Hua Hin beach restaurants ordered to display prices after complaints

PUBLISHED ON WED, APR 12, 2017 11:02 AM

Hua Hin beach restaurants ordered to display prices after complaints

 

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Picture: Daily News

 

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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