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Government auditors accuse Pattaya hotels of dodging taxes, order crackdown

Thailand’s Office of the Auditor General has told Chonburi authorities to crack down on Pattaya hotels, citing a substantial shortfall in expected tax revenue....

All set for 7th edition of Pattaya Food & Hoteliers Expo’13

Pattaya City, in cooperation with the Tourism Authority of Thailand and tourism related organizations, is organizing the 7th annual Pattaya Food & Hoteliers Expo,...

PBTA urges members to harness online marketing for low season

The Pattaya Business & Tourism Association is urging members to become more aggressive with Internet marketing to spur low-season tourism. At a June 12...

Officials prep for AEC with lecture, junket

The Pattaya Tourism Promotion worked to prepare city officials for the coming ASEAN Economic Community with a lecture and visit to Koh Chang....

Disabled, sports enthusiasts loom as next frontiers for Pattaya tourism market

Having already made strong inroads into the Russian and Chinese markets, regional tourism associations are turning their gaze to the sports and disabled tourism...

Local officials open Naklua night market

Culture Minister Sonthaya Kunplome launched eight weekends of music, food and shopping during Naklua’s “Walk & Eat” night market running through Jan. 20....

Naklua night market offers food, music weekends starting Dec. 2

Naklua’s Old Market neighborhood will host eight weekends of music, food and shopping during a “Walk & Eat” night market Dec. 2 to...

TAT plans themed Chonburi tourist ‘routes’ for 2013

The Tourism Authority of Thailand is creating tourist “routes” to show off fun and natural attractions in Chonburi. TAT Pattaya office Director Athapol Vannakit,...

Peaceful politics generate record tourist arrivals for Pattaya

More than a year of peaceful politics in Thailand is translating to a big resurgence in tourism to Pattaya, with arrivals during the low...

Pattaya, Qingdao ink tourism-cooperation agreement

Pattaya officials signed a tourism-cooperation agreement with Qingdao, China to facilitate exchange of knowledge and technology, as well as see Pattaya exhibit at a...

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