Pattaya Mail turns 15
Vol. XVI No. 15 Friday
April 11 - April 17, 2008
Travel & Tourism
Dining Out & Entertainment
Life in Fun City
Pattaya Mail Story
Clubs in Pattaya
Current Movies in Pattaya's Cinemas
Updated every Friday
by Saichon Paewsoongnern
|SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND
Motorists to pay fees
for parking on Beach Road
Pattaya Police issue
parking tickets to motorists parked
in a no-parking zone (white and yellow paint).
continued | More News
Checkpoints set up
at secondary roads and
villages during Songkran
Chonburi Province has embarked upon a
campaign to reduce road accidents during the Songkran festival, tightly
controlling all the primary and secondary roads with the intention of getting
the number of fatalities down to no more than 10.
A briefing was held on April 2 at Chonburi Town Hall by Deputy Governor Komsan
Aekachai, at which a two-pronged approach was announced.
The period until April 10 was for preparations and practice, including
monitoring the primary and secondary roads and the local roads for traffic flow,
advising residents, and training personnel. During the period April 11 to 17,
speed limits will be enforced and checkpoints will be mounted in the communities
and the villages.
continued | More News
Water revelers on the highways face prosecution during Songkran
More Mail Bag
Hunkering down for Songkran
BPH kicks off summer health package
Bangkok Pattaya Hospital is providing a special Health Family Summer
2008 package for residents and tourists until the end of April.
continued | More Community
Disabled children enjoy day out
at Royal Varuna Yacht Club
The Rotary Club of Bangkok South (RCBS) took more than
200 disabled children to the Royal Varuna Yacht Club for a day out on
Continued | More features
Asian University’s summer campers help to clean Jomtien Beach
In March, Asian University opened the first of their two English
Summer camps for 2008 with one hundred and forty students. The
youngsters were eagerly awaiting the English programme and the many
additional educational, social, sporting and fun activities.
Many of the summer campers have expressed an interest in continuing
their study, following the camps, either in the College M4, 5 and 6 or
in one of the undergraduate degree programmes offered by Asian
More Our Children
Eastern ‘Five’ Star Hospitality
Eastern Star hospitality was at its best and unquestionably ‘Five
Star’ quality on Friday March 28 when the ESR Management team hosted a
‘Thank You’ party for representatives from the golf groups, venues and
agencies in Pattaya.
Continued | More Sports
Christina Boden (right) of the Charity Club of Pattaya
managed to pin down one of the Blue Wave Watersport lads this week to
present him with a certificate of appreciation, as one of the Platinum
Sponsors for the gala dinner last December. Gary Baguley (left) received the
certificate on behalf of Antony Chapman.
More Social Events
The Captain’s Corner and
the Winning Formula
When a restaurant has been around for 11 years, it should
not need introducing, and incidentally, it must also be doing something
right! However, restaurants can fall out of the public consciousness after
some years, and even well-established restaurants do have to come up with
More Dining Out
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