(The Phuket News)
PHUKET — Beach clubs, bars and restaurants along the east side of the walkway along Surin Beach have received their orders: Knock it all down.
There is some doubt about whether structures originally built on public land to house tsunami victims will be preserved, but it seems probable they will also be demolished.
The remainder of the buildings along the strip are illegal, Ma’an Samran, chief executive of Cherng Talay Tambon Administration Organisation told The Phuket News on July 28.
“Following the relevant laws, we posted demolition orders on all the buildings,” including what remains of world-renowned Catch Beach Club and its rivals, Diamond Beach Club and Zazada.
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