This year we welcome in
the Year of the Rabbit with traditional Chinese New
Year celebrations at Naklua’s Lan Pho Park from Feb.
3-5. Most local resorts and entertainment venues
also will be hosting events to wish in the New Year.
So, whether you go to Naklua or one of your favorite
venues, or even if you wish to stay home to
celebrate the Year of the Rabbit, the Pattaya Mail
Media family wishes you and yours a Happy Chinese
New Year - Kung Hei Fat Choi! .
Draft says new
licenses required for revised Pattaya
Pattaya will require new licenses for businesses
planning to operate in three entertainment zones to be designated in the
“Pattaya Model Project” now being drafted by local and national
Local officials tour endangered beachfront, offer little to solve erosion crisis
Three days after being told Pattaya Beach will
disappear into the sea within five years without government
intervention, Pattaya Deputy Mayor Ronakit Ekasingh and Banglamung
District Chief Mongkol Thamakittikhun went down to the seashore to see
just how bad things really are.,
South Korean pop idols hit Pattaya for Chinese New Year TV special
Top South Korean music artists and pop stars
descended on Pattaya to film a Chinese New Year’s TV special that the
Tourism Authority of Thailand hopes will spur more Koreans to visit.
From the province of Yala in the south to Chiang Rai in
the north, and from Tak on the Burmese border to Mukdahan in the east,
several thousand athletes arrived in Pattaya from more than forty provinces
throughout the Kingdom to take part in the National Para-Games for People
The sailing season at Ocean Marina Yacht Club in Jomtien
has come alive, with the first of 11 monthly races commencing in mid January
featuring 2 days of racing, with boats raced in 4 divisions – racing
keelboats/IRC 1, multihulls, cruising keelboats and sportsboats which are a
small day-sailor type yacht..
Convention bureau to urge European, Asian businesses to ‘believe’ in Thailand
The Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau will urge
Asian and European businesses to “believe in Thailand” when it hits the road
to promote Pattaya as a center for meetings and conventions.