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Khao Yai Tourist found dead

22 Jan 2021 11:01 - 22 Jan 2021 23:47 #5570 by INFO
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Not a good couple of weeks for Khao Yai as the sad stories continue with another tourist's body being found, this time at the bottom of the scenic point at Pha Diew Dai cliff ........

"Officials investigated the scene and found the body of Thatchaphong Phongmee, aged 27 years, lying at the bottom of the cliff, which is about 60 metres high."

Reda more at ......

www.nationthailand.com/news/30401636

www.bangkokpost.com/thailand/general/205...fftop-lookout-closed

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23 Jan 2021 00:28 #5571 by wvwv
Replied by wvwv on topic Khao Yai Tourist found dead
another trail closed for no doubt a few months at least.  if I ever come a cropper in a national park before I die i will write a note asking them to please not close the trail, so other tourists can still enjoy it.

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