Mail turns 13
Vol. XIV No. 51
Friday December 22 - December 28, 2006
Travel & Tourism
Dining Out & Entertainment
Pattaya Mail Story
Clubs in Pattaya
Current Movies in Pattaya's Cinemas
Updated every Friday
by Saichon Paewsoongnern
|SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND
Peace on Earth, goodwill towards all
Merry Christmas and Happy Chanukah
Little people 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.
continued | More News
Chonburi’s new governor vows to resolve
new governor of Chonburi, Pracha Taerat, arrived in Pattaya on December 8 for a
meeting with members of Pattaya City Council and Pattaya City Hall officials to
discuss the policies he wishes to initiate.
Mayor Niran Wattanasartsathorn welcomed the new governor, who was appointed in
November, and presented him with a summary report.
Governor Pracha said that Pattaya, as one of the country’s main tourist venues,
has experienced a socio-economic growth that has advanced the private sector
much further than the government sector. Therefore, the government has to adapt
through increasing its potential and in an efficient manner.
continued | More News
Childcare experts meet to discuss ways of reducing domestic violence
La Chaine changes hands
The Chaine des Rotisseurs, the oldest gourmet group in the world, is very well
represented in Pattaya and the Eastern Seaboard. Up till the end of 2006, the
Chaine had been steered by well known restaurateur Louis Noll, from the Mata
Hari restaurant, and the gourmet group has seen steady growth under his
continued | More Community
“Jazz Royale” says it all
Sometimes, words cannot adequately reflect the reality behind
the experience. Occasionally, something so magnificent, so absolutely magical
happens, that it is necessary to invent a new range of superlatives. I’m known
as being particularly hard to please; I’m tough to convince at the best of
continued | More features
Regent’s approaches 100,000 baht for AIDS awareness
1st December, World AIDS Day has come and gone but the money keeps coming in
and the AIDS awareness badges are now thin on the ground. No more badges with
the red ribbon on, no more pink elephants… students are now buying badges that
represent their houses and wearing them proud, ready for Athletics Day on
December 12: ‘Regent’s sport supports AIDS awareness.
More Our Children
Royal Thai Navy team triumphs in the 20th Phuket King’s Cup Regatta
The Royal Thai Navy has not only supported the Phuket King’s Cup Regatta
during the last 19 years, but, for the second year in succession the men
from the Sattahip Navy Base won the IRC 2 Class in a very hard-fought final.
Lt. Peera Sagultem helmed “Royal Thai Navy One”, to a convincing victory.
continued | More Sports
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