Pattaya Deputy Mayor Pattana Boonsawat told a local reporter that 32 public toilets at Bali Hai pier would be inaugurated in April.
The public toilets will be for men, women, and the disabled. Both Thai and foreign tourists visit Koh Larn regularly and the number increases especially on weekends.
We also expect Covid19 restrictions on foreign tourists, such as quarantines and partial border closures, to be further eased this year, “drawing” many more visitors to Pattaya.
The pier is also used for many events and for gatherings, socializing, skateboarding, and evening sports, which also attracts many people. Currently, the Bali Hai only has a small number of paid toilets in the parking garage and we use public bus toilets, which are not ideal for everyone.”
“It is true that the realization is currently behind schedule. This delay came about because the contractor we hired for this job said that electrical and water pipes in the construction area are over 18 years old and in urgent need of replacement, the Deputy Mayor said.
“The foundations of the toilets will soon be poured so that the toilets can be ready for use by April this year,” said Pattana.