Banglamung officials, police, parents and monks congratulated more than 150 drug addicts for completing a nine-day camp where everyone hopes they were cured.
The signs on Big Buddha Mountain prohibit cars and motorbikes from driving to the peak, but apparently people going to take in the view every day either can’t read, or don’t care. Perhaps they are just too lazy to walk.
A second motorcycle club has come to the aid of a family of five trying to build a new home whilst stricken with severe health problems.
Singh Sam-ang, a 50-person club founded three years ago by Sithipong Wuthisaekkrit, adopted the Sakolyuth family as one of its nationwide “ride for peace” projects, which also includes raising funds to repair roads to rural schools.
Pattaya will mark the beginning of Buddhist Lent with a Visakha Bucha Day walk-run and parade June 4.
Jinda Maensurin, acting director of Pattaya Education Office, joined Kittinan Chakart and Waree Inthana of the Pattaya Team Club at a May 11 city hall meeting to plan the event.
With nearly 800 hotels and guesthouses within its boundaries, Pattaya has proven to be a successful location for Dusit Thani College.
Multimedia students from Asian University celebrated their graduation by showing off the best of their creative arts projects.
Pattaya Mail’s very own reporter Vittaya Yoondorn was among those receiving diplomas when Thai-ITOH Technology College held is annual graduation ceremony in Pattaya.
Proving the holiday was more than just a green-beer celebration, this year’s St. Patrick’s Parade raised more than 500,000 baht for the Father Ray Foundation.
Thailand’s Excise Department has added a third high-speed patrol boat to its Pattaya fleet, improving its odds for arresting smugglers and catching tax evaders.