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Newly opened Greyhound Café receives a special visit

Sinchai Wattanasartsathorn, Member of Pattaya Council, and executives of private sections congratulate Ponsiri Rojmeta, MD of the newly opened Greyhound Café which was opened...

Pattaya citizens plan memorial ceremony to honour His Majesty the King

Government and businesses met Oct. 31 to plan a Memorial Ceremony to mourn and remember the Royal Grace of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej. Sinchai...

Pattaya hotel occupancy ‘stable’ after Chinese tour ban – PBTA

Pattaya hotel occupancy rates remain stable after a crackdown on Chinese “zero-baht” tours and the city should start to see more revenue from mainland...

Pattaya to study limits on Koh Larn visitors

Pattaya will study limiting the number of tourists to Koh Larn to help conserve the environment of the island resort currently reeling from garbage...

Marine Dept. reassures business leaders on marine safety

The Pattaya Marine Department reassured city business leaders that steps already have been taken to prevent new boat accidents following two April incidents. ...

Colors of the East goes on despite concerns of Pattaya business...

Pattaya officials were promising stricter curbs on wayward street vendors at the Colors of the East festival underway on Beach Road after city business...

PBTA brainstorms improvements to U-Tapao airport

Pattaya business leaders brainstormed ways to capitalize on government plans to develop U-Tapao-Rayong-Pattaya Airport into a major international hub and bring more tourists directly...

PBTA hunts for model ambassador at Miss Pattaya pageant

The Pattaya Business & Tourism Association set out to find the most attractive and talented model to represent the city when it hosted the...

YWCA spearheads drive to award 700,000 baht in scholarships

Pattaya Sports Club tops list of donors with 195,000 baht The YWCA Bangkok-Pattaya Center with the help of service clubs, associations and private citizens...

Russians drop, Chinese soar at Pattaya’s tourist market shifts

Russian tourism is down more than 50 percent so far this year, but has been offset by a 112 percent increase in Chinese tourists,...

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