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Great idea as it is not easy pouring enough alcohol down your neck before 2 am.:burp:

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A good idea that would encourage tourism.  Unfortunately, Thailand is only doing things to diminish it, so, this has little chance of succeeding.

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''Comprehensive Study''.... meaning 'Committee's' and 'Panels' full of relatives well paid for a year or two whilst eating free lunches every day...with Wine to study as well !

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22 minutes ago, from the home of CC said:

pushing the consumption of the worst drug in the world is not what Thailand needs, they need less not more alcohol addled pinheads running around the streets..

Let people choose how they want to live, and you choose your way to live, that nanny state thinking should be left back in the nannystate.

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4 hours ago, Cadbury said:

The RTP Bar and Club Owners Association must be feeling the pinch and applying a bit of pressure.

May one wonder if longer opening times will attract the preferred Chinese and Indian rich?

The western people won't come back for longer opening times.

Maybe try to lure the Iranian, Turkish and Arab tourists into the bars?

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4 hours ago, webfact said:

The closing time for pubs and bars is 2am.

 

Phiphat said he believed that if closing is extended to 4 am, tourists will spend 25 per cent more on eating and drinking.

Talk about a chicken with it's head cut off this government cannot make it's mind up on anything, it was recently in the news that all bars (Farang only of course) must adhere to the closing hours or else, now anything goes no wonder the Thai people are confused of the various laws....!!! This new recommendation of course takes safety into account - NOT...!!

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