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January 2019
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Boeing 737 Max 8
Dangerous Aircrafts
On December 25th, 2018, a lawsuit filed in Chicago blames Boeing for the deadly Lion Air crash off the coast of Indonesia that killed all onboard.
The suit claims that the manufacturer’s airplane was unreasonably dangerous.
In fact, Boeing failed to warn the airline industry about a potentially dangerous feature in its new flight-control system installed in Boeing 737 MAX 8 and MAX 9 models.
The system in question is designed to help pilots avoid raising a plane's nose too high, which can cause it to stall, according to the report.
The potential fault in the system is that it can push the plane's nose down unexpectedly and so strongly that pilots can't pull it back up even when flying manually.
For additional Information about the current situation in Thailand please read:
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Affordable & Tasty Foods in Pattaya
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Beach Smoking Ban
Beach Smoking Ban
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Amazing Rules
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No Deck Chairs on Beaches
No Deck Chairs allowed on Beaches
No Booze Sale on Beach
No Booze Sale on Beach
No Streetfood
No Streetfood
AirBnB illegal in Thailand
AirBnB illegal in Thailand for daily and weekly rentals
No Dogs on Beaches
No Dogs on Beaches
No Coconut Ghosts
No Coconut Ghosts on Pattaya Beach
Do not Kiss in Public
Do not Kiss in Public
Sex Toys are against Thai Law
Sex Toys are against Thai Law
Don't play Darts in Thailand
Don't play Darts
Don't play Cards in Thailand
Don't play Beidge in Thailand
Smoking Sisha is banned
Do not smoke Sisha
Three on a Bike not allowed
Three on Bike not allowed
Parking for Rental Bikes
Rental Bikes only
Tracking Tourists
Thailand starts Tracking Tourists
Particulates are welcome
Particulates welcome
Shake Hands with Officials
Shaking hands with Officials
Zero Waste Beaches
Zero Waste Beaches
Immigration Office
No Tips Please
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Riding a Bicycle in Pattaya
Riding a Bicycle in Pattaya
Riding a bicycle on Pattaya's street is as dangerous as driving any other vehicle in this reckless city.
Many - if not most - drivers do not know, or simply ignore, all traffic rules.
There are not only Thai people ignoring the rules, guests from the Indian subcontinent, Russians as well as Westeners take part in this sometimes deadly game.
Thailand's lazy Police doesn't do anything to change the situation.
If you want to rent a bicycle, ask your concierge or go to Soi Lengkee, off Soi Buakhaow.
Cheaper bicycles you can buy at Big C, Tesco/Lotus and at CentralFestival (Supersport, 2nd floor). More expensive bicyles you can find in bike shops on Sukhumvit (near Sawang Fa) and Thepprasit (Soi 8) Roads.
Most bicyles sold in this country are assembled in Thailand, mostly from parts sourced from China.
But tires and tubes are usually purchased locally from a company called Camel. Therefore we recommend to buy a good pump. The tubes have to be inflated almost every 3 to 4 days.
Screws and spokes on 'Made in Thailand' bicycles start to rust in Pattaya after about 6 months, up country it sometimes takes 2 or 3 months longer.
After all, it is not surprising that the installed brakes are usually only sufficient to brake a girl of max 30 kg, but not a 70 kg Farang. In addition, the assemblers assume that the bikes are used only in daylight. The bicycles lack sufficient lighting.
The quality of the pedal bearings also leaves a lot to be desired. Usually, they have to be replaced after just one year.
Newspapers and Internet sites are reporting, that Pattaya provides some bicycle lanes. That's not correct.
It is true that Itthiphol Kunplome, the former Mayor of Pattaya and brother of the current post-holder, promised to install cycle paths in Pattaya. Like most of his promises, this idea too was never put into practice.
The existing cycle paths do not belong to Pattaya, but were built by Sattahip.
Rigged Elections?
Rigged Election?
Thailand's Dictator General Prayuth Chan-ocha is a master of delays and empty promises. Since 2014 he promises his citizens fair and free polls, but after each new promise he delayed the polls citing more or less stupid reasons.
General Prayuth Chan-ocha has promised and postponed elections several times since his 2014 coup overthrew a civilian government.
On February 27th, 2018, the Junta Leader delayed the general election promised for November 18th, 2018, once again but promised it would take place 'no later' than February 2019.
But on December 29th, 2018, Khaosod English as well as Bangkok Post reported that the Election Commission has refused to confirm the date amid rumours the poll could be delayed by a month.
There are also legitimate doubts that the choice will be "free". In recent years, Thailand's Dictator General Prayuth Chan-ocha and his handpicked Military Junta have changed the country's constitution and electoral laws several times to prevent a victory for parties uncomfortable with the regime.
Some sources even fear rigged elections.
For additional Information please read:
  • Bangkok Post: Senator candidate complains about vote-buying
  • Bangkok Post: PM warns against campaigning with his name
  • Bangkok Post: Foreign poll monitors can build trust
  • Bangkok Post: 2'800 senator candidates chosen ahead of final round
  • Bangkok Post: 2'700 senator candidates to choose 200 on Thursday
  • Bangkok Post: No need' for election monitor
  • Bangkok Post: EC to check social media posts
  • Bangkok Post: Calls mount for foreign poll observers
  • Bangkok Post: The National Legislative Assembly (NLA), installed by the coup leader, appointed two retired bureaucrats for the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) and dumped five heavyweights in human rights advocacy
  • Bangkok Post: Poll proposal for March 10 gains steam
  • Khaosod English: Man Complains of Election Fraud, Gets Attitude Adjustment
  • Khaosod English: Prayuth’s Ex-Deputy Says Junta Leader Shouldn’t Be PM Again
  • Khaosod English: In Reversal, Foreign Poll Monitors May Be Allowed For February Vote
  • The Nation: Voting for senate candidates in Thailand
  • The Nation: Ex-Cabinet colleague says Prayut unfit to be the PM
  • The Nation: Minister explains comment on poll observers
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Graffiti in Bangkok
Update (January 4th):
No Election on February 24th?
  • Bangkok Post: Government admits election delay
  • Khaosod English: Coronation Could Affect February Elections
  • The Nation: Govt throws ball in EC’s court while suggesting a month’s delay in elections
  • Bangkok Post: EC refuses to set date unless government moves first
  • Khaosod English: #DelayMyAss: Thainet Just Can’t With Another Election Delay
  • The Nation: Amid netizens uproar over likely poll delay, EC tells govt to publish decree
Update (January 9th):
And now, read this:   Updated
Bangkok Post: Military firepower
Bangkok Post: Thailand's new rules for the House of Representatives
Bangkok Post: Poll outcome will not diminish the military's prominent role in politics
Moreover, during the last two years Royalist Rebels and Security Forces removed reminders of democracy in Thailand in secret and without explanation.
Khaosod English: Monument Marking Defeat of Royalist Rebels Removed in Dead of Night
The Nation: Disappearing democracy
Show your compassion
Eat Bananas Made in Thailand
Wikipedia: Banana Republic
Internet Translation Services can destroy your Relationship!
Internet Translation services can destroy your relationship!
Translators from Google and Bing are excellent readers of messages from other languages, but should be used with caution as translators.
Here are some messages myLady™ sent me by mail in Thai, and what Google and Bing have made of it:
myLady™: Today, Farangs are eating Smoothies
Google: Today, westerners eat water.
Bing: Today, the guava eats water.
myLady™: Empty
Google: out of stock
Bing: All
myLady™: Aoy's Grandmother called me
Google: Only one mother, call me
Bing: Single Yathon
myLady™: My Granddaugther is also working
Google: Take your grandchildren to work with
Bing: My child is working.
myLady™: Cold weather, don't forget to wear appropriate clothes.
Google: Cold weather, don't forget to wear a sweater.
Bing: Do you wear a sweater Naoaya?
myLady™: Younger brother
Google: Younger brother
Bing: Older brother
myLady™: Younger brother in law
Google: Younger brother
Bing: Younger brother in law
It's not Fast-Food that makes you fat!
It's not Fast-Food that makes you fat!
Recent research published by The BMY show that meals served in sit-down restaurants are unhealthier than the one provided in fast-food chains.
Health experts claim that meals should not exceed 600 calories, but in this study meals averaged 1'033 calories in restaurants and 751 calories in fast-food chains.
The research found that Sit-down restaurants were five times more likely to offer high-calorie meals of 1'000kcal or more than fast-food restaurants.
KFC topped the fast-food list with an average of 987 calories per meal offered. Burger King, McDonald's and Subway were around 700kcal/meal.
It's not Fast-Food that makes you fat!
The Health problem hits Thai temples too
The tradition of giving food, known as alms, to the monks every morning as a way to accumulate karma for this life and the next has precipitated an obesity crisis amongst the clergy.
The food and drinks they consume every morning is so unhealthy the number of overweight and unhealthy monks now exceeds the national average.
As you know - or at least can see - Thailand is already one of the fattest countries in Asia, second only to neighbouring Malaysia.
A survey conducted in Thailand says that one in three Thai men are obese, while more than 40 percent of women are significantly overweight.
Thailand's Dictator General Prayuth Chan-ocha likes to blame McDonalds' & Co. for the countries health crisis. He's wrong!
The crisis is homemade. Rice, sugar and a lack of exercise are to blame!
Without Helmet I can drive faster!
No Brain
Without Brain, Drivers even can ignore all traffic rules!
No Brain
Joke of the Month
According to Pol Col Krisana Patanacharoen, deputy spokesman of the Royal Thai Police, the Thai Police cannot adequately ensure public safety from motorbikes on sidewalks because they don't have enough manpower.
The Thai Police force is 230'000 strong.
The UK with a similar population has a Police force of 122'000.
The truth is that Thai police do not adequately enforce any laws.
Do you remember?
On August 27th, 2009, Thailand's Labor Minister Phaithoon Kaeothong told the press that the output by one Singaporean is equal to that of eight Thai workers!
Obviously nothing changed during the last decade...
VIP Taxi Services
New in Pattaya
For all that 'nouveau riches' - or those who want to be...
Siam Commercial Bank starts now from Terminal 21
Siam Commercial Bank starts its plane from Terminal 21...
To our surprise, Terminal 21 has visitor frequencies that the other shopping centers in Pattaya can only dream of.
Terminal21 is the City's utmost Airport Shopping Mall on Pattaya North Road
The following known venues remained closed on January 1st, 2019:
Beer Town
Beer Town at Tree Town on Soi Buakhaow.
Update (January 3rd): Good News, the venue is open again!
The Thirsty Camel
The Thirsty Camel on Soi LK Metro.
Update (January 3rd): Good News, the venue is open again!
Usagi Isakaya
Usagi Isakaya, Japanese Restaurant on South Road, a few meters only from Walking Street.
Update (January 3rd): Good News, the venue is open again!
Boom Boom Sushi Room
Boom Boom Sushi Room on Walking Street.
Update (January 3rd): Good News, the venue is open again!
We will keep you up-to-date
Jomtien Food Market on Soi Bun Kanchana
Jomtien's new Food Market on Soi Bun Kanchana is now in full swing with a bunch of Thai food booths, Italien type coffee bars and a Pizza outlet.
Enjpy it during a mild Thai winter night.
Jomtien Food Market on Chaiyabruek 2 Road
Jomtien Food Market on Chaiyabruek 2 Road
Seafood - as much as you can
Also on.Soi Bun Kanchana and only a few meters from the new night market, a Seafood Buffet opened.
Eat as much Seafood as you can for 399 Baht/person, not including any drinks.
Seafood - as much as you can
Poised to continue
Gold Finger Massage Center
In December Gold Finger opened a Massage Center in the rooms of Ann's former Internationale Küche on Naklua Road.
Gold Finger already runs a Massage & Spa on Pattaya Beach Road at Baywalk Residence, also known as City Walk.
Appetite for Belgian Draft Beers?
Mai Thai on Naklua Road serves tasty Belgian Draft Beers from Hoegaarden and Stella Artois.
Poised to continue
All new 7-ELEVEN
Located on South Pattaya Road between the Star Soccer Arena and The Rich Love Motel, 7-ELEVEN opened an all new concept store. You can get the whole 7-ELEVEN range of goods, but no alcoholics.
In addition, it offers a nice and very clean food booth and a coffee bar on a balcony.
Oishi's Eaterium
Oishi's Eaterium opened at CentralFestival Pattaya Beach.
Oishi promised a new definition of Japanese restaurants. It looks more than a canteen...
Oishi's Eaterium
Enlarged La Strada
La Strada, a cozy Caffe located on Pattaya Central Road opposite the Krungthai Bank, enlarged its premise.
It's now a cozy and beautiful Bar, Restaurand and Caffe.
Thaiichi, Pattaya
Thaiichi, located at the 'Football Stadium' on Pattaya Central Road, got a facelift.
The venue is known for tasty Japanese Food at reasonable prices.
Steak & Bar
During Christmas time Gyo Gyo Gyo, once announced as a 'high class' Japanese Restaurant on Pattaya Beach Road, obviously changed its format: On top of its Gyo Gyo Gyo logo you can find a big new Steak & Bar sign.
It's a very nice place, but it gives the impression that the owner(s) do not know how to run a business...
Indian Fast Food Outlet in Pattaya
Gokul announced the opening of an Indian Fast Food Outlet at the entrance to Soi 4, off Second Road.
Noir is dark
Noir, a Thai Pub with an eventful history, closed down. The building is located in Northern Pattaya, about 100 meters only from the successful Hollywood Pub.
We will keep you up-to-date.
A Bunch of Bars had to close down
In the small Soi conneting Soi 7 with Soi 8, all the bars in the once popular Bar Complex, located opposite the Sunbeam Hotel, had to close the doors to make space for a new hotel, we were told.
We will keep you up-to-date.
Famlily Mart closed down
The popular Family Mart at the entrance to Boystown had to close. The whole building is on the block.
We will keep you up-to-date.
Silverstar Building on the Block
Silverstar Building on Soi 8
The Building of the former Silverstar A Go-Go Club on Soi 8 consisting of 2 units (not 2 rooms) is on the block.
Should you be interested to run a business in Soi 8, Please call the numbers mentioned in the picture.
JD Bar closed
JD Bar on Soi 8 closed down. The bar was located in front of the Baron Hotel between the Aussie Bar and the Next Best Bar.
The venue is on the Block. Call 081-435 2229 or 038-412 035 if interrested.
Lek's Classroom Bar 2
Lek's Classroom Bar 2 on Soi 7 closed down. The bar had a short life, It opened during April 2018.
Happy's Cafe & Restaurant
Happy's Turkish Cafe & Restaurant on Soi 8 closed down.
Poised to continue
Beer Hub
Beer Hub takes over the building redesigned for - but never used by - Le Petit Paris at Tree Town.
We will keep you up-to-date.
Rocker Bar
During Christmas Holidays the Rocker Bar replaced the Pleasure Hut Bar.
Plastica on the Block
The building of Plastica, once an Aesthetic Surgery & Skin Clinic, is on the block.
If you are intersted please call 08 1874 6697.
Another New A Go-Go Bar
Seventh Heaven closed its door even before Christmas.
The venue opened as a bar on June 15th, 2018.
Should you be interested to run a business in Soi Buakhaow, please call 064 661 6244.
Three Lords
Three Lords Pub & Restaurant closed down during December 2018.
Unique Blue Sports Bar
Unique Blue Sports Bar closed down without prior notice.
Jai Ho Restaurant and Bar
Jai Ho, an Indian Restaurant and Bar closed down.
The venue opened during September 2018.
2 Brothers
2 Brothers, a Restaurant to the left of Jai Ho, closed down too.
The venue opened during September 2018.
Poised to continue
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Poised to continue
Merry Christmas Soi Chaiyaphoon
Pattaya City Hall ordered its dredger into Soi Chaiyaphoon to celebrate Christmas.
Poised to continue
Pump Station goes Soi 6
Pump Station 3 is announced to open soon in the rooms of the former ISS Laguna Restaurant.
We will keep you up-to-date.
Tomcat's Bar, Soi 6
On January 1st, Tomcat's Bar replaced the defunct Britisch Bull Dog Bar.
Passion Dance Club
Passion Dance Club was closed out of the blue on December 28th, 2018.
Authorities closed down this Bar in Soi 6
Miss B Haven closed down
On December 4th, 2018, Thailand's Department of Special Investigations human-trafficking officers and Pattaya's Immigration and Tourist Police raided the Miss B Haven bar.
Eight women between the ages of 20 and 35 were found to be servicing customers as well as two underaged girls aged 16 and 17. Police arrested Owner Jomkaew Kingkong.
Poised to continue
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Poised to continue
Social Lounge & Bar opened
After many months of hard work, Social Lounge & Bar opened its door to Walking Street's revellers.
The new bar provides comfortable seatings in a very relaxed atmosphere. Perhaps even too beautiful for Walking Street. Time will tell.
New A Go-Go Bar prepares its opening
TeeRak A Go-Go is the name of the new A Go-Go Club located at the entrance to Soi Diamond.
The first two Darlings (english translation of Teerak) are already waiting behind their smartphones...
We will keep you up-to-date.
Replacing the Remains of Living Dolls 1
Work just started to replace the miserable remains of the former Living Dolls 1 A Go-Go Bar. The bar had to close down on May 30th, 2017.
We will keep you up-to-date.
Facelift
Nang Nual, the Streets oldest (and best) Seafood and Steak outlet, got a facelift.
Facelift
Nang Nual's Beer Garden, open until 24:00, attracts revelers since many months.
The Catwalk A Go-Go
The Catwalk A Go-Go
Catwalk on the Second Floor
In the rooms of a former Massage Parlour, located on top of the New Star Bar, the Catwalk A Go-Go Club is announced to open soon.
The new A Go-Go Bar will have its entrance in Soi 15, where the entrance to the now defunct Overmind Bar was.
New Indian Nightclub opened
On December 31st, 2018, Kabila opened an Indian Nightclub in the building of the miserably failed CoCoon Club.
But the venue only opened the second floor. Obviously the first floor was not ready.
We are not sure whether the opening of the semi-finished club was a good decision. Experience teaches us that this is usually not rewarded by customers.
Fortunately, there are exceptions that confirm the rule.
Large Indian Dance Club closed down
Mauja, a large Indian Dance Club, closed down on January 11th. The venue opened December 30th, 2017.
Rumours already are talking about a new investor and a soon re-opening...
We will keep you up-to-date.
Failed incarnation of an Indian Nightclub
On December 31st, 2018, Rajah reopened without prior announcement.
The venue closed down on October 21st, 2018, for renovation.
The club, which opened on May 11th, 2018, was obviously planned without real need.
Update (January 3rd): The club already closed down...
We will keep you up-to-date
Another New A Go-Go Bar
A new A Go-Go bar is being built at the entrance to Soi B.J., to the right of the reduced Extreme Virtual Reality Booth.
An other new A Go-Go Bar develops near the entrance to Soi Diamond.
Taj on the Beach
Taj on the Beach, an Indian Restaurant located opposite the entrance to Soi 16, closed down and is on the block.
The venue opened during December 2017.
Obviously, the 'invasion' of visitors from the Indian subcontinent does not happen as announced by the TAT (Tourist Authority of Thailand)...
Russian Meeting Point in the dark again
The White Bar, located to the right of Tony's Bar Complex, is again in the dark. It turn off the lights even before Christmas.
After beeing closed a few month, the venue reopened during November 2018.
Obviously the TAT (Tourist Authority of Thailand) was not able to translate its announcement into action and to encourage more travelers from Russia to visit Thailand.
Poised to continue
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Two in one
one for two
Plan for Today
God is me
MenUnited
My business protects me
Her Holes get Better with Age
Mud is beautiful
Highway in China
New Carrier?
No! We copy ourself!
Nike, your perfect Supporter
More reliable than any Farang!?
I like Jeans
Smartphone-Riders
Obviously the Cats lived too long in Pattaya
Transportation in Luzern (Switzerland)
King of Recycling: From Paper and Glass to Plastic and Cars...
Pattaya News Flash, formerly known as Pattaya-at-Night.com
Enjoy your Life
Ikea Enjoys your Life
This Month
Movies in Pattaya
Major Cineplex Pattaya
The Avenue, 2nd Road
SF CentralMarina
2nd Road, North Pattaya
SFX Terminal21
Roundabout North Road
Opened:
Flower Land
Na-Jomtien
Thai Food Market
Soi Bun Kanchana, Jomtien
Lisa on the Beach
Beach Road, Pattaya
Saras
Beach Road, Pattaya
Wine Connection
Beach Road, Pattaya
Food World
The Avenue, 2nd Road
Amphawa Market
South Road
Thai Market
2nd Road, Pattaya
Indian Hut & Pizzeria
2nd Road, Pattaya
Famos
Soi 14/Second Road
Three Lords
Soi Buakhaow
Bali Café
Soi Buakhaow
Honey Bar
Soi Yamato
Bhartiyam Restaurant
Soi Postoffice
Harem Club
Walking Street
Bombay Chowpatty
Soho Square
Miyuki
Central Road
New Name:
Sergio's Pizza Factory
formerly Pizza Pizza Yanee
New Format:
Reincarnation:
Time Bar
Soi LK Metro
Indian Palace of Curry
Soi Post Office
On the Block:
Pumpol Fun Pub
Soi Post Office
Sing Sing Bar
Soi Post Office
Rose Bar
Soi Yamato
WakaWaka Bar
Soi Pattayaland 2
The Tom 93 Bar
Soi Buakhaow
Closed:
Burn Club
Tree Town, Soi Buakhaow
6 String Bar
Soi Buakhaow
Midnight Liqueur
Marina Plaza
For more information click December 2018 News.
More Information
No Alcohol Days
Thailand's National No Alcohol Days include Buddhist holidays and election days.
On all other days alcohol can only be sold between 11:00-14:00 and 17:00-24:00.
Vendors caught breaking the ban are liable to a prison sentence of up to six months, a 10'000 Baht fine or both - but local Police use their own discretion to decide which venues need to be visited and fined...
Don't start laughing:
Do not try to buy non alcoholic beers (available from Clausthaler and Oettinger in this country).
The shops won't sell them during dry days.
Some not even sell Soda Water, because Thais and their Police associate it with (Thai) Whisky...
There's a sucker born every minute...
The Godfather's Story
The Kunplomes
Never forget:
It's not your Face and not your Body that makes you sexy.
It's your MONEY!
Pattaya's Love Motels
Never forget Chernobyl, Hiroshima, Nagasaki & Fukushima!
Never use a technology you do not master 100%!
February 17th, 2017:
Robot probes show Japan reactor cleanup worse than expected!
2018:
Spike from Pattaya Days reports from Chernobyl:
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Speed comes from Switzerland
Speed comes still from Switzerland
Students from ETH Zürich and the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts have built the fastest car in the world.
The Grimsel electric racing car needs a startling time of 1.513 seconds to achieve 60 mph. The famous Bugatti Veyron can manage the same in around 2.5 seconds.
Pattaya News Flash is published in Switzerland too, but we are a little bit slower...
Huawei
Huawei launches memorial versions
Huawei launches special editions for its Mate 20 Pro and Nova 4 smartphones to mark the shipping of 200 million handsets in 2018.
The special edition of the Mate 20 Pro will come in jade green with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of ROM, while the special edition of Nova 4 will be available in peach red with 8GB of RAM and 128GB ROM.
The two special editions will bear a gold-colored emblem marked with "200 million" on their backs in addition to a gold Huawei logo.
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All Disco Clubs
Disco Clubs in Pattaya
Milking Foreigners!
Thailand's National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation Department ordered that admission fees for foreigners at national parks throughout the country have to be 400 Baht.
Entry charge for Thai nationals remains 40 Baht for adults and 20 Baht for children.
To cover the inequity the local's prices are printed in Thai script only.
Do not ride Jet Ski in Pattaya!
No progress on Jet Ski saga:
Pattaya City Hall still doesn't do anything to stop the scam!
All the announcements made during last year were City Hall Blah-Blah only...
As long as Jet Ski vendors - respectively their victims - fill up our officials' pockets nothing will happen!
Update
(published by Pattaya Mail):
Problems with Jet Ski operators unsolved.
Avoid Pattaya's Islands
The boats are overloaded, don't provide lifevests for all passengers, are badly maintained and aren't covered by adequate insurance policies.
Pattaya's lazy and allegedly corrupt Officials promised to check owners, personnel and boats regularly, but they don't.
Avoid mosquitoes, they spread the Dengue Fever
Date-rape drug warning
According to Pattaya Police, it is common in this resort that foreign tourists get drugged and robbed in their hotel rooms, apartments or houses by prostitutes or ladyboys.
Ladyboy Pick-Pocket Gangs on Pattaya's Beach Promenade
Ladyboy Pick-Pocket Gangs are working almost daily on Pattaya's Beach Promenade!
Necklace Snatch
Never wear Gold in Pattaya!
Between 30 to 50 snatching valuables cases are reported to Pattaya's Police every single month.
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