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Koh Tao Police Station between Mae Haad and Sairee Beach
Koh Tao

Koh Tao has friendly English speaking Police officers ready to help tourist and locals on Koh Tao.   Located between Mae Haad and Sairee Beach their office is open all the time.

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Uploaded: 24/09/2011
Updated: 07/05/2014
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Tags: koh; tao; police; station; between; mae; haad; sairee; beach
  • Shannon Lanaway 6 months ago
    I am Conrad's mom, apparently he is not making sense to his friends and has lost his wits somewhat. Would mind putting out a search for him and his where abouts. Last timehis friends saw him they were really worried and have notified me that I get him home. Thank you for any help you maybe able to offer Conrad.Pctures of Conrad Lanaway are available on his facebook. Shannon Lanaway
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