King Rama IX-visited waterfall to become Narathiwat tourist attraction

Narathiwat province is preparing to develop Chatwarin waterfall which HM the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej previously visited, into a new tourist site of Budo-Sungaipadi National Park.

The idea of promoting Chatwarin waterfall came after local visitors discovered a rock embedded with the emblem of King Rama IX in the middle section of the cascade. The flag carrying the late King’s emblem is now dilapidated. Village headmen said the late monarch visited Chatwarin waterfall in 1973.

Su-ngai Padi District Chief Officer Rungruang Thimabut and Budo-Sungaipadi National Park’s chief Sittichai Madsri will jointly supervise the construction of a memorial site in honor of King Rama IX which will soon become a new must-visit spot of the park.

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Reporter : Vipaporn Pooritanasarn Rewriter : Temsiri Klissanavanich National News Bureau & Public Relations :

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