Vol. XI No. 43
Friday October 24 - October 30, 2003
Dining Out & Entertainment
Clubs in Pattaya
Updated every Friday
by Saichon Paewsoongnern
|SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND
Sorry! No room at the Inn
Baby elephant attempts to check-in at a local hotel - much to the distress of guests and employees
the little fellow just wanted to try out the all-you-can-eat buffet dinner?
However, when it was refused entrance, a 10,000 baht temper tantrum ensued,
sending guests and staff scattering in all directions.
continued | More News
Nefarious “women of the second category” attacking tourists and residents
Looming on or around Beach Road,
looking for quick baht
The city is under attack by violent “women of the
second category”. In a recent spate of incidents, a number of tourists and
foreign residents have been mugged by aggressive lady-boys. Some of the
victims lost copious amounts of cash.
continued | More
Local police sweep city of crime and vice for APEC forum
Many activities held on October 23
Chulalongkorn Day, October 23, is a national holiday and
ceremonies were performed throughout Thailand to mark the day that the great
King passed away in the year 1910.
continued | More Community
Pattaya welcomes World Youth and Student Travel Conference delegates
Visitors treated to a display of culture at Bali Hai
City administrators and officials gave a warm greeting
to 500 delegates from 60 countries as they arrived in Pattaya for the
World Youth and Student Travel Conference (WYSTC) last Monday evening. A
grand welcoming party was organized for the representatives on the grounds
of the Bali Hai pier in South Pattaya.
continued | More Features
Panyachartrak, minister of Natural Resource &
Environment (center) recently presided over a seminar and gave his policy to
manage the National Park at Cholburi room of the Ambassador City Jomtien
More Social Events
PSC 34th Members Tournament
Friday October 17, Khao Kheow Golf Course
Another big field teed off at Khao Kheow to contest this fine day out,
organised by Gerry Carpenter, PSC golf chairman and his committee. Another
fine day spent on this course, that, whilst not in it’s finest condition,
is such a quality course that it is always a pleasure and privilege to play
and also a course that tests your golf to the ultimate. There are no easy
shots, you play well or you suffer.
continued | More Sports
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