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Boat owners give up, will move vessels by Nov. 1

Seemingly left no choice by the military, Pattaya speedboat vendors grudgingly have agreed to remove their trailered watercraft from streets and parking lots around...

Forlorn foreigner paints message to lost love on Pattaya street

A heartbroken foreign man penned an appeal for his Thai girlfriend to return … on a Pattaya street. Residents reported that a foreigner was...

Councilman urges reopening of Dolphin Roundabout

A Pattaya city councilman says that efforts to improve traffic at the Dolphin Roundabout has had the opposite result and suggested the traffic circle...

Pattaya mulls additional marine-safety measures

Pattaya officials continued their drive to improve marine safety, calling for more-durable boats, speed limits and drug testing for crews. Deputy Mayor Ronakit said...

Pattaya faces Indian boycott over failure to end jet ski scams

Pattaya officials were warned the city faces being boycotted by Indian tourists if they don’t put an end to jet ski scams once and...

Traffic issues dominate 1st Pattaya council meeting

Food carts and traffic signs dominated the Pattaya City Council’s first meeting of 2014, which also saw the approval of budgets for flood control...

2 of 3 Pattaya boat owners ignore announcement of new marine...

Only a third of area boat owners turned out to hear Pattaya officials announce their latest set of proposed marine regulations and details of...

City officials looking to improve traffic argue over road barriers

Pattaya officials met to brainstorm how to fix road problems and improve traffic safety but ended up just bickering over three Third Road barriers....

Marine Department proposes separate operating zones for swimming, jet skis, speedboats

The Pattaya Marine Department is considering new regulations to take effect next month that would carve up the area’s shoreline into separate operating zones...

7 days before fatal speedboat crash, boat operators urged to boost...

A week before two Chinese tourists would die in yet another speedboat accident, the head of the Pattaya Tour Boat Operators Club met with...

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