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Ko Panyi, Thailand

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Ko Panyi is a fishing village in Thailand’s Phang Nga Province, built on stilts in the waters of the
 

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May 6 · Issue #250 · View online
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Ko Panyi is a fishing village in Thailand’s Phang Nga Province, built on stilts in the waters of the Andaman Sea. It was established at the end of the 18th century by nomadic fishermen and is home to roughly 360 families, or 1,680 people. The village has a school, a mosque, shops and restaurants for tourists, and even a floating soccer pitch built by local children from rafts and scraps of wood.

Source imagery: Jordan Hammond (@jordhammond)

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