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I will believe this when I see it. Currently, it is the most under utilized airport in the country. And they signed a deal with Air Asia two years ago, to start 36 flights a day. Thailand completely r

In order to do this, don't you need some tourists first?

Hua Hin: New airport terminal, more flights, treble air passengers in massive tourism expansion   Picture: 77kaoded   Plans are underway to transform sleepy Hua Hin into a bus

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More plans, more money out for grab for those officials involved.

First, they should extend the train platform. At the moment, the platform is shorter than trains.

Bangkok to Hua HIn takes 4 hours because it stops for a long time in few places.

Hua Hin is already more expensive than other seaside town with not much to do.

This airport dream has been repeated few times already, but never enough tourists to fulfil it.

Cheaper to improve the trains to Hua Hin but of course less money out for grab. 

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It's amazing here in Thailand expanding airports more people driving 

smog everywhere yet in the UK climate change is the big issue telling everyone to travel Less cut back flying driving ect it goes on

maybe that Swedish girl needs a visit to Thailand to enlighten them 

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Just my experience HH residents have maybe the most stuck up attitude of any place.  They especially seem to judge and look down on the " low class" from Pattaya.

Hope they build a huge airport and enjoy the mostly high end classy tourists who will visit I am sure.

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9 hours ago, GeorgeCross said:

might want to do something about this before they bring even more tourists here to suffer in the pollution

 

2 weeks now and this has been the best day. thankyou thailand 😞

 

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9 hours ago, WinnieTheKhwai said:

 

That's pretty much everywhere in Thailand right now.  Not a local issue.   Keep in mind we're in Asia; this is what Asia is like and always has been.   You just have cool real time apps right now with pretty colors.

We don't have that problem in Northern Phuket...Laguna, Layan Beach area. AQI stays under 50 year round 🙂

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, shackleton said:

It's amazing here in Thailand expanding airports more people driving 

smog everywhere yet in the UK climate change is the big issue telling everyone to travel Less cut back flying driving ect it goes on

maybe that Swedish girl needs a visit to Thailand to enlighten them 

Greta is a mentally ill Asperger's child being used as a political prop by her "actor" globalist parents to promote the hoax that is global warming. Sweden is essentially a failed state and quite literally proof that egalitarianism doesn't work and, in fact, leads to more inequality in society. The last thing Thailand wants to do is become more like Sweden. I have quite a few friends that are Swedish and they are vastly envious that I am an able to reside in Thailand at the age of 30 on San Francisco, California salary ( that's how amazing the USA is, they literally pay you California salary now to live outside the US for tax purposes. America truly is the greatest country in the world and the land of opportunity. It is the only country that Thailand should emulate. America is the only country that is worthy. It's truly sad to see American's being brainwashed by the dangerously totalitarian political correctness that largely spews into the world out the failure that is Europe as a whole. Europe will be majority Muslim by 2040. This is a fact. ) This video below of Jordon Peterson explaining the failure that is egalitarianism to a group of Swedish left-wing nutjobs is amazing.

 

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34 minutes ago, Duck J Butters said:

 

We don't have that problem in Northern Phuket...Laguna, Layan Beach area. AQI stays under 50 year round 🙂

 

 

 

 

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While this is generally true you might have missed the smog coming from Indonesia not long ago. 

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6 hours ago, mac1970 said:

High speed trains and bigger airport. Just wonder where all tourists are coming from. Somehow sad as I have always loved this sleepy small town and its more relaxed atmosphere, even if it has changed during years as well. 

I quite like the idea of a sleepy small town (and its friendly looking mountains) to spend my last years in... 

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1 hour ago, Duck J Butters said:

Greta is a mentally ill Asperger's child

There are plenty of forums to promote climate denialism and far right nationalism. This is about Hua Hin Hin's airport expansion. 

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"Right now the runway is 2,100 meters long - this will be extended by 45 meters."

Well, this 45 metres extension will ensure that those Indians burning 5'300 Baht a day will know where to flush out some cash .......


The article is nothing short of a joke, if you ask me ............... just wondering, what the price of a metre runway in Hua Hin will be - stay tuned. 

 

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3 hours ago, bkk6060 said:

Just my experience HH residents have maybe the most stuck up attitude of any place.  They especially seem to judge and look down on the " low class" from Pattaya.

Hope they build a huge airport and enjoy the mostly high end classy tourists who will visit I am sure.

The Indians?

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