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Unique Four Regions Fair’ to start on Mother’s Day

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PHUKET: A special ‘Unique Four Regions Fair’ will take place on Mother’s Day, HM Queen Sirikit’s birthday, on August 12 and continue through August 16 at Sanam Chai Park in Phuket Town.

Organized by the Royal Thai Navy’s Phuket-based Third Area Internal Security Operations Command [ISOC] and sponsored by the provincial police and municipality, this nationwide event is the fourth of its kind.

“This fair is organized in order to return happiness to the people, with governmental and royal projects being presented to the public and the chance to enjoy art shows and cultural performances from all regions of Thailand,” Capt Boworn Promkeawngam of the Royal Thai Navy’s Phuket-based Third Area ISOC told the Phuket Gazette.

Daytime activities include planting mangrove trees at Baan Mak Prok in Thalang, planting trees at Suan Luang, collecting rubbish from a local beach and an aerobic dance show at Sanam Chai, Capt Boworn said.

“At night, officers will present the projects they run, for example HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s sufficiency economy project,” he added.

Night events, which run from around 6.30pm to 10.30pm, also include the sale of One Tambon One Product and blue flag goods and local food. There will also be many Thai cultural performances.

“Everyone is invited to join this event and see the beauty of Thailand through our many projects and products,” Capt Boworn said.

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