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March 26 - April 1, 2010

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SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

Half a million fans crowd Pattaya
Beach for music paradise

The Pattaya International traffic jam, or rather, Music Festival attracted up to 500,000 fans to Fun City for the March 19-21 event. Top bands from Thailand and abroad kept the 6 stages full and fans happy all weekend long. The only loud complaints were heard from people trying to commute to work, as once again traffic at times and in places was nearly at a standstill. But that didn’t stop the nearly half a million fans from enjoying their very own music paradise for the weekend.

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It’s official: Minimum baht bus fares now 10 baht

The Pattaya Baht Bus Co-operative has formalized what has long been the case for most non-Thais traveling on the city’s blue taxis: The minimum fare is now 10 baht.
Until last week, the co-op maintained that fares for all passengers were actually as low as 5-8 baht, depending on the distance traveled. In reality, non-Thais virtually never paid those fares and, since 2008’s surge in oil prices, many Thais have also been paying 10 baht for a ride.

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OUR COMMUNITY

Bangkok Hospital Pattaya invites people to ‘knock out cancer’

Bangkok Hospital Pattaya invited people to “Knock Out Cancer” during a six-day campaign at raising awareness and funds to combat the deadly disease.

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FEATURES

Women With a Mission creating a brighter future for the disabled

With the help of the Regents School’s Round Square Programme, Women With a Mission has added six more fish tank projects to the existing six projects in Sattahip,

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OUR CHILDREN

Regent’s visit good friends
in Mae Hong Son

On Monday February 22, students of the Regent’s School embarked upon a trip to the north of Thailand to the region of Mae Hong Son, where we were accommodated at the Baan Maelid School in a Karen hilltribe village and stayed for 3 days and 3 nights.

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SPORTS

“The Fox” outwits
the chasing pack

The weekend of March 13/14 saw entries from Italy, Denmark, Russia and Australia compete with the best Asian teams to produce a truly international competition in the Thailand Platu Open Championship 2010, raced off the Ocean Marina Yacht Club in Jomtien. Good winds, ultra competitive crews and plenty of sun made sure everyone enjoyed the fun,

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SOCIAL SCENE

Capt. Puttipong Prasarttong-Osoth (right), president of Bangkok Airways receives the Go Asia 3rd place in ‘Best Asian Airline’ award from Norbert Pfefferlein (left), Go Asia’s managing director. The merit was the result of votes cast through www.goasia.de from over 8,000 German-speaking readers of the Reise + Preise Magazine during October, 2009 - February, 2010.

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AUTO MANIA

Lexus LFA to take on the ‘Ring

Lexus is heading back to the legendary Nürburgring this spring to challenge for glory in the 24 Hours endurance race with its LFA supercar. It will be the first time the production LFA is seen in full-blooded competition, taking on one of the world’s most challenging circuits in a marathon test of speed, handling and durability. 

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