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SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

City demolishes 12 buildings blocking storm-drainage canal

Workers from the Engineering Division demolish buildings
blocking the drainage canal in South Pattaya.

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Naklua’s Walking Street opens Saturday with spotlight on tradition

Naklua’s own version of Walking Street opens Saturday but don’t expect neon and nightlife. The focus of this new “Old Town” is on tradition.
Two small streets at the far northern end of Naklua Road will be closed to traffic from 4-10 p.m. each weekend until Feb. 7 with vendors of locally-made products, souvenirs, food and clothing lining the 3 meter-wide blocks between Lan Pho and the Naklua Bridge. Each Saturday and Sunday night will also see a full calendar of Thai cultural shows.

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Rotarians in Thailand present a donation of 9,999,999 baht to support Ananda Mahidol Foundation Scholarships Fund


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Noise, noise and more noise


OUR COMMUNITY

Lions Club of Pattaya-Banglamung officially founded

The 52nd Lions Club in Region 310C came to life Nov. 11 as 37 members were inducted into the Lions Club of Pattaya-Banglamung at Sukhawadee House on Sukhumvit Road.

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FEATURES

Shaken, not stirred - PILC annual ball brings out the secret agents in everyone

On Saturday November 14, the Amari laid out the red carpet to welcome 160 people for the event of the year, the PILC “Live and Let’s Dine” Gala Ball, Bond style.

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OUR CHILDREN

Regent’s “Love in a Box”

Not all people around the world are as lucky as us; we can afford TVs, mobile phones and computers while some parts of the world people can’t afford simple items which we all have.

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SPORTS

Bangsaen Speed Festival coming next weekend

The third year of the biggest motor sport festival in Thailand, “Bangsaen Thailand Speed Festival 2009”, is to take place between November 27 and 29 at Laem Thaen, Bangsaen beach.

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SOCIAL SCENE

Supattra Jirathiwat (2nd right), senior vice president for communications and image for Centara Hotels and Resorts recently donated funds to Somdej Nanudorn (2nd left), director of the Banglamung Home for the Seniors Citizen on the occasion of the Centara Grand Mirage Beach Resort’s grand opening, joined by the resort’s general manager, Adrian Brown (left) and sales and marketing director, Nuttapong Janthawet (right).

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DINING OUT

Marriott’s Saturday Seafood and Sauvignon Buffet

If you enjoy oysters, lobsters, caviar, Alaskan crab and salmon don’t hang about, go directly to the Marriott Resort and Spa Garden Cafe next Saturday and indulge yourself to the point of gluttony. We did! It was wonderful!

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