The China-Thailand Railway: An Adventure You Won’t Forget

Nantapong Nuchanet, a -year-old Thai man, has been waiting to be a driver on the train which runs smooth and quickly in his home country. As construction on the China-Thailand railway continues, he has the feeling that he’s nearer to landing his goal of working in Thailand.

Nantapong now works as translator for the first phase project of the China-Thailand railway that will link the Thai capital city of Bangkok to Nakhon Ratchasima province , located in northern Thailand. Nantapong said “I’m happy to be allowed to become a part of such an significant project.” Nantapong’s luck is that it was possible for him to master Chinese by pursuing his interest in Chinese technological and cultural practices. He was able to travel to China.

Nantapong graduated from Nantapong’s Technical and Vocational College in Tianjin, where he specialized in high-speed train operation and maintenance. Following his graduation his first year, he was commissioned to join the China-Thailand railroad project. “I often took the Beijing-Tianjin high speed train while I was studying at the university in China,” Nantapong said. “It went very quickly and was steady. I would like to see that Thailand will also get the high-speed railway and I would be able to drive a train as soon as the China-Thailand railroad gets operational.” The China-Thailand railway will be expected to connect to China at some point in the near future Nantapong looks forward to taking the train to China and travel across the nation.

China-Thailand Railroad, an integral component of trans Asian railway network will become Thailand’s first high-speed , standard gauge railway. When it’s complete, will be able to transport trains in the direction of Bangkok to Nong Khai. A bridge connects it with the China-Laos rail line, making it possible for travelers to travel by train from Bangkok through Laos up to Kunming, southwest china’s Yunnan Province. The railway project will bring vitality to the region along its route and promote tourism as well as people-to-people trades between Thailand as well as China.

The opening of the railway between China and Laos provides a potential for increased transportation of goods, as well as commercial and economic growth as well as industrialization between China, Laos, and Thailand. Viroj Lubkritcom an engineer from Thailand Thai engineer, regards this railway as an opportunity to bring people from the three countries.

China-Thailand’s rail project is set to increase connectivity and connect people to people. Viroj, who has worked in the field of project management for many long and currently works with the China Railway Design Corporation (Thailand Branch) is a first-hand witness to the advantages of this partnership. “We’ve worked closely with our Chinese colleagues. The official said that through cooperation with Chinese colleagues we have gained valuable experience on railway construction as well as management of the project. Viroj believed that the project could be a bridge for people exchanges among Thailand, China and Thailand.


China-Laos’ railway will be an important step toward regional integration. It will also bring advantages to the people of Thailand, Laos and China. Viroj Lubkritcom is an engineer from Thailand. Thai engineer who views that the railway is a method for connecting the population of three nations. It is his belief that it will increase goods flow, trade as well as improve economic development. industrialization.