Siam Bayshore Hotel

Marisa Sukosol Nunbhakdi, Executive Vice President of Sukosol Hotels, along with Saran Nimihut, GM of Siam Bayshore Hotel, Pattaya, and Phensom Nithiboonyapan, Human Resources Manager of Siam Bayshore Hotel, Pattaya, proudly display the Environment Impact Assessment (EIA) Standard 2014...
The Sukosol Hotel Group thanked partners and suppliers of its two Pattaya properties with a party night offering entertainment, food and prizes.
The Harvard University Din & Tonics (a.k.a. the ‘Dins’) will be performing at the Siam Bayshore Hotel, Pattaya on Monday, July 21, with the curtain set to go up at 7 p.m.
The South Pattaya canal reclamation project is nearly complete, but is still facing obstacles along the important final stretch from Siam Bayshore Hotel until the entrance to South Pattaya Bay.

Prime Minister visits scene of ferry disaster

Wednesday, 06 November 2013 15:26
The look of concern shows on Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra (Front row 3rd right) as officials explain what happened when an overcrowded ferry operated by Koh Larn Travel and being captained by a man who confessed to being high on methamphetamines capsized, killing six tourists;...
Nine Pattaya businesses have been awarded the Thailand Tourism Award from the Tourism Authority of Thailand for quality and excellence in tourism and hospitality operations.

Mozart and Vivaldi are coming to Pattaya

Thursday, 19 September 2013 13:29
If you’re feeling starved of live classical music you’re in for a treat. Vivaldi’s Four Seasons, one of the most popular pieces in the classical repertoire, is coming to town. The performance will be at 7 p.m. on October 28th in the Siam Bayshore Hotel....

Hard Rock Hotel celebrates music of Schubert

Thursday, 13 September 2012 09:51
The Hard Rock Hotel and local residents celebrated the music of Franz Schubert at a “Schubertiade” held at the beachfront resort. Sponsored by New Frontier Music Academy, Acorn Distribution, and the Pattaya Mail, the Aug. 30 event aimed to recreate the traditional atmosphere of 19th century...
The Chief of Banglamung has investigated the canals in south Pattaya due to the recent flooding which seen many parts of the city under a meter of water.
Looking back at the time when I moved to Pattaya thirty five years ago, I recall that the ‘village’ boasted just a handful of bungalows, guest houses and hotels to cater the fledgling tourism market.