Thailand to build two new cruise terminals

By Asia Cruise News

<p>Bangkok: The popular Southeast Asian tourism destination, Thailand, is to build two new cruise terminals in the southern region of the country.</p><p>The number of tourists arriving in Thailand aboard cruise liners stands at about 100,000 annually because of limited capacities, and some cruise liners had to dock at cargo ports, said Kajorn Weerajai, deputy permanent secretary for tourism and sports.</p><p>The two new international cruise ports are expected to supplement the existing cruise facilities of the country, according to the deputy transport minister Arkhom Termpittayapaisith.</p><p>Currently, most of the cruise ships call at the port of Laem Chabang, the nation’s top cargo port to the west of Bangkok.&nbsp;</p><p><img data-cke-saved-src="" src="" alt="Thailand to build two new cruise terminals " style="width: 350px; height: 280px;"><br></p><p><br></p>
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