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Pattaya restaurant turns secondhand shop amid recession

A Pattaya restaurant has replaced cook-to-order meals on its menu with secondhand clothing and home products in order to survive the latest coronavirus shutdown. ...

Shish kebab carts disappear from Pattaya’s streets

Before Covid-19 came to Thailand, it seemed very street in Pattaya had at least a couple food carts selling shish kebab. From Beach Road to...

Pattaya Nongprue sub-district finally lights up dark soi

Nongprue has lit up a dark street where neighbors had put in their own lamps due to government inaction. Rung Tabtim, chairman of Nong Samo...

Pattaya-Nongprue food bank open 3 days a week

Nongprue continued its effort to help those affected by the Covid-19 crisis by again opening a food “cupboard” to the poor and unemployed. Mayor Mai...

Pattaya charities rescue unemployed family living in tent

Pattaya-area charities came to the rescue of an unemployed Nongprue family living in a tent after being put out of work by the coronavirus...

Pattaya beer bar turns clothing retailer

An East Pattaya beer bar has turned to selling clothes to survive the lockdown. Parichart Siriwan, owner of The Local on Soi Khao Noi, said...

Pattaya bar toasts lockdown

You can’t buy a beer, but you can get toast at a bar on Soi Yamato. The Little Hole Bar said Jan. 21 patrons can...

Pattaya and Nongprue residents give food to disabled, elderly & poor

Nongprue brought food and necessities to 20 poor, disabled, and elderly residents. Social Welfare chief Pattama Chanchiew and 11 volunteers brought food boxes to Banglamung...

Lonely days for sunbathers on Pattaya-Jomtien beaches

In normal times, Jomtien Beach in January would be filled with leathery Europeans browning themselves under the winter sun, but these are not normal...

Pattaya’s masseuses make case for economic relief

Pattaya’s spas and massage parlors made their case to Thailand’s Health Ministry, arguing for financial aid and a path to reopening their businesses. About 100...

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Pattaya business leaders push for more tourism events

Pattaya business leaders are pushing city hall to restart its aggressive calendar of tourism-driving events now rather than April as currently planned. Mayor Sonthaya Kunplome...

Pattaya motorcyclist rear-ends parked truck, dies

A Pattaya man died after plowing his motorbike into the back of a parked van. Pichen Rattanawijan, 33, died at the scene of the accident...

Drunk driver 6 times legal limit kills Pattaya cyclist

A drunk driver well over the legal limit killed a cyclist in an early morning wreck in Pattaya. Kerkkiat Boonchan, 48, was arrested around 7...

Pattaya sanitation replace, clean trash bins

Pattaya sanitation workers replaced broken trash cans and hosed out smelly ones as they prepared the city for the restart of tourism events. Workers spread...

Pattaya Koh Larn Island holiday tourism rebounds to pre-Covid levels

Almost 10,000 people visited Koh Larn on the first day of the three-day Macha Bucha Day weekend, rivaling tourist numbers from before the coronavirus...