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Thai badminton star swaps London for Pattaya

Thailand’s Olympic badminton star Ratchanok ‘May’ Inthanon dropped in at the CAT Sports Club on 3rd Road in Pattaya last weekend whilst on vacation...

PM Yingluck pledges support to Thai sport development

BANGKOK, 15 August 2012  – The Prime Minister has pledged full support to improve Thailand’s sports and athletes.  Prime...

Thai badminton, boxing teams qualify for next rounds

LONDON, 1 August 2012  - Thailand participated in quite a few events on Tuesday at the London 2012 Summer Olympics. The Thai badminton...

Royal celebration for Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II, right, arrives at Chelsea Pier in London, before boarding the royal barge to participate in the Diamond Jubilee River Pageant,...

Bangkok ranks 17 among top 29 cities to visit in 2012

BANGKOK, 6 June 2012  – Bangkok, despite its chaotic atmosphere, has been ranked as the world’s 17th must-visit city, according to a guide...

Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn to attend Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee...

BANGKOK, 17 May 2012  – His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej and Her Majesty Queen Sirikit have assigned His Royal Highness Crown Prince Maha...

Made in der Black Forest by der Elves

  Have you noticed the number of old Beetles on the roads these days, plus a fair smattering of Kombi wagons?  I had previously...

‘Nong Dao’ stars at Pattaya City Asian Windsurfing Championships

Thailand’s “Nong Dao” Siriporn Kaewduang-Ngam, a gold medal winner at both the Asian Youth Games in 2009 and the Youth Olympic Games in 2010,...

Visa-That will not do nicely Sir

A British tourist had a shock this week when changing travellers cheques in Pattaya.  He was told by the teller that his Tourist visa...

No Thais harmed by riots in England

BANGKOK, 9 August 2011– The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has confirmed that no Thai people have been killed or injured in the riots...

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South Pattaya pub closed after late-night raid

Police and local officials raided a South Pattaya “tomboy” bar, finding no drugs or underage patrons, but also no attempt at social distancing. ...

Emergency side job becomes new career for Pattaya basket weaver

Straw flowers didn’t sell. Neither did floral alms. But the third time was the charm for Nussara Mingming who turned adversity into a thriving...

Pattaya’s Walking Street is pacing some new business ideas

Pattaya City Hall’s decision to revamp the resort’s most famous pedestrian landmark by allowing one-way traffic at night and encouraging Thai domestic tourists looks...

Pattaya Soi Buakhao goes one-way again in August

Soi Buakhao will be one-way only three more times this month as the Provincial Electricity Authority continues work to bury power and telecommunications wires. ...

Sweet life turns to garbage for Pattaya hawker

He used to pedal through town selling sweets. Now he picks up garbage to survive. Please Support Pattaya Mail (adsbygoogle =...