Wannakorn said: “Some vendors still have products that they were able to salvage but don’t have a market to sell at.
“So we have asked a landowner of the near the old market to be used as a temporary market for this weekend (June 2-3) from 3pm to 9pm.
“Tomorrow, traders will be registered to sell at the temporary market every weekend. We have published to the media and social media in order to invite people to the help these vendors.
“Forensic police haven’t concluded the cause of Sunday’s fire yet. We will have to wait for the Phuket municipality to decide whether we are permitted to rebuild the market.”
Published : Aug 09, 2022
Published : May 31, 2018
By : The Thaiger