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Authorities crack down on unlicensed Koh Samui hostels

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1 hour ago, wilcopops said:

it's draconian and screws everything up for those who are stying there - they've had plenty go time to stop this situation arising - FHS! there are dozens of these places that have grown up operating blatantly - they should have acted weeks or months ago.

So your complaint is not that they have acted, but that they should have acted sooner.

 

Difficult - they can only act once people have checked in! All the authorities seem to have done is to save money by hitting the criminals in a large bust rather than one at a time. Makes sense to me.

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16 hours ago, Tropicalevo said:

So your complaint is not that they have acted, but that they should have acted sooner.

 

Difficult - they can only act once people have checked in! All the authorities seem to have done is to save money by hitting the criminals in a large bust rather than one at a time. Makes sense to me.

Finally a penny has dropped...these places have been allowed to operate for months years in full sight of officials.

There is clearly no proper monitoring of ANY  of the hotels resorts on Samui.

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6 hours ago, wilcopops said:

Finally a penny has dropped...these places have been allowed to operate for months years in full sight of officials.

There is clearly no proper monitoring of ANY  of the hotels resorts on Samui.

so because they managed to break the law in the past they should just let them continue? Progress is being made and fortunately before there were any victims of these death traps.

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