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"Neo-Pattaya": Mayor announces 80 billion baht investment to make city more liveable     Pattaya's strongarm mayor has announced his plans for the next couple of years to turn Patt

Me too!  I'm building a space dock for my ship the USS Enterprise. 

Some nice little earners among that lot .....

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21 hours ago, darksidedog said:

The only way to make Pattaya into the mayors envisioned Utopia is to raze the place to ground level and start from scratch. 

You have to say his time frame of 2022 does seem somewhat optimistic. Simple roadworks such as Soi Siam Country club show how incompetence is all around us. If they can't finish that in Christ knows how long now, sorting out Pattaya in half the time should be fun to watch.

if they are as incompetent as you say, why would the rebuild be any better? 🙂

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12 minutes ago, elgenon said:

Not a word about the the stench plant and the effluent in the water. The Ruskies and Chinese enjoy it?


Probably included under points 1, 2 and 6.

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On 10/29/2020 at 2:21 PM, GlassWayOverHalfFull said:

15,000 posts and this is what you come up with? 

But with a mere 60 posts, you feel experienced enough to criticise others who use this forum to express their views?

Is that all YOU can come up with?

Yet you quote, "7 years writing 2 negative posts a day". Really?

You counted them? ALL of them?

How many of your meagre 60 posts were critical of Thailand?

Or are you just trolling?

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On 10/29/2020 at 3:13 PM, Phuketshrew said:

Some nice little earners among that lot .....

Do they have a decent sewerage disposal plant there yet or does the turds still float  along the beachfront.

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13 minutes ago, Huckenfell said:

Do they have a decent sewerage disposal plant there yet or does the turds still float  along the beachfront.

No , some of them still sit in their office pretending they are important....🤪🤪

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On 10/29/2020 at 3:17 PM, klauskunkel said:

Entice them with what exactly? The Dolphin Roundabout? The one g-string that's left on Soi 6?

It isn't a roundabout no more, can't go all the way round for a long time... also means you can't get onto it from 2nd Rd due to the constant stream of fast moving traffic coming down Nua. 

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5 hours ago, actonion said:

Sweet words to keep the punters hoping, thats all, ..I will believe it when i see it

I think it's "sweet words" to lure back the lost western tourist market (pre Covid) but it's too late.  Always difficult to get a customer back, once you have lost them.

 

He says he'll spend billions on infrastructure projects, yet can't even get proper metered taxis here.  

 

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On 10/30/2020 at 9:45 AM, Kerryd said:


Simple fact. Pattaya isn't going to "die" and will in fact continue to grow. Whether you like it or not. 

Some of you may even live long enough to see it, as you ride the monorail to get to your favourite (air conditioned) shopping mall so you can spend the day griping about all the "foreign" tourists crowding the place and pine for the "good old days" when you had the place to yourself because of the covid crisis.
 

Pattaya is nothing special. Perhaps for booze and sex tourists and cheap mass tourism. But that is it then. As you correctly said it is not Bangkok. Bangkok can survive without such tourists. Pattaya not. Pattaya could be everywhere. There are no real tourist attractions that make it special. 

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8 minutes ago, Oldie said:

Pattaya is nothing special. Perhaps for booze and sex tourists and cheap mass tourism. But that is it then. As you correctly said it is not Bangkok. Bangkok can survive without such tourists. Pattaya not. Pattaya could be everywhere. There are no real tourist attractions that make it special. 

I agree.  

 

Pattaya should have stuck to what made it famous, and many Thai's wealthy, "booze and sex tourists."  

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