Community Happenings is an opportunity for all
clubs, businesses, hotels, restaurants and entertainment outlets to
inform the Pattaya Mail’s readers what new “happenings” are coming
up. Send us your happening by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
or by fax 038 427 596.
Calling All Vendors! The Pattaya International Ladies
Club will be the host for a big Holiday Bazaar at Royal Cliff Beach
Resort on October 8. PILC says, “We are planning the bazaar right now and
because we would like to see some new vendors among the old ones, we are
asking for your help.” If you are a vendor and you would like to join the
PILC holiday bazaar this year please contact Helle Rants้n 01 63 68 165,
email: Esben@ spt.inet.co.th or Avinder 01 862 9452 email@example.com The
deadline is before August 10.
The International Meditation Club organizes “The
best of both worlds meditation training in Samatha (calmness & mind power)
and Vipassana (insight & wisdom) meditation. These techniques are aimed at
eradicating stress, tension, anger, anxiety and depression. This will enable
you to lead a happier and healthier life. Training will be on the private
beach at Pinnacle Resort and Spa during the holiday weekend from July
22 to 24. Instruction will be in English by international meditation masters.
Experience the magic of meditation in the fresh air, under the light of a full
moon, with the sounds of the waves to soothe away all your stress, tension and
anxiety. Limited space is available! For more information contact Tony at 01
622-4507 or e-mail: Tony @Intlmedclub.Org
Pratheep (Peter) Malhotra will be the speaker at the Pattaya
City Expats Club meeting on July Sunday 24th.
Peter, as most people will realize, is the owner and managing director of the Pattaya
Mail and the PCEC is privileged that Peter is able to come this weekend as
the Pattaya Mail celebrates its 1st
Cycle anniversary. Peter will speak, among other things, about the early days
of the newspaper and what he sees as the essential ingredients of a community
newspaper. The meeting will start at 10.30 a.m. in Henry J. Bean’s
Restaurant in the grounds of the Amari Orchid Resort. Buffet breakfast
available from 9.30 a.m. The meeting is open to all and is a wonderful
friendly forum for keeping up to date with all the changes in regulations that
foreigners need to be aware of to live legally and happily in Thailand. To
find out more about the Pattaya City Expats Club visit the website at:
Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States (VFW) E.S.
Hamilton Post 9876 officially meets the second Tuesday of each month at 1
p.m. at the Hog’s Breath Saloon, Soi Batman. Other Tuesdays, interested
persons generally meet there for lunch and catching up on the latest community
news. Operating hours are 8 a.m. till 5 p.m. daily, closed on Sunday. For
further information please call the Hog’s Breath at 038 423 462, email:
vfwpost9876 @hotmail.com or visit our website: www.vfwpost9876.org
Interested in a Honda Phantom Rider’s Club? Then go
along to Bristol Music Bar, Soi 6 Jomtien Beach on Thursday, July 28 at
4 p.m. Afternoon includes suckling pig, barbeque and Thai food and some of the
bets classic rock in town. Also badminton for the ladies. For more info call
Bill on 01 175 0952
The Irish Society of Pattaya meets every Monday
from 6 p.m. at Maggie May’s Bar in Soi Chaiyapoon. Free buffet and
Guinness at 100 baht. For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Rotary Club Eastern Seaboard’s weekly luncheon
meeting is at Pattaya Marriott Resort & Spa. Meetings are on
Tuesdays, beginning at 12:30. Immediate Past President Martin Brands macbee
@loxinfo. co.th mobile 01 795 76476.
The Welsh Society of Pattaya meets at ‘The
Prince of Wales’ in Khao Noi every Saturday at 6 p.m. Free grub of some
sort will be laid on. Any other nationalities interested in rugby are also
welcome. For more info please call 01 865 4382 or visit:
The Dutch Expats Club Pattaya (NVP) meets the last
Thursday of every month at Dolphin Apartments, Soi 20, South Pattaya Road.
They also have groups for bridge, computers, Thai language, fishing,
literature and much more. For more information email: email@example.com
Scandinavian Expats Pattaya meet the second
Sunday of every month. For details contact John tel. 01 523 6080 or
Per tel. 07 083 3834.
The Rotary Club of Taksin-Pattaya has arranged a fellowship
evening, Saturday July 30, and would like to welcome fellow Rotarians from
other clubs in Pattaya as well as guests. This is an eat all you can buffet
with very reasonable drink prices. They are planning a nice social evening
amongst friends, and non-Rotarians are welcome to attend. The evening starts
at 6 p.m. at the ‘Your Hut Caf้,’ Naklua Soi 12. Tickets are 400
baht and include egg rolls, nachos, fajitas, tago, lasagna, fried rice with
shrimp, fried fish, ardobo, rice, plus other items and of course dessert. Drinks
will be at: all beer 35 baht, except Heineken which is 50 baht, wine per
glass at 50 baht, whisky 60 baht, soft drinks at 20 baht. Your Hut Caf้
is located in Naklua Soi 12, first road you can turn left in Soi 12, with the
restaurant on the left.
Queen M’s Scandinavian Pub & Restaurant
is now open for lunch and dinner, serving some of the best from the
Thai and Scandinavian kitchen. Some of the favourites are meatballs, minced
beefsteak, pork chops, steaks, codfish, all served with mashed or boiled
potatoes, brown or b้arnaise sauce and veggies. They also serve
Scandinavian style hot-dogs and hamburgers, and of course their famous
smorgasbord. Queen M’s is located on Soi 12, Pattaya Naklua Road, just 100
meters up the soi.
Enjoy Authentic Turkish Cuisine in Pattaya at A
La Turca in traditional ambience. Try out such specialties as ‘Lady’s
Thigh Kofte’, popular kebabs, Turkish ravioli and pizzas as well as the very
special ‘Lion’s Milk’ and all the sultan’s favorites. Every Friday
night is Harem Night, complete with belly dancer. A La Turca, located
in the Market Pattaya, open daily from noon till midnight. Call 038 411 483
Enjoy a special Gourmet Dinner set at Casa Pascal
Restaurant. A full choice of appetizers, main meal and desserts with red or
white during your meal for just 1,050++ baht or enjoy unlimited beverages for
2,100++ baht. Be sure to book your table. Casa Pascal Restaurant,
Pattaya Second Road, in front of the Marriott Resort, tel. 038 723 660. For
more information visit: www. restaurant-pattaya.com
The Lanna Coffee Shop at the Thai Garden Resort is
offering more value for money with their daily changing set menu prepared by
their European chef Marcus. The chef prepares a choice of two menus per day,
one European and one Thai. Both consist of a 5-course meal which is available
at only 250 baht ++. The Lanna Coffee Shop is open daily and the menus are
served from 11.30 a.m. until 11.30 p.m. Enjoy your meal and get value for your
money at the Thai Garden Resort.
Jameson’s the Irish Pub has a host of Daily Specials!
Don’t miss out on Jameson’s new Thursday night special. Enjoy the Sirloin
Steak Night Thursday Special complete with home made soup, bread and
butter, sirloin steak, served with baked potato, corn on the cob, coleslaw
salad Jameson’s chocolate mousse. A complete 3-course dinner for 150 baht.
So don’t miss out; drop in to Jameson’s the Irish Pub, Soi Sukrudee
(Soi A.R.), Pattaya, email: info@jamesons-pattaya .com Website:
Fancy some good honest Thai home cooking? Visit the Ace
Cafe at Hanuman Corner where they have many excellent and inexpensive Thai
dishes, with most choices explained in an extensive pictorial menu for those
new to the delights of Thai cuisine. For steak lovers, a mouth watering 250g
tenderloin steak with either black pepper or mushroom sauce, a choice of
creamed mashed potatoes or french-fries and served with mixed vegetables and
salad, all for only 225 baht. A huge 300g pork chop with mash, veggies and
apple sauce will set you back only 185 baht. Menu also features many
‘traditional’ favourites. Drop by any Sunday afternoon where you will find
a wealth of complimentary bar snacks, including ribs, sausages, chicken legs
and traditional somtam, so make the Ace Cafe your place to be!
The Dollhouse Pattaya, Walking Street will be hosting a Dance
Competition on Sunday, July 24. Dancers from many Walking Street bars will
be competing. Drop in and enjoy the fun, Walking Street, South Pattaya.
Catch the German (tomorrow and Sunday) and Hungarian (July
30 - 31) Formula 1 Grand Prix at the Ace Cafe, Jomtien,
where every minute of every lap will be shown in super surround sound! Also,
is the doctor going to do it at Donnington? Well, if it’s live on UBC, Ace
Cafe will be showing the Donnington Park Moto GP, tomorrow, right after
the Formula 1. And what makes it more attractive? Sunday at the Ace means a
FREE cook-out, with sausages, ribs, chicken legs and a mountain of somtam for
the girls, so get down to the Ace Cafe at Hanuman Corner for some great
sport, food and company!
Formula 1 Live on the big screen at the Mini - Golf
Pub. Watch the German Grand Prix Qualifying at 6 p.m. Saturday 23 and race
time on Sunday July 24 from 6 p.m. The Mini - Golf Pub, Thappraya Rd.
(Road from Pattaya to Jomtien), opposite Mr. Mac Hotel and Icon Hotel, Tel.
038 250 318.
The Ashes Series between Australia and England will
be shown on the TV screens in Jameson’s starting at 4.30 p.m. every day
until close of play. These games have already started and go through to
mid-September. Drop in to Jameson’s the Irish Pub, Soi Sukrudee (Soi
A.R.), Pattaya, email: info@jame sons-pattaya.com Website:
Cricket from England. The Nat West Challenge and the Ashes
Series at The Haven - all matches shown from 4.30 pm. until
close of play. Draft Heineken at 180 baht per 1 litre; house wine by carafe
250 baht 0.5 litre. The Haven, Soi 13, Pattaya Beach Road.
The Irishman Bar has happy hours from 2 p.m. till 7
p.m. Hinny at 49 baht, Jameson’s whiskey 70 baht. A fun bar, see you there.
Drinking St (ACC) Tiffany’s 09 246 2146.
Pattaya’s most popular Power Jam Band, rocking the
Moon River Pub & Restaurant, plays nightly except on Mondays. Miss
Joy and her band members entertain all foreign and local guests with a wide
repertoire from dance music, rock music to evergreens and much more. Enjoy the
music while sipping on an exotic cocktail, a draft beer or a glass of wine.
Taste the international and Thai menu, or choose one of the Mexican styled
dishes and the new snack towers. Try your hand on 3 layers of delicious
snacks! Happy hour is daily from 6.30 p.m. until 7.30 p.m. Can you think of a
better place to relax and enjoy yourself than at Moon River Pub? Feel free to
join the Latin dance lessons every Friday from 6 p.m. onwards where Samantha
will show you how to become a professional Salsa dancer. So keep on saying,
“Bottoms up at the Moon River Pub!” Located in front of the Thai Garden
Resort, North Pattaya Road.
The Association of Filipinos In Thailand - Eastern
Region Chapter presents “Latin Night” Charity on
Saturday July 30, from 7 p.m. at the A-One Cruise Hotel, Soi 2
Pattaya, Beach Road. Don’t miss Thailand’s Latin dancing champion
and Philippines Latin dancing competitors. Tickets are 1,000 baht and include
an international buffet & wine. For more information & reservations
contact Virginia 09 982 0539 or Stella 01 864 2095.
The International Riding School at Horseshoe Point
is hosting the 2005 FEI World Jumping Challenge on Friday, August 5 to
Sunday August 7. The opening ceremony is on August 5 from 4.30 p.m. with show
jumping classes to follow. The competition continues on August 6 at 8 a.m.
with dressage classes, and at 1 p.m., the show jumping carries on throughout
the afternoon and all day on Sunday August 7. Everyone is welcome to watch.
Good news for all Door 2 Door users. Due to popular
demand Door 2 Door is now dropping the minimum order from 250 baht to 150
baht, so not only can you order your 3 course ala carte meal for your
evenings, but now enjoy a soup & sandwich for brunch. For more information
about the Door 2 Door Service or to receive a free copy of the menu please
call 038 720 222 or visit them on www.door2doorpattaya.com