Bangkok officials declare Maya Bay a tourist no-go zone
PHUKET: Officials from the Department of National Parks (DNP) in Bangkok have declared Maya bay, including Loh Samah Bay, a tourist no-go zone until the marine environment improves to their satisfaction.... If you wish to read this full breaking news headline, plus more articles from around Thailand and Asia like, Bangkok officials declare Maya Bay a tourist no-go zone, simply click on 'Read full story' below, but 1st please give us a 'LIKE' or 'SHARE' before you leave. Thank you
Published By: The Phuket News - Tuesday, 2 October, 2018
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