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Pattaya turns green on Paddy’s Day

Thai and Irish flags lead the parade along Beach Road on March 17 as Pattaya embraces the colour and charm of St. Patrick’s Day....

St. Patrick’s Day Parade to be held again this year

St. Patrick, the patron saint of the Emerald Isle, will be making his annual pilgrimage to Pattaya on the afternoon of Thursday the 17th...

Pattaya turns green, for one day only

The fifth St. Patrick’s Day Parade took to the streets of Pattaya on the afternoon of the 17th of March, and this annual event...

Superhero on a bicycle

Giving kids a reason to smile, one bike at a time As Christmas came to an end, Rick Bevington shaved off his white beard...

St. Patrick’s parade raises over 850,000 baht for Father Ray Foundation

The Father Ray Foundation raised more than 850,000 baht from its St. Patrick’s Day parade in Pattaya. Foundation President Rev. Michael Picharn Jaiseri announced...

Miller makes it a double

Jomtien Golf with the IPGC Monday, March 17, Khao Kheow – Stableford Today was a St. Patrick’s Day game where you had to wear...

4th Pattaya St. Patrick’s Day Parade called best ever

Irish eyes smiled on the 4th annual Pattaya St. Patrick’s Day Parade, with both participants and onlookers saying it was the best one so...

Shamrocks ready for St. Patrick’s Day parade March 17

The shamrocks and leprechauns are ready as the Father Ray Foundation and local Irish groups plan to take to the streets for Pattaya’s annual...

St. Patrick’s Day – getting bigger every year

It may be Thailand, but everyone in Pattaya was Irish for a day as the city celebrated St. Patrick’s Day with a parade and...

Taking care of the poorest of the poor

“We work with the poorest of the poor,” says Cesca Tompkins who runs the Mercy Center - Pattaya with her husband Kevin. The Mercy...

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