Unsightly Pattaya trash damaging the resort's image

Unsightly Pattaya trash damaging the resort's image

 

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Locals and tourists have gone to the media to complain about huge unsightly piles of rubbish behind a central Pattaya condominium building. 

 

INN said the 4-5 rai of land in Soi Arunothai was private but it was high time that the owners and City Hall got together to clear up the mess. 

 

There were black trash bags, dry and wet refuse, food waste, furniture, old beds - you name it. 

 

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Picture: INN

 

It was a breeding ground for disease.

 

And bearing in mind that this area is crisscrossed by many public roads used not just by locals but tourists this was seen as highly damaging to the image of Pattaya. 

 

Source: INN

 

 

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