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Pattaya’s Bali Hai Pier cleanup unveils stunning new look

Photo courtesy of Pattaya Mail

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin’s recent visit sparked a major makeover at Bali Hai Pier in Pattaya. The seaside hotspot, famous for its bustling activity, is undergoing a massive transformation that promises to leave locals and tourists in awe.

Following the Thai premier’s directive, an army of sanitation and waste management officers from the Pattaya City Environment Department, along with other essential personnel, launched an intensive cleanup campaign on Wednesday, June 26. The team is tackling a range of infrastructure issues, ensuring the pier’s surroundings are nothing short of immaculate.

Key efforts include the repair and organisation of damaged streetlights, communication cables, and CCTV wires. The team is also busy collecting stones and debris washed ashore by the tide, a task expected to take two to three working days. This thorough cleanup aims to restore the pier’s beauty and functionality, making it safer and more appealing.

Moreover, ornamental plants are being strategically placed to enhance the area’s aesthetic charm, adding a touch of greenery to the urban landscape. In a bid to improve convenience, the removal of glass partitions in passenger waiting areas is also underway, creating a more open and inviting space for everyone, reported Pattaya Mail.

ORIGINAL STORY: Bali Hai Pier and Koh Larn to undergo major makeover

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin has mandated a comprehensive overhaul of the Bali Hai Pier and Koh Larn.

The ambitious project aims to revitalise the pier’s landscape, streamline electrical and communication cables, and boost overall tidiness. This initiative underscores the Thai premier’s commitment to elevating visitor experiences and enhancing local amenities.

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Deputy Mayor Manot Nongyai, alongside Deputy Mayor Kritsana Boonsawat and city officials, conducted a site survey yesterday, June 25 at Bali Hai Pier. This crucial step aligns with the prime minister’s directives following his recent visit to Pattaya and Koh Larn Island. PM Srettha stressed the urgent need for a pristine and well-organised pier area to effectively cater to tourists.

Specific directives include clearing debris, organising infrastructure, and ensuring cleanliness to improve the pier’s appeal and functionality. City workers will identify and remove obsolete cables while arranging those in use into designated ducts, aiming to enhance both the aesthetic charm and operational efficiency of the pier, reported Pattaya Mail.

Starting today, Pattaya City’s Cleanliness and Waste Management Department will embark on rigorous efforts to reorganise the Bali Hai Pier area, said the 62 year old prime minister.

“This initiative not only aims to implement immediate improvements but also seeks to establish a model of sustainable urban management. Pattaya City will report progress directly to the Office of the Prime Minister to demonstrate transparency and accountability in achieving these transformative goals.”

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