Maya Bay closure ‘indefinite’, national park chief confirms
PHUKET: The Chief of the Hat Nopparat – Mu Ko Phi Phi National Park, Worapoj Lomlim, today denounced reports that he is considering keeping May Bay closed to tourists for at least five years, and stressed that no estimate of when the world-famous bay will reopen has been considered at this stage.... If you wish to read this full breaking news headline, plus more articles from around Thailand and Asia like, Maya Bay closure ‘indefinite’, national park chief confirms, 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 - Thursday, 18 April
- In the last 12 hours
- Vote! Phuket Opinion: Diving in The Phuket News (Today) - PHUKET: It has been a long time coming, but we’re finally heading in the right direction. Maya Bay has been closed since last year to allow the marine ecosystem there to...
- In the last 24 hours
- Vote! Coral Values: Behind the reef restoration projects at Maya Bay The Phuket News - Community (Yesterday) - Maya Bay has hardly been out of local and even international headlines recently. Whether it’s conflicting reports of just how long it’s to remain closed, viral videos of schools of...
- Older News
- Vote! National park chief hunting Chinese “urchin bashing” tourists Samui Times (3 days ago) - National Park officials in southern Thailand are hunting a group of Chinese tourists after they took several urchins out of the sea. They then bashed them and left them on...
Popular Asia Job Post Articles
- - No Japan-US deal by the time Donald Trump and Abe Shinzo meet on Monday, economy minister Toshimitsu Motegi says
- - Narendra Modi scores a remarkable election victory
- - Deals and Coupons: New Way to Boost up the Sales of Your Business
- - Private penthouse for sale Surin beach
- - Trump takes dig at Japan for 'substantial' trade advantage and calls for more investment in US
- - Thailand’s pro-army to cement deal to keep junta chief Prayuth Chan-ocha as prime minister: lawmaker
- - Former Thai Prime Minister Prem Tinsulanonda Dies at 98
- - Three killed in two explosions in Nepali capital - police
- - More than 600 people, mostly children, test positive for HIV in Pakistan city
- - Pakistan PM Khan speaks with Modi to congratulate him on election win