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Broken equipment leads to stagnant water at Pattaya park

If there were fish in the pond at Nongprue’s King Bhumibol Public Park, they’re all dead now after the oxygenator broke and officials allowed...

Rotarians throw party for underprivileged children born in October

On October 17, Rotarians from the Rotary E-Club of Dolphin Pattaya International led by Charter President Dr. Otmar Deter and Past President Dr. Margret...

Pattaya remembers King Rama IX

Pattaya officials paid tribute to the late King Rama IX on the fifth anniversary of his passing. Banjong Banthoonprayuk, former Lions Club District 310 governor,...

Pattaya Sports Club, 300 Yards, St. Andrews donate food to local...

The Pattaya Sports Club, in cooperation with the 300 Yards Boutique Driving Range and St. Andrew’s International School, gave away 400 bags of food...

U.S. embassy official visits Pattaya’s SWING Foundation

The U.S. embassy’s No. 2 official paid a visit to the Pattaya-based transgender support organization to review works supported by previous American donations and...

Pattaya Sports Club supports underprivileged children on Lions World Service Day

Games, stage shows, scholarships and prizes were the highlights at Pattaya-area Lions Clubs celebrated World Service Day. Nongprue Mayor Winai Inpitak chaired the opening ceremony...

PM signs off on ‘Neo Pattaya’ strategy to improve attractions, infrastructure

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha signed off on the “Neo Pattaya” strategy to improve the city’s tourist attractions, flood drainage and sewage processing. Mayor Sonthaya Kunplome...

Green-thumbed thief steals house plants in Pattaya

While motorbikes remain the object of most theives’ desire these days, one green-thumbed burglar stole two pricey tropical house plants from a central Pattaya...

Pattaya’s beaches spring back to life

Pattaya’s beaches sprung back to life the first weekend after more coronavirus restrictions were relaxed. Domestic tourists and families flocked to Jomtien Beach Friday...

The Pattaya sign says it all: ‘Fed up with Covid-19’

The sign hanging from a closed noodle restaurant in Pattaya says what most in Thailand are feeling these days: “Fed up with Covid-19.” The Chabu...

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