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Pattaya haunted by ghosts of Halloweens past

Pattaya’s streets were ghostly quiet on Halloween with the only tricks and treats to be had being offered in shopping malls. Stores and restaurants around...

Pattaya-Nongprue to organize Loy Krathong festivities, mayor inspects site

Nongprue officials checked out the site of the subdistrict’s upcoming Loy Krathong festival to ensure its stinky lake is now smelling sweet. Workers last week...

Closed Pattaya bars may disappoint November tourists

There aren’t expected to be many, but the foreign tourists who do arrive in Pattaya may be disappointed when they see all the bars...

Poor Pattaya people wait for free food until foreigners arrive

There may be light at the end of Pattaya’s long, dark coronavirus tunnel, but until the city reopens to foreign tourists, people are still...

Pattaya police volunteers warned against exceeding authority

Pattaya police volunteers got orders to not exceed their powers and assist tourists during year-end events. Police inspector Maj. Chainarong Chaiin joined Nikom Sangkawe, chairman...

Pattaya hotels push for Thai tourists until foreigners arrive

With foreign travelers not expected to return in sizeable numbers until December, Pattaya hoteliers are pushing hard to attract Thai tourists. Phisut Sae-khu, president of...

Skate rink opens at Pattaya’s Royal Garden Mall

Pattaya’s Royal Garden Plaza is cashing in on the skate craze with the opening of Vattui Skate Rink and Skate Park. There’s no ice –...

Pattaya officials attend Wat Nongyai Temple Kathin Festival

Pattaya-area officials kicked off the annual Kathin Festival at Wat Nongyai Buddhist Temple. Mayor Sonthaya Kunplome, his deputies and members of Chonburi Provincial Administrative Organization...

4-day weekend brings crowds to Pattaya-Jomtien Beaches

Blessed with a bonus government holiday, Pattaya buzzed with life on the first day of the four-day weekend, with Thai tourists filling Jomtien Beach. Buddhist...

Buddhist Lent ends with quiet devotion in Pattaya

Buddhist Lent came to another quiet close as Pattaya devotees prayed under a coronavirus cloud for a second year. Temples at Sutthawat, Boonsamphan and Chaimongkol...

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Pattaya Cricket: 12th Annual Dunford-Philbrook Challenge Cup-Over 45’s match

Pattaya Cricket Club (PCC) versus the British Club Bangkok (BCB) – 27 November 2021. This was the first leg of the 2021 Edition of the...