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Joint Chambers of Commerce greet each other in 2014

The first Joint Chambers meeting for 2014 took place in the Marriott’s Dicey Reilly’s Pub on Second Road.  The Chambers were the British Chamber...

Skål is Back in Pattaya and fully operational

First monthly board meeting Tourism is the life blood of Pattaya and its transformation over the last decade has been somewhat incredible, with not...

Thailand tops list as premier medical tourism destination

Thailand as the premier destination for medical tourism was the topic at the November 18 meeting of the Pattaya City Expats Club. The...

Jesters Care For Kids and Bangkok Hospital Pattaya

Jesters Care for Kids Charity Drive 2012, Sponsored by Glencore International and Canadian Jackalope Open On Thursday, October 25, Woody , chairman...

Pattaya represented at Moscow Travel Industry Fair

The Tourism Authority of Thailand’s pavilion was a standout at the Moscow Autumn Travel Industry Week, or MATIW-Leisure 2012, one of the world’s...

BCCT goes for the Pullman experience

The British Chamber of Commerce (BCCT) held their latest meeting at the Pullman Aisawan Resort on November 18.  With all the traffic jams...

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Same Same – But Different Day

Pattaya Sports Club Links Golf Society Monday, 12 April Treasure Hill Stableford March 3 was the last time we came to Treasure Hill before today and, looking back...

Chiang Mai daily infections hit new record, leading Bangkok and Chonburi

A COVID-19 surge in Chiang Mai is considered to be a red alert after the province recorded an additional 269 COVID-19 cases on Monday,...

Pattaya Beach storm repairs to take 3 days

Pattaya work crews are urgently repairing substantial damage done to the city’s beachfront in Sunday’s heavy storm. Three hours of torrential rain sent millions of...

Hit by flood, drought, Pattaya locals say city should divert storm runoff to reservoir

Hit regularly by both drought and flooding, fed-up Pattaya residents are wondering why the city doesn’t divert storm runoff into the Mabprachan Reservoir instead...

Thailand campaigns ‘work from home’ again to limit Covid-19 spread

Many companies are allowing their employees to work from home again, to help limit the spread of COVID-19 in Thailand. As for the government,...