Pattaya Daily News

24 June 2014 :: 01:06:26 am 89210

Pattaya Cyclists Raise Money For Turtles Hospital

Pattaya city, Sattahip Naval Base, World Wide Connection and Chor. Numchai Eastern Bikes joined forces and had arranged a charity cycle ride to raise money for sick turtles. Over 300 cyclists took part.
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SATTAHIP – June 22, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; Dr. Weerawat Kharkhai (Deputy Mayor of Pattaya city), Vice Admiral Weeeraphan Sukkon (Navy Commander, Section 1) and Mr Manoch Nongyai (Pattaya city council member) the President of Pattaya Bicycles Association, together chaired the open of the charity cycling activity of “Visit the navy region to help sea turtles”. The ride started in front of the Eastern Bike shop by Chor. Numchai, in the area of Sukhumvit-Na Kluea intersection. There were over 300 cyclists who took part.

 

The activity was arranged by Pattaya city and Sattahip Naval Base, World Wide Connection and Chor. Numchai Eastern Bikes. The event was organised in aid of raising money for the Sea Turtles Hospital in Sattahip Naval Base and also to promote cycling and well being.

 

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The cycling route of the “Visit the navy region to help sea turtles” program started in front of Chor. Numchai shop and then went along the Sukhumvit road and stopped at the city of Love, Mimosa Pattaya. They then headed to Ao Toei Ngam (Toei Ngam bay) at Sattahip Naval Base which is ranked as one of the most beautiful beaches in Thailand. Afterwards, the cyclists rode to the Sea Turtles Hospital and Centre of the Sea Learning and Restoration before having lunch together. Once lunch had finished they all rode back to Pattaya. The total distance of the charity ride was approximately 10 km.

Reporter : Yanwarrut   Photo : Yanwarrut   Category : Community News

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