Newly-painted street art decorates Pattaya’s Strolling Street on Tuesday. (Picture: Chaiyot Pupattanapong)

CHON BURI: Pattaya City is refurnishing, painting murals on its notorious Strolling Street to bring in travelers.

Checking the painting on Tuesday, Pattaya deputy mayor Manote Nongyai stated a specialist will complete murals on a 500-square-metre area on Strolling Street. The images include marine life – consisting of a huge shark – and had yet to be covered, he stated.

The very same specialist would finish painting another 500 square metres in the next 20 days. Mr Manote stated he hoped the “street art” would be a brand-new landmark and bring in and impress visitors to Pattaya.

The painting would later on be broadened further along Strolling Street, the deputy mayor stated.

Pattaya City had yet to exercise procedures to save the street murals, stated Mr Manote. That was due to the fact that Strolling Street was open to traffic at day and authorities would likewise need to avoid liquid waste from tainting the art work, he stated.

Numerous Thai and foreign travelers have actually currently shown up to take images and video of the artistically-enhanced Strolling Street

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