EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBERS
National Institute for Emergency Medicine:1669
Bang Lamung Police Station: 038 221 800
Bangkok Hospital Pattaya: 038 259 999
Highway Patrol Police: 038 425 440
Nongprue Police station: 038 197 007
Pattaya City Call Center: 1337
Pattaya City Police Station: 038 420 804
Pattaya International Hospital: 038 428 374
Pattaya Memorial Hospital: 038 488 777
Pattaya Tourist Police: 038 425 937
Police Emergency 191
FOOD DISTRIBUTION AROUND TOWN
Businesses, Associations and clubs including generous citizens set up tables in different areas of Pattaya and Naklua to distribute food and water to those who are unemployed and cannot afford to buy food for themselves and their families.
ESSENTIAL NEEDS – FOOD – DRINK – MEDICINE
Restaurants are open to serve sit-in customers. Alcoholic drinks are permitted to be served and consumed on the premises.
The Pattaya Passport Application and Renewal Office at the Avenue Shopping Mall on Pattaya 2nd Road is CLOSED until further notice.
HOTELS & RESORTS
Thai Garden Resort has temporarily suspended operations. They are not accepting reservations until further notice. They are committed to fully restoring operations and look forward to welcoming guests back in the near future.
The J Hotel Group which includes Hotel J Residence, Hotel J Pattaya, Hotel J Inspire, and JP Villa will shut down April 1 until the pandemic ends.
ASSOCIATIONS & CLUBS
Pattaya City Expats Club (PCEC) regrets to announce that due to the current COVID-19 coronavirus situation, meetings are CANCELLED until 26 April 2020.
Rotary Club of Jomtien-Pattaya (English) will hold a meeting/dinner to install Peter Marsh as president for 2020-21 at the Royal Cliff Beach Hotel on Wednesday 1 July 2020 at 6.30 pm. Visiting Rotarians and guests are welcome. Please contact Secretary Peter Malhotra.
Email: [email protected] for reservations.
Aetna offering members free information
Aetna members seeking free information about COVID-19 in Thai and English can call the COVID-19 advice line until 30th June 2020. 0 2677 0988 09.00am – 06.00 pm. Monday – Friday (Except public holiday).
GOLF COURSES OPEN
All our golf courses in Chonburi including Pattaya were re-opening May 1, 2020.
Golfers must show ID card or passport to be allowed to play at Thailand golf courses
The East Coast Golf Courses Management Association reminds all golfers that during the COVID-19 pandemic, to play golf in Thailand including the eastern seaboard, Thai golfers must show their ID card and all foreign nationals must show their real passports (no photocopies).
Foreign passport holders must show an entry stamp to show that they have resided in Thailand for the past 14 days.
Without these documents, you will not be allowed to play and it would be a waste of time going to the golf course.
This is only a temporary measure until the spread of the coronavirus is controlled.
Thank you for your cooperation
The East Coast Golf Courses Management Association
Pattaya Sports Club office is Open
The Pattaya Sports Club is pleased to inform members and guests that the office is now open to serve you in matters of membership and sales of vouchers.
We will limit entry into the office and our staff will serve one person at a time through the service window only.
You must wash your hands with sanitiser gel that we provide, must wear a face mask and strict physical distancing will be enforced at all times when inside the building.
Thank you for your cooperation and patience during these difficult times.
For enquiries and other PSC business our staff can be contacted by telephone 095 706 2646 and email: [email protected]
Pattaya Sports Club branch office on the Dark Side
The Pattaya Sports Club is pleased and proud to announce that as of Monday 11 May, 2020 our new branch office will be open on the premises of the Billabong Golf Club on the scenic banks of the Mabprachan Lake.
Our services include:
- New membership applications.
- Renewal of memberships.
- Discount vouchers for various golf courses are available.
- Other information including our Discount Program.
Initially the operating hours are: Monday & Thursday from 9 a.m. until 12 noon.
Tokyo Olympics Postponed
The 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo will take place at a later date, likely some point in 2021, as the coronavirus pandemic has reportedly forced officials to postpone the Games.
Chris Kays Memorial Rugby Tournament 2020 Postponed
The Pattaya Panthers RFC announced the postponement of the Chris Kays Memorial Rugby Tournament 2020. They will reschedule the tournament for later in the year. Read Full Letter.
Wimbledon is canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic, the first time since World War II that the oldest Grand Slam tennis tournament won’t be played.
The Pattaya Indoor Cricket League normally held at Rugby School Thailand has been CANCELLED until further notice.
BJP Elite Academy
Due to the spread of the COVID-19 virus in many countries including Thailand, following the Ministry of Education directives to prevent the spread of the COVID-19, the school will be closed from Wednesday 18th March until the 31st of March 2020 or until new orders. The school will reopen on the 1st of April 2020. All the lessons will be online from Thursday 19th March
Garden International School
Garden International School closed March 18 according to the Cabinet’s resolution. It is expected that this closure will last until 31 March, but could be extended. During the closure, GIS will continue to educate your children via Remote Learning.
International School Chonburi
ISC will be closed Wednesday 18th 2020, following a recent directive from OPEC. We have emailed a letter to all parents confirming school closure and giving details on the matter. Please ensure you read the letter thoroughly.
International School Eastern Seaboard
ISE will be implementing a two week Campus Closure starting Tuesday, March 17 through March 30 or approximately 14 days. During these two weeks of Virtual Learning, additional disinfecting efforts will continue at ISE. School will resume again on Tuesday, March 31st, unless you hear otherwise. Please note that ISE does not have any reported case of COVID-19 diagnosed in our community. However, we feel that it is very important to take preventative measures as well as proactively prepare for upcoming unknown major issues associated with the Covid-19, both mentally and physically and in the best interest of all members of the ISE Community.
Mooltripakdee International School
MIS closed March 18th, as directed by the Thai government. We want to reassure everyone there are no cases of COVID-19 in our school. We will reopen again in time for term three on April 21st. We will be teaching our classes online from March 18 until Friday, April 3rd. If there’s any change to the schedule while we’re on break, parents will be informed.
Pan Asia International School
Based on the government announcement as precautionary measures for the Covid-19, the school will be closed for the students from March 18 for 14 days. The reopening date will be informed later.
Regents International School Pattaya
As directed by the Thai Ministry of Education, Regents International School Pattaya will be closed to students and parents from Tuesday 18 March until further notice. For any general enquiries, please contact [email protected] or [email protected] for enquiries related to student admissions.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) – update as of 17th March 2020: The Ministry of Education has directed that all international schools in Thailand must close their campuses until further notice from 18th March 2020. The closure will extend at least into the Songkran holiday. Further updates will be made as information is received from the Ministry of Education.
St. Andrews International School, Green Valley
A school closure will not stop the Green Valley community celebrating all of our learners’ successes. Our learners and teachers have eagerly taken on the challenge of eLearning on our journey of learning together, embracing change and new experiences. (No other announcement made public.)
Tara Pattana International School
Unfortunately the school will be temporarily closed from Wednesday 18th March until further notice due to measures taken by the Ministry of Education to reduce the spread of COVID – 19. Your children’s learning will continue with remote learning. We will be in regular communication with you during school closure.
If you don’t see your school listed here, please have them contact us at [email protected]