mercoledì, ottobre 21, 2015

Situazione ombrelloni e sdraio Phuket nuova alta stagione.

Settimana prossima ci sarà il controllo da parte dei militari sulle spiagge di Phuket, teoricamente una parte di queste sarà possibile affittare ombrelloni e materassini no sdraie di ogni tipo, seggiole, etc...
Non chiedetemi il perchè, non lo so, i Thai sono "strani forte". 

Non è ben chiaro il discorso se i turisti potranno portare il loro ombrellone, teoricamente SI ma nelle zone delimitate non a piacimento.
Restano invece i vari Jet-Ski, Parasail, Banana Boat, etc...
i sono gestiti dalla "marina militare", quindi gestiti localmente esercito "dicono" non possono farci nulla, dicono...
Vietati massaggi, cibo, bevande, ed ogni attività commerciale, tranne quelle elencate sopra.
Poi ve lo dico ma non posso ne confermare ne smentire non avendo con i miei occhi visto o sentito attuarla una legge vieta di portare cibo in spiaggia, alcolici, fumare!
Quindi teoricamente la birretta non potete prenderla al 7Eleven e berla in spiaggia.
SDetto questo non ho notizia che nessuno sia mai stato multato per aver bevuto una birra in spiaggia, però se vi capiterà sapete che la legge c'è.
Altro non saprei dirvi, quindi per favore non mandatemi 100 messaggi al giorno chiedendo situazione spiagge, vi aggiorno quando leggo qualcosa di interessante o sento qualche avvenimento degno di nota.
Commerce has not been controlled at Patong, Phuket's most famous beach

Phuket Officials Rush to Finalise Beach Policy With Tourist High Season Days Away

Tuesday, October 20, 2015
PHUKET: All of Phuket's prime tourism beaches are to be inspected next week in a flurry of activity as officials seek to finally impose the ''10 percent zone'' ruling just three days before the high season begins.

Under the ''10 percent zone'' ruling, people who wish to bring their own umbrellas at any of those 18 beaches have to unfurl them in the specified 10 percent area, where umbrellas can also be hired.

On October 29, with the November high season just days away, Phuket's new beach policies will be locked in . . . 16 months after the military cleared all commerce from Phuket's public beaches.

Phuket's Governor Jamleran Tipayapongtada, signed the 10 percent order yesterday, and today's meeting of about 30 authorities at the offices of the Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation clarified a few points.

Police claim the 10 percent use of the beach is illegal, but a response from the Land Titles Office in December says the idea is legal - provided nobody makes any personal profit from it. Police are likely to have to enforce it.

Vice Governor Chokdee Amornwat said he had been chosen to head the beach committee because the vast majority of his experience has been in the north of Thailand, not the south.

He said he had been boning up on the recommendations made by a team of researchers from Prince of Songkhla University about what should happen on Phuket's beaches.

Details would be discussed at another meeting on Thursday, then inspections would be held at all 18 of Phuket's beaches next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, with all decisions to be formalised on October 29.

An announcement of all new rules would be made then to tourists and other stakeholders - with the high season due to begin on November 1.

Phuketwan believes the 10 percent rule could work at less popular beaches but has little hope of working at Patong, Kamala, Nai Harn and Kata.

Beachgoers should be able to bring their own sunbeds, chairs and umbrellas and sit anywhere, as they can at the world's best beaches
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