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First restaurant allegedly encroached on beach in Hua Hin dismantled

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First restaurant allegedly encroached on beach in Hua Hin dismantled

 

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One seafood restaurant allegedly encroached on Hua Hin beach has been voluntarily dismantled after more than 40 buildings, including several restaurants, were served eviction notice from Hua Hin municipal administration on encroachment charges.

 

Saengthai Seafood restaurant was the first among 3-4 restaurants located on the beach along the Naretdamri road in Hua Hin municipal which agreed to move out and to dismantle the buildings by themselves. The rest however refuse to move out and vowed to fight on against the eviction.

 

Mayor Nopporn Wutthikul said the municipal administration invoked Sections 40 and 42 of the Building Act to order some 40 buildings allegedly encroached on public land to be evicted and dismantled within 45 days since December 20 when the eviction order was served upon them.

 

Full Story: http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/first-restaurant-allegedly-encroached-beach-hua-hin-dismantled/

 
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when you see those concrete piling, they must have had the cheek of the devil, and no one queried it, of course they had the  corrupt councils permission. did heads roll,? what a stupid question

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45 days is long past, get the dozzers out

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11 hours ago, fishism said:

Anyone know which buildings are to go?


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It's the ones down past the Hilton, the restaurants and guesthouses alongside and including Chao Lay seafood, if you know where that it is.

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I had mixed feelings about this.  I've eaten at these places several times and really enjoyed them.  But now, seeing the beach cleared, it could be a really nice place if they set it up properly.  Can take out the pilings! LOL

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Has Saengthai Seafood moved to another location. It was my favorite on that seafont strip as they had the huge crabs there.

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15 minutes ago, AJBangkok said:

Has Saengthai Seafood moved to another location. It was my favorite on that seafont strip as they had the huge crabs there.

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I've had crabs before but mine were little black mothers and I wouldn't recommend trying to eat them.they look the bees knees,I've only ever had crab out of a tin but would like to have a go at them.how much?

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ID: 10   Posted (edited)

1 hour ago, AJBangkok said:

Has Saengthai Seafood moved to another location. It was my favorite on that seafont strip as they had the huge crabs there.

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I'm told there are lots of little ones on offer in Soi Bintabaht.

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This certainly can be turned into sonething nicer soon as its been cleared.

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Dismantled.... great moments in history.....clearly no Hi-so connection....

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These restaurants are also close to where the new Pattaya-Hua Hin ferry docks so perhaps they are planning on redeveloping that whole area??

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25 minutes ago, Jonathan Fairfield said:

These restaurants are also close to where the new Pattaya-Hua Hin ferry docks so perhaps they are planning on redeveloping that whole area??

by close you mean 5km away?

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ID: 15   Posted (edited)

13 hours ago, Jonathan Fairfield said:

 

It's the ones down past the Hilton, the restaurants and guesthouses alongside and including Chao Lay seafood, if you know where that it is.

Going there in early April, so will be interesting to see which other ones have gone by then...

Maybe after the high season & Songkran, the authorities will really crack down...

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Just those pilings to go now. With one building pulled the other owners

must be getting very worried.

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Does anyone know how long those structures have been there? WhenI first visited Hua Hin some 18 years ago, I remember staying in a geh-how with rooms on one of the piers, and have subsequently eaten at several of the restaurants. It always seemed that they complemented the area, which is very much the old town. Let's hope that whatever they're replaced with is in keeping with the neighbourhood, although I reckon that's highly unlikely.

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35 minutes ago, Stupooey said:

Does anyone know how long those structures have been there? WhenI first visited Hua Hin some 18 years ago, I remember staying in a geh-how with rooms on one of the piers, and have subsequently eaten at several of the restaurants. It always seemed that they complemented the area, which is very much the old town. Let's hope that whatever they're replaced with is in keeping with the neighbourhood, although I reckon that's highly unlikely.

Apparently to long..

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On 08/02/2017 at 7:23 PM, Stupooey said:

Does anyone know how long those structures have been there? WhenI first visited Hua Hin some 18 years ago, I remember staying in a geh-how with rooms on one of the piers, and have subsequently eaten at several of the restaurants. It always seemed that they complemented the area, which is very much the old town. Let's hope that whatever they're replaced with is in keeping with the neighbourhood, although I reckon that's highly unlikely.

IIRC they were there the first time I visited Hua Hin over 30 years ago (my wife thinks so too). My understanding is they're not supposed to be replaced by anything, the beach is public land and no one should have built there in the first place. . 

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