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Pattaya tears down popular Bali Hai Sunset Restaurant, Mayor states this is just the start of reclaiming public land in Pattaya


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Pattaya’s mayor, Anan Charoenchasri, stated on January 30th, 2018 to the media that the pulling down of a well known South Pattaya restaurant will be the start of many such demolitions on buildings encroaching on public land.

What was once the fancy “Bali Hai Sunset” restaurant looking out on the bay at Bali Hai promontory is now just a heap of rubble as city workers tore down the restaurant in record time.

Following a court order and a last attempt of stay of execution workers have now pulled down the offending structure for being built on public land against Thai law.

Engineer Naris Chertsunya at the scene of the demolition yesterday told the media that this was just the start. This brings to mind the long running controversy over Walking Street and the beach facing businesses that are stated to be built on public land against Thai law. What will happen next? Stay tuned to the Pattaya News for further updates.

Source: Mayor’s Office

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So are they going to clean up the mess, or just wait for a big storm to wash it out to sea?

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Just now, Roadglide said:

So are they going to clean up the mess, or just wait for a big storm to wash it out to sea?

what is odd, the little snack/cafe place next door that has been closed for a couple of years still remains......................

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1 hour ago, striderman said:

what is odd, the little snack/cafe place next door that has been closed for a couple of years still remains......................

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I know its against the law etc, but those cafes and restaurants were a great place to go eat.  Exactly the type of places Pattaya needs - quiet with nice view, off beaten track.  Shame they are no more. Seemed harmless to the casual observer.

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2 hours ago, Roadglide said:

So are they going to clean up the mess, or just wait for a big storm to wash it out to sea?

Considering the disintegrating floating piers have been waiting for disposal for years it's a sure bet this mess will remain too. 

I happened by last week while a work crew was salvaging the wood. Pic from last week. Note the wood is now missing in striderman's pic. Nothing left now to salvage to make it worth anyone's time.P1260025.jpg

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