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Krabi Information at Andamanee Boutique Resort at Nopparatthara Beach , Ao Phranang in Krabi ,Thaland


blank spaceKrabi is is located in the Andaman Sea, 814 kilometres from Bangkok, covering an area of 4,708 square kilometres. From archaeological discoveries, it is believed that Krabi was one of the oldest communities in Thailand dating from the prehistoric period. It is also believed that Krabi was once the town of Ban Thai Samo, one of 12 royal cities that used a monkey as the town symbol. Krabi was a dependency town of the Nakhon Si Thammarat Kingdom. Another legend indicates that the town may have taken its name after the meaning of Krabi, which means sword. This may have stemmed from a legend that says an ancient sword was unearthed prior to the citys founding. Later, the sword became a symbol of Krabi.

blank spaceThe province consists of mountains, hills, plains, and mangrove forests, including more than 130 large and small islands. Krabi town has a 5-metre-long river, which flows through town and ends at the Andaman Sea in Tambon Pak Nam. There are several canals in Krabi including Khlong Pakasai, Khlong Krabi Yai and Khlong Krabi Noi (ͧк), all of them originate from Phanom Bencha mountain range, the highest mountain range in Krabi. The province is also full of white sandy beaches, crystal clear seawater, beautiful islands, verdant forest with caves, and waterfalls, including more than 100 offshore islands.

bullet Ao Luek 43 kilometres

bullet Plai Phraya 66 kilometres

bullet Khao Phanom 39 kilometrses

bullet Khlong Thom 42 kilometres

bullet Ko Lanta 103 kilometres

bullet Lam Thap 67 kilometres

bullet Nuea Khlong 17 kilometres

bullet Phang-nga 88 kilometres

bullet Phuket 188 kilometres

bullet Trang 136 kilometres

bullet Surat Thani 150 kilometres

bullet Nakhon Si Thammarat 202 kilometres

Getting There

blank spaceFrom Bangkok By Air 1 hour 20 mins. Regular direct flights to Krabi are operated by Thai Airways International, Thai Air Asia.( Schedules are subject to change)

1. By Air

blank spaceFom Don Muang Domestic Airport or Suwannabhumi airport to Krabi Airport takes appoximately 1 hour and 20 minutes. Flight tables and Ticket prices are subject to change please check with the respective websites. Details about airlines operates daily service to Krabi are as followings.

Domestic Flights

1.Thai Airways [ flights leave both of Suwannabhumi airport and Donmuang airport]
2.Thai Air Asia [ flights only leave from Suwannabhumi airport]

International Flights

Thai Air Asia from Kualalumpur to Krabi.

2. By Bus

blank spaceNon-air-conditioned buses and air-conditioned coaches leave for Krabi daily from Bangkoks Southern Bus Terminal at Talad Koa. Air-conditioned buses, varying in 3 types, depart from Bangkok
The schedule mentioned above may be changed. Please check a current schedule from the Southern Bus Terminal

3. By Rail

blank spaceThere is no direct train from Bangkok to Krabi. Visitors may take a train from Bangkok Railway Station called the Hualamphong Railway Station to Suratthani, Trang or Thung Song, Nakhon Si Thammarat, and then ride a bus or a taxi to Krabi. For train schedules and cost details, please contact Bangkok Railway Station.

4. By Car

1. From Bangkok 946 km route drive down Highway 4. via Phetchaburi prachuab Khiri Khan Chumphon Ranong Phangnga to Krabi.

2. From Bangkok - 814 km route take Kighway 4 till reach Chumphon. Then take the diversion to Highway 41. Proceed till you reach Amphoe Wiang Sa and then change over to Highway 4035 to Amphoe Ao Luk. Here you turn towards Highway 4 and proceed to Krabi.

3. From Phuket 3 hr drive along Highway 402 then HW 4. this is a total distance of 185 km. There are regular buses leaving Phuket for Krabi every hour starting from 7.00 am daily. There are A/C and Non A/c buses available.

Krabi Attraction at Andamanee Boutique Resort at Nopparatthara Beach , Ao Phranang in Krabi ,Thaland

Festival

blank space"Krabi Boek Fa Andaman Festival" is annually held to inaugurate the provinces tourist season. The festival features parades, local products contests, sea Kayak competitions and boat races.

blank spaceLoi Ruea Chao Le Festival is a rare festival on Ko Lanta of sea gypsies. The festival is held annually, on the full moon day in the sixth and the eleventh months of the lunar calendar. The sea gypsies on Ko Lanta and from neighbouring areas will gather at the beach near Ban Sala Dan to float boats in the sea in order to bring good luck. The Rong Ngeng, a typical southern dance as well as traditional music, will be performed around the boats.

bullet Area Code : 075

bullet Tourist Police : 075 637 308

bullet Emergency : 1699

bullet Krabi Hospital : 075 611 212

bullet Koh Lanta Hospital : 075 697 017, 697 100

bullet Immigration Office : 075 611 097

bullet Bus Station : 075 611 804

bullet Airport : 075 636 541-2

bullet Coordination Center Krabi Tourism : 075 612 740

blank spaceMini vans and Tuk- tuks are the common mode of transportation in Krabi. You can stop them any where on the road to get in. Motor Cycle taxis are also available. You need not look for them ;they shall rather spot you at any intersections. But please be prudent to fix the rates before you make use of the services.

blank spaceCars and rental jeeps are reasonably priced and readily available. But there are uninsured vehicles as well a plenty. So please make sure that the vehicle you hire is having proper insurance cover.

Boat Transport to Phi Phi Island from Phuket & Krabi

blank spacePhi Phi islands are accessible only by boat. If you are in the Krabi town, you go straight to the Boat jetty at the new pier 2-3 Kilometers from Krabi town. The ferry shall take you to Ao Nang Beach or the famous Rai Lay as well enroute. The trip to Phi Phi takes some 2 hrs. daily two trips are available round trip.

blank spaceIf you are in Phuket and want to go to Phi Phi , you have to proceed to the Deep Sea Port at the Phuket town. There is only one trip a day.

BOAT TRANSPORT TO OTHER AREAS WITHIN THE PROVINCE

blank spaceThere are a number of other boats departing from the Chaofa Ship-berth, Khongkha Road, in Krabi Town for other islands within the Krabi area such as Koh Lanta, Koh Bubu and Koh Jam. No need to book, just go down to the jetty and pay once aboard.

blank spaceBoat to/from Phuket/Krabi There is a direct boat service to/from Phuket/Krabi daily. The boat, leaves Phuket ferry terminal (where the Phi Phi ferries leave) each morning between 08.00 and 08.30 each morning and arrives at Ao Nang Beach (south-west of Krabi Town) about 2 hours later. It returns to Phuket in the afternoon at 15.00 and the service includes a free shuttle service to Phuket Town and the costs is 400 baht one way.

blank spaceThere are two ways to reach Krabi by road. One route is the Phuket- Koh Phi Phi Krabi and the other one is via Surat Thani or Nakhon Si Thammarat. The second one from the eastern coast of the peninsula.

blank spaceMany of the tourist, especially those who arrive by the east coast take the second route and proceed to Krabi on their way to Phuket.

blank spaceThere is regular songtao service between Krabi town and Ao nang. The white songtao takes 30 minutes for a trip. Chartering a country boat is more interesting. It is only marginally expensive.

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Krabis attraction

Krabi Town

blank spaceSituated on the banks of the Krabi River, this erstwhile fishing port, retains much of its traditional air. Khao Khanap Nam, two hills 100-metre high paralleling the Krabi River, are the symbol of the town. Steps lead to caves with stalactites and stalagmites. A large number of human skeletons, of immigrants who died in floods, have been found here. To visit them, take long-tail boat from Chaofa Pier, just 15 minutes. Along the way is mangrove forest.

Khao Khanap Nam

blank spaceThese two hills, roughly 100 meters high, flank the Krabi River running between them to form a distinctive vista and the town's most prominent landmark. To visit them, take a long-tail boat from Chao Fa Pier; travel time is just 15 minutes. From there take stairs leading up to caves with stalactites and stalagmites. A large number of human skeletons have been found here. It is theorized that they and the remains of people who came and established a home at Kanab Nam, but were cut off by an inundation and quickly perished.

Susan Hoi (Fossil Shell Beach)

blank spaceThe shell graveyard at Ban Laem Pho was once a large freshwater swamp, home to a kind of snail. Over eons dating from the Tertiary Age, about 40 million years ago, these snails lived and died by the million, to the extent that the dead snails formed a layer upon which existed the living. Eventually, weather changes precipitated the swamp's disappearance, but by then the layer of fossilized snail shells was forty centimeters thick, resting on ten centimeters of lignite below which is the subsoil. Because of geographic upheaval, this Shelly limestone is now distributed in great broken sheets of impressive magnitude on the seashore at Laem Pho.

Wat Tham Suea or Tiger Cave Temple

blank spaceThis temple, also known as "Tiger cave Temple," is 9 kilometres north of Krabi Town. The inside of this cave features tiger prints captured in stone, and is in the middle of a lush forest, with enormous, ancient trees. As well as serving as a temple, this site is also very significant archaeologically, as many artifacts have been found on the premises, including tools, pottery, and the mold for the Buddha's footprint. In addition, there are several other caves in the surrounding hills. It is one of the more interesting temple complexes in southern Thailand, as the monks live and worship within a maze of natural caves in an overgrown jungle valley. Wat Tham Sua teaches a form of Buddhism called Vipassana (insight meditation), which is based on the teachings of the earliest Buddhist texts. The main tourist attraction in the temple complex is the 1,272 step climb up a limestone tower to see the "footprint of the Buddha". Even if you are in good shape, the heat and humidity make this a difficult hike. Once you make it to the top, you are rewarded with stunning 360? views of the surrounding countryside and the Andaman Sea.

Wat Klong Thom

blank spaceIt is an interesting archaeological site, featuring various kinds of artifacts. Discovered within the area were beads, stone tools, stone and earthen ornaments in animal shapes. The beads are about 5,000 years old. This contains stone tools, bronze implements, metal coins, pottery shards, ceramic and stone decorative arts, and colored beads more than five-thousand years old dug from excavations in the area. The museum is on the grounds of Klong Tom Temple in Tambon Klong Tom Tai, 1 kilometer distant from Klong Tom District office.

Namtok Ron Or Hot Spring Water

blank spaceThese are 12 kilometers from the Klong Tom District office in Tambon Klong Tom Nua. The area is forested and shady; the hot springs are hotter than others nearby.

Sa Kaeo

blank space8 natural springs large and small, the crystal clarity of which gives this place its name, Crystal Springs. They are in Tambon Kao Tong on the Krabi-Nai Sa road, and each has a name : Nam Lod (Water Passing Through), Cherng Kao (Vallery), Jorakeh Kao (White Crocodile), Nam Tip (Heavenly Waters), Nam Krahm (Indigo Water), Morakot (Emerald), Hun Kaeo (Barking Deer) and Noy (Small).

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Beaches

Ao Nang Beach

blank spaceAo Nang is 18 km away from Krabi town and the beach is accessible by road from Krabi. There are 83 islands scattered around and each one of these islands are a short distance away from one another. And during low tides, you can even wade your way to the neighboring island. In this sort of a natural set up, there is little shortage for sandy beaches and crystal clear water. But among them all, Ao Nang beach is supposed to be the best and the most developed beach in the area beacause it has the cleanest of environments with wide range of accommodation and a beautiful stretch of white sand beach surrounded by cliffs on one side. Even Lots of restaurants, bars and probably Krabi's liveliest nightlife are located in this area still it is considered less crowded and more quiet area then other areas. The majestic looking limestone cliffs rising straight from calm, clear waters of the sea and the long beach line that runs the whole length of the resort are great attractions claimed exclusively by Ao Nang. The shallow coast line is very safe for children to play with the waves. The deserted beach of Pai Plong is easily accessible on foot when the tide is low. From Ao Nang Beach you makes an ideal base to explore the surrounding islands such as Poda, Thap, Kai[Chicken] and Mo where there are clean sandy beaches, clear water and schools of colorful fishes in abundance perfect for diving, snorkeling, or swimming. Boats to the islands are boarded at Ao Nang.

Noppharat Thara Beach

blank spaceIn times past villagers in teh area called this three kilometer long beach Hat Klong Haeng, meaning Dry Stream Beach, because when the tide ebbs the stream flowing from the northern mountains almost disappears, so that the beach has no shore and stretches all the way to Koh Kao Pak Klong Island. A great place for a picnic and Just 18 kms from Krabi town. It is a 3-kilometre long sandy beach located 6 kilometres or Just 5 minutes north of Ao Nang and the Headquarters of the Hat Noppharat Thara - Koh Phi Phi National Park- A favourite destination of the locals. Noppharat Thara has a long sandy beach lined with casuarina trees and linked to an offshore island that can be reached when the tide is out. The beach, paved with tiny seashells, was formerly called "Hat Khlong Haeng" by locals, which means dried canal beach. The canal will dry up during low tide and the area turns into a long beach. The headquarters of Hat Noppharat Thara-Mu Ko Phi Phi National Park are situated here. The park covers a large area both onshore and offshore.

blank spaceIn the vicinity of the beach are many places to stay serving tourists. Details and further information may be obtained by writing to Nopparat Thara Beach National Park. Reservation should be made in advance at the Forestry Department in Bangkok, Tel. (02) 5790529 or at the Hat Noppharat Thara National Park, P.O.Box 23, Amphoe Muang, Krabi 81000, Tel. (075) 6347436.

Railay Beach

blank spaceRai Lay is considered to be one of the most beautiful beaches of the world and Thailand's premier climbing destination, the sheer limestone cliffs attract climbers from all over the world.. And this is one of Krabi's most unique areas. This beach is generally divided into two sections, east and west and isolated from the mainland, this beautiful white sandy beach surrounded by limestone cliffs and jungle, provides a wonderful backdrop to the blue waters of the Andaman sea. West Rai Lay offers a broad sandy beach although it has less facilities to offer than Ao Nang still it is quieter and more peaceful. A 10-minute walk to Tham Phranang and Phranang beach is a must. There are no proper roads in this area. The beaches are accessible by long tail boats just a 10-minute boat ride from Ao Nang or 30 minutes from Krabi Town.. This scenario gives a secluded feel to the place.

blank spaceIn Rai Lay, excellent accommodation is available which gives an added attraction to this beach. There are plenty of rock formations in the area. And caves with stalactites and stalagmites are spectcular attraction in Rai Lay. As is quite typical of this area, the limestone geology has forged many interesting rock formations.

blank spaceBeside, these beaches provide opportunities for rock climbing enthusiasts. A spectacular view of the surrounding areas from the top of the cliff is a rewarding experience to the hardship and strain you take to climb the hill side. The facilities including supplies of climbing gear and training for the novice are also available.

Poda Beach

blank spaceThis is another location much favored by tourists. Lying off the coast of Ao Nang , Poda Beach is famous for its pure white sandy beach and warm waters.

blank spaceDiving and snorkeling , sun bathing and boating are the favorite activities in this beach. This is considered to be an ideal place for fun and relaxation.

Pra Nang Beach

blank spaceConnected to Rai Lei by a small path is Phra Nang (not to be confused with Ao Nang) on the outer most point of the headland, backed by a limestone cliff which soars above the beach providing some welcome shade in the hot afternoon. At the bottom of the cliff lies the Princess Cave or Tham Phra Nang Nok - local legend surrounds the cave and local fishermen leave offerings for good fortune.

blank spaceIt's a great beach to simply hang out. In the late morning the "sandwich boats" arrive. Local longtail boats equipped with ice boxes, bread and sandwich ingredients. Fancy a cheese and ham baguette? Freshly made and not expensive, the ladies on the boats will serve with a smile and often a free piece of fruit. A path Swimming and snorkeling can be enjoyed off this pristine, white sandy beach, and from here it is possible to hike to the top of the headland to get spectacular views of the entire area.

Hat Tham Phra Nang

blank spaceAccessible only by boat, this sweeping beach offers fine-grained white sand and crystalline waters, as well as magnificent jagged karsts. Although visitors flock to this beach year-round, it is still extremely pristine, and considered to be the most attractive in the area.

blank spaceThe Inner and Outer Phra Nang Caves, and Phra Nang Lagoon are close by, and offer some truly spectacular views. Accommodation is available over a wide price range. Despite the fact that it is reachable only by boat, this area offers plenty of recreational activities.

Klong Muang Beach/Tubkaak

blank spaceAway from the busy crowds of Ao Nang, just 30 km. from Krabi town and it s the latest beach destination. Klong Muang is aiming upmarket with 5 star and boutique hotels. The lovely duvet soft sand beach overlooks the stunning Hong Islands and the beach merges into the cool Kao Hang Nak Natural Forest in the interior and is one of the most tranquil places in Krabi.

Ao Ta-Lane

blank spaceAbout half way along the coast between Than Bok Khorani and Krabi town is a bay of mangroves that may be the most beautiful in all of Thailand. Here, bays and canyons are like passageways. Recently discovered, this setting superb for having a first time encounter with this ecosystem. In addition, there are very rich faunas. The region contains good examples of traditional villages. Certainly a highlight of this setting is narrow channels cut through two towering karst complexes, which is passable during all but extreme low tide periods. Disney world could never create a more beautiful jungle river cruise than this. Several species of Kingfishers, Little Herons and Crab-Eating Macaques are almost guaranteed sightings in the remains of jewel destination, Undeveloped and without being horrendous crowed. This are, Ao Ta lane though not officially designated as a national park, may soon become one.

Ban Bo Tor

blank spaceThe North Part of Krabi Province boasts dramatic karsts topography and abundance Of caves, there may not be another area of the kingdom with so many intriguing caves in such. Close proximity to one another. The first cave you visit, Tham Lod, has a spectacular tunnel through a karsts richly adorned with stalactites and stalagmites. The entrance to the passage is overhung by a curtain of jungle vines. The limestone cliff surrounding the cave is richly adorned with endemic palms and cycads. Continuing from Tham Lod, it is just a few minutes paddle to "Pee Hua Toe" the big headed ghosts cave. A human skull was found in the nearly 100 pictographs adorning the cave's walls and ceiling. Both real and mythological people and animals are depicted in rich ochre, yellow and black pigments. There are also vast numbers of shells in the sedimentary rock and littering the cave floor, some of which may be part of middles- the garbage refuse of prehistoric cave dwellers. Some of the stalactite formations are also of special interested here as they bend radically towards the light of the main cave entrance. There are actually three openings to this great chamber, the highest of which offers an unspoiled view of the mangroves, limestone crags and sea that has changed little since the time this was home, or a ceremonial site, for ancient seafaring people.

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Islands

PP Island

blank spaceThe name is derived from Malay and the original was Pulao Pi ah Pi, where in pulao is the Malay word for island, and pi, pronounced with only a half p sound, was very close in pronunciation to the English word be; the ah was eventually dropped, so the name was said something like Bi Bi. Later the P was pronounced with a stronger aspiration and the name became the Pi Pi we know today (the h with which it is usually spelled is confusing and superfluous). The name refers to the mangrove wood found there. Six islands are in the group; Phi Phi Don, Phi Phi Ley, Biddah Nok, Biddah Nai, Yung, and Pai; total area is about 35 square kilometers. They were incorporated into the national park in 1983. Some of the interesting places to visit include. Two islands with beautiful powder sand beaches, limestone cliffs, coral reefs and even caves with ancient paintings and swallows nest. Phi Phi is located at an equal distance from both Krabi and Phuket, about 40 kilometres and can be reached by a pleasant 1 hour and 15 minute to 3 hour boat ride, depending on the size of vessel, from the provincial capital's estuarine pier. The best time for a visit is between November and April. Plenty of accommodation is available at the site. You can have beach side bungalows or smaller resorts as you please and a number of accommodations are available at Ao Ton Sai , and Ao Lo Da Lum. Moreover, diving can be done as well at Laem Hua Raket, Hat Yao and Hin Phae.

blank spaceMerely some six square kilometres in area, the rugged Phi Phi Lea is characterised by steep, lightly vegetated cliffs rising from the seabed, hidden bays concealing petite, pristine beaches and calm clear waters, and a spacious, airy cave known as Viking Cave by virtue of purportedly ancient cave murals depicting Viking-like sailing vessels. The cave houses sea swallows whose gelatinous nests are prized by Chinese gourmets.

Ko Phi Phi Le

blank spaceKo Phi Phi Le is a lovely island that covers an area of only 6.6 square kilometres. The main attraction is the rocks and caves. Rugged cliff surfaces with sparse vegetation rising staraight from the sea bed to several metres to the sky provide real challenge to the rock climbing enthusiats. There are several caves where birds roost in their multitudes. The sea swallows make their gelatinous nests in these caves. And these nests are some delicacy in the Chinese cuisine.

The Viking cave

blank spaceThe Viking cave is famous for the murals inside. These paintings depict Viking-like sailing vessels and sailors there by giving the name for the cave. In the northeast of the island is a large cave called Tham Viking. The cave was renamed "Tham Phaya Nak" or Serpent Cave by His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej because of a stone resembling the mythical creature, which His Majesty saw when he paid a visit here in 1072. The cave is considered sacred to locals who come here to collect swallow nests. Inside the eastern and southern parts of the cave are ancient colour paintings of elephants and various types of boats, including an Arabian sailboat, a European sailboat, a sampan, a Chinese junk, and a steamboat. It is believed the paintings were the works of sea merchants or pirates because the study of west-to-east ship routes indicates that this area may have been a stopover for boats seeking shelter from storms, transferring cargo or making repairs.

Koh Lanta Yai Area: 152 sqkm

blank spaceIt was formerly known log ago as Pulao Satak, its name in the Malay language, which means Long Beach Island. Later, so many Thais, both Buddhist and Muslim, came to live on the island that there seemed to be a million eyes, which is what some people think Lanta means in Thai. Others hold that the name is corrupted from Javanese "lan-tas", and means a fish grill (which is built of wood with a square grill on top where the fish are set in a circle). Several islands are in the National Park:
The island is a favourite spot for those seeking peace and solitude, and is the home of the District and National Park offices. Mountainous and rugged in some spots, especially near the southern tip; with a combination of gravely and fine white sandy beaches, the island is also home to a clan of Chao Ley, or Sea Gypsies - an ethnic group who preserve many of their ancient customs and ceremonies. In recent years accommodation has increased in Lanta with a range from basic bungalows to upmarket resorts now available. You can get to Lanta on the regular ferry from Jao Fah Pier in Krabi Town.

Ngai island

blank spaceA fine sandy beach and coral reef run down the east side of this island. It is perfect for diving. Regular ferries and charter craft are available from Pak Meng Beach in Trang Province.

Rok Nai Island

blank spaceis composed largely of formidable cliffs. On the east side are a fine sandy beach and coral gardens growing around sea rocks. On the northern side are San Jao Bay and Tohng Bay.

Rok Nok Island

blank spaceThe southeast and southern ends of this island have fine sand beaches and shallow water corals. Also not to be missed are Man Sai Bay and Talu beach. Transport to the island is via charter from either Pak Meng Beach in Trang Province or from Lanta Yai Island. There are tents for rent, contact Lanta National Park Tel.: +66 (075) 629018-9.

Talu Island

blank spaceThe center of this island has a 45 meter high hill, perforated by a 30 meter hole, thus its name; Talu means to pass through. The island is noted for the presence of swifts in large numbers that make the precious swallow bird's nests used in the Chinese delicacy, Bird's Nest Soup.

Hong Island

blank spacecomprises a number of large and small limestone islands. Ko Hong also called Lao Billeh Island is the largest. These rugged islands are shaped like half circles, forming bays in which there is both shallow and deep water coral. Perfect for diving and fishing. Hong Island stands out as one of the most beautiful island of the Andamon coast. Koh Hong's name comes from the Thai word "Hong" which translates as "room". In the middle of beautiful island there lies a hidden logoon spot local fishermen and is also one place where bird nests are collected. The coral reefs here are amazing and siphons can also be found. Naturally, there is an abundance of brightly. Colored fish also to be found here. The best known islands besides Hong Island are : Lakkah or Sakkah; Lao Riem; Pakka; and Lao Lahding Island. Boats leave for the Hong Islands from Ao Nang Beach; the trip takes about one hour.

Ko Phai or Bamboo Island

blank spaceKo Phai or Bamboo Island is north of Ko Phi Phi Don and not far from Ko Yung. Marvellous beaches are in the north and east of the island. The bank of coral reefs with antler corals, in particular, stretches from north to south of the island. The best time to visit Phi Phi Island is during the monsoon-free season, which is from November to April.
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