Save The Planet – Pattaya’s last mangrove, on 14 June 2012
Come and help us to celebrate our Founders’ Day on Tuesday, 14th June 2012! On this day 41 years ago, the first Hard Rock Cafe in the world was opened in London.
As part of our mottos, ‘SAVE THE PLANET’, Hard Rock Hotel and Cafe Pattaya invite you to join the conservation of Pattaya’s last mangrove at Naklua Recreation Park, Chonburi on 14 June 2012.
Together with members from Pattaya City Hall, Naklua Bay Conservation Group, students from Phothisamphanpittayakarn, guests and staffs of Hard Rock Hotel and Café Pattaya will be planting the mangrove tress and releasing ‘Samae’ crabs to keep the Naklua Mangrove growing and lasting. We are honor to have Mayor of Pattaya City, Khun Ittipol Khunpluem to grace and preside over this special event.
Join our fun-filled activities starting from 10.30am onwards with the opening of the event, followed by mangrove tour and team up for a mini walk rally. After lunch, all participants will join hand to clean and collect garbage in the area, plant the mangrove tress and release ‘Samae’ crabs and ending the event with award presentation and group photo as well at 3.30pm.
Why Naklua Mangrove? It is Pattaya’s last mangrove and home to egrets, little egrets, yellow-vented Bulbul, ‘Samae’ crabs and fishes that keep the balance of our fragile ecosystems. Mangrove is a very important resource and a unique ecosystem. The funny-looking mangrove trees is not only a habitat, breeding, nursery and feeding grounds for a great variety of marine life as well as nesting areas for a number of coastal birds. It also acts as a buffer against the sea that reduces destructive waves.
For more information, hit us at 038 426 635 and make sure to visit http://pattaya.hardrockhotels.net or our official Facebook page at www.facebook.com/HardRockCafePattaya.