Southforward.com – Tham Luang Cave in Chiang Rai, Thailand where twelve teenagers and football coaches stuck for over two weeks will be a museum.
Quoted from Reuters on Thursday (12/7/2018), Head of rescue operation, Narongsak Osottanakorn said the Cave will be an attraction for Thailand.
He also said if the rescue operation would be on display at the Tham Luang Cave.
Not only that, an interactive data center in that location will also be built.
“An interactive data center will be established,” he added. “This will be another major attraction for Thailand,” Narongsak said.
The teenager and his coach entered the cave of Tham Luang since June 23, after practicing football.
But the heavy rain that flushed the area made the cave was flooded great enough and they were trapped in the cave without getting out.
The team of Thai Navy divers or Navy SEAL is assisted by divers from various countries running dangerous missions to expel them. Even a diver of a former Thai Navy SEAL member died while preparing an air tube for the rescue.
All 12 teenagers and their coaches were successfully removed from the cave in three stages. Four teenagers were released on Sunday (8/7) and four other teenagers on Monday (9/7). The rest, four teenagers and coaches were issued on Tuesday (10/7) evening local time.