Vol. XI No. 47
Friday November 21 - November 27, 2003
Dining Out & Entertainment
Clubs in Pattaya
Updated every Friday
by Saichon Paewsoongnern
|SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND
HRH Princess Sirindhorn
on study trip
City’s full and tumultuous history subject of tour
Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn shares a light moment with local and
military officials atop Pratamnak Hill during Her visit to Pattaya on Friday,
November 14 with fifth year students from the Chulachomklao Royal Military
Academy. Her Royal Highness, who holds the military rank of an army general,
brought the students here to provide them with a visual education of the Cold
War Era and its impact on the growth and progress of the region since its humble
beginnings as seaside fishing village to its rise as an international resort
continued | More News
City calls for closure of Underwater World
Popular tourist venue fails to change parking arrangements to relieve traffic congestion
City officials are currently processing the necessary
paperwork to close Underwater World after the tourist attraction failed to meet
the deadline on revising their parking conditions.
The poorly planned parking facilities at Underwater World
have drawn strong criticism and numerous complaints regarding constant traffic
snarls on Sukhumvit Road. An inspection by city officials earlier this month
revealed that the car parking facilities were inadequate and the venue was
ordered by Pattaya’s mayor to rearrange and renovate the car park to reduce
congestion. The November 10 deadline was given, as was a follow up survey.
continued | More
Pattaya Business & Tourism Association prepares to host national
Chamber of Commerce meeting
New president installed at the
Rotary Club of Jomtien-Pattaya
Pratheep ‘Peter’ Malhotra was installed for the
second time as the president of the Rotary Club of Jomtien-Pattaya for the
continued | More Community
A fun filled weekend at the races, long boat races that is!
The 3rd annual long boat races at Mabprachan reservoir
on Siam Country Club Road held on November 15 and 16 was an action packed
weekend filled with numerous activities complementing the already tense
continued | More Features
Executives from 21 leading steel companies attended the
PacZAC 2003 (Pacific Zinc Aluminum Coaters Association) meeting in Bangkok,
hosted by BHP Steel (Thailand) Limited. The PacZAC meeting is an Asia-Pacific
forum to discuss technical, product and manufacturing developments and issues.
Pictured are delegates of the PacZAC meeting welcomed by executives of BHP
Steel (Thailand) Limited during their visit to BHP Steel’s production
facility at Map Ta Put.
More Social Events
Bob Pearce strikes gold at Plutaluang
5th Diana Gold Charity Golf Tournament
Bob Pearce carded
a ‘career best’ net 62 at Plutaluang to win the 2003, 5th Diana Gold Charity
Golf Tournament on Friday November 14.
continued | More Sports
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