Pattaya Mail became the first English language newspaper in Pattaya and the Eastern Seaboard of Thailand when the inaugural issue hit the streets on July 23, 1993. The aim of the newspaper was, and still is, to represent the area in a fair and unbiased way by telling the truth. Still in its infancy, Pattaya Mail has enjoyed a steady growth since 1993, and its readership base, which was once restricted to only Pattaya, has expanded to include the entire Eastern Seaboard and even more recently into other regions in the Kingdom. Topics covered in each issue of the weekly newspaper include bold yet fair reporting on crime and the local administration, governmental issues, and the constant expansion of Pattaya and the Eastern Seaboard.

Pattaya Mail also realises its role as a community minded newspaper and each week reserves space for community happenings, social events, local sports, and an adequate amount of features and informative pieces created by some of the area's best writers. Pattaya Mail is also proud of having been able to expand its readership via the World Wide Web. Expansion has additionally occurred into the electronic media via the Pattaya Mail Channel, broadcast on the Pattaya's cable TV network. We look forward to the inevitable evolution the future has in store for us with sincere optimism.


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