery in Promthep Cape.

Phuket Governor Phakphong Thaviphat said that Promthep Cape is one of the tourist attractions under the Tourism Authority of Thailand’s campaign to attract tourists to visit Thailand and stimulate the country’s economy.

“The highlight of this attraction is visitors can enjoy the beautiful views of the sunset, and also visit Kanchanaphisek Lighthouse,” he said. “Recently, we found that sugar palm trees, which are a unique characteristics of this cape, were decreasing in number.”

The director of Nongnooch Garden Pattaya, Kampol Tansajja, said that after discussions with the governor, they will improve the landscape of this cape by planting more than 70 sugar palm trees from December 27 to 28 to encourage tourists to take photos and post them on social media.

“We want to develop tourist attractions and make Phuket more beautiful to provide a New Year’s gift to tourists who visit Thailand during the New Year Festival,” he said.

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