Nearly 50,000 baht will be up for grabs as Pattaya youths sing and play music at the Pattaya Youth Music Band Contest Feb. 22. Deputy Mayor Wutisak Rermkitkarn met with City Manager Pakorn Sukhonthachat and Pattaya Women’s Development Group President Nawarat Khakhay to finalize details of...
Pattaya officials have begun planning the city’s 36th anniversary celebration, which will feature merit-making with 2,600 monks. The Nov. 15 ceremony will be dedicated to HM the King, whose birthday comes 20 days later. It also falls two weeks before the anniversary of the city’s actual...
Pattaya city workers visited two royally initiated environmental projects in Prachuabkirikhan intended to be case studies to help them do their jobs better.
Pattaya officials placed a homeless elderly couple living for a year on the Naklua Canal in a shelter after complaints about their drunken parties.
Runners will be trotting past bleary-eyed bar hoppers as they leave the start line in the early hours of Sunday, July 27 for the 23rd edition of the King’s Cup Pattaya Marathon.
Its administrative and funding problems now history, the Ban Munkhong Khao Noi low-income housing project is moving into the second phase of construction and already is making happy homeowners of the Pattaya-area’s poor.
Pattaya plans to crack down on vendors at Naklua’s Lan Po Market in an effort to ease congestion and improve food hygiene. Deputy Mayor Wutisak Rermkitkarn announced the “re-regulation” of the busy market following long-running complaints about vendors putting up stands in parking lots and on...
Chonburi has become the latest Thai province to begin using the UNICEF Thailand Child-Protection Monitoring System to identify children needing special care and monitor welfare efforts.
Five Pattaya neighborhoods have been chosen to be mapped on foot as part of a Social Development Department to get a better sociological view of each community.
City hall came to four Pattaya neighborhoods with free food, haircuts and services in the latest “mobile government” outreach effort. Deputy Mayor Wutisak Rermkitkarn joined city council members and Pattaya Police officers at the Feb. 18 event opposite the Hollywood disco in North Pattaya. Taking advantage...
Pattaya will spend 200,000 baht to send city Tourism Promotion Bureau employees on a junket to Kanchanaburi and Suphanburi to study tourism promotion.

36 learn massage careers at vocational workshop

Wednesday, 12 February 2014 16:34
Three dozen people hoping for a new career are learning about foot and health massage at a month-long city workshop.
Fifty-nine Pattaya hotels have been certified as offering safe and clean food in the city’s new “Clean Food, Great Taste” campaign. The Amari Orchid Resort & Tower, Cape Dara Resort, Diana Inn, Hard Rock Hotel, Hilton Pattaya, Holiday Inn Pattaya and Montien Hotel were among the...
Krathinglai residents again are pleading with city officials to do something about the putrid odors emitting from the city’s garbage-separation station. More than 1,200 tons of rubbish have accumulated at the Soi Sukhumvit 3 facility after Khao Maikaew permanently closed the city’s main dump. Pattaya officials...
About 150 people in Sattahip won’t be getting the free eyeglasses they’d expected to receive at next week’s One Sight Foundation huge glasses donation event.
Pattaya donated more than 70,000 baht in relief supplies to hard-hit flood victims in Prachantakham and Prachinburi provinces.
The Association of People with Disabilities in Turkey plan to use Pattaya as a model city for developing accessible facilities and tourist attractions.
Pattaya schools brought in a nutritionist to lecture to more than 200 students, hoping they can kick the junk-food habit.
A Pattaya City Council committee has approved nearly 2 million baht for four new projects aimed at creating jobs for disabled residents. At a July 16 meeting with the city’s Disabled Lifestyle-Development and Promotion committee, Deputy Mayor Wutisak Rermkitkarn said the 1.95 million baht will provide...
Five talented girls from Srisuwit School will spend the next year as Pattaya’s latest “Young PR Ambassadors.” The “SV1 Team” of 15-year-olds - Chonlada Chanpaka, Phichaya Masom, Thanyalak Nakthong, Pijitra Singnakthum and Pakjira Teeraponkool - impressed judges of the 7th annual youth contest with their confidence,...
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