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Ko Samui is lite­ra­lly the late­st trea­su­re che­st of unta­mpe­red natu­ral beau­ties and deli­g­hts to be unea­r­thed in Thai­land after the prior pro­spe­cts Bangkok, Phu­ket & Patta­ya are app­roa­ching inevi­ta­ble satu­ra­tion compli­men­ted by sur­ging pri­ces in real esta­te. So for tho­se from the West loo­king to unwind in the lap of sun­shi­ne, bea­ches and tro­pi­cal deli­g­hts whi­le stee­ring clear from the noi­se, con­ge­stion and cro­wds, Ko Samui loo­ks the bets pro­ba­ble match. However, all is not well on the sho­res of Ko Samui. Even befo­re it had ari­sen out of its she­ll to emb­ra­ce its bri­g­ht futu­re with baby ste­ps, tro­pi­cal sto­rm Pabuk unlea­shed its wra­th lashing abso­lu­te mayhem as it passed throu­gh the Gulf of Thai­land.

When the ill fated tro­pi­cal sto­rm Pabuk arrived fina­lly as it cou­r­sed throu­gh the Gulf of Thai­land on, the­re was much ado for nothing as it passed by the nei­g­hbou­ring islan­ds of Ko Phan­gan and Ko Samui without impa­cting any major dama­ge. The sto­rm whi­ch was expe­cted to be equi­pped with the poten­tial to  comple­te­ly wipe out the Thai islan­ds into extin­ction was see­ming­ly qui­te har­mle­ss than was pre­di­cted as it left most of the ter­ri­to­ries it passed by unsca­thed and fina­lly dissi­pa­ting when it con­f­ron­ted the main­land strip.

Fer­ry boat servi­ces had remain ten­ta­tive­ly suspen­ded without fur­ther noti­ce as the sto­rm was fore­ca­st to lash out heavi­ly acro­ss the coa­st of Koh Samui and extend onto the Anda­man Coa­st as well with its impa­ct. However the fer­ry servi­ces from Sura­ttha­ni to Samui were laun­ched back in ope­ra­tion sho­r­tly after a two-day sto­p­gap as a pre­cau­tio­na­ry method again­st the sto­rm. The Ko Samui air­po­rt whi­ch was also shu­tdo­wn pre­ma­tu­re­ly as a safe­ty pre­cau­tion resu­med servi­ces after a brief lock down for two days.

Having said that, the wea­ther repo­r­ts have clea­r­ly sta­ted that the coa­st of Ko Samui wou­ld be reci­pient of erra­tic sho­wers and incle­ment wea­ther as a coro­lla­ry of the low pre­ssu­re pocket crea­ted by tro­pi­cal sto­rm Pabuk. As a resu­lt, bea­ch autho­ri­ties have pro­hi­bi­ted swi­mming and the bea­ch too has been kept out of boun­ds for tou­ri­sts and loca­ls as a safe­ty mea­su­re. This see­ms to be grave­st impa­ct in the after­ma­th of the Pabuk whi­ch tur­ned out to be qui­te a damp squid for the enti­re furo­re that it crea­ted prior to its arrival. Tou­ri­sts who had boo­ked into the island reso­rt during this period are lite­ra­lly on hou­se arre­st con­fi­ned to their hotel roo­ms for their own safe­ty con­cer­ns. Hote­ls and busi­ne­sses on the Koh Samui islan­ds however began clea­ning up behind the sto­rm soon after its depa­r­tu­re was announ­ced with no repo­r­ts of any major dama­ge from the tre­men­dous for­ce of win­ds and rain. All pro­per­ty owners and hospi­ta­li­ty fran­chi­ses have admi­tted to mini­mal or no dama­ge to their pro­per­ty or asse­ts with the major pro­blem being repo­r­ted as inconve­nien­ce cau­sed to pat­rons and tou­ri­sts stu­ck on the island during this period. Most loca­ls pla­yed down the impa­ct of Pabuk and in gene­ral any thun­der sto­r­ms as they are not a new phe­no­me­non for them. However, it was repo­r­ted  that some very lar­ge waves brou­g­ht in a lot of deb­ris as the resi­dual spoi­ls of the natu­ral cala­mi­ty.

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