The news follows Governor Phakaphong inspection the popular viewpoint on Christmas Eve (Dec 24), along with a host of officials, including Rawai Mayor Aroon Solos.
Joining the delegation for the site inspection was former Phuket Democrat MP Raywat Areerob, who now serves as Assistant Secretary of the Minister of Public Health, and Kampon Tansacha of NongNooch Tropical Botanical Garden in Pattaya, renowned for its beautiful gardens.
Governor Phakaphong explained, “Phromthep Cape is one of the most beautiful places to see sun set in Thailand. A feature at the cape is that there are a lot of palm trees, but nowadays the number of palm trees has gradually decreased.”
Rawai Mayor Aroon told The Phuket News that the idea is to have palm trees from NongNooch Tropical Botanical Gardens planted at the cape and was suggested by Mr. Raywat.
“They have known each other a long time,” he said.
Mr Raywat asked Mr Kampon to provide palm trees to restore the cape’s natural beauty, Mayor Aroon explained.
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