Re-organising the Hua Hin Night Market is Not Over Yet

PUBLISHED ON MON, MAY 21, 2018 12:17 PM

Re-organising the Hua Hin Night Market is Not Over Yet

By Hua Hin Today

 

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Re-organising the Hua Hin Night Market is Not Over Yet

 

Neither tourists nor locals are happy with the new layout of the Hua Hin Night Market but the Hua Hin municipality has confirmed the need to wait for a period of two months to fully consider the new layout.

 

After deciding that the layout must change, Mr. Montree Chupoo, Deputy Mayor of Hua Hin and Mr. Jeerawat Pramanee, Permanent Secretary of the Municipality with five local officials, enforced traders to set up their shops with a new layout at the market. This new format required shops to be back-to back with a walk way on two sides rather than a walkway in the centre; a big change after almost 50 years of operation.

 

“Today’s atmosphere is good and without altercations between entrepreneurs and the owners of commercial buildings as before. Entrepreneurs who disagree with the new layout but must follow the resolution of the Municipality” said Mr Montree.

 

Full story: http://www.huahintoday.com/local-news/re-organising-the-hua-hin-night-market-is-not-over-yet/

 
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