From the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office –
Latest update: Summary – on the evening of 6 February 2018 there was a large fire on Koh Phi Phi island in Krabi province; if you’re on the island, you should follow the instructions of the local authorities and emergency services; British nationals who require assistance should call the British Embassy in Bangkok on +66 (0)23 05833 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
from Travel Advice Summary, which can be found at: https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/thailand
UPDATE: Fire on Koh Phi Phi – more at https://t.co/EHW34dDOk4
The fire zone following the blaze on Phi Phi last night is being cleared since this morning (January 7) while Ao Nang Sub-district Administration Organization (OrBorTor), tourism businesses and Phi Phi Island Prote… pic.twitter.com/ZjBvBpB2PR
— Phuket Gazette (@phuketgazette) February 7, 2018
Blaze in guesthouse on Koh Phi Phi – more at https://t.co/HJUxfw66oa
A fire broke out at a row of shophouses on Ko Phi-Phi around 9.30 last night, prompting evacuation of local residents and tourists.
The fire started at a small hotel, the October Guesthouse, in Soi Slinky… pic.twitter.com/xTvu0YIfrJ
— Phuket Gazette (@phuketgazette) February 6, 2018
Hoping the travellers in Koh Phi Phi are safe after the fire last night. Please take the safest course of action and take care of each other.https://t.co/ICROfS6RgT
— Tallypack (@tallypack) February 7, 2018
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