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Vol. XV No. 46 Friday
November 16 - November 22, 2007
Travel & Tourism
Dining Out & Entertainment
Life in Fun City
Pattaya Mail Story
Clubs in Pattaya
Current Movies in Pattaya's Cinemas
Updated every Friday
by Saichon Paewsoongnern
|SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND
Protestors rally again to prevent opening of Lotus Express
Small business owners gather outside city hall to protest the
opening of a Lotus Express outlet on Soi Nernplabwan.
continued | More News
Back to basics -
promote the beach
Beach life will once again be placed at the forefront of promotional campaigns
aimed at the Thai domestic market, following market research that reveals the
beach and the sea are still the main reasons Thai tourists visit Pattaya.
Next year’s advertising budget was discussed at a meeting on November 9 at
Pattaya City Hall, with Deputy Mayor Verawat Khakhay in the chair. Attending
were Tourism Authority of Thailand and Pattaya Business and Tourism Association
representatives, along with personnel from the Creative Juice Company, which was
hired by Pattaya City to survey the market and devise a campaign strategy.
continued | More News
Thai-Japanese festival planned to celebrate 120th anniversary
Symphony ‘SWAP’ Club meets again
Hugh Millar again hosted yet another SWAP Club (Symphony
Wine Appreciation Patrons) dinner at his Symphony Restaurant in Second Road.
continued | More Community
Oktoberfest at the Pinnacle
To the delight of over 500 guests, the Pinnacle Grand Resort and Spa at
NaJomtien celebrated the famous Bavarian custom known as Oktoberfest
last week. Ingo Rauber,
continued | More features
Regent’s School opens new tree nursery and aims to reduce carbon footprints across the school
The Regents School is part of the Round Square which is made up
of six pillars called the IDEALS - Internationalism, Democracy,
Environmental Awareness, Adventure, Leadership and Service.
More Our Children
Thai lawn bowlers score victory over Brunei Darussalam
The Thai national lawn bowls team gained a moral boosting victory
over a representative side from Brunei Darussalam at the Pattaya Bowling
Green last week.
continued | More Sports
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