Baht Bus Driver Caught Ripping Off Group of Chinese Tourists

Baht Bus Driver Caught Ripping Off Group of Chinese Tourists

As little as it’s breaking news that some seemingly traditional massage parlours provide outright sexual services in Pattaya it’s an equally well-known fact – yet hardly makes any headlines – that Baht bus drivers around Funtown have a tendency to rip their foreign customers off.
Now a group of eight Chinese tourists who had chartered a Baht bus on Pattaya Third Road requested the assistance of Pattaya police after the driver had dropped them off at their requested location on Second Road at around 10 p.m. on Wednesday night, however demanded the tourists to pay a total of 400 Baht for the relatively short taxi ride.

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Songkran in Pattaya 2017 – A Small Collection of the Hottest Clips

Songkran in Pattaya

Songkran, the traditional Thai new year festival and often touted as the “world’s largest water battle”, has kicked off in Pattaya a few days ago and will still be in full swing until Wednesday, April 19, when all hell is expected to break loose as usual.
Truth be told, we haven’t made it downtown yet ourselves. After all, this is our umpteenth Songkran in Pattaya and our enthusiasm for this one-week mayhem is somewhat restrained. Anyway, here’s a small collection of the coolest clips we’ve found so far on YouTube. A few more will be added by the end of the week when life returns to normal (and dry) on the hungover streets of Pattaya.
Watch and enjoy as you stay dry behind your screen!

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Pattaya to Hua Hin Ferry Service Now Officially Launched

Ferry service between Pattaya and Hua Hin on the other side of the Gulf of Thailand isn’t really anything new. Several private ferry operators have tackled the project again and again over the decades – and ultimately all failed miserably.
The last attempt to bridge the 113-kilometer sea route between Pattaya and Hua Hin by ferry failed only in 2011, due to lack of passengers and as unprofitable as previous projects.

Now a brand-new passenger ferry service between Pattaya and Hua Hin was officially launched on Sunday.
The new ferry service, operated by Royal Passenger Liner Ltd, launched unofficially on January 1, with free trips between the seaside resorts offered until January 31. The official launch was however postponed from January 12 after bad weather caused the cancellation of many trips.

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Pattaya Holds Vigil for Late King (Photos)

More than a month has passed now since the passing of King Bhumibol and the Thai people are still struggling to come to terms with the death of their much-beloved monarch. Revered by many Thais as a demigod and “father of the country”, the world’s longest reigning monarch was not only a stabilising figure in… Continue Reading

Entertainment Activities to Go Back to Normal November 14 (Updated)

It’s been a sad day for the Thai people. Following the announcement of the death of King Bhumibol Thursday evening, Thais are mourning the tragic loss of their much revered monarch. Having reigned for 70 years, for most Thai people King Bhumibol is the only monarch they can remember in their lives and his death… Continue Reading

“They Park Where They Want”: Call to Ban Tour Buses from Pattaya

The Farang (sex) tourists of days gone-by, the Germans, English etc., would often not book a package tour but were mostly individual tourists who would arrive in Pattaya from the airport by taxi or public bus. Since ever-increasing numbers of Russian and (more recently) Chinese tour groups have started visiting Pattaya, however, the number of… Continue Reading

“Arab” Couple Arrested for Scamming Tourists out of Money

A 44-year-old Turkish man and a 45-year-old woman from Iran accused of scamming scores of foreign tourists in Pattaya over the last couple of months and making off with “hundreds of thousands” of Baht were reportedly nabbed early Sunday at the Amazon Condominium on Soi Wat Boon 5 in Jomtien. The scam allegedly consisted of… Continue Reading

Military to Appoint New Pattaya Mayor, City Council Next Week

Since Pattaya gained city status in 1978 it’s been administered under a special autonomous system where the people of Pattaya could directly elect their own mayor and city council (except for Bangkok that’s never been the case in the rest of Thailand.) So every four years you’d have local elections and the more than 100,000… Continue Reading

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