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Hua Hin beach restaurants ordered to display prices after complaints

 

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HUA HIN: -- The Hua Hin municipal authority descended on the beach yesterday to order all restaurants to display prices.

 

The move follows complaints by consumers that they were being overcharged, something that was damaging tourism in the town, reported Daily News.

 

Jiraphat Phramanee led his men to the beach yesterday where they also asked operators to maintain cleanliness and keep beach beds in designated areas.

 

The town is expected to welcome a large number of Thai and foreign tourists for the long Songkran holidays that begin in earnest today.

 

Source: Daily News

 
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Ulic    3,275

Simple, if prices are not displayed, the price should be zero .:tongue:

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Xonax    472
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16 minutes ago, cardinalblue said:

Interested in only getting as much as possible from customers and no interest in providing a quality product...unsustainable in the long run 


Only possible in a tourist destination.

They should not even be allowed to be on the beach. Do they pay rent for the land they occupy and to whom?

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hansnl    2,655
48 minutes ago, Bangkok Barry said:

I remember reading exactly the same story about exactly the same area two or three yeas ago.

And that only shows you have a good memory, something not really existing in Thai, maybe?

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PETERTHEEATER    567

The vendors must have forgotten last years order to display prices.

 

How's the illegal restaurant demolition going?

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ChakaKhan    279

I think i read something about this years ago

is It a thai LAW to display prices--i think i read yes

So if i see a place without listed prices i can call them on it

as i know of a few that have the 2 menus--thai and tourist..:saai:

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Ijustcashier    91

Always always ask first.

Even if it's only 5 tomatoes at the markets. It's not the money but I hate being scammed

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Stupooey    92
1 hour ago, ChakaKhan said:

I think i read something about this years ago

is It a thai LAW to display prices--i think i read yes

So if i see a place without listed prices i can call them on it

as i know of a few that have the 2 menus--thai and tourist..:saai:

2 menus? You mean one written in English and the other in Thai? How dare they!

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ChakaKhan    279
5 hours ago, Stupooey said:

2 menus? You mean one written in English and the other in Thai? How dare they!

Right!!!..I mean maybe you can bring your mother and take her there to eat :wai:

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ChakaKhan    279
Just now, ChakaKhan said:

Right!!!..I mean maybe you can bring your mother and take her there to eat :wai:

i was referring to the prices on them..but maybe youre too thick to realize it

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abab    125

Twice more expensive as the same sellers around pattaya...

 

 

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