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Merry Christmas, Phuket

PHUKET: While many expats across the island are celebrating Christmas today, government offices and many businesses on Phuket will remain open.


By The Phuket News

Friday 25 December 2020, 08:26AM


Christmas Day is enjoyed by Thais across the nation, but today is not a public holiday in Thailand.

As such, all government offices, including Phuket Immigration, remain open, as will banks and other important institutions.

From all of us here at Class Act Media and IMAGE asia, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

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DeKaaskopp | 27 December 2020 - 14:45:25

Thank you Timothy for coming up with an early "New year's address". Well done !  Can't say the opposite as it could be seen as an attack again. Happy new year ! 555

Timothy | 27 December 2020 - 09:35:27

Thank you Mr. Editor. There are three (probably all the same person) who only bully commenters. They never make a comment about an article or issue. When one attacks a commenter, the other two always join in....They/He seems to have a real problem with anyone sharing their opinions on the topic of an article. Must be very lonely.  

Pascale | 26 December 2020 - 14:40:25

@PN    Comment ?

JohnC | 26 December 2020 - 07:59:31

Sad pathetic Phuket News removes comments it doesn't like. What ever happened to the media mantra, "freedom of speech"

[NOTE: Comments by several users have not be approved over the past few days because they targeted particular people with nothing more than derogatory language. This is illegal under anti-cyberbullying law, and breaches terms of being allowed to post comments. Kee...

JohnC | 25 December 2020 - 09:53:27

Seriously?? Christmas is not enjoyed by Thais across the nation unless they are christians. Otherwise why would they? Ridiculous thing to say!

 

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