Pattaya officials are trying again to have the hundreds of thousands of Thais who flock to the city for work actually register their residences here.
Pattaya hotel, charity and business leaders congratulated Pattaya Mail Publishing Co. executives on the newspaper and television publisher’s 19th anniversary.
Last weekend, parades filled the streets and local temples were filled with worshipers as Thailand celebrated two major Buddhist holidays, Asalaha Bucha Day and Khao Pansaa.
Students and teachers at Pattaya’s Redemptorist School for the Blind marked the start of Buddhist Lent with a candle parade and donation to area monks.
Executives from both the Father Ray Foundation and Human Help Network congratulated Pattaya Mail Publishing on our 19th anniversary.
The Hard Rock Hotel threw a party for Russian travel agents, thanking them for making the hotel a top choice among Eastern European tourists.
Chonburi’s Public Health Department is urging the province’s health-industry businesses to apply for official certification as part of its push to make Thailand a center for health-related tourism by 2014.
Nearly 100 area residents trained to become village health volunteers in training sponsored by two local hospitals and the Banglamung District Office.
Pattaya officials plan to call yet another meeting with jet ski operators to try and resolve the embarrassing, long-running stream of scams and rip-offs marring the city’s image.