Mail turns 12
Vol. XIII No. 29
Friday July 22 - July 28, 2005
Dining Out & Entertainment
Life in Fun City
Clubs in Pattaya
Updated every Friday
by Saichon Paewsoongnern
|SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND
The Kingdom rejoices in HRH Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn’s Royal Birthday Celebration
Mail team joins the Kingdom of Thailand in humbly offering our best wishes to
HRH Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn on the occasion of His Royal Birthday
Celebration, July 28.
courtesy Bureau of the Royal Household)
continued | More News
Foundation claims innocence in building illegal structure on Pratamnak Hill
Incensed by media presence at meeting, builders demand closed session
An illegal structure built on Pratamnak Hill, near the Large
Buddha Temple, is to be removed on the instructions of city hall.
Representatives from the Mahakijpaisarn Foundation responsible for the
infringement dispute the city’s claim and met with the mayor and city council
chairman last week to discuss the issue. Incensed at media presence, they called
for a private meeting but were denied, with administrators saying that
everything must be transparent.
continued | More
Ferry companies fighting for passengers are disrupting sail schedules
A-Lo-Ha from Chantaburi, and Kittipob’s home from home
A longtail boat brought tourists and reporters through the
mangroves and into the Wang Kung area around Prued Island, in the Klung district
of Chantaburi province.
continued | More Community
Chilean wine brings out the experts
The Royal Cliff Wine Club presented another of their
unsurpassed value evenings in the ballroom of the Royal Cliff Grand.
continued | More Features
Amrik Singh Kalra, representing the Indian Community
of Pattaya congratulates Ronakit Ekasingh on his appointment as the
deputy mayor of Pattaya City at the grand reception held in his honour
More Social Events
Kenyan runner takes Pattaya Marathon title
On his first visit to Thailand, Kenyan John Rotich was
first to cross the finish in this year’s 11th Pattaya Marathon. Rotich
crossed the finish line with a time of 2 hours 34 minutes and 33 seconds,
eight minutes slower than fellow countryman John Kelai last year.
continued | More Sports
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