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Pattaya: Beach Road to allow parking at weekends/ Deckchairs to operate all day every day

 

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Manager reported that Pattaya was putting its best foot forward in attracting Thai tourists to the resort.

 

Certain restrictions on car parking and the operations of deck chair vendors have been agreed. 

 

A total of 17 measures have been agreed after a meeting of deck chair vendors and deputy mayor Manote Nongyai at City Hall. 

 

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Deck chairs can be used from 6 am to 8 pm. But vendors must clean up the beach themselves from 6 am to 10 am. 

 

Every four months those on Pattaya beach must take three midweek days off (Tues to Thursday) in the third week of the month.

 

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This is so that the authorities can do a deep clean and spruce up the trees. While this is happening the vendors must store their equipment properly.

 

Vendors on other beaches will close midweek every four months during the second month. If the closure falls on a public holiday a replacement day will be allowed. 

 

Parking will be permitted on Pattaya Beach Road similar to Jomtien.

 

It will be allowed in selected locations on the right side.

 

This will be limited to Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays. Certain other parking will be allowed in front of shops though if this is abused the local authority reserved the right to crack down.

 

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In a gung-ho report Manager said that Pattaya was all systems go in attracting Thai tourists.

 

They noted that foreign tourists were completely absent due to the pandemic so for now it was all about the domestic market.

 

Source: Manager

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, webfact said:

and spruce up the trees.

Hahahaha .. leaf it out will ya' ..

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Way Pattaya is going with lack of tourism, they may as well open the entire beach road as market stalls and abandon cars

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At last a half sensible idea. I never sit in the sun the Thais don't sit in the sun. The idea of pristine beaches in reality means empty beaches. Most people renting deck chairs and umbrellas keep their places clean and provide small buckets for visitors to put their rubbish in. If only something could be done about the annoying beach vendors.

 

For over 25 years I have gone to the same beach chair service in Jomtien. They know I don't like the pesky beach vendors and somehow keep them from bothering me.

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Pipe in some Cliff Richards music over the tannoy and your good to go sorting out my factor 20 right now 🤔

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