Saturday, 22 September 2012

Thailand, Laem Chabang Port

It's another brand new day in Thailand. We have travelled from Koh Samui to Laem Chabang the night before. The sun is still very low but it's here to bring the promise of a meaningful day for us.

As our cruise ship entered the port of Laem Chabang, a ship loaded with cargoes exited the port.

I've never been this close to a port as the port in Singapore is not open to the public and only authorised personnel could enter the area. Thus, the fact that I was at a port excite me and all activities taking place immediately caught my interest.

Seen here are rows of cars to be exported to other countries in Asia, Europe and Africa. Thailand has a large automotive market and it is a global supply chain for cars such as Toyota, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Ford and General Motors.

Closing up on the cars.  It was a rather misty morning...

After checking out from the Port of Laem Chabang, we transferred to a bus to make our way to Pattaya. This time, our destination is to 'The Sanctuary of Truth'.

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