The Hotel Public Relations Association of Thailand released newly-hatched turtles into the sea as part of their “Painting and Conserving” activity at the Sea Turtle Conservation Center inside Royal Thai Navy base, Sattahip. The group helped with painting the exterior wall of the center and donated 100,000 baht for painting expenses.
The top-notch Pattaya Exhibition And Convention Hall (PEACH) again hosted the Pattaya Food and Hoteliers Expo, the resort’s largest hospitality event. Now in its eighth year, the three-day event attracted a huge number of exhibitors, food enthusiasts and business entrepreneurs alike at the Royal Cliff complex. The expo featured a wide array of demonstrations and [...]
Pattaya City is gearing up to welcome the second Pattaya Property Show which will be held at the Dusit Thani Pattaya early next month. Over 50 realtors and developers will be on hand to promote condos and villas and to offer advice on buying, renting and investing in the Thai market. Exhibitors will include Riviera, [...]
Announcement from Royal Thai Police Immigration:
According to the new regulation for extension of temporary stay in the Kingdom of Thailand (Order of Royal Thai Police No.327/2557) which will be effective from August 29, 2014, some regulations have been changed as follows:
The aliens granted Visa Exemption as Tourists for 30 days stay permit will get extension [...]
August 30, 2014 | Posted in NEWS
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The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is joining forces with Pattaya City, the Pattaya Tourism Business Association and the Thai Hotels Association (Eastern Chapter) to organize the first Amazing Pattaya Seafood Festival on August 29-31, 2014.
Set to become a new annual food festival for the seaside resort city and a culinary event in the region [...]
August 29, 2014 | Posted in NEWS
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The Father Ray Foundation held a special day to recall the contributions of Father Ray Brennan, the American priest who founded the association, who died in August 2003. There were booths selling OTOP products and games for the youngsters. In the evening, there was a service of remembrance in Father Ray’s honor.
The fourth Miss Pattaya Motor Show was held at Central Festival Pattaya Beach in the lower or sunken level. There were 27 contestants in the first round and the number was gradually reduced by selection procedures. The winner was Suwassa Wipankate who received a crown and 20,000 baht in prize money.
A workshop was held at Bali Hai pier to train students from Pattaya School No. 11 to give advice to foreign tourists in several languages including English, Thai and Russian. Pattaya Tourist Police were responsible for the activities which will be ongoing. Several of the youngsters said the idea was a good one as they [...]
Local people lodged their dissatisfaction over privately held land in Tambon Nong Pla Lai which they claimed was intruding into a public canal. Banglamung district chief Sakchai Taenghor asked his staff to check and measure the land again as no complaints had been heard before. The owners of the land said they would return it [...]
CoAssets (www.CoAssets.com), a real estate crowdfunding site, crossed the S$1million revenue mark within their first year of operation.
“CoAssets was officially launched in July 2013 and as of early August 2014, our revenue has exceeded S$1million,” reported company CEO Getty Goh. “This figure is a combination of collected income as well as MOUs signed with the [...]