Children’s Day was so big in Pattaya, it couldn’t be contained to just one day.
A day after Thailand’s Jan. 9 official youth day, various Pattaya neighborhoods hosted more activities.
Games offering prizes figured heavily into the schedule, with old-fashioned fun including blowing rubber bands, rock paper scissors, musical chairs, quizzes, guess the word, Ginkgo, and tug of war.
The events were free and began as early as 8 a.m.
Wirath Joijinda, president of the Soi Kophai Community, thanked private organizations, government officers and the public for supporting the Children’s Day events and supplying free food and drinks.
Former Chonburi MP Poramet Ngampichet, joined my community leaders, presents a large teddy bear to children in the Soi 5 December community.
Jirawat Plukjai, head of the Chum Sai Community, gave his thanks to city hall, Pattaya City Council members and police for their roles in supporting its extended event.
Wirath Joijinda, president of the Soi Kophai Community, brought gifts donated by government and private organizations to children participating in the event.
City councilors hand over a bicycle to a lucky child.