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In an effort to jump start its Pattaya operation, Barter Card (Thailand) hosted a welcoming party and marketing promotion to lure in new members.

General Kanit Permsub, Deputy Chief Aide-de-Camp, General to H.M. the King, and Khunying Busyarat invited family, friends and community leaders to their home November 26 for a day of prayer and celebration to mark General Kanit’s 68th birthday.

A local coalition of private companies and associations led by Securitas Security Service (Thailand) Co. continued to bring relief to Thai flood victims, again delivering aid to inundated families in central Thailand and Bangkok, along with necessities to the Redemptorist Vocational School.

Thursday, 15 December 2011 14:21

Indian travel agents find no floods in Pattaya

Ten New Delhi travel agents toured Pattaya, seeing for themselves that Thailand’s flooding crisis has not affected one of the hottest holiday destinations for Indians.

Pattaya denizens gather in the thousands to watch a total lunar eclipse on Constitution Day, Dec. 10.  The full moon turned blood red during the last total lunar eclipse until 2014.

Hold your ears and open your eyes as nine nations light up the Pattaya sky for the final round of the Thailand International Fireworks Contest this weekend.

Public officials, educators and health professionals in Pattaya marked World AIDS Day with a parade, free condoms and information to curtail the spread of the disease in Thailand.

Thursday, 08 December 2011 10:30

Ducati dealership opens in Pattaya

The 2010-model 848 Evo took center stage when Pro-Italian Motorsports opened Pattaya’s first Ducati showroom on Third Road Nov. 29. A total of 20 imported high-end motorcycles are being featured, including the 2010 Ducati Monster 796 and the 1098R, which won the 2008 World Superbike Championship.

Blind Pattaya Boy Scouts thanked Senator Sutham Phanthusak, Chairman of the Advisory Board of the National Scout Council of Thailand and Managing Director of Woodlands Resort who sponsored their trip to Sweden this summer.

Deejays and musical entertainers turned out to help raise money for Thai flood victims at local radio station Seed FM hosted a live “Seed Show” in Pattaya.

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