A GROUP of villagers in the southern Thai province of Phang Nga is demanding an investigation into a building that has been left unused for three years.
Named James Bond’s Building by the municipal authority, the building has been left unused since it was officially opened in 2014.
“We want a clear explanation from the municipality. More than 38 million baht in taxpayers’ money has been spent,” a local trader told Sanook.com today (August 25).
The construction was done under the approval of Ministry of Tourism and Sports. Visitors who entered the building today were shocked by the poor conditions of the building, which was constructed with taxpayers’ money.
Top: The exterior of James Bond’s Building which has been left unused for three years. Photo: Sanook.com
By Songpol Kaopatumtip