Conceptual artwork for a renovated and covered Bali Hai Pier was unveiled yesterday by Pattaya Mayor Poramese Ngampiches. The absence of shade and weather protection at the pier has been the subject of several complaints from tourists, both domestic and foreign, for quite some time, prompting discussion about the need for repair. The pier is used by visitors to reach the numerous islands near Pattaya.
At one time, there was a tent near the entrance that served as temporary housing at the pier. The thousands of people who would wait at the dock each day for their boats and ferries would require more space than this arrangement could provide.A precise timetable for the project’s execution and construction has not been given by the mayor’s office. The concept art, however, is visible to the whole public.
The pictures give a general concept of how the improved pier might appear. These upgrades are intended to make the entire experience for visitors to the area better by ensuring their comfort and convenience while they wait for transportation to other islands.One of the most popular beach towns in Thailand, Pattaya welcomes innumerable tourists eager to discover its splendor and nearby islands. If this project is completed properly, it would not only alleviate the recurring problem of inadequate shelter at the pier but also improve the city’s allure and perception among tourists.
It was revealed last week that Pattaya intended to set aside 30 million baht for the renovation and upkeep of the well-known Bali Hai Pier. The required renovations and repairs are expected to cost 30 million baht. According to Poramet, the city council will be asked to approve additional funding to make up the cost difference. The anticipated upgrades are essential for boosting the general happiness and experience of visitors, who make a considerable contribution to the regional economy.