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by Saichon Paewsoongnern

SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

Peace on Earth, goodwill toward mankind

Little angels at the Fountain of Life wish you and your family a happy holiday season. This is the time of year to gather with family and friends, to get in touch with loved ones far away, and to enjoy the festive spirit. It is also a good time of year to remember those less fortunate and perhaps give a little to make their lives better. The entire Pattaya Mail team wishes you and yours a happy, healthy and fun holiday this year and for many years to come.

More News


South Pattaya beachfront to undergo drastic changes

New road to be built on pylons over the ocean

A new project in the works, briefly mentioned in last week’s Pattaya Mail, if approved will essentially change the South Pattaya land- and seascape from Soi Pattayaland 1 down to the Bali Hai pier.

The plan calls for a new road to be built on concrete and steel pylons over the ocean, veering off from Beach Road at about Soi 13/3 (Pattayaland Soi 1), and rejoining land again between the Siam Bayshore Resort and the new Bali Hai pier, eventually connecting to Pattaya 3rd Road.

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NEWS

Kanchana Pollook-In receives royal decoration for her contributions to society


 

OUR COMMUNITY

Charity Club of Pattaya thanks benevolent donor

The Charity Club of Pattaya recently held a Charity Gala Dinner and Prize Draw that raised, in total, the sum of 122,960 baht for charity. The charities that benefited were the Camillian Social Center Rayong and the Street Kids of Pattaya.

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FEATURES

Buddhists line the streets to view once in a lifetime event

Sacred Relics of Lord Buddha from three countries taken on religious procession through Pattaya

Thousands of devotees, monks, students and the general public lined Pattaya streets to witness the grand religious procession of the ‘Sacred Relics of Lord Buddha’ in Pattaya.

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SOCIAL SCENE

Mayor Niran Watanasartsathorn presents food and amenities to Mrs. Sonthaya Jiamsakul, one of the victims of a recent fire which destroyed her home and belongings. The mayor promised to assist her in acquiring a new home.

More Social Events

SPORTS

PSC 45th Members Tournament

Long time no see, was in our thoughts as we drove down to the course. Of course we all knew that many changes had been made, as every time we had visited of late it had resembled a building site, and many of us had decided to not visit, until it was finished. The Monthly was a chance for 130 players to see the new Sriracha, how would they take to the day.

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