Vol. XI No. 45
Friday November 7 - November 13, 2003
Dining Out & Entertainment
Clubs in Pattaya
Updated every Friday
by Saichon Paewsoongnern
|SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND
Pattaya’s Loy Krathong festivities become a multicultural affair
One of the Kingdom’s favorite holidays is this weekend
This year’s Loy Krathong festivities in Pattaya are set to
be different than all previous years. Originating in Sukhothai over 700 years
ago, the ancient festival will have a new twist here in Fun City as the events
continued | More News
City gives the go ahead for supervised fireworks use during Loy Krathong
No sales to children and public urged to use caution
The ancient Thai Festival of Loy Krathong is celebrated
in Thailand each year on 15th night of the 12th lunar month according to the
traditional calendar. Throughout the festival, fireworks have been used as
part of the celebrations. Last year, Pattaya administrators banned their use
fearing careless use would cause many accidents.
continued | More
Sattahip Naval base welcomes new commander as head of Thai Marines base
U.K. Club of Pattaya & Q Cars team up to help Camillian Centre
Jon and Sam Fox of Q Cars Jomtien Beach Condominium
contacted the U.K. Club of Pattaya to see if the club’s chosen charity for
2003, the Camillian Centre would like to have some dried noodles.
continued | More Community
Freemasons donate 120 wheelchairs to the Physically Challenged
Thailand hosts the First ever Asia Pacific Masonic Congress
Freemasons from the Asia Pacific region
gathered in Bangkok last month to participate in the First Asia Pacific
Masonic Congress. This event was held to coincide with the Annual
Communication of the District Grand Lodge of the Middle East, holding
under the Grand Lodge of Ancient, Free and Accepted Masons of Scotland.
continued | More Features
Friends en masse gathered at Shenanigans Pattaya to
wish Breezer a fond farewell on her last night working at Shenanigans. Good
More Social Events
Anna vs Tammy - a local tennis conundrum
Exhibition match Sunday, Nov. 9 at the Dusit
It’s only an exhibition match, but local tennis fans might find
themselves in a bit of a quandary this weekend when local favorite Tamarine
“Tammy” Tanasugarn plays world star Anna Kournikova at the Dusit Resort.
continued | More Sports
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