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Tourism Ministry fights litterbugs

The Tourism and Sports Ministry held a “green tourism” presentation in Pattaya to raise awareness about the need to properly dispose of garbage. Minister Kobkarn...

Pattaya Beach resurfacing begins

With the sand cleared of beach chairs and umbrellas, city work crews set about reshaping the sand of Pattaya Beach. Workers flipped over sand and...

City cracks down on excess beach chairs

Beach chair vendors were warned to stick to their allotted number of benches during a city patrol of Pattaya Beach. Maj. Col. Jeerawat...

Pattaya Beach a big ashtray

Signs warning against throwing cigarette butts on Pattaya Beach aren’t doing much to deter smokers from using the shoreline as one big ashtray....

Vendors applaud beach tree trimming

Pattaya Beach vendors are giving the city’s extreme tree-trimming exercise generally good reviews, although they say now tourists complain about the beach being...

City cleans beach after storm

In a scene sure to be repeated as rainy season gains strength, city workers took to Pattaya Beach to clean up garbage washed...

Russian loses clothes to thieves

Another Russian was found without clothes on Pattaya Beach, but this time it wasn’t by his own choosing. Ruslan...

Chess for leisure on beach

While tourists come to Thailand from around the world, chess is a language that unites those playing on Pattaya Beach. In addition to swimming,...

130 city workers, volunteers take the edge off Pattaya Beach

More than 120 workers from six agencies took the edge of Pattaya Beach, collecting sharp rocks that had been washed ashore threatening tourists’...

Birds of a different feather on Pattaya Beach

Forget the ladyboy pickpockets, hookers and rats nesting in trees, Pattaya Beach apparently has a new scourge: pigeons. A...

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