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« Απάντηση #30 στις: Απρίλιος 05, 2019, 15:12:10 μμ »
Το Chiang Mai σε κρίση:

Τουρίστες και κάτοικοι του Chiang Mai μιλώντας πίσω από τις μάσκες, είπαν "Είναι τρομερό και μυρίζει" , "Η ρύπανση είναι πραγματικά τρομερή, πρώτη φορά βλέπουμε τόσο καπνό", "Είναι τρομερό για τους ηλικιωμένους και για τα παιδιά"...

Ακυρώνονται κρατήσεις ξενοδοχείων ενόψει του Songkran...


Life is too short to be living somebody else's dream

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« Απάντηση #31 στις: Απρίλιος 05, 2019, 15:14:46 μμ »
Chiang Mai in crisis: Foreigners give their verdict "terrible and it smells"

Tourists and residents of Chiang Mai alike have told the Thai media in no uncertain terms what they think of the ongoing smog crisis in the northern Thai province. 
 
Speaking behind face masks they said that it was terrible and it smells. Particularly badly hit are retirees and children.
 
The damning verdict comes as TNA reported hotel bookings massively down at Songkran with Thais in particular deciding to give the north of their country a wide berth for the holidays.

TNA MCOT reporter Praphaphan Lomsri said in her report that Chiang Mai was in crisis as the smog situation has got worse and worse since the end of last year.
 
La-iat Bunsrithong of the Northern Hoteliers' Association told her that hotel bookings were down from last years' 85% occupancy at Songkran to 60% this year.
 
Of this many are Thais. Some 70% of the tourists to Chiang Mai at Songkran are Thai and they are going elsewhere as the news of the PM 2.5 particles strikes home. Some are even choosing going abroad rather than stay in Thailand.
 
The holidays may be cheaper in Thailand but with filthy air far worse than Bangkok why stay, was the message.
 
The reporter also sought out a foreign tourist seemingly from Eastern Europe who shook her head and said about Chiang Mai: " "It smells - very much".
 
Another European retiree who said he was a six year resident spoke behind a mask saying: "The pollution is really terrible. It is the first time that we see so much smoke.

"It's terrible for children and terrible for old people like me"
 
Then with an air of frustration he added: "I don't understand why it's so smoky".
 
The reporter hoped that the visit of PM Praut Chan-ocha would lead to measures being put in place to end the desperate situation that she referred to as a crisis for the north.
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