A boat delivers drinking water to Phi Phi Don Island, in Thailand, in 2016.A boat delivers drinking water to Phi Phi Don Island, in Thailand, in 2016.
A boat delivers drinking water to Phi Phi Don Island, in Thailand, in 2016.
Mercedes Hutton
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Thailand’s Phi Phi Islands face drinking water crisis, and too many tourists are to blame

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A boat delivers drinking water to Phi Phi Don Island, in Thailand, in 2016.A boat delivers drinking water to Phi Phi Don Island, in Thailand, in 2016.
A boat delivers drinking water to Phi Phi Don Island, in Thailand, in 2016.
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