Staff set up a beach umbrella and chairs at a resort as they await the arrival of tourists in Rayong province in eastern Thailand. Photo: AFP Staff set up a beach umbrella and chairs at a resort as they await the arrival of tourists in Rayong province in eastern Thailand. Photo: AFP
Staff set up a beach umbrella and chairs at a resort as they await the arrival of tourists in Rayong province in eastern Thailand. Photo: AFP
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Staff set up a beach umbrella and chairs at a resort as they await the arrival of tourists in Rayong province in eastern Thailand. Photo: AFP Staff set up a beach umbrella and chairs at a resort as they await the arrival of tourists in Rayong province in eastern Thailand. Photo: AFP
Staff set up a beach umbrella and chairs at a resort as they await the arrival of tourists in Rayong province in eastern Thailand. Photo: AFP
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