Pollution in Koh Samui, Thailand

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Pollution in Koh Samui, Thailand

Air Pollution
57.50 Moderate
Drinking Water Pollution and Inaccessibility
50.00 Moderate
Dissatisfaction with Garbage Disposal
77.50 High
Dirty and Untidy
56.82 Moderate
Noise and Light Pollution
45.00 Moderate
Water Pollution
77.27 High
Dissatisfaction with Spending Time in the City
56.82 Moderate
Dissatisfaction with Green and Parks in the City
50.00 Moderate

Purity and Cleanliness in Koh Samui, Thailand

Air quality
42.50 Moderate
Drinking Water Quality and Accessibility
50.00 Moderate
Garbage Disposal Satisfaction
22.50 Low
Clean and Tidy
43.18 Moderate
Quiet and No Problem with Night Lights
55.00 Moderate
Water Quality
22.73 Low
Comfortable to Spend Time in the City
43.18 Moderate
Quality of Green and Parks
50.00 Moderate

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Last update: December 2023

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2 Comments so far
Tom on Jul 15, 2021:
No dead seaweed leaves oily residue. The oily residue is human waste full of nitrogen which is fed by algae— this makes the sea full of nutrients which then feeds more algae suffocating the sea life esp. corals. Big problem in Thailand. It’s human doing. Nothing else.
Anonymous on May 07, 2021:
I live expat retired in Samui 500 meters away from Lamai Beach and can explain the comment from Anthony Flanagan.
Every Year somme Seaweed finish a cycle of life and climb to the surface of the Sea and is pushed by the wind to the shore and it smells. It is natural and it does not stay very long. Nothing to do it is the nature.