Vol. XI No. 19
Friday 9 May - 15 May 2003
Dining Out & Entertainment
Life in Fun City
Clubs in Pattaya
All Back Issues
Updated every Friday
by Parisa Santithi
|SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND
Pattaya’s premier hotelier and
restaurateur, Bruno Forrer, of Bruno’s Restaurant, passed away quietly in the early hours of Wednesday 7th
of May. He was 69. Bruno had risen to the position of being an icon in the
hotel and culinary field in Pattaya, for nearly 30 years and visits to his
restaurant were always made even more pleasant following a chat and a joke
with the ever-smiling Bruno. Despite his failing health this year, Bruno had
continued to do the rounds of the restaurant and he will be sorely missed.
The Pattaya Mail will publish tributes to Bruno in next week’s edition.
U.S. and Thailand to hold Cobra Gold ’03 Joint Exercise May 15-29
Central Festival Center Pattaya organizes Central Singing
Contest on the Beach 2003
After the selection round of the Central Singing Contest
on the Beach 2003 held on April 12, 11 finalists competed for top honors on
April 26 at Central Festival Center Pattaya. Winners would win the H.E.
Sonthaya Khunpluem, Minister of Tourism and Sports trophy and a cash prize.
continued | More Community
Tourism businesses and TAT organize “Unseen Thailand” campaign to restructure selling strategy
The war on Iraq and severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS)
concurrently reduced the number of visitors to Thailand by 50 to 70% in the
past few months. To help rebuild the negative impact on national tourism,
many tourism businesses cooperated with Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT)
to launch a campaign called ‘Unseen Thailand’.
continued | More Features
Saturday night round superstar table, the wetting of the
head of young Joshua Thomas, by the Pattaya Panthers at Shenanigans Pattaya
More Social Events
Sujarit ‘Iron Legs’ Jirojwong wins the 1st Lions Club
Mountain Bike Championships
National athletics team cyclist, Sujarit Jirojwong
powered ahead of the rest of the field to claim the first place trophy in
the 1st Lions Club Mountain Bike Championships last Saturday.
continued | More Sports
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