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Merry Christmas. Peace on earth and goodwill towards all!

What could be better than Christmas in Pattaya? The children sure enjoyed seeing Santa when he parked his reindeer out back to make an appearance...

Jural Law and Pattaya Mail throw a New Year Staff Party...

The evening was full of Fun, Games, Prizes and funds were raised for Charity Jural Law and Pattaya Mail joined forces for a massive...

Pattaya Mail celebrates 20 years with staff party

Pattaya Mail celebrated our 20th anniversary with a staff party at the Moon River Pub. Managing Director Peter Malhotra hosted the July 20 affair...

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This is it! Pattaya Mail’s 1000th edition – See how far...

What do you call 1,000 newspapers? The Pattaya Mail ticked over 1,000 editions this week.  What a milestone!  Consider this - 1,000 meters is a...

EVs in the news again

Bangkok is going to have some electric vehicle (EV) recharging stations.  As reported in the Pattaya Mail, the Metropolitan Electricity Authority (MEA) unveiled Thailand’s...

Pattaya Mail celebrates 19 years

On the 23rd of July, staff of the Pattaya Mail held a mini party in our offices to celebrate our 19th birthday. A...

A home success on two fronts

Baan Jin Jai Summer Scramble 2012 The second Baan Jing Jai Summer Scramble event in aid of the New Home Building Fund was played...

The Growling Swan – a new PSC golf outlet

Tuesday, June 5th, 2012 at Eastern Star Golf Course sees the first competition game out of a brand new Pattaya Sports Club golf outlet,...

2012 TOG Regatta: Another huge success for founder Bill Gasson

There is no doubt that the eighth Top of the Gulf Regatta, sailed out off the Ocean Marina facilities last week, was the...

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Cambodia’s Angkor Wat temple complex remains off-limits for tourists

Cambodian premier and strongman Hun Sen has announced that he wants the country to reopen for international tourism.  However, it is likely to be...

Recent discovery of new variants will not affect Thailand’s reopening plan

The Public Health Ministry stressed that the recent discovery of COVID-19 cases of the Alpha Plus variant, and Delta Plus variant of the SARS-CoV-2...

Bangkok’s Erawan Shrine should attract international tourists after the reopening

People in Bangkok’s Ratchaprasong area have expressed their belief that Thailand’s November 1 reopening to international travelers will benefit the economy, although they were...

Thailand’s tourism sector and consumption stimulations hold keys to recovery next year

Owing to improving economic signals, Standard Chartered Thailand now expects the Thai economy to expand by 3% in 2022. Standard Chartered Bank economist Tim Leelahaphan...

Delta Plus (AY.4.2) not found in Thailand yet

There was no evidence that the AY.1 sub-variant of COVID-19’s Delta variant found with one patient in Thailand was more severe than previous variants...