The unofficial English translation says the ban applies to 'tertiary education establishments' and 'vocational institution'
Does the latter include temples? Odd way to describe them. Is the school a 'tertiary establishment' - that usually means students of drinking age..
There are exceptions. Hotels and 'entertainment establishments in allocated zones'
Now, mentioning no names, some influential people in the town like their tea, and stand to lose out big time if the Bintablock gets shut down.
So, need to get them to work overtime to have the Bintablock classified as an 'allocated zone'
Other sites have pointed out that half of Bangkok will be left dry without some leeway, so I'm guessing their will either be a lot more 'allocated zones' or someone will slip in a modification to make the law only apply to Thai nationals.
Edit: This seems to be a moving story. The original 300m rule was ditched days later and the wording changed to 'in the vicinity' it was then put on ice for a six month 'study' while local enforcers can use their discretion, apparently..
Don't seem to be any new stories on this since October - maybe it will join the many Thai laws that no-one bothers to enforce..
I may be drunk, Miss, but in the morning I shall be sober and you will still be ugly...