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No compromise with illegal resort operators on Samet islands

The Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plants Conservation will not compromise with 24 illegal resorts which are encroaching on the Khao Laemya-Samet Islands...

Seafood sales return to normal in oil spill-affected Rayong

Oil spill or no, there’s only so long Thais can go without fresh seafood and sales of it have returned to normal at Rayong’s...

Rayong fishermen blame fish kill on July oil spill

A mass fish die-off at Mae Rampung Beach has incited worries in Rayong that last month’s Maptaput-area oil spill may be dong more damage...

Koh Samet seafood ‘safe’ but no one buying, Phe vendors lament

Nuanthip Pier, the main gateway to Koh Samet, normally sees up to a dozen trips to the tourist island a day. But since the...

Koh Samet looking ‘normal’ again, but 20% of marine life may...

Rayong officials plan to rebuild Koh Samet’s oil-stained beaches with new sand as authorities try to gauge how much of last month’s petroleum spill...

Koh Samet’s beaches clearing, but assessment, preventative work only beginning

Cleanup of the Koh Samet oil spill is winding down, but the more-arduous process of assessing long-term damage and preventing future spills is only...

Samet determined to be ‘safe’ after water tests

Tourists have been assured the water around Koh Samet is safe after chemistry students went on a field trip to the popular island. ...

Koh Samet’s controversial pier

The construction of a pier on Koh Samet, a  tourist island off the Rayong provincial coast  in eastern Thailand, has triggered a conflict between...

Pattaya Sports Round up – Friday March 13 – April 19,...

Friday DFiT, Dusit Thani Pattaya: Visitors using the group fitness membership can avail of the THB 2,000 offer for five visits to the gym...

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