Our Photographer Freddy Cocquyt documented the Destruction of Pattaya's Paloma on an other Page.
An Artist's Sketches from Pattaya's New Beach Promenade are just a click away.
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High Tech on the ground. Ready to install.
'Professionally' refurbished surveillance camera. Ready to install.
Chonburi's Senator Surachai Chaitrakulthong is luring potential investors from Taiwan and other countries by promising 'Thailand's plus is the availability of a skilled workforce'. The contrary is true, Thailand's problem is the lack of a skilled workforce.
No it's not a periscope that errects from Pattaya's new Beach Road. It's the simplest and cheapest version of an aquifer for the promenade's new trees. It's just what you do if you forget during the planning that your plants need some water. These pipes will have a very short life...
The new drain along the 3rd lane is covered with old and damaged castings. The drain itself is already crammed with rubbish and a small fresh water pipe. No chance to catch and drain rainwater.
We are Thai citizens, we have the right to ignore all colors we don't like...
All along Pattaya's new Beach Road City Hall installed this Base-bads. Pessimists told me that they are designated for another invasion of Itthiphol Kunplome's beloved Dolphins, Pattaya's landmark, already installed en masse along North Road and on Bali Hai. Other People believe that we will get something very different. Instead of street lights City Hall will place advertisements from VISAcard, 7-Eleven, McDonalds and Coca-Cola® along Pattaya's new racing circuit, they say.
Pattaya's highly skilled Professionals designed a flood preventing canal on Pattaya's new Sai Nueng, the City's Beach Road. The canal is just 34 centimeter wide and 27 centimeter deep...
This was the home of a tree. It was removed, but the hole remains unsecured. Dangerous not only during the nights.
Near the entry to Walking Street the sea decided to support the destruction teams. The sea removed part of the Promenade itself. Therefore the site remains unsecured...
Some people doubt the color on these 'stones' will survive next year. Time will tell. Nevertheless, grey can be a nice color too...