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Clean and ready for tourists! Bang Saen show how to clean up the trash

 

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Picture: Thai Rath

 

Pictures posted by Thai Rath showed the before and after at popular resort Bang Saen in Chonburi.

 

The before was the all too familiar scene of mountains of trash blown in off the sea with a municipal authority figure in the foreground.

 

The after was a clean beach ready for tourists.

 

Thai Rath said that the Saen Suk authority are making sure that tourism can continue unabated by doing no less than three daily clean ups on their 5 kilometer stretch of sand.

 

Source: Thai Rath

 
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Who cares it will be back tomorrow and the next day and the next day so on and so on

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Yay! And now Bang Saen can show Thailand how to not leave trash in the first place.

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Cleaned above water line. How about below water line?

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7 hours ago, moonseeker said:

The in the face garbage, smell and dirt problems, piles of rubbish wherever you turn your eye, are one of the main causes for a less and less quality Westerners. Who wants to vacation in such a place. The negative headlines about TH in the press around the world are unprecedented for such a prime tourist destination. Pretty much every visiting friend of mine has reduced his vacation time here or stopped coming all together. TH will not change, as the vacuum is more then filled by Chinese, Indians etc. 

Pity for the once beautiful Los. MS>

You are right about Chinese.Indians etc filling the gap. They are used to rats all over the place and garbage evry where so will be very acceptable to them. Thailand needs to do little to keep them coming. As  long as the money keeps coming nothing is wrong as far as Thai's are concerned. Pollution is part of life right.

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Cleaned above water line. How about below water line?
Out if sight out of mind.

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3 clean ups a day, that's good going, if they keep it up. Don't knock them, they are making the effort which is a damn sight more than the junta installed Muppets in City Hall.

 

Maybe it will shame them into some action.

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18 hours ago, Golden Triangle said:

3 clean ups a day, that's good going, if they keep it up. Don't knock them, they are making the effort which is a damn sight more than the junta installed Muppets in City Hall.

 

Maybe it will shame them into some action.

Another junta hater sorry but it's the Thai people not the junta there makes Thailand looking so dirty and it had been going on for decades 

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On 6/13/2018 at 6:02 AM, lovelomsak said:

Who cares it will be back tomorrow and the next day and the next day so on and so on

Did you read the OP?  :ermm:

 

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the Saen Suk authority are making sure that tourism can continue unabated by doing no less than three daily clean ups

 

 

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