Pattaya Wide ‘Entertainment’ Shutdown Confirmed For October 26th
The district chief of Bang Lamung has asked the police across four Pattaya districts to ensure that all entertainment venues are shut down for the Royal Cremation on October 26th.
In a letter seen by Thaivisa addressed to the police in Pattaya, Nong Prue, Bang Lamung and Huay Yai district chief Naris Niramaiwong suggested that the police carry out a public relations exercise to inform all entertainment venues and related service establishments that they should shut down on that day.
The language used in the letter is formal and official and does not mention things like bars, massage, clubs and discos but the message is clear that everything of that nature is expected to be closed.
The chief mentions that a flower presenting ceremony will be held that will give the public a chance on that day to join with officials in paying their last respects.
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