27.2 C
Pattaya
Wednesday, November 25, 2020
Home Authors Posts by Vimolrat Singnikorn

Vimolrat Singnikorn

45 POSTS 0 COMMENTS

Thai windsurfers land five medals at Asian Beach Games

Pattaya mayor Ittipol Khunploem, who is also President of the Windsurfing Association of Thailand, held a press conference on December 17 along with the...

Bangkok Hospital Pattaya celebrates 20 years

Bangkok Hospital Pattaya celebrated its 20 years of operation, during which time it has emerged as the area’s leading medical center. ...

City signs agreement with ministry to build automated traffic control system

City officials have signed onto a national program to build a nationwide automated traffic control system. Communications Minister Sophon...

Sukarat re-elected to 4th term as head of Tourist Police Volunteers

With promises to push for patrol bikes and scholarships for family members, Sukarat “Chub” Kalra was re-elected as president of the Pattaya Volunteer...

Seminar looks at lasting employment for disabled

More cooperation from government and investment from private companies are needed if Thailand’s disabled population is truly to become part of mainstream society,...

Pattaya continues anti-polio campaign with free vaccinations

Pattaya continued its anti-polio campaign, again offering free vaccinations to infants and toddlers, as well as a contest to encourage healthy children. The...

City checks holiday gift baskets for illegal alcohol

Public Health Department officers are checking holiday gift baskets on sale throughout Pattaya to make sure they contain no alcohol and only fresh...

Corporate open house party: ‘Dusit 60s Night’

The Dusit Thani Hotel took customers and business partners back to the 60s with a lively “thank you” party also aimed at showing...

U.S. Christian bands sing true story of Christmas for Pattaya students

American Christian music groups helped teach Pattaya-area students the true meaning of Christmas with a free holiday concert at the Tiffany Theatre. The...

Chonburi marks AIDS Day amid increase in infection rate

Public officials, educators and health professionals throughout Chonburi marked World AIDS Day with parades, free condoms and information to curtail the spread of...

Latest Stories

Pattaya cuddles up for cold beer at eventful bars in festive season towards year’s...

Evenings that were used to be quiet and dull became livelier in November. Beer bars in Pattaya and Jomtien areas are now organizing special...

Bangkok electric boats connect subways, trains, Chao Phraya Express in service

A test run of electric boats were conducted on Padung Krungkasem canal on Monday before its full operation for public service, scheduled this Friday. Bangkok...

Rallies in Thailand have no effects to domestic and international investment

Ongoing anti-government demonstrations have not affected investment in the country because the government is coping well with them, said Deputy Prime Minister and Energy...

Protection escalated for migrants entering and leaving camps at Thai-Cambodian border

Tak governor ordered strict control at border camps after an illegal migrant entered the Umpiem camp with Covid-19. Provincial governor, Pongrat Piromrat ordered administrative officials...

Thai PM drives co-pay, shop-payback tax rebate further, meets US entrepreneurs

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha advised people to monitor news releases from the government closely because it would introduce many more economic stimulus measures for...