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Thailand to destroy 40 tons of seized narcotics

About 40 tons of narcotics will be incinerated at the Bangpoo Industrial Estate in Samut Prakan province on July 5 and 6. Officials from the...

Bangkok to remove 800-kilometer unused telecom cables by this year

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA), the Ministry of Digital Economy and Society (DES), National Telecom (NT) and the Office of the National Broadcasting and...

Pattaya hosts Saudi Chamber of Commerce

Pattaya welcomed the Saudi Arabia Chamber of Commerce to Pattaya for the first time in 32 years to discuss trade and investment Mayor Poramet Ngampichet...

Thailand in ‘tourism war game’, Tourism Council chief says

Thailand has joined a “tourism war game” with its neighbors as Asian countries do everything they can to win back foreign visitors, the chairman...

IOC President meets Ukrainian athletes – holds talks with President Zelensky

Following an invitation by the National Olympic Committee of Ukraine, IOC President Thomas Bach visited Kyiv on Sunday. He was accompanied by IOC Member...

Thai Women’s volleyball team enters quarter-final of Nations League for the first time

The women’s volleyball team of Thailand made history as it reached the quarter-final of the FIVB Women’s Nations League 2022. It ranked eighth among teams...

Sandy Kraokaew Stuvik on the podium at Bangsaen Grand Prix

After an incredible week of racing, the Bangsaen Grand Prix culminated in a great race for the hundreds of thousands of spectators across the...

Heart to Heart: Advice for octogenarians

Advice for octogenarians Dear Hillary, Hope you made it into 2018 safely. I am told that old people have to be very careful and not fall...

Heart to Heart: What a decision

What a decision Dear Hillary, Is the situation in Thailand as bad as I hear it to be? I have been writing to a couple of...

Heart to Heart: A visa run

A visa run Dear Hillary, I’m here on a retirement visa but I’ve been offered a part-time job managing my local bar while the owner goes...

Heart to Heart: Where is Miss Right?

Where is Miss Right? Dear Hillary, I see a lot of girls in my local shopping center in town, and many are quite nice. I see...

Pattaya Grapevine: Casinos a cash cow

Casinos a cash cow The campaign to legalize casinos is in full swing, one of the unintended consequences of Covid which has left Thailand desperate...

Classic Movies Remembered: A quick history of gays in the movies

The first ‘gay movie’ was an 1894 two minute silent reel of two men dancing together, harmlessly known as The Two Brothers. In 1915...
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Pumpui – the restaurant that continues to amaze

Pumpui’s Restaurant on Siam Country Club Road is one of the great survivors in Pattaya dining. Changed location, changed style, changed owners, changed menu,...

Frying tonight: Pattaya’s love affair with fish and chips isn’t codswallop

Pattaya’s first dedicated fish and chip shop goes back to the early 1990s. But the enterprising pioneers – Simons, Curry and Chips, Jolly Friar...

V8 Fast Lane – supercharged dinner on the Dark Side

How many kindergartens do you know that became a Formula 1 garage? Not many I am sure, but Pattaya has managed it! On Siam Country...

Pattaya Survivors: Ning’s Five Star J is the resort’s vegetarian survivor

Positioned on South Road, at the intersection with Third Road, is the most successful vegetarian restaurant in the resort. Founded 20 years ago, Five...
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