Pattaya residents clean Jomtien Beach for Mother’s Day

Hundreds of Pattaya residents gathered on Jomtien-Beach in a concerted clean-up campaign in honour of HM Queen Sirikit’s birthday.

More than 350 people collected garbage on Jomtien Beach to honor HM Queen Sirikit, the Queen Mother, for her birthday.

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Pattaya Deputy Mayor Pattana Boonsawad kicked off the Aug. 11 clean-up conducted by beach masseuses, boat operators, community leaders and volunteers.

The volunteers spread out along seven kilometers of beachfront collecting litter and natural debris to restore the shoreline environment.

Festivities continued Aug. 12, Mother’s Day, in Banglamung as District Chief Amnart Charoensri presided over the blessing ceremony for the Queen Mother attended by Pattaya residents and public officials.

Banglamung District Chief Amnart Charoensri leads government officials to give alms to Buddhist monks in honour of HM Queen Sirikit.


People of all ages volunteered to clean up the beaches.


Volunteers pose in front of a large picture of HM Queen Sirikit on Jomtien Beach.

Jomtien Beach has never looked so clean.