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by Saichon Paewsoongnern

SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

Crowds of devotees visit the temples
 on Visakha Bucha Day

Monks at local temples chant prayers for the devoted Buddhists
on this most holy of days, Visakha Bucha Day.

continued | More News


Highway Police begin enforcing ban on drivers using cellphones

Pattaya Highway Police have installed a checkpoint on Sukhumvit Road that is designed to help with road safety and cut down on crime, including enforcing the new law that forbids the use of cellphones while driving.
Pol Maj Col Komsan Kanha, inspector at Pattaya Highway Police said that the checkpoint would be used for officers to ensure driving safety standards are maintained, that vehicle documentation is kept up to date, that motorcyclists use crash helmets, and that drivers do not use their mobile phones while driving.

continued  |  More News


More News
Sikh Community donates essential goods for cyclone-hit Myanmar


More Mail Bag
Fines begin for drivers using cell phones


OUR COMMUNITY

Full house at
the GTCC regulars’ table

May 9 saw the German-Thai Chamber of Commerce (GTCC) invite members and friends to its regulars’ table again, which takes place every second Friday of every odd month at the Moon River Pub on North Pattaya Road.

continued | More Community

FEATURES

New drama group treads
the boards

The curtain has risen on a new theatre group in Pattaya. The Pattaya Players made its debut in a successful three-night run at the Bangkok Hospital Pattaya’s Function Hall from May 16-18.

Continued | More features

OUR CHILDREN

Fun in the sun
at Horseshoe Point

Twenty kids from the Mercy Center here in Pattaya were treated to a great day out at Horseshoe Point recently courtesy of Laem Chabang International Terminal Co., Ltd. They started the day with some football before a spot of lunch and some cool drinks. When it was time to hit the pool, many managed to do so without getting wet.

Continued | More Our Children

SPORTS

Man City stars visit Pattaya after playing Thai national team in Bangkok

Sven-Goran Eriksson, manager of Manchester City football club, led the team to Pattaya on Sunday, May 18 for a spot of relaxation following a friendly match with the Premier Thai national team in Bangkok.

Continued | More Sports

SOCIAL SCENE

The Thai Garden Resort, which is closing for extensive renovation as of May 1 for a period of 4 months, says goodbye to the Heider family from Germany, the last guests until the renovated resort welcomes guests again.

More Social Events

DINING OUT

Frogs and Fine Wines

What do fine wines and frogs have in common? The answer is the Anura Wine Estate.

More Dining Out



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