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Central tackles environmental issues with local students

Saran Tantichamnan (4th right), GM of the Central Festival Center together with his friendly staff visited the Nernplabwan School where they organized ‘Energy...

Central sends best wishes to Pattaya Mail Media Group

On the auspicious occasion of the 19th anniversary of the Pattaya Mail Media Group, I wish you progress and success in all your...

Rain cannot dampen spirits at HM the Queen’s birthday celebrations

Heavy rains may have eventually cancelled the parade, but it couldn’t stop thousands of adoring subjects from wishing Her Majesty Queen Sirikit a happy...

Rotary Youth Exchange Students march for flood relief

Nearly 200 youngsters came together for Thailand’s flood victims as the Rotary District 3340 Youth Exchange committee organized a parade through central Pattaya. ...

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Banglamung District passes 10-million-baht budget

The Banglamung District Council approved the spending of more than 10 million baht on 11 department budgets and projects. Council Chairman Pongsak Rukkwamsuk called the...

Pattaya signs deal to develop real-time traffic information system

Pattaya will automate its traffic signals under a deal signed Monday with Intelligent Traffic Information Center. ITIC Chairman Ninnart Chaiteerapinyo and Pattaya Mayor Sonthaya Kunplome...

Pattaya bargirls still out of work

The Center for Covid-19 Situation Administration made it official Monday that Pattaya will not reopen to foreign tourists until at least November, leaving bargirls...

Pattaya Beach vendors celebrate holiday weekend business

The long holiday weekend wrapped up as it began in Pattaya: Busier than it was for months, but not as busy as 2019. Beach umbrella...

Pattaya reopens spas, cinemas, allows live music, shortens curfew hours

Today (Monday), Thailand’s Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) approved a proposal to shorten the nighttime curfew to 10pm-4am, instead of the current 9pm-4am,...