4four Bang Saen eating places busted selling alcohol outdoors Chon Buri Blue Zone

Though Chon Buri has allowed alcohol in restaurants as a part of the vacationer Blue Zone, solely specific areas received the exemption to Thailand’s alcohol ban. Over the weekend, four restaurant managers exterior of the approved Blue Zone areas, principally within the popular alternate vacationer area Bang Saen, had been arrested for selling alcohol in opposition to Covid-19 restrictions.
The busts occurred on Friday night time in Bang Saen in the Saen Suk sub-district of Mueang Chon Buri district the place police raided venues all weekend. Combined forces of the Saen Suk Police, Saen Suk District Office, and different legislation enforcement officers reportedly gathered up about 100 officers to raid the restaurants.
The authorities were out in force to make it clear to locals and companies that only Pattaya, Bang Lamung, Na Jomtien, Koh Larn, Koh Si Chang, Bang Saray, and elements of Sattahip and Si Racha have been permitted to sell alcohol in eating places as part of the Blue Zone for tourists. The Governor of Chon Buri gave those areas permission on Friday evening, but to not the remainder of the districts in Chon Buri.
Many of the restaurants that were searched over the weekend claimed that they mistakenly thought the alcohol ban had been lifted all through the whole province. The ban remains in place all over the place else, together with other popular vacationer areas like Bang Saen Beach, persevering with nearly eight months of the unpopular ban that restaurants and entertainment venues have been combating nationwide, but nowhere more passionately than Pattaya and Chon Buri.
Bang Saen has been lobbying the governor to be added to the record of Blue Zone areas of the province to be included in Covid-19 rule relaxations to profit tourism, as it is a well-liked vacation spot, notably for home Thai tourists, who’re far outnumbering international travellers in the space presently.
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