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Closure of Pattaya set to begin on Thursday 9 April

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4 hours ago, bkk6060 said:

 

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That big guy with the bald head and white mask on his mouth ( not nose)  was still there at about 5.30 pm

there where still Russians waiting at 6.30PM when I left !!!!!

PS also recognise the guy on phone with blue folder and woman with white jeans both also still there till late

total mayhem.

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Can we still buy food at Big C, Macro etc?

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6 hours ago, Jonathan Fairfield said:

and trips to immigration to be permitted.

Such  good  news, Thanks  , thanks and THANKS again

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2 hours ago, Chazar said:

Such  good  news, Thanks  , thanks and THANKS again

lol......No restrictions on immigration lines...

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can someone explain please ?

the railway road will be closed ?

when living at Pattaya we can only drive along Sukhumvit from motorway to NA JOMTIEN (ambassador hotel) ?

people from Pattaya center cannot go to dark side / Maprachan lake ?

 

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11 hours ago, Golden Triangle said:

Kindly explain your rather stupid comment 

Any why would I bother?

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stay inside, stay safe. good advice wherever you are.

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14 hours ago, ThailandRyan said:

I thought it was to keep out those dirty foreigners

 

They are already there and have been for years. Perhaps to keep the lowlifes away?

forget it, too late!

But the government has things under control????

few deaths, few cases, why the lockdown, surely everything is u dear control???

it sure looks under control at the immigration! 

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16 hours ago, doctormann said:

Looks as though us folks on the east side of the railway may be going hungry!  The only supermarket of any size on the Darkside is 'The Chill' on Khao Noi.  We have quite a few convenience stores but all the large supermarkets are to the west of Sukhumvit.

 

You can't be buying so much that you really need to go into town. There are a number of stores in between 7/11 and the big chains more than necessary to get by.  There is the larger lotus on Sukhumvit behind Num Chai, number of Mini big C's and Lotus on Nernpludwan and Soi Siam, then you got the new Thai supermarket called CJ, then the often forgotten new market Friendship? on the left side when you come off Hwy 7, just before you get to Soi Siam the old Index location go all the way to the back is the market unless you know how to get to it from the back.

 

From the map, and the checkpoints outline there are a number of holes in between if you know Pattaya you can get to Makro and Lotus from the Darkside.

 

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17 hours ago, doctormann said:

Looks as though us folks on the east side of the railway may be going hungry! 

We are still residents of Pattaya so should be allowed thro'?

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25 minutes ago, mikebell said:

We are still residents of Pattaya so should be allowed thro'?

Not Nongprue rather than Pattaya City? I don't like the idea of being cut off from the supermarkets I normally use, the banks nor the pharmacy. And my Mrs says she still wants to go to the Naklua market. I am betting this won't be that strict.

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