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Beach chairs cut by half at Yim Yom Beach

Banglamung District officials cut by half the number of beach chair vendors on Yim Yom Beach to bring more order to the largely unregulated...

Wong Amat footpath to be repaired

Deputy Mayor Verawat Khakhay inspected Wong Amat Beach for erosion following complaints about damage to the beach’s footpath. Pavement and bricks sustained heavy damage from...

City removes more rocks from Wong Amat Beach

More than three months after 100 city workers removed dirty rocks from Wong Amat Beach, workers returned to do it again. Sanitation officer Sunya...

She sells seashells down by Pattaya’s seashore

Naklua fishing families have found another way to supplement their income, collecting seashells to sell to tourists as jewelry or decorations. The wives of...

Masseuses give up shop work for beach businesses

In more ways than one, Thai massage is a high-pressure occupation. Some therapists, however, have eschewed regular hours and increasingly irregular tips to...

Wong Amat Beach rocks get rolled

More than 100 city workers removed dirty rocks in a cleanup of Wong Amat Beach. Environment Department Director Suthee Thupnonghee led workers to scoop...

‘Thank G It’s Friday” at Pullman Hotel G

Mindful that not everyone in Pattaya is on holiday, the Pullman Pattaya Hotel G launched its weekly “Thank G It’s Friday” party at...

Belarusian drowns in condo pool

A Belarusian woman died after drowning in a pool at her condominium near Wong Amat Beach. Hanna Ramniova, 32,...

Large boats squeezing out small fishermen in Wong Amat

The traditional way of life for Naklua’s small fishermen is in danger of disappearing after large fishing companies moved into the area, pushing...

Un-walk-able, ugly and dangerous

Dear Editor, I was walking along Wong Amat Beach on Sunday when I came upon this long pedestrian walk that is broken into...

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