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Tourists Warned About Dangerous Slope in Na Jomtien Municipality Due to Beach Erosion


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The local government of Na Jomtien has put up warning signs for tourists about a perilous incline at the Na Jomtien Beach, brought about by erosion. The signs advise people frequenting the beach to stay clear of the area for the time being.

 

Due to the effects of monsoon waves and robust winds, a significant portion of the beach (around 1,000 meters in length) has seen severe erosion. This has resulted in a sharp incline that's as tall as 1.5-2 meters.

 

The uneven sand in the eroded area presents a safety risk for locals and tourists alike. Because of this, authorities are insisting that tourists particularly stay away from the area during the night when visibility is low.

 

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-- 2024-06-20

 

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11 hours ago, johng said:

Wasn't this already reported here ?   or is another round of erosion ?

Yeah we went through all this with Pattaya a decade or so ago........

Really dangerous is the road one has to cross to get to the beach. 

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2 minutes ago, Emdog said:

where is Jeremy Clarkson when you need him? Someone call the cops!

 

Lol. I was about to say "a dangerous slope?" surely you cannot say that in 2024.

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 Beach Erosion 

 

Nature claiming back her turf. 

 People were getting greedy and build near  the  beach roads and houses.

Its normal for watercourses to change on rivers and beaches .

 No good fighting because nature will win in the end

Just close the road move the houses and go further Inland Leave Nature alone don't try to change it.

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18 hours ago, johng said:

Wasn't this already reported here ?   or is another round of erosion ?

 

 

I don't think it's another round of erosion.  Just File photo for reference only.

 

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