Pattaya United made the long trip north last Sunday to take on Thai Premier League rivals TTM Pichit, with the ‘Dolphins’ looking to rebound from their defeat at the hands of Buriram PEA the previous weekend.
The wife of Thailand’s deputy police chief led local business leaders and volunteers in prepping Pattaya Beach for last weekend’s big music festival by picking up trash.
For the past 15 years, the Jesters Care 4 Kids with the cooperation of the Pattaya Mail Media Group have been associated with caring for the children at the Fountain of Life, with a major portion of the funds raised at all the Jesters events dedicated to the benevolent centre headed by Sister Joan Gormley and her team of extremely kind hearted volunteers.
Pattaya United paid a visit to the capital last Sunday to face the struggling TOT SC team at the Yamaha Stadium. Before the game kicked-off, TOT SC officials set up donation boxes around the ground to collect money from the general public to go towards helping the earthquake and tsunami victims in Japan.
Thai Premier League football 2011 season
Pattaya United a.k.a. the ‘White &-Blue Dolphins’ welcomed visiting Saraburi outfit Osotspa M-150 team to an eerily quiet Institute for Physical Education Stadium in Chonburi last Sunday evening. United have been forced by the Thai FA to play two of their home fixtures behind closed doors as a punishment for the crowd disturbances at the match against Thai Port FC on Feb. 27.
More than 400,000 people are expected to rock out in Pattaya as top Thai and Asian musicians hit the four stages of the Pattaya International Music Festival from March 18-20.
Pattaya United were held to a hard fought draw by Thai Port FC at the Institute for Physical Education football stadium in Chonburi last Sunday in a game that was marred by some ugly clashes between rival fans.
The latest in an unending string of complaints about Pattaya Beach jet ski vendors allegedly “scamming” tourists out of huge sums of money took a new twist last Tuesday with a local tailor shop owner helping jet ski operators and local police extract cash while an honest Thai merchant cried foul.
Military forces from Thailand, the United States and four other countries wrapped up annual Cobra Gold exercises that saw troops storm beaches, thwart biochemical attacks, launch helicopter assaults and even drink cobra blood.
Banglamung undercover police arrested a suspected long-time drug dealer after catching him selling crystal methamphetamines Feb. 1.