Dusit curve

More than three months after 100 city workers removed dirty rocks from Wong Amat Beach, workers returned to do it again. Sanitation officer Sunya Thupthimsree led workers to scoop up smelly stones washed ashore by the tide. He said tons of rocks are collected each visit,...

Controversial Beach Road widening begins

Wednesday, 10 April 2013 15:41
Additional lanes to reduce greenery, may not solve traffic woes, mayor admits Pattaya has begun removing Beach Road sidewalks and plants as it prepares to begin the controversial widening of the beachfront thoroughfare. City contractors March 28 began removing trees and cement walkways near...
Work to offset the erosion of the northern end of Pattaya Beach should be completed in two months, by April this year, although restoration of the rest of the beachfront must wait until at least October.

Rayong tosses Pattaya beach-refill plan on rocks

Thursday, 27 September 2012 08:35
Plans to shore up Pattaya Beach with sand from a Rayong tributary hit the rocks when Rayong officials stopped selling the sand to the city’s contractors due to the river’s own erosion issues.

City cleans beach after storm

Wednesday, 27 June 2012 16:05
In a scene sure to be repeated as rainy season gains strength, city workers took to Pattaya Beach to clean up garbage washed ashore by recent storms.
More than 120 workers from six agencies took the edge of Pattaya Beach, collecting sharp rocks that had been washed ashore threatening tourists’ feet.
Nowadays there isn’t much beach left up near the Dusit curve at high tide.  And since a more permanent solution is tangled up in national red tape, Pattaya City Council is listening to suggestions on how to begin fixing the problem with its own budget.
Pattaya wants to place 9,800 sq. meters of sand and 3,200 sandbags on North Pattaya Beach in a stop-gap move against ongoing erosion as it awaits government approval on a more-permanent solution.