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THAILAND AMID THE PANDEMIC!
Koh Samui As You've Never Seen It Before

Probably no sectors have been harder hit than hospitality, nightlife & entertainment by lockdowns and the ensuing Emergency Decree.

KOH SAMUI AS YOU'VE NEVER SEEN IT BEFORE

Once referred to as 'The Jewel of the Gulf of Thaiand', Koh Samui post-pandemic is a reminiscence of a bygone era. 

Koh Samui has 0 coronavirus casualties and to date remains COVID free.

Though one could argue, Koh Samui is the casualty of the pandemic ...

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Chewang Beach Road

Once a bustling street for dining, pubs, entertainment and shopping.

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Lake view Road Chewang

Empty shop units line the road.

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7-Eleven & Restaurant closures

7-Elevens have closed down, anticipating no return of the tourist trade  anytime soon.

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Temporarily closed restaurants

Some Restaurants remain hopefull but for many it's already to late.

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Solo nightclub

Solo nightclub, once a popular place for dance muic, drinking and socialising. Now for sale

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Hard Rock cafe Chewang

Entertainment venues were not included to re-open when the curfew was lifted. 

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Henry Africas

A busy pub, shuttered down and with no indication as to when or even if it can re-open.

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Soi Green Mango

Will entertainment zones be allowed to re-open?  Nobody knows.

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Hush nightclub 

Once a popular night spot within Soi Green Mango, Chewang Koh Samui.

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 Beer Bars Soi Green Mango

Since the latest easing of restrictions Bars across the country like ths one will remain closed for now.

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Green Mango nightclub

Has the pandemic marked an end of an era even for long established nightclubs like the Green Mango?

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Hooters Chewang

Remains to be seen if we'll ever see the Hooters girls serve cold beer and chicken wings again.

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Regae Street Chewang

Regae street a small soi with beer bars, you won't see girls in miniskirts and high heels or hear bells ringing at the moment.

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Bar closures Regae street

For many bars in Koh Samui like this one in soi Regae, it's already to late.

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 'Variety Bars' Lamai

No sectors have been harder hit than hospitality, nightlife and entertainment by the  lockdown and ensuing emergeny decree.

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'Variety Bars' Lamai

These bars and the Thai boxing hosted on Saturdays have been shut down for over three months.

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Lamai Beach  Koh Samui

Precautions for beaches put into place during the pandemic to prevent the spread of covid-19.

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Lamai Beach

Not a single holidaymaker in sight on this 3km stretch of white sand beach.

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Lamai Beach Koh Samui

Lamai Beach the towns main draw, not a single tourist.

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Chewang Beach

No beach party's , no volley ball and not a single jetski on this beach, once  a top destination for beach holidays. 

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Chewang Beach

Like the town this white sand beach remains empty.

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Wat Phra Yai 'Big Buddha'

A popular sight-seeing attraction, not a single soul.

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Hinta Hinyai

Grandfather and Grandmother Rocks., Sothern most end of Lamai Beach.

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Hinta Hinyai

Souvenir and refreshment stalls will remain closed for now.

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Hinta Hinyai & Lamai Beach

A popular sight-seeing attraction without a single tourist in sight.

UPDATE

June 15 marked the end of the curfew. in Thailand ...

Lamai and Chewang by day 16.00pm and by night 20.00pm, June 23. 2020

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FEED KOH SAMUI FUNDRAISER

The Pandemic and the ensuing Emergency Decree in Thailand have caused immeasurable economic impact across the country. Probably no sectors have been harder hit than hospitality, entertainment and nightlife.

Koh Samui is no exception, in fact tourism and the hospitality, entertainment and nightlife people come for makes up for 90 percent of Samui's economy.

Due to the devastating impact of the lockdown many businesses are now permanently closed, which has left  many locals, inter-provincial and migrant workers who rely heavily on the tourist trade to make a living, struggling to feed themselves and their families.

Our humanitarian goal during this ensuing unprecedented period is to help the most needy and as many people without a job as possible, by delivering food parcels until they can start once again to support themselves.

We understand that many of you back in your home country are at a loss struggling with this pandemic, but if you can, we ask you to dig deep for this worthy cause.

Thank you

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UPDATE 

The Transport Co., Ltd. has announced the resumption of interprovincial bus services on the Southern routes from 9 June, following the government’s relaxations for public transport to travel across provinces during the night-time curfew hours (23.00 – 03.00 Hrs.) 

The resumption of bus services to the South will be on the following routes (from Mo Chit 2 bus terminal): Bangkok-Ko Samui; Bangkok-Phuket; Bangkok-Dan Nok; Bangkok-Satun; Bangkok-Krabi; Bangkok-Chumphon; Bangkok-Lang Suan, and Bangkok-Three Pagodas Pass. 

We will now be offering those who desperately need to get back home bus tickets.

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