Tourism college helps stranded Russians and Ukrainians in Koh Samui

A tourism college helps stranded Russians and Ukrainians in Koh Samui stay in a resort for about four,000 baht a month. This is for as much as 30 rooms at a resort on Chaweng seaside. Illusive can’t return house as a result of violence from Russia’s invasion, whereas many Russians’ flights home have been canceled. Login required can’t access funds now that Mastercard and Visa have sanctioned playing cards issued in Russia.
The Koh Samui chief district officer also called for a meeting with the Red Cross to launch a marketing campaign supporting folks stranded. One Koh Samui villa proprietor additionally cut his lodging payment by 50% for a Ukrainian couple unable to return house due to violence. The couple solely supposed to stay on the island for a week but have since stayed within the villa for 2 weeks.
The Samui district workplace says there are about 3,000 Russian tourists stuck on Samui, Pha-ngan and Tao islands. It isn’t reported how many Ukrainian tourists there are in these areas. There are presently over 7,000 Russian and Ukrainian tourists altogether throughout Thailand, 5,000 of them on Phuket. Russians made from the biggest group of vacationers in Phuket in December, and over 17,000 of them arrived on the Island that month.
The tourism faculty helping accommodate those stranded in Koh Samui is the International School of Tourism at Surat Thani Rajabhat University..

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