AirAsia connects Pattaya with China

Thai AirAsia has unveiled plans to launch two new routes connecting Pattaya with mainland China, as it makes the resort town its fifth operating base in Thailand.
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The low-cost carrier will launch flights to Pattaya’s U-Tapao Airport from Nanning, the capital of southern China’s Guangxi region, and Nanchang, the capital of Jiangxi, on 25 and 26 September respectively.
These flights will primarily serve the needs of Chinese tourists wanting to visit Thailand’s beaches, enabling …
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Jomtien Beach facelift

Jomtien Beach’s 270-million-baht facelift is underway and officials promise that, two years from now, it will look a lot better than it does currently.
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Contractors have begun taking out trees and ripping up sidewalks, starting from the Dongtan police box to Chaiyapruek Road, an area of 40,000 sq. meters.
The work is being carried out by Nong Nooch Land and Garden Design Co., an arm of the award-winning Najomtien garden and elephant park, in …
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Largest International Hooters to Open in Pattaya

Hooters today revealed plans to open the largest international Hooters location in Pattaya, Thailand, later this year. Hooters franchisee Destination Resorts Co., Ltd., brings the 11,000 square foot, 564-seat Hooters location to Pattaya, a thriving tourist destination and one of Asia’s most popular dining and entertainment resorts. The venture is part of a 30 restaurant development agreement recently signed by Destination Resorts Co. to expand Hooters presence throughout Southeast Asia.
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Top of Gulf returns to Pattaya

Asia’s largest multi-class racing regatta will take place in Pattaya 30 April to 4 May attracting a record participation of more than 700 sailors.
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The 11 th edition of Top of the Gulf Regatta, will be officially introduced at a press conference Wednesday 1 April at 13:30, at the Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit Hotel, Bangkok.
Top of the Gulf Regatta is a firm favourite on the Asian sailing calendar welcoming over 250 boats and their race …
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