Songkran in full swing as Jomtien traders enjoy holiday bonanza

PUBLISHED ON FRI, APR 14, 2017 8:32 AM

Songkran in full swing as Jomtien traders enjoy holiday bonanza

 

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Picture: Siamchon News

 

PATTAYA: -- Siamchon News reported that Songkran celebrations were in full swing all along Jomtien beach in Pattaya yesterday.

 

They said the beach was packed for 5 kilometers with people eating, drinking, taking a dip in the sea and splashing water.

 

There was a lot of traffic in the area as people had come from miles around to celebrate the Thai New Year in the lovely weather at the resort.

 

And traders were smiling too with all the custom with many enjoying facilities such as banana boats and jetskis.

 

Source: Siamchon News

 
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