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Rayong MapRayong located at Eastern board of Thailand, approximately 220 kilometers from Bangkok (179km by car from Bangkok). It consists of 3,552 square km area and 100 km of beach connect to the gulf of Thailand. The 10 islands group is abundant with marine resources. It contains many oddly shaped islands and rocks. The largest island is Koh Samet which is well known in South East Asia.

A late bloomer, the province is well known for its pristine beaches stretching along a 100-kilometer coastline and scenic waterfalls amidst exotic surroundings. Aside from this, Rayong is blessed with an abundance of seafood products such as shrimp paste, fish sauce and dried seafood, and tropical fruits of which rambutan, mangosteen and durian are the most famous.

Covering a total area of 3,552 square kilometers, Rayong borders Chonburi Province on the north and the west, the Gulf of Thailand on the south, and Chantaburi Province on the east. Most of the land is marked by a series of mountains interspersed by flat plains and large tracts of forest and fruit plantations. Administratively, the province is divided into Mueang Rayong, Klaeng, Ban Khai, Bang Chang, Pluak Daeng and Wang Chan districts and Khao Chamao and Nikhom Phatthana Sub-districts.




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China, Thailand sign MoU on railway cooperation – Chinadaily USA


AsiaOne
China, Thailand sign MoU on railway cooperation
Chinadaily USA
The MoU allows China to invest in two dual-track rail lines in Thailand that will span 734 km and 133 km respectively and connect northeast Thailand's Nong Khai province, Bangkok and eastern Rayong province. The project is estimated to cost some 10.6 …
Prajin: Japan still in rail pictureBangkok Post
China, Thailand ink $10.6 bn railway pactThe BRICS Post
Sino-Thai relations boosted by $14b rail dealAsiaOne
Daily Times
all 142 news articles »

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Prayut, Li strike railway accord – Bangkok Post


Bangkok Post
Prayut, Li strike railway accord
Bangkok Post
… and Reform Council of Thailand. Under the MoU, China will build the country's first standard-gauge tracks on two routes. The first route will be from Nong Khai province to the Map Ta Phut deep-sea port in Rayong province via Nakhon Ratchasima

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Thailand looking to Japan for railways revamp

By Pairat Temphairojana BANGKOK (Reuters) – Thailand is talking to Japan with a view to building three rail routes in the Southeast Asian country, a Thai minister said on Saturday, the latest move by its military government to kick-start long-delayed plans to modernise its aging rail network. Thailand wants three new lines connecting the capital, Bangkok, with cities in the east, west, north and …

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BMW Group Thailand celebrates 50000 vehicles – The Establishment Post


The Establishment Post
BMW Group Thailand celebrates 50000 vehicles
The Establishment Post
BMW Group Manufacturing Thailand recently celebrated the completion of 50,000 locally-assembled BMWs and MINIs at the BMW Group Thailand plant in Rayong on the east coast of the Gulf of Thailand. The 75,000sq.m (about 807,000 sq.ft) factory is the …

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Prayut, Li strike railway accord – Bangkok Post


Bangkok Post
Prayut, Li strike railway accord
Bangkok Post
The memorandum of understanding, signed by Transport Minister Prajin Juntong and Xu Shaoshi, chairman of the National Development and Reform Commission of China, concerns the two countries' cooperation over Thai railway development. (Photo by …

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China sets stage for Silk Road extension into southeast Asia – The Hindu

China sets stage for Silk Road extension into southeast Asia
The Hindu
China's visiting Prime Minister Li Keqiang is expected to sign an agreement with Thailand on setting up two strategic dual-track lines covering 734 km and 133 km. Once completed, these lines will connect Bangkok with Thailand's Nong Khai and Rayong …

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China, Thailand sign MoU on railway cooperation – Chinadaily USA


AsiaOne
China, Thailand sign MoU on railway cooperation
Chinadaily USA
The MoU allows China to invest in two dual-track rail lines in Thailand that will span 734 km and 133 km respectively and connect northeast Thailand's Nong Khai province, Bangkok and eastern Rayong province. The project is estimated to cost some 10.6 …
Prajin: Japan still in rail pictureBangkok Post
China, Thailand ink $10.6 bn railway pactThe BRICS Post
Sino-Thai relations boosted by $14b rail dealAsiaOne
Daily Times
all 129 news articles »

Add comment December 20th, 2014

Thailand looking to Japan for railways revamp

By Pairat Temphairojana BANGKOK (Reuters) – Thailand is talking to Japan with a view to building three rail routes in the Southeast Asian country, a Thai minister said on Saturday, the latest move by its military government to kick-start long-delayed plans to modernise its aging rail network. Thailand wants three new lines connecting the capital, Bangkok, with cities in the east, west, north and …

Add comment December 20th, 2014

Prayut, Li strike railway accord – Bangkok Post


AsiaOne
Prayut, Li strike railway accord
Bangkok Post
The memorandum of understanding, signed by Transport Minister Prajin Juntong and Xu Shaoshi, chairman of the National Development and Reform Commission of China, concerns the two countries' cooperation over Thai railway development. (Photo by …
Sino-Thai relations boosted by $14b rail dealAsiaOne
China, Thailand sign MoU on railway cooperationChinadaily USA
China sets stage for Silk Road extension into southeast AsiaThe Hindu
CRIENGLISH.com -The Nation
all 101 news articles »

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BMW Group Thailand celebrates 50000 vehicles – The Establishment Post


The Establishment Post
BMW Group Thailand celebrates 50000 vehicles
The Establishment Post
BMW Group Manufacturing Thailand recently celebrated the completion of 50,000 locally-assembled BMWs and MINIs at the BMW Group Thailand plant in Rayong on the east coast of the Gulf of Thailand. The 75,000sq.m (about 807,000 sq.ft) factory is the …

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