RAYONG : Tourism operators on Koh Samet have expressed concerns over the resort island's future after parts of it were severely affected by Saturday's crude oil leakage.
Crude oil washed ashore from the slick is sucked into a container before being taken away for disposal. THITI WANNAMONTHA
Prapan Sukrachang, chairman of Samet Passenger Bus Service Club, said tourists could change their destinations after the oil leak hit Ao Phrao, the island's prime tourist spot. "We expect the island's tourist income to halve," he said.
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