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Restaurants in Cha Am have been given permission to serve alcohol to customers, the Phetchaburi Communicable Disease Committee has confirmed.

 

Phetchaburi Governor Nattawut Petchpromsorn, who heads the committee, said that from December 1 restaurants can serve alcohol to customers until 10pm.

 

The rules will then be reviewed again on December 15.

 

Full Story: https://www.huahintoday.com/hua-hin-news/restaurants-in-cha-am-allowed-to-serve-alcohol/

 

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12 hours ago, WHansen said:

Great news, hopefully Hua Hin will follow suit shortly

And the rest of the country, especially the "so called" tourist zones!

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1 hour ago, Jumbo1968 said:

If the local governor can give permission why can’t the local governors in other places give permission, Pattaya, Chang Mai, Hu Hin etc ?

Maybe permission has been given after a nod from above.

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2 hours ago, cyril sneer said:

what if it's a restaurant located on the borderline with Hua Hin?

Move all the tables to the  Cha amm side of the restaurant maybe 

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14 minutes ago, jvs said:

Yes,finally.People are getting tired of drinking big mugs of coffee or tea with their meals.

 

Large Carnation Milk cartons c/w lid  and straw in some restaurants in Pattaya.

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5 hours ago, cyril sneer said:

what if it's a restaurant located on the borderline with Hua Hin?

I always thought the airport runway was the border between the two, in which case it would be unlikely for a restaurant to be located on the borderline.

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Cha Am is in Phetchaburi province and Hua Hin is in Prachuap Khirikan province. The practical border is the centre of the road tunnel under the airport runway. Those establishments, to the north of the tunnel, such as hotels, which include 'Hua Hin' in their titles but are actually in Amphoe Cha AM might wish to change their titles to take advantage of this alcohol sales exception....😋

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