Vol. XII No. 14
Friday April 2 - April 8, 2004
Dining Out & Entertainment
Life in Fun City
Clubs in Pattaya
Updated every Friday
by Saichon Paewsoongnern
|SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND
A most happy birthday to Her Royal Highness Princess Maha
of Thailand on April 2 celebrates the most auspicious occasion of Her Royal
Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn’s birthday. We at the Pattaya
Mail join the rest of the country with our most humble wishes for HRH
Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn for a long, healthy and happy life. (For more
information about Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn)
continued | More News
The votes are in -
Pattaya has a new mayor
Niran Wattanasartsathorn takes narrow victory
voting public has had their say, and most said that Niran Wattanasartsathorn was
the best choice on the ticket to hold the office of Pattaya Mayor.
Although at the time of going to press the results were still
unofficial, the initial tally showed that Niran garnered 13,336 votes, over
two-thousand more than his nearest rival, Surat Mekavarakul’s 11,238.
continued | More
Extravagant opening for Alangkarn
Exclusive wine competition at the U.S. ambassador’s residence
The Office of Agricultural Affairs of the U.S. Embassy
recently organized “the Ambassador’s Wine List Awards Competition” at
the U.S. Ambassador’s residence for the 2nd consecutive year featuring
wines imported from the United States.
continued | More Community
Singapore: A catalyst for Asian boating?
With some of Asia’s - in fact, the world’s - best
cruising areas and some tax relief in sight, the erstwhile hard-pressed Thai
marine industry seems poised for exponential growth.
continued | More Features
G. Burleigh Mattice (2nd right) and
friends celebrating his 63rd birthday at Amor
More Social Events
Prodigy Taiwanese and Korean players take honors in the Amata Cup
ITF Junior Cup at Siam Bayshore Resort
Top seed Chan Yung-jan from Taiwan and Kim Sun-yong of South Korea
claimed the girls’ and boys’ singles titles at the Amata Cup ITF Junior
Group I, which wound up at the Siam Bayshore Hotel last Sunday.
continued | More Sports
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