Pattaya residents complaining about heavy traffic and light supplies of foodstuffs caused by Thailand’s devastating floods should talk to Sumreng Khruemai, Praset Saengmai-on and Chaiyanan Pansirisod. For these Bangkok-area evacuees taking refuge in the city, flooding has imperiled a lifelong dream, a career and an everyday way of life.
Volunteers from Pattaya’s Sawang Boriboon Foundation joined flood-relief efforts in Bangkok and central Thailand, aiming to lend much needed help to hard-hit Sawang organizations there.
More than 80 children from the Bang Jing Jai orphanage hit the pool at the Haven Hotel, which is assisting the shelter in securing a new home.
Pattaya will take another stab at trying to clean up the tangled mess of telephone and electrical cables along Sukhumvit Road.
Looking for directions to Central or Second roads? Don’t look at the signs, at least not the one on a pole in front of Big C in North Pattaya.
To mark the celebration of His Majesty the King’s 84th birthday the Jet-Ski King’s Cup-World Cup Grand Prix will be returning to Pattaya this year after making a detour to Phitsanulok Province in 2010.
Superstar Thai rock band Klear headlined a special celebration to mark the 10th anniversary of the Hard Rock Hotel Pattaya on Saturday, October 15.
Jumping through hoops took on a new meaning for employees of the Dusit Thani Hotel who put aside hard work for a couple of days to enjoy the annual sports days and staff party.
Up to 870 families affected by the series of floods that hit Pattaya this rainy season received 5,000 baht each, along with more promises from city officials to fix the inadequate infrastructure behind the problem.
More than 20 transvestites from 17 countries will vie for the title of “Miss International Queen” at the Tiffany Theater Nov. 4.