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Power off in Kamala, Phuket this Friday. Check if you’re affected.

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Electricity will be out around large chunks of Kamala this Friday (August 9). The power outage will be from 9am-5pm, according to the Phuket Electrical Authority. Most of the town’s main businesses, restaurants and bars will be without power, unless they’re at the northern end of the town. Phuket Fantasea will not be affected.

Areas affected include from the Khao Loob Yak Hill (from Patong) to opposite Soi Hua Kuan Neua, Soi Pa Jak, along Layee-Nakalay Road and along Rim Hat Road.

Some of the businesses affected, running along Kamala-Patong Road, will include Top Chareon glasses shop, Ratana Apart-Hotel Kamala, Siam Commercial Bank, The Thaiger and FazWaz offices, Kamala Resort, Baan Montra, KrungThai Bank, Bangkok Bank, Big C Market, The Club Residence, Kamala Post Office, Krung Sri Bank, Sunprime Kamala Beach and Sunwing Kamala Beach.

Along the Layee-Nakalay Road, affected areas will include the Kamala Beach Inn, The Desk, Andara Resort and Residence, White Orchid Kamala, Aquamarine Resort & Villa, Laem Son Villa, Iyara Baan Thai, Ayara Kamala Resort and Spa, Cape Amarin Estate, Jomchang Resort, The Naka Phuket, Cape Sienna Phuket Gourmet Hotel & Villas, Grand Himalai Oceanfront Residence and the Hyatt Regency Phuket Resort.

In Soi Pajak, affected businesses include the Chabana Kamala Hotel, Peter Kamala Guesthouse and The Palms Resort will be affected.

In Soi Rim Had, businesses affected are Rajaprajanugroh 36 School, The Oasis, Kamala Public Health Center, Commemoration Public Park, Beer House Bar & Restaurant and the Wat Kamala.

If you want more information call Patong Phuket Electrical Authority office on 07 634 5574.

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