Amari, Central Center throw fruity birthday party for HM Queen Sirikit

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The Amari Orchid Pattaya and Central Center Pattaya celebrated HM the Queen’s 80th birthday by offering an 80-meter-long mango parfait, servings of which were sold to raise money for charity.

The hotel and North Pattaya mall sold one-meter slabs of peach-covered chocolate Aug. 11-14 for 790 baht each and individual slices for 70 baht for the Amari’s “Baht for a Better Life” project.

(L-r) Pairoj Boonjun, GM of Central Center Pattaya; David Cumming Amari’s Area GM, Pattaya; Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome; Poramet Ngampichet, Chonburi MP; Jintana Maensurin Pattaya education department director and Praichit Jetapai, Chairwoman of Y.W.C.A. Bangkok-Pattaya Center join together to officially open the ceremony.(L-r) Pairoj Boonjun, GM of Central Center Pattaya; David Cumming Amari’s Area GM, Pattaya; Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome; Poramet Ngampichet, Chonburi MP; Jintana Maensurin Pattaya education department director and Praichit Jetapai, Chairwoman of Y.W.C.A. Bangkok-Pattaya Center join together to officially open the ceremony.

The 500 kg fruity birthday delight made with fresh mangoes from the Royal Project was unveiled Aug. 11 by Amari Area General Manager, Pattaya, David Cumming. He said the dessert was one of many annual creations to honor HM Queen Sirikit and a great way to raise money for needy causes.

The event also featured performances from the Dance Studio and a fashion show featuring mothers and daughters on the catwalk.

Young performers waiting to go on stage.Young performers waiting to go on stage.

Praichit Jetpai, Chairwoman of YWCA Bangkok-Pattaya, and her daughter Pring walk the catwalk in the fashion show. Praichit Jetpai, Chairwoman of YWCA Bangkok-Pattaya, and her daughter Pring walk the catwalk in the fashion show.

Special performance from Dance Studio students.Special performance from Dance Studio students.