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I live 20km away and I first went to that beach in 1992. The beach is normally strewn with rubbish and inhabited by rats. It will be again as soon as visitors return there.

 

The bars and restaurants are low rent and often tacky and there is a big problem with mosquitoes in the evening.

 

Some poor sod must have given TV some money for this puff piece.

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12 hours ago, ThreeEyedRaven said:

Oh praise the Lord! They are on about Chumpon. For a moment I thought some belter was going to try and tell us that Pattaya was in tip top condition, which would obviously be impossible, but that hasn't slowed them down in the past.

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14 hours ago, webfact said:

Manager said that the area in Chumpon was "famous all over the world"

Only in their tiny  world

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21 hours ago, Knocker33 said:

A couple shots of Thung Wua Laen last week. Nice and clean wouldn't you say. The beach gets cleaned a few times a week .I know because most of businesses pay a little towards it. 

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May look good in pics , but not my idea of a great beach.

Like those in Prachuap , you need to walk out a half kilometer to get your waist wet .

Stinging things like that kind of water to.

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16 hours ago, In the jungle said:

I live 20km away and I first went to that beach in 1992. The beach is normally strewn with rubbish and inhabited by rats. It will be again as soon as visitors return there.

 

The bars and restaurants are low rent and often tacky and there is a big problem with mosquitoes in the evening.

 

Some poor sod must have given TV some money for this puff piece.

Which beach are you talking about as two beaches are mentioned 

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7 hours ago, Knocker33 said:

Which beach are you talking about as two beaches are mentioned 

Thung Wah Len

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All these beach connoisseurs.One has not been there for 30 years and another saying the water is not deep enough.

You probably have to walk out about about 50 meters to get in deep water and rats and rubbish .Maybe when you were there ,not now. Can you see any rubbish or rats in the photo and there are mosquitoes everywhere.or dont you get out much

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