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Friday November 26 - December 2, 2004

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by Saichon Paewsoongnern

SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

Loy Krathong - the most romantic night of the year

Loy Krathong, the most romantic night on the Thai calendar this year is being celebrated tonight, November 26. So, take your significant other by the hand, buy or build a biodegradable krathong, head to a body of water and float to your heart’s content. Events will be happening all over the city, including Miss Noppamas contests at the Bali Hai pier in South Pattaya and the Larn Pho Public Park in Naklua, and special evenings are planned at most of the area’s hotels and entertainment venues  Don’t forget to look up at the grand fireworks displays at midnight.

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City administrators ponder New Year’s Celebrations

Two companies bid to host the event in Pattaya

SVC and Associates Co. Ltd. proposes Pattaya’s New Year Festival this year should be a 7 day event starting on Christmas Day with a giant snowman, reindeer, Santa Claus, a parade, and a Santa Lady pageant, and over the 7 days should feature concerts with major Thai artists. SVC has successfully held a similar event in Phuket, and proposed Pattaya’s New Year festivities be telecast live on ITV.

The event would continue through with a spectacular fireworks display, booths, shows and beer drinking contests. Major artists from RS promotions would lead the countdown in the final seconds of 2004 followed by a special effects and pyrotechnics show, broadcast live around the nation from 10.30 p.m. till 12.30 a.m. on New Year’s Eve. The proposed budget for the weeklong festivities is just over 10 million baht.

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NEWS

Full Fill & Reverse selected as Pattaya’s PR company


 

OUR COMMUNITY

The 11th Boy-Girl Sea Scout Assembly held in Rayong

Camp assembly pays tribute to HRH Queen Sirikit

About 40,000 Sea Scouts and superiors participated in the 11th Boy-Girl Sea Scout Assembly held last week at Mahasurasinghanart Camp in Rayong.

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FEATURES

Thrilling air show draws record crowds to Pattaya Sun n’ Fun Fair 2004

The spectacular air show held on November 11 at the Pattaya Air Park in Banglamung drew spectators from all over the country to watch an event which was the first of its kind held in Thailand.

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SOCIAL SCENE

The Siam Commercial Bank led by Mr. Hachapong Haruethaisawad assistant manager of Jomtien branch and Mr. Arporn Ruenarom manager of the Pattaya branch donated 30 giant umbrellas to Mr. Saksit Yaemsiri deputy chief of the Nongprue Sub District Adminstartive Organisation for use during the long boat races held at Mab-prachan reservoir last weekend.

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SPORTS

Heineken Hobie Ch’ships: Aussies Bruce, Sarah win

It was, indeed, perfect conditions when Royal Varuna Sailing Secretary Richard van den Heuvel sent the 30-strong fleet off the start line for the first race of the 2004 Heineken Hobie National Titles.

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