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Pattaya: Pub boss complains that resort is being ignored - calls for increased opening hours


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14 minutes ago, scubascuba3 said:

As usual, it makes no sense here. There's meant to be no covid here according to the figures released so open up the bars etc as per before covid. Allow the owners to decide whether to open or not

But people travelling around the country freely can spread the virus to many places.

 

Never ever let a bar owner decide if they should open. They dont care at all if a customer gets it. 

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Phuket works because it’s an island and easier to contain tourists there. It  has an international airport and also offers more attractions for wealthier tourists. It’s the natural place to restart in

Last Friday in Pattaya the police were down Walking Street and others, closing bars at midnight ! Surely there must be a whole load of more constructive things to concentrate on 🙂

""In this way he would be able to cater to Bangkokians and people from neighboring provinces who visit on Friday and Saturday nights in particular""

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1 hour ago, hotchilli said:

Extending opening hours to a pub that's empty all evening  is not the answer.

That’s going to be an issue for the owners. Give them the option to return to the old hours....

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6 hours ago, phantomfiddler said:

Last Friday in Pattaya the police were down Walking Street and others, closing bars at midnight ! Surely there must be a whole load of more constructive things to concentrate on 🙂

I was out in "Tree Town" on Friday. I was asked to pay up at 23:30 because the police were coming. Bar was shuttered up at 23:45.

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11 hours ago, webfact said:

He claimed it was "really strange" that Pattaya seemed to have been left out of the plans. 

Is it possible that the powers that be want these businesses dead and buried? Nah....

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6 hours ago, scubascuba3 said:

Gets what? there is no covid here currently, or have you got stats showing a high daily spread? 

Nope. No covid here...

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2.2 Situation of Patients with Suspected Symptoms of COVID-19 in Thailand.

     On 30 September 2020 at 12.00, Thailand announced that 1,057 additional people met the criteria for PUI, raising the total to 451,067 PUI, as shown in Table 2.

https://ddc.moph.go.th/viralpneumonia/eng/file/situation/situation-no269-300963.pdf

 

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3 hours ago, cnmltd said:

I was out in "Tree Town" on Friday. I was asked to pay up at 23:30 because the police were coming. Bar was shuttered up at 23:45.

The last days nobody cared again. Like many months before. Perhaps they got a warning so that the police could report that everything closes at midnight? At least on this special Friday... What a coordinated show if it was like this. 

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3 hours ago, murraynz said:
9 hours ago, rott said:

Most are closed at midnight. 

Lk metro closes about 2am

 

Not after the BIB sees your post.  What happens in LK Metro should stay in...

 

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5 hours ago, timendres said:

Says 131 undergoing treatment, going by the news they may be imported cases, so as usual the current situation isn't clear to me. How about the situation in Pattaya? there was daily announcements for a while with zero local transmissions for weeks then it was dropped 

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14 hours ago, Benmart said:

Traffic enforcement comes to mind. The rabble has taken over the streets. Check out Thappraya or Thepprasit Roads. The police are no where to be seen.

No but they have been on soi kor pai and thepprasit 9 a couple times a week latey

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16 hours ago, phantomfiddler said:

Last Friday in Pattaya the police were down Walking Street and others, closing bars at midnight ! Surely there must be a whole load of more constructive things to concentrate on 🙂

Fortunately the crime wave that many predicted hasn't seemed to have happened so far. If nithing else the current situation has just emphasised how much a busy Pattaya attracts criminality. The reduced level of alcohol induced crime stories we've become used to on here is very noticeable. 

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Sounds like another clueless business man.

Most of the Bangkonians are working people even on holiday I doubt they stay up past midnight.

 

Sorry Mr. Boss, staying open until 2am will not motivate 1000's more to come to Pattaya and create huge revenue gains.

 

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