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Pattaya welcomes 150,000 tourists over New Year’s – TAT

PATTAYA - The Tourism Authority of Thailand said more than 150,000 people visited Pattaya over the New Year’s holiday, generating 500 million baht for the...

8 million tourists visited Pattaya in first half of 2017

More than 8 million people visited Pattaya in the first half of the year, putting the city on a record pace for both visitors...

TAT announces ‘Insightful experiences, more than you imagined’ as the slogan...

The Tourism Authority of Thailand will highlight food, shopping and business meetings to drive tourists to Pattaya and the east in 2018. TAT Pattaya office...

TAT pins low-season hopes on Russians, Chinese

Despite unseasonably heavy rain, Thai and international tourists were reported to be pouring into Pattaya for the green season. Suladda Sarutilavan, director of the Tourism...

Centara Grand Mirage lights Christmas tree for charity

The Centara Grand Mirage Beach Resort kicked off its holiday season by lighting the hotel’s Christmas tree. General Manager Andre Brulhart invited guests to the...

TAT pivots to B2B marketing after ‘zero-baht’ crackdown

Pattaya tourism officials are working overtime to offset the impact from the government’s crackdown on “zero-baht” tours that caused arrivals of Chinese visitors to...

TAT: Holiday week generates 1 billion baht for Pattaya

Tourism officials said the long Buddhist holiday weekend generated more than a billion baht in revenue for Pattaya businesses. Suladda Sarutilavan, director of Tourism Authority...

Pattaya expects to earn 200 million baht from Songkran

Songkran is expected to generate more than 200 million baht for Pattaya, giving the city one last hurrah before the onset of low season....

Tourism officials tout road shows, expect 5% visitor growth in 2016

Local tourism officials say overseas efforts to drive more visitors to Pattaya have paid off and they expect the city to top 10 million...

7th Naklua ‘walking street’ market comes to close

The seventh Naklua “walking street” market came to a close after six weeks of weekend shopping, eating and entertainment that provoked far fewer complaints...

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Pattaya business owners want Walking Street kept open to cars

With no foreign tourists, there’s not much need to restrict Pattaya Walking Street only to walkers, businesses on the dimmed nightlife strip argued in...

Grab Food driver plunges four stories down empty elevator shaft

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Oysters, chickens fly when trucks collide in Chonburi

Three people were injured and a smorgasbord of chicken and oysters was dumped on the road when a pickup truck collided with a delivery...

Lockdown-suspended massage classes resume in Pattaya

Massage-training classes suspended during the coronavirus lockdown resumed this week, allowing people to earn certifications to start a new career or earn extra income. ...

Updates during COVID-19 Crisis

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