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By: Ylee , 12:12 PM GMT on February 03, 2013
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Khao Lak is roughly a 12 1/2 mile strip of seaside resorts in southern Thailand. It distinguishes itself by being surrounded by national parks and uncrowded beaches, and the residents live at a relatively slow pace. Tourism is the #1 industry here, as the main road through the area is lined with tourist-oriented businesses.
The Boxing Day Tsunami of 2004 officially claimed the lives of over 4000 residents and tourists, with another 3000 unaccounted for. Since then, the locals have done a remarkable job of rebuilding, albeit mostly on higher ground!
Above is a new tsunami storm shelter. The landscape is dotted with tsunami sirens to alert everyone to flee to higher ground.
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