The Diana Group celebrated the start of Buddhist Lent by offering candles and supplies to monks at Huay Yai Temple.
Pattaya’s construction of life guard stations along the beach would be a positive step toward improving water safety if the stations were actually manned.
Officials have allocated 67 million baht to install new underground pipelines to finally solve water-shortage problems three Pattaya neighborhoods.
Potholes are nothing new in Pattaya, but the condition of the pavement at the corner of Second Road and Soi 13 is getting in such bad shape that even the motorcycle taxi drivers are complaining.
Pattaya Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome helped launch the new Sixty-Six Condominium project at a party attended by political dignitaries and property developers March 26.
After years of hard, menial labor, Sompong Prachariko has found success and happiness doing what she loves: cooking.
While mobile phones may be the popular choice, pay telephones still are important communications points for many. Unfortunately, at this phone booth, the only thing to call is for help.
As part of its preparations for the Pattaya International Music Festival, the city repaired and installed 300 closed-circuit television cameras along the beachfront to enhance security.
Pattaya’s first-ever St. Patrick’s Day parade was temporarily upstaged by a naked British man who stumbled out of a beer bar sans clothing for a stroll down the parade route.
Children and teens from across the Eastern Seaboard won cash and prizes for singing and dancing in the 2011 Yamaha Young Talent competition.