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Unsightly Pattaya trash damaging the resort's image

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3 hours ago, PatOngo said:

Ahhh Pattaya! The bum that never gets wiped! Forget the image, it was fouled long ago!

Of course you don't see in most parts parts of the country do you? Like hell you don't! This isn't just a Pattaya disease.

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Looks just like any Soi, around any town in Thailand.

Whats special about this one. :coffee1:

 

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5 hours ago, webfact said:

Unsightly Pattaya trash damaging the resort's image

With this headline I had several possible stories in mind before I clicked on the story.

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5 hours ago, webfact said:

Unsightly Pattaya trash damaging the resort's image

Depends on what "trash" you're actually talking about... the dumped or walking street variety?

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3 hours ago, jesimps said:

Of course you don't see in most parts parts of the country do you? Like hell you don't! This isn't just a Pattaya disease.

but...….the story is about...…..you guessed it...…...PATTAYA!

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Thailand, not only #1 in traffic deaths, pollution, but also size of rats.

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17 hours ago, Kim J said:

They have cleaned this area up before. Then a few days later it looked as bad as it was previously. I am sue if they clear this land again now exactly the same will happen. This is just one of countless impromptu rubbish tips around the area.

This is an ever growing problem all over Thailand.

I used to visit a friend requiring me to cut through from Soi Bong Koch to Arunothai once a week and I believe this is the area. Yes it has been a dumping ground for many years. One of many. Offer rewards for those taking pictures of dumpers, get their plate numbers. A lot of the tipping appears to be construction rubbish. Aw hell, the whole area is a dump, level it!

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17 hours ago, lovelomsak said:

I thought  garbage  piled up was the image of Pattaya.    it is        easier to find a garbage dunp area than a clean beach to visit.

Exactly. They wanted Pattaya to become a family friendly resort and this is exactly what is happening. Thai families dump rubbish even in their own gardens all around Thailand so when Thai tourists visit Pattaya and see this, then it must make many Thais feel at home  🤣

 

But the real problem is fly dumping. It happens everywhere as there are no public rubbish dumps for Thais to take there rubbish to.

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Yes the real problem is there are no official rubbish dumps,I've never read many news articles about Pattaya rubbish....never a single time has the location of the official dumps been published...if there are any in the Pattaya vicinity why are they being "kept secret" ?

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19 hours ago, SpokaneAl said:

We rented a condo in Jomtien for two weeks in January and things were pretty much the same. It was very nice in and around the condo but walk five minutes in any direction and one encounters empty lots converted to garbage dumps and packs of dogs.

 

Walking along the highly recommended beach road and one dodges stinking, idling buses, people eating on the walkway and tossing their garbage into the rocks and just overall nastiness.

 

We won’t be back.

Just think, many Thais think this is acceptable. -Just proof Thailand is still a developing country. ( This is why the wealthier & educated Thais flock to Japan & Singapore. They love the cleanliness and orderly surroundings.) 

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