Pattaya puts kibosh on ‘Bali Hai Market’ chatter

PUBLISHED ON FRI, SEP 8, 2017 11:20 AM

Pattaya puts kibosh on ‘Bali Hai Market’ chatter

image.jpeg

PATTAYA:--Pattaya officials threw water on speculation an outdoor market would open below the Pattaya sign near Bali Hai Pier.

 

City spokesman Pinit Maneerat said the “call for investors” posted on Facebook about the so-called Bali Hai Market was nothing more than wishful thinking. There has been no proposal submitted or legal documents filed for such a project, he said.

 

The post by a real estate development firm included an artist’s rendering of the proposed market that would include restaurants, bars, souvenir shops and street vendors.

 

The proposal said it would tie in to dilapidated and closed Bali Hai Marina, which they claimed is being rebuilt. In fact, repairs are merely under study and no budget has been approved for renovation.

 

Read more: http://www.pattayamail.com/news/pattaya-puts-kibosh-bali-hai-market-chatter-185459

 

 
pattaya_mail_logo.jpg
-- © Copyright Pattaya Mail 2017-09-08
latest news from Pattaya News

Pattaya expat worries The key matters concerning long-term farang in Pattaya are visa prospects and their own health care.  That is according to a local survey carried out by Pattaya Today with 100 expats, mostly retired British but also involving mainland Europeans, Americans and...

READ MORE...

Concerned Man Points Out Perilous Pothole In Pattaya Road (Photos)By Asaree Thaitrakulpanich, Staff Reporter   A foreigner points out a hole Sunday in the Paniet Chang Road intersection in Pattaya. PATTAYA — Officials said they would refill a large pothole Tuesday after a concerned farang pointed...

READ MORE...

What a tip! More beach trash in Pattaya as hoteliers slam council Picture: Manager online PATTAYA: -- Manager reported that Wong Amat beach in Pattaya was like a refuse dump yesterday. And the hoteliers were as mad as hell after calls to the local authority to help clear up the mess went...

READ MORE...

Fake 1000 baht notes: Pattaya police arrest three eastern Europeans Picture: Sophon Cable PATTAYA: -- Pattaya's chief of police yesterday announced the arrest of three eastern European men. While two were behind credit card fraud a third is believed to be involved in the spate of fake 1,000 baht...

READ MORE...
sponsors