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Electrical power restored to Koh Samui in time for High Season

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Electrical power restored to Koh Samui in time for High Season

 

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Sanook reported that residents of holiday destination Koh Samui were breathing a sigh of relief that electrical power has been restored to the island. 

 

Noppachart Pasokenitthakan of the electrical authorities said that an under water cable had now been repaired. 

 

This repair means that power from a sub-station in Khanom is now reaching the Samui 2 sub-station as normal. 

 

Problems have been ongoing for months but now adequate electricity is available as the December high season looms. 

 

Source: Sanook

 
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Only problem is very few tourists are coming to the islands these days . I have never known a year be so quiet and I live on the so called party island. Nevertheless it is good to know the electricity is back to normal.

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4 hours ago, farang62 said:

Not at my place, wild voltage fluctuation still occur during peak hours.

"Wild voltage fluctuation" indicates that it's back to normal Samui electric power supply...😉

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5 hours ago, crazykopite said:

Only problem is very few tourists are coming to the islands these days . I have never known a year be so quiet and I live on the so called party island. Nevertheless it is good to know the electricity is back to normal.

It's below low season from November 1st till just before Xmas – in older time, not that many years ago, some resorts closed in that period, and so did part of the party-life – some of the nigh-end resorts seems to have customers, but they might not be the people you normally meet in the nightlife, whilst the affordable bungalows looks quite deserted, as they used to be this time of the year. However, a few year ago there were quite a number of Russian tourists in the very low season...🙂

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