Did the Agate confiscated the public road for themselves?

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Did the Agate confiscated the public road for themselves? Is it legal to do that? I though that the public places were protected from this kind of behavior by the law, many hotels and restaurants have been demolished because of that. Or maybe this road is an exception? I would like to understand.





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Don’t think that road was ever a public road. That area has been a near dead-zone for many years, so probably didn’t cost all that much to buy up more space there.

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They are doing some repair work to the soffit as seen in your second photo.

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Yeah, once the ceiling is done it will be back to normal

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I saw them working on it yesterday

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There is many private roads in Thailand. Most famous are probably Patpong 1 and 2 in Bangkok and Soi Sansabai in Phuket (that’s the one opposite from Bangla Road).
Judging by its condition, I would guess Soi Chayapoon in Pattaya as well.

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