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VOL.XXII No. 46
Friday November 14 - November 20, 2014
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Loy Krathong as vibrant as ever

Loy Krathong this year was as vibrant as ever, with throngs of people turning up at Pattaya Beach, Jomtien Beach, local temples and at Lan Pho Public Park in Naklua to launch their krathongs (floats) of flowers and incense. Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome commented that Loy Krathong provides a good chance for foreign guests to not only experience true Thai culture, but also to see people wearing traditional Thai costumes, as seen here on Walking Street.

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Pattaya Mail issue number 1111

This edition represents a special, once in a lifetime achievement, for it is issue number 1111. For over 21 years, we have worked hard to be the voice of Pattaya, and will continue to do so into the future. In fact, in numerology, 1111 means initiating procedures to build a firm foundation for the future. It looks like we’re off to a good start.

Continued

 

More News >>

Chonburi police chief meets local media
Soi Nernplabwan roadwork finished
Sukhumvit Road patched
Leaking since 2010, water pipe finally repaired by Pattaya City Hall
Bigger pipes would solve Beach Road flooding, but Pattaya can’t afford them
Pattaya workers, vendors scurry to clean up Loy Krathong’s aftermath
12 arrested in Sattahip meth raid
Suspected Nigerian Internet scammers arrested in Pattaya
Sattahip Market raided for Loy Krathong lanterns, firecrackers

Bangkok cabbie returns fat wallet to Brit tourist

A Bangkok cabbie bailed out a British tourist who had just arrived, and who dropped his wallet in the back seat of a taxi on his way from the airport to Pattaya.

Continued

 

FTI believes Thailand remains ASEAN industrial leader

The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) believes that investment in infrastructure and special economic zones along the border will maintain Thailand’s status as the largest production base of ASEAN.
Continued

More BUSINESS

Thailand’s Consumer Confidence Index rose in October


Thailand’s Consumer Confidence Index rose in October
Thai inheritance tax expected in six months
 

Hilton Pattaya celebrates third annual Hilton Worldwide Global Week of Service

In celebration of Hilton Worldwide’s third annual Global Week of Service, October 19 - 25, more than 50 volunteers from Hilton Pattaya helped support the local community by donating food and culinary equipment for underprivileged children to the Banglamung Home for Boys.

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More Our community >>

Who’s worth more, inventors or footballers?


YWCA, PBTA donate food, rice to ATCC
Pattaya Sports Club are delighted to be able to help with the new home of Hand to Hand
A long way from home  
 

Loy Krathong comes to GIS

Students celebrated Loy Krathong at Garden International School (GIS) with an array of cultural activities.

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Our Children >>

Young guests at Holiday Inn Pattaya enjoy an adventure in English


Oxford graduate returns to GIS
 
Vanuatu crowned beach volleyball champions in Pattaya

Both the final and 3rd/4th play play-off match went to 3 sets at the Pattaya Thailand Challenger, FIVB Beach Volleyball tournament which concluded on Sunday, November 9.
Continued

More Sports >>
St. Andrews tops ESAC cross-country championship
FC Planet start Cup defence with emphatic win
Khao Maikaew school sends 2 teams to Euro Cake finals
Eurasia Cup heroes eyeing Thailand Golf Championship crown
Jordison signs off with a win
 

Dutch swing band B2F plays ‘thank you’ concert at Silverlake

Silverlake Wine & Grill thanked customers for their support with a special dinner package and concert from the Dutch swing band B2F on the evening of Saturday, November 1.

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