“All Seasons Pattaya” managed by Accor Hotels, enjoys a central location off Pattaya’s busy second road overlooking the gulf of Thailand. This 3-star hotel offers a high standard, comfort and quality –at affordable prices.
COME VISIT US April 8 - 9, 2007: Phanom Rung Historical Park, Chalermphrakiat district, Buri Ram province) In Hindu and Buddhist cosmology, mountains are believed to be homes to the gods. Prasat Hin Khao Phanom Rung, a magnificent temple sanctuary set on the summit of Phanom Rung Hill, was built between the 10th and 13th centuries. According to the stone inscriptions in Sanskrit and Khmer found at the site, the original name of the temple complex is Phanom Rung, Khmer for big mountain
As Don Muang Airport opens for domestic services once again, Thailand‘s main airport regulator, Admiral Bannawit Kengrian, has hinted that international flights may well soon again be on the agenda for Don Muang. A detailed plan of refurbishment is to be put to the Airports of Thailand at their forthcoming meeting, Admiral Bannawit said. This will include renovating passenger lounges for international flights and proposals for services for international airlines.
Bangkok’s old airport, Don Muang is due to reopen on Sunday March 25th after being restricted to private and charter flights for over 6 months, since September 28th. However, it has now lost its privileged code name, no longer designated BKK, which has now been taken over by Suvarnabhumi, Don Muang’s new designation is DMK. Ms Kalaya Pakakrong, the Acting President of Airports of Thailand (AoT) urged passengers to check the codes on their tickets to avoid confusion.
Last Friday (9th March) my friends arrived at Suvarnabhumi Airport. To pick them up I had several options. Since global warming and environmental protection are these days an important issue I chose to travel by bus. For Northern or Central Pattaya residents is the service from Roong Rueang Bus Company a good option. Their bus terminal is well known located on North Pattaya Road (Thanon Pattaya Nua) - departure times please read below.
Pattaya Marriott Resort & Spa swept all before it at the annual Marriott International General Manager’s Conference in San Francisco as it claimed the highest accolades for Marriott resorts in Thailand in terms of overall Guest Satisfaction Survey, Financial Excellence, Associates Satisfaction, and the Most Improved Market Share.
Take a break from all the tales of doom and despondency and worldly concerns, roll up for Thailand’s most popular music venue, the Pattaya International Music Festival, to be held on Pattaya Indoor Sports’ Stadium from 16th until the 18th of March. Billed as a perfect weekend break for old and young, the music festival will feature the top bands from Thailand, Asia and the international music scene.
In an attempt at damage limitation, the Thai Tourism and Sports Ministry has insisted that Pattaya Tourist Police catch the slayer of the two female Russian tourists post-haste to restore foreign confidence.
BANGKOK, Feb 17– International air carriers have rejected calls to move some of their flights back to Bangkok’s old airport at Don Muang to ease congestion while repairs are carried out at the new airport, saying they preferred Suvarnabhumi as the main hub.
BANGKOK, Feb 9 - Only a small portion of Suvarnabhumi airport will be closed for repairs and maintenance, leaving most areas operable as normal, said Narongchai Thanadchangsaeng, deputy director of the airport.
The partial solution to Suvarnabhumi’s current problems with manpower and runway repairs is gaining momentum as plans are apparently being consolidated to divert flights to Bangkok’s old Don Muang Airport. Ms Kulya Pakakrong, Acting President of the Airports of Thailand, is leading the team currently re-assessing the total financial costs of renovating Don Muang Airport which will initially be presented to the Transport Minister, Thira Haocharoen and later, the cabinet, hopefully within the next fortnight.
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Qantas and British Airways are today offering travellers to Australia and Britain the unique opportunity to experience the ultimate in service, luxury and comfort with special fare offers for Business and First Class. The special fares are available from today until 31 March 2007 for travel before 30 April 2007.
On Monday Feb 5TH, Admiral Thira Haocharoen, the Thai Transport Minister admitted to cabinet members that the details of the proposal to transfer some non-connecting domestic flights back to the former Bangkok International Airport at Don Muang were not yet complete.
At the Dusit Resort Hotel, North Pattaya, on February 2nd, Thai Airways, announced to a group of travel agents and other ticket issuers that it wished to adjust its domestic ticket structure.
Pattaya Walking Street officials hope to generate 20 million Baht by exhibiting many famous Chinese cultural events, staging parades, dances and competitions, and erecting Chinese style decorations and illuminations all along Walking Street as far as Bali High Pier in celebration of the forthcoming Chinese New Year.
BANGKOK, Jan 31 - Renovation of the 90-year-old Bangkok Airport at Don Muang to ready it for its re-launch is proceeding at full speed and airport officials are confident the facility would be re-opened in 45 days for non-connecting domestic flights.
Chonburi Attraction Club is inaugurating for the third year a special discount scheme aimed at tourists in general. At Pattaya City Hall on 29th January at 2 pm, a committee meeting was held involving the following officials: Messrs. Monthien Thongrit, Deputy Governor of Chonburi Province, Pinij Ratchawat, Assistant District Administrator, Niran Wattenasasatorn, the Mayor of Pattaya City, Police officer Chaiwat Deputy Head of the Thai Tourist Authority, the controller of the central Thai region, and Dr. Pichai Sarnchaeng, Chairman of the Chonburi Organisation for Promoting Tourism.
At a meeting held on 26th January, the Assistant of the Committee of Pattaya Walking Street, Mr. Soonthorn Kungsirikul and Mr Rohnnakit Akegasing, the Director of the Chinese New Year Celebrations were accorded the honour of organising events for the Year Of The Pig, due to commence from 16th to 18th February 2007.
Just outside Pattaya is a repository of Buddhist iconography that few tourists get a chance to visit, yet it is a Must See if you want to gain a true impression of Thailand.