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Nightlife Business Association leads efforts to promote tourism

Nightlife Business Association leads efforts to promote tourism

The Pattaya Nightlife Business Association’s chair, Liza Hamilton, presided over an important gathering at the Liza Guesthouse on Jomtien Beach. The event’s goal was to inform those in attendance on recent debates occurring at Pattaya City Hall.

The main goal of this conference was to improve the tourist experience by urging the administration to make nightlife service available around-the-clock. The discussion also covered urgent topics like the need for restaurants, bars, and pubs to play music with copyrights, both Thai and international tunes, as this is a crucial way to resolve concerns about late-night entertainment. The group also discussed the troubling subject of unauthorized fee collection by some people.
An impressive outcome of this meeting was the thorough listing of company owners from every nightlife district in the Pattaya region, including Jomtien, Nongprue, Khao Talo, Bua Khao, and Naklua. The association will be established in complete conformity with the law thanks to this initiative, which will support continued tourism initiatives in the area.

There were suggestions made for the association’s leadership posts. With the support of 12 committee members and 2 advisors, Liza Hamilton stands out as the proposed Chairwoman, along with Vice Chairpersons Buapha Hanner and Wasan Sanguantoikam. This recently established association is dedicated to actively promoting and improving Pattaya’s tourism services, including a variety of issues.
Additionally, a recent municipal council meeting was dominated by arguments on the expansion of Pattaya municipal’s entertainment zone service area. Damrongkiet Pinitkan, a council member, emphasized the necessity of expanding the service area given that the current boundaries have not been changed since 2002, a period of more than 20 years. According to him, “the city’s burgeoning growth and the proliferation of entertainment establishments beyond the current designated zone have necessitated this expansion, as numerous businesses have sought permits to operate within regulated boundaries.”
The current service area encompasses Bali Hai Cape and runs the length of the right side of Pattaya Third Road, about 50 meters seaward. It has been discovered that businesses providing entertainment on the left side of the road are ready to comply with the law. Following the proposed tourism policies of the Ministry of Tourism, which support longer service hours to further improve the tourist experience, these establishments will have the option to increase their operating hours after they have obtained the relevant licenses.

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