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Sailors assemble for royal anthems in Sattahip

About 2,500 sailors sang the royal anthem in tribute to HM the late King aboard Thailand’s only aircraft carrier. Navy commander-in-chief Adm. Na Areenij led...

Transport Ministry bureaucrats donate to handicapped road- accident victims, tour area...

Transport Ministry officials rolled 60 cars and trucks through the Eastern Seaboard last month to celebrate the ministry’s 100th anniversary and hand out...

Sattahip naval forces play key roles in flood relief, prevention

Sattahip-based Royal Thai Navy personnel and ships are working nationwide to aid victims of devastating floods and prevent new ones. ...

Thai Supreme Commander rules out negotiations with Cambodia at Sattahip war...

Presiding over the Royal Thai Navy’s annual training exercises in Sattahip, Thailand’s top military commander ruled out negotiations with Cambodia until that country’s forces...

Navy ships rescue 825 tourists from flood ravaged south

Two Sattahip-based Royal Thai Navy ships rescued more than 800 tourists from flood-ravaged resorts in Koh Tao and Koh Phangan. ...

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Pattaya police seized 66 kilograms of marijuana, crystal methamphetamine and piles of cash when they smashed a major drug network stretching from Pattaya to Saraburi.

Pattaya police smash major drug ring, seize 66kg of marijuana

Pattaya police seized 66 kilograms of marijuana, crystal methamphetamine and piles of cash when they smashed a major drug network stretching from Pattaya to...

Pattaya turns blue to mark HM Queen Sirikit the Queen Mother’s birthday

Pattaya-Naklua market was busy with shoppers looking to buy blue coloured clothing to wear during this whole month to mark and honour HM Queen...

Pattaya Chark Ngaew ancient Chinese market reopens

The Chark Ngaew Chinese Market in Huay Yai has reopened, tailoring its offerings to Thai tourists. Please Support Pattaya Mail (adsbygoogle...

Angry bees sting beach goers near Pattaya

Nearly a dozen people suffered stings after angry bees dislodged by a storm swarmed in Najomtien. Please Support Pattaya Mail A cloud of bees massed around...

Foreign tourists and retirees excluded from latest approval list to come to Thailand

This week the powerful Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSU) has updated the groups of foreigners able to apply to board a plane to...