"Gen. Adul" said that Nakhon Phanom is an eco-friendly city and ready to develop the Mekong border tourism.

Friday, 06 July 2018

            On July 6, 2561, Maj. Gen. Adul Sangsingkeo, Minister of Labor, presided over the meeting on "Nakhon Phanom Clean City Project" at the Sangsingkeo meeting room on the 3rd floor, the Center for the Development of Quality of Life and the Elderly Care for the Elderly. Mr. Somchai Witthamrong, Governor of Nakhon Phanom Province, Mr. Nijjiviriya Boonma The Mayor of Nakhon Phanom, and the head of government in Nakhon Phanom, attended the meeting. The project aims to integrate collaboration in campaigning, maintaining, and developing the environment. It is a safe place to live and to attract tourists to visit. It can be an example for developing a prototype community and expanding into the next urban development.


             For Nakhon Phanom, there are many potentialities such as the border town along the Mekong River. It is the center of the Indo-China region. It is the 8th most emotional city in the world in 2012 from the United Nations ranking. This is the first happiness city of the country in 2013, according to the ranking of the National Bureau of Statistics and the Department of Mental Health. In addition, tourism revenue in 2010 from 806.98 million baht to 1694.67 million in 2016 and 1837.44 million. In the year 2017, the border trade in Lao PDR was 82,261.91 million baht, the highest in 12 outlets in the Northeast. It was announced on April 24, 2015 as a special economic zone, with 13 districts in 13 districts. It has the longest river bike in the world, 74 km long, as well as a school. Especially quality universities. Famous for flight Including hospitals that have the potential to treat underlying diseases. It is a center for patient referral services for clients from neighboring countries.
             However, to maintain the centrality of the Indochinese country, it is necessary to maintain a clean and tidy environment in the country, secure life and property, to be a livable city, to live in a sustainable way.