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Thailand's entertainment industry can't just do something else instead because of Covid-19, says insider

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On 5/21/2020 at 7:01 AM, JackThompson said:

True.  If Chinese owned, the guy with the flag would guide them in to spend money there.  For Thai-owned small businesses, the tour-groups just walk by and gawk - packing the sidewalks, and driving away their customers.  Well, the ones immigration has not already forced to move to Vietnam by denying-entry to Thailand on false-grounds.  

Correct.  There's every chance the virus will take "zero baht tourism" here to a whole new level. 

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Sir this is the exact reason we all love Pattaya...

A bit like buying a house next to an airport, and complaining about the noise ! It's been like that for over the 30 years since I first went there, which begs the question, why stay there if it's

Why do you want to change the Pattaya main activity? What sort of ''interests'' than sex and booze the city can offer? The beach is dirty, the city is ugly, the shopping is not cheap th

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The entertainment industry killed itself many years ago, and there’s no need to blame covid-19 for its demise. Just like any profession that no longer satisfies the consumer - do something else! 

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4 hours ago, JackThompson said:

The fact is, if you moved the entire Pattaya-bar + Walking St collection to an island off the coast, Pattaya would die, and that that island would flourish. 

I think LK Metro is an example of that. 


It was nothing until some bar owners made a small enclave of gogo bars and girly bars, and then the crowd followed and it became a busy place. 



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