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Pattaya's sea - nothing short of an environmental disaster zone

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pattayadgw    87

I first travelled to Pattaya in 1976.  I lived in Pattaya for 5 years till 2011 and never swam in the water there once due to pollution.  I worked offshore in the gulf of Thailand in the 1980's and the amount of plastic and rubbish then was simply indescribable.  So this latest article does not surprise me one little bit... and STILL, NOTHING IS BEING DONE.

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inThailand    598

You ain't seen the worst yet. Wait until the subs dispose their waste and used oil.

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thongplay    3
4 hours ago, bbbbooboo said:

hmmmm..... i went to this beach 10 years ago and it was self-evident then that it was a disaster zone. I guess it has only taken the authorities that many years to wake up to this fact(muted applause)

I went 30 years ago and it was then, as you say, "self-evident then that it was a disaster zone."

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owl sees all    555
57 minutes ago, The Dark Lord said:

exscuse my ignorance but where is this secret alternative?..

 

( for a friend who is coming to visit.......)

Hi DL.

Yes the secret sex town just south of Jontiem. It is on TvisaF ( a green bee with a smile on his face). Obviously I wouldn't click on it. Too early for you to  look too DL; give it a couple of days!!

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owl sees all    555
Posted (edited)
30 minutes ago, Henryford said:

If it wasn't for the girls no one would come near this place.

Or the LBs!!

Good fishing park just outside Pattaya and one at soi 12 if I can recall.

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Rimmer    4,140

Can we stay on topic please!  Who knows we we will be talking about Camels next... :ph34r:

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owl sees all    555
Posted (edited)
13 minutes ago, morrobay said:

Here is a straight answer . Ban Chang, Rayong

Not secret any more dude. Great stuff. How is the sewerage systems in those parts?

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RussellGSXR    7
3 hours ago, pegman said:

The chair vendors do keep their areas clean. Have you ever been to Pattaya?

I have lived and worked here for 5 years...and paid my taxes!

 

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I am convinced if there was not much of a prostitution Pattaya would be a dead city ... 
unfortunately my skirt pulls more of the pollution .... 
I could never live in such a horrible place
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hotchilli    419
6 hours ago, phantomfiddler said:

I recall seeing a plaque halfway down the beach stating that Pattaya Beach had been voted the cleanest beach in S.E.Asia. Hilarious ! Instead of hassling the bars, the authorities should be spending more time and effort limiting the amount of sewage being directed to the beach.

Treat it like a toilet long enough it will become one, you reap what you sow!

Spending time and effort is not the problem.
Spending money is!

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