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A Thai tour guide’s long-tail boat carrying two foreign tourists sank in the waters of Krabi province in southern Thailand, on Saturday. Luckily, nearby boats and national park officials were able to rescue them just in time. The ship’s 43 year old captain, Prasit Sansamut, took two foreign tourists – their nationalities unspecified – out on a long-tail boat to behold the beauty of Koh Hong island, located in between Krabi’s coast and Koh Yao Noi island in the Andaman sea. The long-tail battled with strong waves in the open sea and water quickly filled up the boat, which began […]

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This article might be more informative it the author did a bit more research and mentioned the exact week in which these festivals are being celebrated in that particular month. That will enable the travelers who are interested to pay a visit arrange their travel to Thailand accordingly. 

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