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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...

Another birthday

The Pattaya Mail turns 18 with this issue.  It only seems like 12 months ago when I was writing the same item, but...

British man comes to aid of trash-picking grandmother

A British man who read about the plight of an 80-year-old grandmother who collects trash to support her family gave the woman 10,000...

Give me a break

Editor; In today’s Pattaya Mail there is an article telling us about the severe crackdown on the lack of wearing helmets while on...

How do you get your restaurant reviewed?

The question that comes up time and time again for the Dining Out team, usually re-directed from the Pattaya Mail itself - “How...

AustCham visits the Eastern Seaboard

The Australian Chamber of Commerce Thailand (AustCham) held its first Seaboard Sundowners of 2011 at the new Hilton Pattaya in their spectacular Drift...

Pattaya Mail launches new, improved web site

As the clock struck midnight on the 31st of December in Thailand, while millions of people ushered in a New Year and indeed a...

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Thailand’s work permit rules for foreigners becoming much less draconian

Starting in September 2022, anybody rich enough can have a Thai digital work permit automatically awarded by the Department of Employment. Under the 10-year...

‘Pattaya Music Festival’ comes to Jomtien beach Fri-Sat (Aug 12-13)

The successful ‘Pattaya Music Festival’ which took over Pattaya beach last weekend is returning to Jomtien beach at the multiple purpose ground between Soi...

Thailand Gastronomy Experience Networking Lunch in New Delhi, India

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) recently co-hosted the ‘Amazing New Chapters: Thailand Gastronomy Experience Networking Lunch’ to promote and reiterate Thailand’s growing status...

Thai Air Force confirms ‘Falcon Strike’ joint fighter jet exercise with China in UdonThani

The Royal Thai Air Force (RTAF) has confirmed that an annual joint fighter jet exercise between Thailand and China will resume later this month...

Thai Air Force seeks U.S. expertise to operate F-35 fighter jets

The Royal Thai Air Force (RTAF) has requested that its U.S. counterpart provide aircraft operational expertise pending Congressional approval of the sale of F-35A...