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FREE AIRPORT Wi-Fi Phuket Locked in Stone Age

Category: Tourism, Posted:20 May 2012 | 10:52 am

I'm sitting in the budget terminal in Kuala Lumpur waiting for my flight to Jakarta.
Having a few hours between flights I quickly check out the Wi-Fi connection.
Bingo! It's a strong fast signal and it's free.
This is Malaysia, and not a world away from Thailand.
Phuket's airport continues to stun travelers like a blunt hit on the head by its choice to remain in the dark ages of travel.
Nostalgia is great for movies, wine and an old photo, but please getting connected these days is on the top of everyone's travel list.
In a country that heavily relies on tourism, making travel sane and pleasant isn't too much to ask? Or is it.

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