Vol. XVII No. 49 Friday
December 4 - December 10, 2009
Travel & Tourism
Dining Out & Entertainment
Life in Fun City
Pattaya Sports Round-up
Long Live His Majesty the King
Miss Tiffany Universe 2009
Happy Birthday HM Queen Sirikit
Clubs in Pattaya
Current Movies in Pattaya's Cinemas
Updated every Friday
by Saichon Paewsoongnern
|SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND
Long Live His Majesty the King
Mail, Pattaya Blatt, Pattaya Mail Television and Chiang Mai Mail would like to
join the Kingdom of Thailand in humbly extending our loyal greetings and best
wishes to His Majesty the King in celebration of December 5, the auspicious
occasion of the 82nd Anniversary of the birth of His Majesty King Bhumibol
Adulyadej the Great, the longest reigning monarch in the world today. Inside
this issue is a very special color supplement paying tribute to this most
beloved Monarch. Long Live His Majesty the King and Happy Fathers Day to all.
(Photo courtesy Bureau of the Royal Household)
Continued | More Special Publications
Defense ministers cool
at Pattaya meeting
Banh also refused to get drawn into the dispute, declining to answer questions
about a Thai engineer jailed on espionage charges other than to say he will
receive a fair trial.
continued | More News
Negligence blamed for
Laem Chabang chemical leak
Bad traffic in Pattaya
Pattaya Mail receives Support
Award from Father Ray Foundation
Pattaya Mail’s Managing Director Pratheep Malhotra this
week received an award from Lyndy Moore Eggleton, Public Relations Manager
of the Father Ray Foundation. Lyndy said, “On behalf of Mike Lancaster, and
members of our Development Team,
continued | More Community
Cosmopolitan Lions Club conjures up 350,000 baht
The Jomtien branch of the Cosmopolitan Lions Club pulled off a coup
by securing the services of one of the world’s most celebrated magicians,
Howard Posener, for their charity evening at the Amari Orchid Resort.
Continued | More features
Asian University hosts National Science Museum caravan
At the opening ceremony on Wednesday November 25, first year
students Durian and Nook introduced University President Dr. Viphandh
Roengpithya who welcomed everyone.
Continued | More Our Children
Thailand wins another Pattaya yachting week
Thai champion junior sailor, Keerati Bualong, made no
mistakes on the last day of the just-finished 2009 Byte Cll Asian
Championships and the 2010 Youth Olympic Qualifier, sailed off the
host club, the Royal Varuna Yacht Club in South Pattaya, finishing
the last three races with three first placings.
Continued | More Sports
Excuse me, have you seen an E85 pump round here?
The debate over alternate fuels has
continued unabated during 2007, 2008 and 2009. The number of
options that are being bandied about just means to me that
nobody really knows which way to turn. The technologies are
all there, but there is no consensus on the way to go.
More Auto Mania
Some wonderful gourmet hours
There is a subtle difference between ‘gourmet’ and ‘gourmand’. One denotes a
lover of fine food and wine, the other is a glutton.
More Dining Out
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