Logos Hope, the world’s largest floating book store, will be arriving in Bangkok today. From tomorrow, visitors will have the opportunity to meet crew members and purchase books. I don’t have an expected time of arrival yet, but you can watch live on these web cams on the ship. At the moment it looks like it is out in the Gulf of Thailand. Once you start seeing land on both sides it should mean that the ship is entering the Chao Phraya River at Paknam. I think it then takes about an hour to reach the port.
RT @Paul_the_Seeker: The ship, Logos Hope, is on its way to Bangkok bringing books and charity. See when it arrives on its webcams here: http://t.co/Jy0vZ5dH
MV Logos Hope will be open to the public at Klong Toey Port, Bangkok, from Thursday to 11th March. The ship opens every Tuesday to Saturday from 10am to 9.30pm and 2pm to 9.30pm on Sundays and Mondays. Entry costs 20 baht (free for children under 12 but they need to be accompanied by an adult). For more information, see this Bangkok Post article.