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Centara gets holiday festivities underway early

The Centara Grand Mirage Beach Resort began its holiday festivities early, lighting up a Christmas tree during a Buddhist merit-making ceremony. Pattaya City...

Hard Rock presents new cafeteria, restrooms to Ban Chark Nok School

Pattaya’s Hard Rock Hotel offered lunch, and a place to eat it in, to students at Huay Yai’s Ban Chark Nok School. General...

Lighthouse returns to the fabulous Thai Garden

The Thai Garden resort was the fabulous venue for the Lighthouse Club Pattaya’s monthly networking event held on Friday the 2nd of November....

Fourth Northern Soul Night hits all the right notes

Who would have thought you can play a few records, serve some drinks and raise a heap of money for local charities?  Well last...

Lighthouse springs into ‘auction’ at Centara

Pattaya’ s biggest social networking event gathered at the Zulu bar of the Centara Grand Resort & Spa on Friday the 6th of...

Pattaya Chefs Community pull it off with Chefs in a Pickle

About a month ago Tracy Cosgrove from the Melissa Cosgrove Children’s Foundation was told of the horrifying attack of a British man employed...

Melissa Cosgrove Children’s Foundation still hard at work

Following the completion of work at Sanuk Day Care Centre, Jomtien, an event was held on February 17, 2012 with all proceeds going...

Lighthouse Returns to Dusit d2

The Dusit d2 was the excellent venue for the first Lighthouse Club Pattaya Networking for 2012 on March 2nd and was sponsored by...

Gala dinner gets the ball rolling for Lighthouse Club Pattaya

The Lighthouse Club of Pattaya had their first event of the year on Friday the 11th of February, and this time it differed...

140,000 baht raised at final Lighthouse Club for 2011

The final Lighthouse Club networking night for 2011 took place at the Havana Bar of the Holiday Inn in Pattaya on Friday the...

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