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China – Thailand Rail Connection: A Silk Road Tourism Legacy

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The proposed China-Thailand Railway is set to have enormous benefits to Thailand.

Thailand’s cabinet this week approved a draft contract for the construction and design of the first phase of the country’s high-speed railway project with China.

The 252 km high-speed railway will link the Thai capital of Bangkok and the northeastern province of Nakhon Ratchasima and is scheduled to be operational by 2021.

The project will be a legacy project. Laying the foundations along the new Silk Road for a comprehensive modern rail network that will help meet the demands of domestic and international cross border traffic. From a domestic or regional perspective, the project is set to substantially benefit Thailand in the long run.

Poor railways in Thailand have proved insufficient in supporting economic growth in the country’s remote and less developed areas.

The Chinese Embassy in Bangkok announced that construction work is slated to begin as soon as October, once China and Thailand sign two contracts next month that cover design and supervision expenses.

 

•The first phase will link the Thai capital, Bangkok, with the northeastern city of Nakhom Ratchasima, which is set to start operation in four years time. The construction of the 252 km stretch of the 250 kph high speed rail project is estimated to cost THB 179 billion (USD $5.2 billion) all of which is to be raised by the Thai government.

•The project’s second phase will cross borders and connect to the China-Laos rail line, which is currently under construction.

This second phase will run from Nakhon Ratchasima to Nong Khai on the Thai-Laos border to connect with the China-Laos railway to form the main line from Bangkok to Kunming.

•The third phase of the project will connect China’s southern city of Kunming with Bangkok and Vientiane, the capital of Laos, by high-speed rail. An 867 km dual-track railway, with 1.435 metre standard gauge and trains operating at top speeds of 180 kph.

The railway is part of China’s ‘Belt and Road’ initiative. The Belt and Road Initiative refers to the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road, aiming at building a trade and infrastructure network connecting Asia with Europe and Africa along the ancient trade routes of the Silk Road.

The line will link the Thai-Laos border to Bangkok as well as Thailand’s main deep-sea port in eastern Thailand. A boon for cargo and cruise ships.