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10 July 2014 :: 10:07:53 am 89788

Pattaya To Protect Violence On Foreigners

Pattaya City Hall has announced that they are to give tourists more protection whilst visiting Pattaya. They have also said that if any businesses or operators assault tourists Pattaya City Hall will close them down.
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PATTAYA – July 9, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News];- Mr.Ronnakit Aekasing-deputy mayor of Pattaya- had welcomed VADM.Rengrit Boonsongprasert-chief of Sattahip Navy base-, Pol.Col.Suppatee Boonkrong-deputy superintendent of Pattaya police station- and Mr.Sakchai Tang-Ho-chief district of Bang Lamung- who all chaired the opening ceremony for the protection and security conference among Pattaya operators at Pattaya City Hall.

 

VADM.Rengrit said that previously violence towards foreigners had been widely spread on social media sites and these images had undermined the good image of tourism in Thailand.

 

In addition the NCPO had ordered to control the operators especially in Pattaya. The operators had directly affected the tourism therefore the violence was unacceptable. They also added that they need to understand the various cultures of each tourist because it’s not the same as Thai culture.

 

Pol.Col.Suppatee said that there had been violence towards foreigners, plus some operators had exploited foreigners. The officers need to solve these problems in order to stop them happening again. However people come to Pattaya for a holiday and like to drink and sometimes when they are drunk they can’t communicate so the operators of various businesses need to contact the police officers first rather than ganging up on them, threatening and assaulting them.

 

Mr Sakchai said that the operators needed to welcome and take care of the foreigners. It’s expected that there won’t anymore violence and the operators needed to be more tolerant and avoid violence. However the operators who still attack and assault tourists the business will be closed down.

Reporter : Yanwarrut   Photo : Yanwarrut   Category : Community News

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