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Similan islands,  Thailand

The Similan and Surin Islands have been reopened to tourists starting from October 15th.

These islands were closed for tourist visits for the past 6 months with the goal of restoring and preserving their natural environment.

Official sources have reported that significant efforts were made to improve the infrastructure of the islands during the closure. Additionally, safety measures for tourists have been enhanced.

This reopening means that visitors can once again enjoy the natural beauty, pristine beaches, and unique ecosystems of these locations. Whether observing the diversity of marine life while diving or simply relaxing on the sunny shores, the Similan and Surin Islands offer a precious natural treasure that should be respected and conserved for future generations.

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