TRIN Innovation Group Co Ltd plans to spend Bt40 billion to develop a mixed-used project on more than 3,000 rai in Chiang Rai province. Trin said that, aside from the company’s own funds, the project called Trin Nakara Golden Triangle would also draw investment from foreign entities in the Asean region and farther afield, including Malaysia, Singapore, Japan, Hong Kong, mainland China and the United States. The 3,139-rai site covers three sub districts – Wiang-Nok, Pasak and Yonok – in the Chiang Saen district of Chiang Rai.

The project incorporates five key feauteres: synergy, involving collaboration with the public sector and local communities; economic drive, under which GDP will be boosted and jobs created through the development of industry and service businesses; ecology, with a focus on environmental protection; innovation, to be applied in architectural, engineering and environmental areas; and smart tourism, under which visitors will be lured by world-class standards in terms of location, expertise and cultural exchange.

The site will be divided into several zones including those with 5 star to 7 star rated holiday facilities. Also it will be divided a world-class health centre, condominiums, a premium shopping complex, souvenir shops, an international convention centre and community and local product stores.

An emphasis on preserving the natural habitat and the beauty of surroundings will be a main feature of the design concept. Project development and construction management will be spearheaded by SPAN Consultants Co., Ltd.

Chiang Saen will also the see the construction of the world’s tallest flagpole, at 189 metres. The flagpole will be built by Trident Support LLC from the United States, which has built seven flagpoles around the world that have broken records for height.

Source: The Nation

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