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China National Communications Sign Contract for Thailand Cable Car Project
Seetao 2022-12-26 17:31
  • After the line is opened, the demand of residents and tourists along the line for the cable car line will increase significantly
  • The contract amount of the project is 6.5 billion yuan. The signing of the project will create a new landmark cultural tourism landscape for Thailand
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Recently, China Communication Signal International Holding Asia Pacific Regional Center and the Phuket development giant Beach Group signed a Phuket cable car EPC contract with a total amount of 6.5 billion Baht at the Thailand Friendly Design Expo, witnessed by Mr. Thanakorn Wangboonkongchana, spokesman of the Prime Minister of Thailand and minister of the Prime Minister's Office, and Zhang Xiaoxiao, Counsellor of the Business Office of the Chinese Embassy in the Kingdom of Thailand. The contract amount reached a record high. With this project, the Asia Pacific Regional Center will expand its business to the cable car field, and create a new landmark cultural tourism landscape for Thailand.

The current project is divided into two phases. The first phase is the line from Kata Beach in the southwest to the Buddha Mountain in the east, and the second phase is the line from Badong Beach in the west to the old city of Phuket in the middle and Wangquan Shopping Center. Keywords: the Belt and Road, the Belt and Road Project

The current Phase I project passes through Kata Beach, which is one of the top ten famous beaches in the world. According to the local passenger flow statistics of Phuket, the daily tourist flow from Kata Beach to the Buddha on the top of the mountain is 8000-20000 people. It is estimated that after the cable car line is opened, the demand and dependence of residents and tourists along the line on the cable car line will increase significantly, with the line carrying more than 4000 people per day. Editor/Zhao E


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