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[email protected] and a bottle of Bolly

The [email protected] hotel is a relatively new addition to Pattaya’s resort hotels, having opened in 2014. It is like no other hotel in Pattaya,...

Miss Terry’s 2017

A whole year has passed. Restaurants have arisen and restaurants have fallen, a mirror of the economic situation perhaps? Will things get better? Seeing...

How do you get your restaurant reviewed?

The question that comes up time and time again for the Dining Out team, usually re-directed from the Pattaya Mail itself – “How do...

My Dingeling

Remember Chuck Berry (1926 – 2017)? He composed “Johnny B Goode”, “May­bellene” and “My Dingeling”. In 1972 he was leading audiences in singing the...

Azure – a lot more than light blue

There have been so many new hotels in Pattaya (and environs) in the past couple of years it is easy for one to slip...

Centara Nova Hotel and Spa “Glows”

Another hotel from the Centara group this week (they seem to be popping up everywhere)! This one is a little bit tricky to find,...

An Indian visitor for the Maharani

The Royal Cliff Beach Resort was the host to a visiting chef, Gaurav Pandey from the Punjab. This was part of the Festival of...

Mövenpick introduces ‘Bistronomie’ to Pattaya

Mövenpick Hotel is a relatively newcomer to the dining scene in Pattaya (or Na Jomtien to be more correct), out on Sukhumvit Road. To...

Centara Pattaya, a Centara secret

The nice people in the Centara Group invited us to try some of the other hotels under their umbrella, so in the best tradition...

Centra by Centara Maris Resort offers Friday fish (and more)

I had never been to the Centra by Centara Maris Resort before, let alone dined there, but we were welcomed by the guard as...

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Thai Polo Open final this weekend

The annual Carrier - B.Grimm Thai Polo Open comes to a conclusion on Saturday, January 20 at the Thai Polo & Equestrian Club in...
The Pattaya City Council has approved spending 95 million baht for new barges to bring Koh Larn’s garbage surplus to a mainland landfill.

Pattaya approved 95 million baht to tow away Koh Larn’s trash

The Pattaya City Council has approved spending 95 million baht for new barges to bring Koh Larn’s garbage surplus to a mainland landfill. The city...

Thai court drops royal insult charges against academic

Bangkok (AP) — A military court on Wednesday dropped royal insult charges against an 84-year old historian who questioned whether a Thai king had...

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