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Thai parks authority extends closure of Maya Bay indefinitely

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TOUR OPERATORS cried foul yesterday and sought help from authorities

So sad that I am not a Thai national and allowed to participate in the travel business. Exploit something until it is completely destroyed and depleted and then ask the government for help.
They really live in a parallel Universum called Thailand...

If I were the government I would tell them the truth and nothing but the truth. That they didn't listen to the warnings and recommendations from the national park management so now it is their very own fault and problem that they do not have any income now.
They can go back to their farms. Always work needed there

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They can go back to their farms. Always work needed there
Too hard work for Thais. Only suitable for Myanmar or Cambodian labor.

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A wise decision to keep it closed for a while longer, at least until much more of the corals have recovered, and if the government can not control the situation / limit of visitors afterwards, it should remain closed. 

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Just educate tourists about not touching the corals and keep the aliens that can not understand out 😛  

Or is this due to global warming and the tourists did not damage it? Or is it because of the boats?

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Say 10 years for it to look decent again,without any tourists,

reopen ,destroyed again in a few weeks,by tourists.

regards worgeordie

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On 10/3/2018 at 3:34 PM, VBF said:

@CLW and @blackhorse 

 

Sadly, your thoughts/suggestions would have / will require them to look beyond the end of their noses, or the next pay packet. Be so kind as to remember....TIT!

They best way to know what to do would be to contact these people: http://www.gbrmpa.gov.au/managing-the-reef/how-the-reefs-managed. They are the best in world compare to them the level of knowledge of the Thai authorities must be close to zero.

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