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The Tsunami Building at Khuk Khak Beach 2010
Thailand

I vacationed in Khao Lak 2010th First time in Thailand. I rented a motorcycle and toured the surrounding area. I discovered this building that does not really fit in with the environment. I looked into the building and found that it was built after the Tsunami that hit the area on 26 Dec 2004. So it is here people will get when the next tsunami alarms go.

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