Mail turns 14
Vol. XV No. 24 Friday
June 15 - June 21, 2007
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
Locals protest construction
of gas storage plant
Pattaya Police make sure the situation doesn’t get out of
hand when over 200 protestors line the street, demanding construction of a gas
storage plant on Sukhumvit Road be stopped.
continued | More News
Singapore ship seized for smuggling fuel oil
Customs officers at Laem Chabang have impounded a Singapore ship and arrested 14
crew members along with the captain for illegally bringing fuel oil valued at
more than four million baht into Thailand.
The vessel, the MT Yunita, was seized on June 5 at Koh Loy Pier. Sangkorn
Puengpradit, deputy director general of the Taxation Fairness Management
Department, along with Somsak Potpatinya, director of Laem Chabang Port Customs,
Tanat Suwatanamaethakul, director of the Investigation and Suppression
Department, and a team of customs officers searched her and found that the crew
had been illegally transferring fuel oil to other boats in the harbor.
continued | More News
Pong Sub-district pioneers foreign community watch scheme
Official opening for Pattaya Bay Resort
Pattaya Bay Resort held its official opening on June 5 at the swimming pool
level on the 8th floor of the building, with managing director Kim E
Johansen acting as host.
The resort has 70 luxury rooms in four styles, namely standard, deluxe,
one-bedroom and mini-suite. Covering an area of 4,000 sq m, the development
features an artificial waterfall.
continued | More Community
Bundit Ungrangsee captivates Alangkarn audience
with his magical, musical spell
In star world, class is permanent. Whilst over in Europe, the blond crop
of the resurrected David Beckham wowed the Wembley crowd, Thailand’s
very own golden-man, Bundit Ungrangsee, held his own adoring public
under his magical, musical spell at Pattaya’s theatre of dreams, the
continued | More features
Regent’s students raise the roof with Bugsy Malone
Splat! Splosh! That was the sound of custard pies flying across the
stage in the production by Regent’s School of the smash-hit musical
Bugsy Malone, performed recently in the Globe Theatre.
More Our Children
ESC Pattaya Mail ‘Mike Franklin’ Classic meets the international press in Bangkok
The Chaophya Park Hotel Driving Range was the venue, kindly hosted
by GM Andrew J. Wood on a fine sunny June 7th Morning. Tony Malhotra, the
tournament media director, eloquently emceed the proceedings with a panel
that included Pattaya Deputy Mayor Ronakit Ekasingh, Itthipol Kunplome Chief
Advisor to the Mayor, and Khun Chaiwat Charoensuk, TAT Director Region 3.
continued | More Sports
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