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SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

‘Monkey Island’ tourism
threatened by garbage

Garbage is becoming a larger than normal problem on the beach
and on the rocks on Ped Island, including on Sai Kaew Beach.
(Photo by Patcharapol Panrak )

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55-year-old Koh Larn property war flares again

Chonburi Gov. Senee Jittakasem (left), and Puchong Rungroj (right), president of the House Administration Commission discuss land ownership with Koh Larn residents (not shown).

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OUR COMMUNITY

PILC in for a real treat
at Montien Hotel

The ladies from the Pattaya International Ladies Club were in for a real treat at the Montien Hotel for their monthly luncheon in November. All sixty four of them enjoyed the sumptuous buffet provided by the hotel and as Pattaya had just enjoyed the festival of Loy Krathong the previous evening, the staff along with Alvi Sinthuvanik, Hospitality Chair, demonstrated some Thai customs and performed some traditional Thai dance.

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FEATURES

Tradition first at area
Loy Krathong celebrations

After a Western-influenced Halloween weekend, area residents and tourists embraced tradition Monday for grand Loy Krathong celebrations.
Pattaya’s celebration was centered at Bali Hai Pier with Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome presiding over an event aimed at preserving Thai traditions as well as stoking tourism. Activities included beauty and children’s contests, a krathong-decorating competition and stage entertainment.

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OUR CHILDREN

I.S.E. walk-a-thon raises 127,000 baht for charity

Students from the International School of the Eastern Seaboard raised 127,000 baht to help two charity organizations during an Oct. 28 walk-a-thon.

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SPORTS

Thailand Laser Nationals - another victory for Keerati Bualong

Keerati Bualong retained his title of Thai Laser National Champion over a weekend of testing sailing at Royal Varuna Yacht Club recently.

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SOCIAL SCENE

Somsak Tanruengsri (left), general manager of Pattaya Marriott Resort & Spa graciously welcomed Rear Admiral Sophon Boonchom (right), Commander of the Royal Thai Navy Air Division to celebrate an exclusive pilot staff party. Over 250 crew members enjoyed the finest refreshments and entertainment until late into the night at the resort’s ballroom.

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DINING OUT

Siam Elephant - a national icon

Thai elephants are supposedly jungle animals, but the Siam Elephant is not - it is a restaurant within the Siam Bayshore Resort and Spa and overlooks the final stretch of Walking Street as it leads into the Bali Hai pier area. It has been established for around five years,

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