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Hua Hin beach cleanup: Day 1

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Twenty-two food vendors whose stalls encroached on Hua Hin beach began dismantling their illegal structures on Monday as authorities launched a campaign to return the beach to its natural beauty and ensure fair food prices. 

Food vendors found to have encroached on Hua Hin beach dismantle their stalls on Monday. They were told to move away from the beach to a new site arranged by the authorities. (Photos by Chaiwat Satyaem)

The vendors started to pull down their stalls and pack up cooking equipment in the morning. Soldiers and city cleaners helped them remove large items such as framework and refrigerators. 

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