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Popular tourist eating spot hit by fire on Bang Saray beach

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Popular tourist eating spot hit by fire on Bang Saray beach

 

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Daily News reported that restaurant traders at Bang Saray beach in Sattahip, Chonburi, were left devastated after a fire that swept through the area last night.

 

Fire fighters took an hour to bring the blaze under control.

 

It destroyed ten shop houses along with equipment all valued at around 1 million baht. 

 

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Picture: Daily News

 

Police are unsure of the cause of the fire though suspect a short circuit. 

 

The restaurants are a popular attraction for tourists at Bang Saray beach.

 

Source: Daily News

 

 

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I would have thought that Bangsare and Sattahip were two different places. Is this the bar in Bangsare better known as The Beach Bar?

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1 hour ago, vogie said:

I would have thought that Bangsare and Sattahip were two different places. Is this the bar in Bangsare better known as The Beach Bar?

it should have read Bang Saray NEAR to Sattahip !!!

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25 minutes ago, essox essox said:

it should have read Bang Saray NEAR to Sattahip !!!

To add to the confusion I have just asked my wife and she says there is a Bangsare beach in Sattahip, the mind boggles.

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It destroyed ten shop houses along with equipment all valued at around 1 million baht. 

 

Wow! Quality buildings at 100,000 baht apiece......

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Looking at the state of what remains of those 'buildings', one can safely assume they were not exactly top quality constructions before this fire.

I would say once the charred remains have been cleared the area will become much improved and more aesthetically pleasing than it was previously. Maybe they could consider planting some trees at this location?

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I think these are the huts erected for the businesses that used to be located on the beach befor the carparking bays were built. Wooden shacks, that's all.

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Unsightly houses gutted by fire?  Hope the fire Insurance premiums were updated earlier this week.

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