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April 9 - April 15, 2010

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SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

Pattaya tourism businesses join
anti-red shirt rally in Bangkok

Representatives of the Thai Hotels Association Eastern Chapter from Pattaya gather at Dusit Thani Bangkok before proceeding to Lumpini Park to plead for an end to street demonstrations that are quickly destroying yet another high season.

continued  |  More News


Pattaya officials plead for tradition as Songkran madness looms

Love it or hate it, Songkran is nearly here again and, amid the usual water-soaked chaos, Pattaya officials have organized activities to stress the traditional nature of the water festival. While the legal Songkran holiday runs only from April 13-16, Pattaya, in spirit of its “Extreme City” moniker, soaks up the fun for the full April 13-19 period, and often more. Past years have seen foreigners and even some Thai bar staff start throwing water and powder as early as the evening of April 11.

continued  |  More News


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Annual Chonburi Festival set for April 9-19


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OUR COMMUNITY

Bangkok Hospital Pattaya celebrates 20 years with ‘road show’

Bangkok Hospital Pattaya celebrated its 20-year anniversary by sending doctors and nurses to the Naklua Market to offer special discounts and offer free consultations to vendors and nearby residents.

continued | More Community

FEATURES

‘Small’ concert – big benefits

A charity is planning how to help the community after a major fundraising concert with singing star Heather Small.

Continued | More features

OUR CHILDREN

Government, businesses reach out to aid Pattaya’s poor children

Government and industry came together to lift the spirits and education of children living in the area’s poorest neighborhoods as part of the second “Improving the Quality of Life for Slum Children.”

Continued | More Our Children

SPORTS

Sharks edge Dolphins
in ‘Big Blue derby’

Pattaya United’s hopes of continuing their bright start to the season were dealt a blow last Sunday when they were consigned to a 2-1 home defeat at the hands of big local rivals Chonburi FC.

Continued | More Sports

DINING OUT

Le Mignon - raising the tone
of Soi Post Office

Le Mignon is a new upscale venue in a somewhat down-scale street. Around half way up the one-way Soi 13/2 (AKA Soi Post Office) on the left is Le Mignon, standing out from all the bars and massage parlors with its clean white décor and inviting glass front.

More Dining Out

SOCIAL SCENE

Popular Thai actor, Winai Kraibutr (left) recently visited La Baguette French Bakery in Pattaya and was warmly welcomed by General Manager Stephan Bringer. Winai has achieved international exposure through the film release ‘Bang Rajan’.

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