Koh Larn drone video by GVA Drone

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GVA Drone have made this drone video to aware Thai people about the ecologic disaster that is becoming the Island of Koh Larn. Interesting to see, share if you can.




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17 Comments
  1. Reality is the whole planet has this problem……we just don’t see it – waste needs to be managed better

  2. Armin Stolzlechner willkommen im Paradies …. 2:44

  3. I LIKE THIS ISLAND IF YOU GO INLAND TO THE TOWN THERE IS A VERY NICE LITTLE HOTEL RIGHT ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE ISLAND FACING THE MAINLAND WITH ITS OWN DECK RIGHT ON THE WATER THE LADY WHO OWN IT IS VERY NICE I WISH I COULD REMEMBER THE NAME OF THE HOTEL ITS VERY SMALL WITH SLIDING GLASS DOORS ON EVERY ROOM OPENING ONTO THE DECK AND DOWN THE STREET THERE’S A NICE LITTLE RESTAURANT WITH LIVE MUSIC IN THE BACK YARD

  4. Ingo Busch Jurgen Mario

  5. All of Thailand is drounding in rubbish.. I would not want to see the deponie of Pattaya or other major Cities.. They should start to recycle, and burn the rest instead of burying.. And for the sake of the future educate their citizens about long term damages of Plastic overdose.. Thailand is addicted to Plastic..

  6. Thailand as a Country is a whore.
    & just like all whores, its primary interest is selling itself for money.
    Money money money is the only thing that Thailand loves or believes in.
    Thailand, a beautiful Country that rotten to the core internally. 😢

  7. Sad but true 🤪😱😎

  8. Agreed.. Sad but true..

  9. Whooo same here in the philippines boracay beach

  10. they dont care about that ….. they only care about fast money , and drink sangsom at the evening … :/

  11. The tour operators have flooded every beach with there boats. Its discusting all you see is there boats.

  12. Thai people do not care about this or they are too weak to rise up againts the government’s policies. Above all, they want more money to make they rich enough.

    Do not talk about environment and sustainability issue.

  13. How very sad. I was blessed to visit Thailand 20years ago when maybe their was only a few beach huts a sometimes me and my girlfriend were the only people, apart from a few locals, it was pure paradise. But now I feel sad with tears in my eyes. I wish I had never told a single soul about how beautiful it was. As I’m feel partly to blame for making these destinations so popular. The only positive thing I can say, that the poor fisherman/family that owned the land around those areas are doing well now. But I hope the Thai government and the world will now do something to save these beautiful gems of the world.

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