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Video: Pattaya will be Thailand's "Miami"

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Video: Pattaya will be Thailand's "Miami"

 

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An upbeat video produced by Thai media Manager said that Pattaya is set to be Thailand's Miami.

 

All it will take is the long awaited tipping of a mountain of sand on the beaches that have suffered years of erosion.

 

Manager said that agreements between Pattaya City Hall and the harbor master's office and the final sourcing of the sand after a long wait mean that work will start in April.

 

The public had had their suspicions they said.

 

But now Thailand was to get Miami "for sure".

 

All the equipment and supplies are just about ready and what people have been waiting ten years for is finally set to happen.

 

Dreams are at last set to become reality as Pattaya can be mentioned in the same breath as the US resort in Florida.

 

Source: Manager Online

 
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17 minutes ago, webfact said:

Dreams are at last set to become reality as Pattaya can be mentioned in the same breath as the US resort in Florida.

that is a pretty weak,poor goal; Miami is Not a resort, it is a big city that contains all the normal ills of a big city, not the least of which is violent crime in which Miami is a leader in the USA

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It already has everything drugs , gangs , prostitution , murder .

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Our haters, bashers, doomsters, whingers, and trolls are going to get their knickers in a serious twist over this. I think we'd better get all the whinges out of the way now, preemptively, and shorten the length of the thread:

 

 

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Depends entirely on which part of Miami they are trying to emulate, looks to me that they are at more advanced stages than they realise.


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3 hours ago, YetAnother said:

that is a pretty weak,poor goal; Miami is Not a resort, it is a big city that contains all the normal ills of a big city, not the least of which is violent crime in which Miami is a leader in the USA

So, maybe not so wrong after all, considering recent news from Pattaya... :ph34r:

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Two rubber duck excavators hard at work today on the Dusit Thani end of the beach. 

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4 hours ago, webfact said:

Pattaya will be Thailand's "Miami"

...and the spaceship temple is set to replace the Vatican

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4 hours ago, webfact said:

But now Thailand was to get Miami "for sure".

As recent events suggest, they are off to a good start.  These jagoffs could not have chosen a bit better city of comparison, Miami is a drug infested dump.

 

For Miami, we found that the violent crime rate is one of the highest in the nation, across communities of all sizes (both large and small). Violent offenses tracked included rape, murder and non-negligent manslaughter, armed robbery, and aggravated assault, including assault with a deadly weapon.

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I earlier lived for many years in lower Isaan and toured recently. Most towns there are well run, clean with decent wide pavements. Way ahead of Pattaya. North Pattaya is the best kept area but the nearer one gets to South Pattaya the more it deteriorates. South Pattaya is run down and chaotic by comparison. The first thing noticeable is the vomit inducing smell coming out of the drains. It's been like that for many years. Miami? In your dreams.

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I thought someone said it was the wrong type of sand!

Just get on with it!

Does Miami also stink horrendously at one end of the Beach Rd too?

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