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SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden welcomes new World Scout
Foundation members

These young blind students are receiving the thrill of a lifetime, being welcomed into scouting by Royalty. King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden was in Pattaya this past week to welcome new members of the World Scout Foundation.

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Utapao to be upgraded to handle more passengers

Utapao Airport is changing its name to Utapao International Airport and is moving to upgrade its facilities to be able to service up to 1,200 passengers daily instead of 400 currently.
Airport Deputy Director Captain Siripong Sukkasem outlined the planned improvements at the monthly meeting of the Thai Hotels Association Eastern Chapter at Erawan Hotel the Royal Cruise on February 19, presided over by association president Chatchawan Supachayanont.
“We are developing this airport to help rebuild confidence for tourists after our two international airports had to temporarily close,” he said.

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OUR COMMUNITY

Beer house celebrates 1st birthday

Diana Dragon Chang Beer House celebrated its first anniversary, one year since it adopted its present name and still offering Chang beer and excellent customer service in a joint venture between Diana Group and Thai Beverage Company.

continued | More Community

FEATURES

Woodland Suites open
in grand style

Woodland Suites Serviced Residences Pattaya opened more five-star suites, then celebrated with a dinner party on February 17.

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OUR CHILDREN

Pattaya Swim Club wins young swimmers tournament

Pattaya Swim Club splashed away to win overall in the annual Pattaya City Youth Swimming Tournament held at Sathit Udom Suksa School’s swimming pool on February 14-15.

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SPORTS

Pattaya’s disabled archers triumph again

Pattaya’s young disabled archers triumphed yet again in the Thailand National Games for the Disabled, held recently at Phitsanulok, in northern Thailand. The archery team, from Pattaya’s Redemptorist Vocational School for the Disabled,

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SOCIAL SCENE

Somsak Tanruengsri (left), GM of Pattaya Marriott Resort & Spa and Supadit Maneratjarusri (right). Royal Garden Plaza advisor, welcome Philippe Guenat (Center) to the resort. It was 13 years ago that Guenat was the GM at the Royal Garden Resort with Supadit on his side as executive director and Somsak as hotel manager.

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DINING OUT

BKK Grill

Don’t worry if you have never heard of the BKK Grill. I hadn’t either until a few weeks ago when I stumbled across it in The Avenue on Second Road. Unsure of what I really wanted to eat, I strolled around wondering if I should have a pizza from Pizza Pizza by Yanee, go for the British counter lunch at Shenanigans,

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