Pattaya Mail turns 15

Vol. XVII No. 11 Friday
March 13 - March 19, 2009

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City looks at widening Pattaya Beach

Erosion is taking its toll on Pattaya Beach, prompting city
administrators to look into a beach widening project.

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City to help manage Utapao Airport

Pattaya City administrators recently discussed with Utapao Airport board members the possibility of the city becoming more involved in funding the planned upgrade and management of the airport. The view being taken is that of using the facility as a gateway for tourists coming to the city.

continued | More News

More News
Elderly residents register for special pension

Mail Bag
Fugi exhibits exemplary behavior


Sweet life
for PILC at La Dolce Vita

La Dolce Vita opened its doors for the first time to members of the Pattaya International Ladies Club (PILC) last week. Over ninety members turned to the restaurant in Soi 18, Naklua Beach Road and were treated a delicious buffet lunch of Italian and international cuisine with delectable desserts by owner Chef Paolo and his team.

continued | More Community


Pattaya Mail Media Group wins ‘Best in the East’ award for the 11th consecutive year

The awards keep piling up for Pattaya Mail Media group as we once again won the Best in the East  Award now for the 11th consecutive year.
Pattaya Mail Publishing Co. Ltd. collected the award of excellence at the National Media Day celebrations hosted by the Eastern Mass Media Association on March 5 in Chonburi.

Continued | More features


Regent’s students build new workshop in Mae Hong Son

On the 15th of February 2009, 36 students from the Regents School Pattaya accompanied by 4 teachers and 3 gap staff traveled to a remote hill tribe village in Mae Hong Son Province, called Ban Mae Lid, with the purpose to build a workshop for the local school. The funding, a sum of 144,000 baht for the project, came from the fund raising activities of the Regents School such as the Coin Challenge.

Continued | More Our Children


Pattaya United held to a draw in Premier League opener

Pattaya United, the ‘Blue & White Dolphins’ took on newly promoted Sriracha FC in their inaugural match in the Thai Premier League at the Nongprue Municipality Field in Pattaya last Sunday, but for the many home fans anticipating a winning start to the season, it turned into something of an anti-climax.

Continued | More Sports


Vice Admiral Suwit Thararoop (right) of the Royal Thai Navy welcomes Lt. Gen. Keith Stalder (left), Commander of US Marine Forces Pacific on his arrival at Dusit Thani Pattaya for a private dinner. Lt. Gen. Stalder was in Thailand for discussions with the Royal Thai Navy and Armed Forces on topics ranging from training and exercise, participation in Cobra Gold, to support for humanitarian operations.

More Social Events


Poseidon hosts La Chaine

I received an email from the Bailli and officers of the Chaîne des Rôtisseurs, Bailliage de Pattaya, Thailande, inviting me to enjoy “An Evening Amical” at the Poseidon restaurant in Jomtien last Friday.

More Dining Out


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