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Pattaya citizens plant trees to honor HM Queen Suthida

To honor the auspicious occasion of the 42nd birthday anniversary of Her Majesty Queen Suthida, Banglamung district chief Amnart Charoensri, together with government officials,...

Pattaya and Bangkok business people distribute food to the needy in...

On May 28, Nikul Sellick,owner of Chaba Masssage on Siam Country Club Road,together with Carl Sellick and members of the Bangkok Gentlemen Spoofers (BGS)...

Rotary Dolphin Pattaya donates 30,000 baht to unemployed, homeless

The Rotary E-Club of Dolphin Pattaya donated 30,000 baht to help 60 poor families.Club President Maneeya Engelking and club members distributed 500 baht to...

Pattaya goes coconuts during pandemic

Pattaya encouraged residents to paint coconuts that are being hung around the city to brighten the depressed pandemic atmosphere. Mayor Sonthaya Kunplome presided over the...

Pattaya beaches quietly reopen

Pattaya’s beaches quietly reopened Monday for recreation, swimming, sun bathing and renting beach chairs, with few tourists and no umbrellas. Despite the amount of complaint...

S. Pattaya locals want homeless moved from Bali Hai flyover

With Pattaya beaches closed until next month, the city’s homeless have moved under the Bali Hai flyover. Wirat Joyjinda, president of the Khopai Community, complained...

Pattaya Walking Street electric cables snagged by truck bursts into flames

A careless truck driver carrying pallets neglected to lower his boom and knocked out electric wires on the corner of South Road and Walking...

Pattaya beaches and recreational areas reopening on June 1

Mayor Sonthaya Kunplome announced at city hall on May 29, that 9 Pattaya beaches and recreational areas will be opened June 1. They include Pattaya...

People selling off personal property at Pattaya markets to survive

People who used to have well-paying jobs are now selling personal goods and second-hand items at Pattaya markets to survive. Whether they worked in offices...

Quiet curfew streets bring out wildlife in Pattaya

With no people or traffic to scare them away, wildlife has begun to return to the city. Police and volunteers patrolling for curfew breakers found...

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Pattaya Lions Club brings lunch to blind school

The Lions Club of Pattaya-Taksin hosted lunch for students of the Redemptorist School for the Blind. Please Support Pattaya Mail For his birthday, former Pattaya City...

Early July 4th in Pattaya for Bill Copeland

PSC Links Golf Society Friday, July 3 Pattavia Stableford The weather provided a perfect day for golf on a superbly presented Pattavia Golf Course for our twelve Links...