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Election Sunday 22/05.???


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So is this another dry 24 hrs.?

 

I'd forgotten all about it.

And Bangkok too.? 

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Yes. Saturday 6 PM (18:00) to Sunday 6 PM.

So look forward to Sunday evening 🙂

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I feel sorry for the two week tourist that has these 2 Sundays  in their vacation timeline.

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Its a Pattaya only election and only dry in Pattaya not Bangkok as far as I am aware

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5 hours ago, jimn said:

Its a Pattaya only election and only dry in Pattaya not Bangkok as far as I am aware

So Jomtien then. 😂 

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6 hours ago, jimn said:

Its a Pattaya only election and only dry in Pattaya not Bangkok as far as I am aware

Same for Bangkok.

Bangkok governor election on same day, Sunday 22.

You have to cross the river for party 🤣

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1 hour ago, PoorSucker said:

So Jomtien then. 😂 

A bit further south where Pattaya ends 😊

Indeed not a big task to flee the dry zone.

 

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12 hours ago, KhunBENQ said:

Yes. Saturday 6 PM (18:00) to Sunday 6 PM.

So look forward to Sunday evening 🙂

I hope you're right KBQ, I've told everyone that and now my mate's wife says no it's all day Sunday. 🙄

Soon find out anyway. 

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7 hours ago, rott said:

hope you're right KBQ

I hope so too.

It's a general rule for elections by law (6 PM to 6 PM).

But who knows.

Maybe a Covid extra this time.

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So they can open again at 6pm on Sunday...just in time for the footy matches.

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9 hours ago, KannikaP said:

So they can open again at 6pm on Sunday...just in time for the footy matches.

 

All premiership games kick off at 4 p.m. (UK) on Sunday as it's the last day of the season - so 10 BKK time

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2 hours ago, Pmbkk said:

 

All premiership games kick off at 4 p.m. (UK) on Sunday as it's the last day of the season - so 10 BKK time

Thats why I said 6pm is just in time.

 

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13 hours ago, KhunBENQ said:

I hope so too.

It's a general rule for elections by law (6 PM to 6 PM).

But who knows.

Maybe a Covid extra this time.

Yes fully confirmed, that is what you get when one non-bargoer listens to another. 

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They may have changed the rules, but during elections it used to be no alcohol sales allowed from 18:00 on Saturday until midnight on Sunday. The Gogo Bars worked on the assumption that if they opened around 21:00 on the Sunday, after the polls had closed, then nobody was going to make a fuss. Of course, now that they're all restaurants that have to close by midnight anyway maybe they won't bother, lol.

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3 hours ago, Guderian said:

They may have changed the rules, but during elections it used to be no alcohol sales allowed from 18:00 on Saturday until midnight on Sunday.

Wrong. Never been the rule.

Happy to shift responsibility.

Can complain at this media outlet:

 

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24 minutes ago, KhunBENQ said:

Wrong. Never been the rule.

Happy to shift responsibility.

Can complain at this media outlet:

 

Actually, you'll learn if you read enough that the alcohol ban during Buddha Days is a "rule", whereas the ban during an election is a law.

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On 5/17/2022 at 12:57 AM, rott said:

I hope you're right KBQ, I've told everyone that and now my mate's wife says no it's all day Sunday. 🙄

Soon find out anyway. 

KBQ must right, as I see that TQ has announced reopening for 6 p.m. Sunday.

 

http://tahitianqueen.com/

 

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