Super hero's on Bintabaht

Discussion on where to go when the sun goes down in Hua Hin; bars, pubs, clubs, karaoke and general nightlife.
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Super hero's on Bintabaht

Post by raphoedon » Sun Aug 28, 2016 12:17 am

A recent photo in the media showed a photograph of the superheroes on soI Bintabaht and in the background was the sign for the U-turn bar.
Have the authorities in hua Hin also done a U-turn instead of punishing the bar owners there no promoting the street?
It's great to see some positive publicity for hua Hin in light of recent events, I just wonder if it will be short lived.
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Re: Super hero's on Bintabaht

Post by europtimiste » Sun Aug 28, 2016 10:20 am

Binta walking street: I don't think that this will bring more visitors, unless some street attractions as shows, street musicians, free lance ladies and ladyboys. But the problem is that Binta is not so long and large as Pattaya walking street. Let's see what happens high season, then it will be the end of Binta walking street.

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Post by buksida » Sun Aug 28, 2016 12:05 pm

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It was all smiles last night as the Super Heroes came to the rescue in Hua Hin.

Following incidents in a year the resort might like to forget there was a big party to re-brand Soi Bintabaht as “Walking Street Hua Hin”.

And helping everyone forget the trouble that the soi has seen in 2016 were characters such as Batman and Captain America – provincial governor Thawee Naritsirikun almost had to play second fiddle.

The soi that hit the news for all the wrong reasons with the thug attack on the Owen family at Songkran and the bombing outrage earlier this month when a Thai woman died was trying to put all that behind to show the tourists that all is well.

Apart from the superheroes there were fighters of a more acceptable sort – Thai boxers – as well as beautiful Thai dancers and a cabaret of a different kind of Thai beauty and lots of Thai food to make it all go with a swing.

http://www.dailynews.co.th/regional/519739
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Re: Super hero's on Bintabaht

Post by uncle tom » Thu Sep 01, 2016 4:07 pm

I've thought for years that Binta should be revamped as a paved walking street - would be nice to go one further and also put a night time width restriction on Poonsuk, so nothing fatter than a tuk tuk can force its way down there..
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