Tourists and locals complain about the state of Pattaya roads ahead of Songkran

Picture: Sanook

Tourists and locals called in reporters to inspect a dangerous pothole in Central Pattaya yesterday amid fears that the resorts roads will see more unnecessary carnage at this year’s Songkran festival.

Sanook went to investigate the offending hole at the end of Soi Chalerm Prakiat 13 outside a convenience store.

An unidentified foreigner was on hand to do the pointing and show us where the hole is exactly (see picture).

Sanook said that the state of the roads was causing concern. This hole was 50 centimeters wide and 10 centimeters deep and there was no warning sign in sight.

It could easily result in an accident, they said. And with “Wan Lai”, Pattaya’s extended Songkran festival, on the horizon they said that locals and tourists alike were calling on the authorities to make repairs before accidents occur.

Report shared by Sanook & Thai Visa

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