Prime Minister visits Suphanburi province


SUPHANBURI, 4 April 2014 – The premier made a visit to Suphanburi province to follow up on the developments of the agricultural zoning program while also visiting Beung Chawak where she was welcomed by the chief-advisor of the Chart Thai Pattana Party, Banharn Silapa-archa. 

Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra was assisted on her wheelchair by the chief advisor while visiting Beung Chawak’s aquarium, which is home to over 110 rare species of fish.

Beung Chawak is a large natural pond spanning over a vast area of 2,700 rais of land and has been declared a no-hunting zone since 1983. It is one of Suphanburi’s important tourism spots.

The premier later joined a meeting to follow up on the progress and developments on increasing rice produce according to the agricultural zoning master plan. She further praised the province in improving various locations by turning it into tourist destinations receiving a lot of attention from visitors.