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Legend Siam to shut down next week

By The Nation

 

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Legend Siam, the Bt4-billion “cultural amusement park” in Pattaya that has drawn visitors from around the world since its opening at the end of 2018, will close next Tuesday (March 3).

 

Blaming the stalled economy and the Covid-19 virus’ effects on international tourism, operator Nusasiri Group Plc said on Thursday (February 27) that all staff of the landmark attraction would be laid off. 

 

But it held out hope that the park, where performers in period costume present scenes from Thai history and literature on flamboyantly lit and decorated stages, could reopen someday if conditions improve sufficiently. If so, it said, the staff would be rehired.

 

Foreign tourists had cancelled more trips to Thailand than expected, hurting Chonburi in particular, it said.

 

Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30383024

 

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-- © Copyright The Nation Thailand 2020-02-28

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Presume Fantasea in Phuket will be next. It was always planned to be turned into a casino so now would be a good time to close it down. However its gonna be a long wait till a casino will be built with no Chinese going to Phuket.  

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21 hours ago, smedly said:

interpretation 

 

marketed and pre-billed for the Chinese tour groups lead around like lemmings by the bus load are no more

 

western tourists have no interest in the price gouging waste of space - just like the floating market

I have only ever seen Chinese tour groups going in there. Rediculous pricing makes it a no-no for most people.

 

I think Khan in Jomtien may have gone the same way.

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On 2/28/2020 at 5:39 PM, smedly said:

interpretation 

 

marketed and pre-billed for the Chinese tour groups lead around like lemmings by the bus load are no more

 

western tourists have no interest in the price gouging waste of space - just like the floating market

And all the other Gouging operations mostly situated along the Bypass Railway Line Road

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