Three other Indian Navy ships, the INS Tir, INS Sujata and ICGS Varuna, arrived alongside the INS Sudashini at the Phuket Deep Sea Port last Thursday (Oct 27).
The Indian Navy ships will be open for people to visit this Sunday morning (Oct 30) between 9am and 11.30am.
After the Indian Navy squadron arrived on Thursday, Mr Abba Gani Ramu, Deputy Chief of Mission for the Embassy of India, Bangkok, led officials in signing a memorial book to pay their respect to His Majesty the late King Bhumibol Adulajev.
Today (Oct 29) Indian Navy officials are giving free medical treatment to children at Baan Nam Bor school between 9am and 12pm.
All 337 naval crew members will leave the port to join a PASSEX exercise on October 3, which is aimed at strengthening cooperation between the Thai and Indian Navies. The exercise will be led by Capt DJ Revar, commander of the INS Tir.