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Nearly the whole of the country falls under that description.

Let's make Pattaya a green and pleasant paradise for tourists: clean-up underway Sorry, I don't have a thousand words.

WHEN was it ever a "tourist paradise?"

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45 minutes ago, Leaver said:

Is hosing the streets down such a good idea when there is a drought?

 

 

Ah that would take some forward planning to factor in how to clean up without wasting water, seems to be a favourite pastime for many.

Tried to enquire about grey water recycling system, was looked at as though I really was an alien, from another planett

 

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22 hours ago, RJRS1301 said:

Ah that would take some forward planning to factor in how to clean up without wasting water, seems to be a favourite pastime for many.

Tried to enquire about grey water recycling system, was looked at as though I really was an alien, from another planett

 

Why do you think it says you are an "Alien" on official Thai documents?  🤣

 

I have seen street sweeper trucks in western countries with brushes and vacuum, but I guess a truck spraying water is cheaper.

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18 hours ago, Momofarang said:

Throw out the sex tourists and promote all the girls to Mamasan.

Major employment and economic stimulus ( no pun intended), getting rid of the working women would further impoverish local landlords and traders.

Perhaps legalise and place regulations on the industry for protection of workers and consumers

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On 11/12/2019 at 12:34 PM, skorp13 said:

Non-stop comedy! lets make the biggest sewer practically in all of SEA and make it into a green paradise! Why not start with a town where that is remotely achievable and go from there?

i look from my condo to the sea at Jomtien Beach....it has a nice BLUE look to it !! there again I COULD BE colour blind !!!

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On 11/12/2019 at 4:49 PM, Leaver said:

Is hosing the streets down such a good idea when there is a drought?

 

 

Is it fresh water? Could be sea water.

 

Big drought next year- could be a good thing if it keeps the masses away.

Back in the 90s they had to truck water in for the hotels, and the population was a fraction of now. Get back to the population of the 90s and it might even get back to how it was then- cheap and cheerful, hurrah.

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7 hours ago, thaibeachlovers said:

Is it fresh water? Could be sea water.

 

Big drought next year- could be a good thing if it keeps the masses away.

Back in the 90s they had to truck water in for the hotels, and the population was a fraction of now. Get back to the population of the 90s and it might even get back to how it was then- cheap and cheerful, hurrah.

Good point.  I don't know if it's fresh water or sea water.

 

You would think they wouldn't use sea water as it would corrode the machinery. 

 

I haven't seen any salt residue on the roadways, but that might be hard to spot.

 

If they are using sea water, not good for the motor vehicles following. 

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On 11/9/2019 at 8:16 PM, Justgrazing said:
On 11/9/2019 at 4:51 PM, rooster59 said:

The aim was to make Pattaya "green

Looks pretty green to me .. 

 

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What's your point ?

Isn't Bang Saen about 40 km of Pattaya ? :ermm:

 

Here is a pic taken today at less than 3 km of Walking Street Pattaya :

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Cristal water and even little fishes (hard to see) 

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On 11/17/2019 at 11:21 PM, Pattaya46 said:

What's your point ?

Isn't Bang Saen about 40 km of Pattaya ? :ermm:

 

Here is a pic taken today at less than 3 km of Walking Street Pattaya :

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Cristal water and even little fishes (hard to see) 

But can you swim there?

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using water if a drought is on the cards not a good idea.but another plan for pattaya to be a city of whatever it needs to attract tourist.my friend said at holloween was dead and a story here told it.i imagine it is still the same for the high season to come

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19 hours ago, bristolgeoff said:

using water if a drought is on the cards not a good idea.but another plan for pattaya to be a city of whatever it needs to attract tourist.my friend said at holloween was dead and a story here told it.i imagine it is still the same for the high season to come

No natural disaster, or epidemic, for Thailand to blame this time. 

 

This coming high season will be interesting. 

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