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    Nice photo, as made for pulling in tourists.

    photo properties: http://amazingtourismtraveling.com/w...y-thailand.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by halfmile
    No sea-birds at the beach, nor any crab running in the sand at sunset
    There is plenty of wildlife

    I've seen loads of stray dogs shitting there

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    Quote Originally Posted by socal
    I am just trying to clear up some of the urban myth bullshit about how Pattaya beach is loaded with raw sewage
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    The beach is not dirty, it is safe to swim in and every rumor you here out there is bullshit.
    you idiot, I used to regularly sail there, the water is filth, turds, dead animals, sewage, plastic you name it.

    clean it is not.

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    [quote=sabaii sabaii;1795049]
    Socal you are arguing with residents of Pattaya, who see the pollution day in day out.
    every populated beach area in the world has the same problems, this is nothing new.

    Do yourself a favour

    Stop making a cock out of yourself

    Try and get a photo of the right beach too, numb nuts
    I am discrediting the myth, nothing else. The myth is that Pattaya has no water treatment plants and places like the Marriot and the Hilton are pumping raw sewage into the beach.

    I proved that that is bullshit. Sure Pattaya still has a bunch of local tree hugging cry babies that will always find something to bitch about, but generally, Pattaya beach is allot cleaner then people think.




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    why the fuck are you all letting the gay boy troll you again???

    go and suck some big titted mans cock socal, you cum guzzling little homo

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    ^ As a community service I feel it is my responsibility to make sure nobody believes him.

    Looks like I won't be receiving my free dinner coupons from the Royal Cliff anymore though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Wilson View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by socal
    I am just trying to clear up some of the urban myth bullshit about how Pattaya beach is loaded with raw sewage
    Quote Originally Posted by socal
    The beach is not dirty, it is safe to swim in and every rumor you here out there is bullshit.
    you idiot, I used to regularly sail there, the water is filth, turds, dead animals, sewage, plastic you name it.

    clean it is not.
    used to as of when ? 1991 ?

    This isn't Somalia. It is an actual city with municipal engineers and muti national corporations working there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by socal
    but generally, Pattaya beach is allot cleaner then people think.
    My toilet is a lot cleaner than generally people think, damn sure I wouldn't put my face in there let alone my hands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by socal
    and the Hilton
    I doubt anybody has ever said the Hilton is pumping raw sewage into Pattaya Bay, as it is a new building there is noway they could have got away with it, but moving down Beach Road a bit you will find plenty of guesthouses and bars on Soi Yamato and Soi Post Office whose cess pits have a direct connection to the street drainage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by socal
    used to as of when ? 1991 ?
    Last time there was 12 months ago dope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by socal
    This isn't Somalia. It is an actual city with municipal engineers and muti national corporations working there.
    Right, so did I dream the turds and dead pig floating in the water bumping against the hull then ?

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    [quote=Loy Toy;1795064]
    ^ As a community service I feel it is my responsibility to make sure nobody believes him.
    The water treatment plant does exist, it is not there for show. What is there not to believe.....

    Looks like I won't be receiving my free dinner coupons from the Royal Cliff anymore though.
    yeah because nothing is better for their business then to have their beachfront loaded with shit.

    Stay in your business because I don't think you would do too well in the hotel business.

    The resort is an active member of EIA (Environmental Impact Assessment) and a
    voluntary member of Pattaya’s city environmental committee.

    they have a bigger interest keeping the beach clean then you do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by socal
    Pattaya beach is allot cleaner then people think.
    Which people ?

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    I like the way you've tried to turn this around

    Quote Originally Posted by socal
    I am discrediting the myth, nothing else. The myth is that Pattaya has no water treatment plants
    Who has said that ?????



    Socal, get down there tomorrow, get some photos, watch out for floating diapers though

    See how many bins you can see too

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by socal
    and the Hilton
    I doubt anybody has ever said the Hilton is pumping raw sewage into Pattaya Bay, as it is a new building there is noway they could have got away with it, but moving down Beach Road a bit you will find plenty of guesthouses and bars on Soi Yamato and Soi Post Office whose cess pits have a direct connection to the street drainage.
    Those little guest houses and shit add up to nothing. Plus there is no proof that these places are not getting directed to the water treatment plant.

    There are 1,500 staff working at just the Royal cliff and last year they recorded almost 400,000 guest visits. The big hotels is where it adds up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Wilson View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by socal
    used to as of when ? 1991 ?
    Last time there was 12 months ago dope.
    I was there jet skiing and boating a week ago and it was clean. No shit, no plastic, nothing. I was also there a year ago and it was clean.

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    The Royal Cliff were at one stage the biggest polluters of Pattaya bay, now they are the biggest advocates for keeping it clean, funny how things change.

    Road drainage is directed to the water plants, when it rains road drainage overflows, guess where it goes? Can't you smell it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jandajoy View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by socal
    Pattaya beach is allot cleaner then people think.
    Which people ?
    looks like everyone on this forum so far and generally allot of people in the area.

    just from what i heard, before i did any research, i assumed there was no water treatment plants.

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    In the 90s the shoreline was littered with dead, washed up fish. Don't see that much anymore. Perhaps most of the fish are dead already or maybe it's not quite toxic enough nowadays to kill fish stone dead.

    It's not just pattaya city shit to worry about, there's a whole petro chemical industry up the coast pumping out who knows what plus all of Bangkok's crap coming down the Chao Phrya.

    The Gulf of Thailand is really shallow, even a couple of kms offshore you see less than 20m on a boat's depth sounder. Unlike Phuket, where a few hundred metres out and you're in 60 - 100M and you get 10-15 miles offshore and it drops down into the shelf. The Gulf is a shallow comparitively shallow pool of silty water.

    Russians like it so much they regularly get arrested shagging in it. If it's good enough for the Russians on their two weeks' leave from the tractor factory it must be OK.

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    [quote=sabaii sabaii;1795075]I like the way you've tried to turn this around

    Quote Originally Posted by socal
    I am discrediting the myth, nothing else. The myth is that Pattaya has no water treatment plants
    Who has said that ?????
    The rumor is that the beach is excessively dirty, and that hotels pump sewage into the beach. A bar girl told meAnd a few expats..

    why would the beach be anymore dirty then any other populated beach area if there was water treatment plants ? The one plant is just over 10 years old. I bet most of the plants in Florida are older then this one.

    Socal, get down there tomorrow, get some photos, watch out for floating diapers though

    See how many bins you can see too
    I am back home but i already looked when i was there.

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    Come on now, fess up. Who`s troll nik is Socal. It is absolutely impossible someone could be so retarded as him, and have access to the internet.

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    [quote=Lostandfound;1795082]
    In the 90s the shoreline was littered with dead, washed up fish. Don't see that much anymore. Perhaps most of the fish are dead already or maybe it's not quite toxic enough nowadays to kill fish stone dead.
    or maybe, just maybe the beach is clean now considering they put in a muti million dollar water treatment plant ? and they have environmental standards ?

    I went fishing out in Pattaya bay in 2009 and we cought fish and cooked them on the boat. I have pics...

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    [quote=sabaii sabaii;1795087]a broken beer bottle in the beach, i am sure they never had those in Cancun

    that is about erosion.

    its not going to kill you to agree with me.

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    It isn't the most polluted beach in the world, or even Thailand for that matter, but polluted it is and there are far better alternatives not too far from there.

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