Pattaya and Gulf of Siam unaffected by Tsunami

Travel News Asia 26 December 2004

The frightening Tsunami that devastated many parts of Asia caused only very minor tremors in certain parts of Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand, and did not have any effect on the city of Pattaya or any other cities and resorts, situated around the Gulf of Siam, Thailand's east coast.

A spokesperson at the Royal Cliff Beach Resort in Pattaya stated, "We would like to assure all those worried for the safety of their relatives and friends, who are currently on holiday in Pattaya as well as those who are scheduled to travel to Thailand that our resort city did not experience any ill effects of the earthquake thanks to the citys geographical location and the nature of the mountainous terrain that surrounds the City of Pattaya from several sides."

"We wish to confirm that the people currently staying in an around the resort city of Pattaya are completely safe and were never in any danger at any time during or in the aftermath of the Sumatran earthquake. We also assure that all those arriving to Pattaya and/or to the Royal Cliff Beach Resort are in no danger. Both the sea and the waves have been very calm for the last few days and we have seen clear and sunny skies."

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