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D-Day for South Pattaya as parking now banned at the port - but confusion reigns

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D-Day for South Pattaya as parking now banned at the port - but confusion reigns

 

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PATTAYA: -- Yesterday was D-day for the ending of parking of public transport vehicles at the port in South Pattaya.

 

But the authorities said that there was still confusion among operators and tourists and so they promised continued public relations to inform about plans for the area and what it means for the operators and the public, reported Siamchon News.

 

The area is being redeveloped with a budget of 97 million baht. Pattaya district hope to turn the area into a large park for the benefit of the public.

 

Source: Siamchon News

 
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ID: 2   Posted (edited)

A park would be nice, however it is also a major drop off point for tourists using the jetty and boats to Koh Larn.  Where are they supposed to park? 

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ID: 4   Posted (edited)

Where are all the buses going to park now?

Bali hi is turning into a real mess...

 

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Park is really great somany people love to walk nowadays.

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Hilarious video.

Headless chickens.

Does the whistle-blowing have any significant meaning ? 

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They had a park there already but built a green elephant of parking garage on it.......maybe that is the plan for here too....make a park and build a car park on it!!

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4 hours ago, fforest1 said:

Where are all the buses going to park now?

Bali hi is turning into a real mess...

 

 

2 hours ago, LennyW said:

They had a park there already but built a green elephant of parking garage on it.......maybe that is the plan for here too....make a park and build a car park on it!!

Ah Yes,LOS where common sense is an uncommon thing.

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97 million to develop it? Plant some grass and trees and new Mercedes for the gang!!! Whoppee

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Maybe they build an underground bus and car and motorcycle terminal parking station?on top then the seaside park.Very good location all tourists going to koh larn can chill in the park and residents too..

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17 hours ago, webfact said:

but confusion reigns

 

I wonder why.

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22 hours ago, Bangna Betty said:

A park would be nice, however it is also a major drop off point for tourists using the jetty and boats to Koh Larn.  Where are they supposed to park? 

I hear your argument but it is not the job of the police to find parking spaces for people. It is their job to prevent illegal parking.

 

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20 hours ago, Pattaya28 said:

Hilarious video.

Headless chickens.

Does the whistle-blowing have any significant meaning ? 

Radical left wing Farangs are loosing there heads over the results of the Fox News Study that  concluded the subjects are pawns of Radical Isan insurgents.

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The other end of Walking  street (Pattaya Tai) at the height of the 'water treatment facility' could use an upgrade.

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