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24 June 2010 :: 12:06:27 pm 27147

Pattaya TAT Announce “Eastern Seaboard Colours Festival”

The Pattaya arm of TAT along with Pattaya City Hall administrators announced the commencement of this years “Eastern Seaboard Colours Festival” from Central Festival Shopping Center.
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Pattaya, 24th of June 2010 [Pattaya Daily News]: From the 1st floor of Central Festival, Chon-Buri Deputy Governor Songphon Jampaphan, Pattaya TAT Director Niti Kongruit and Pattaya Deputy Mayor Weerawat Khakhai chaired the announcement of the “Eastern Seaboard Colours Festival.”

The 4 day festival, to be held on the 1st-4th of July 2010 along Pattaya’s Beach Road, will include vibrant displays of nature, heritage, culture and traditional influences from 4 provinces of the eastern seaboard including; Chon-Buri, Rayong, Chantha Buri and Trad.

The 4 provinces will exhibit displays of features which best typifies their region of Thailand. The four provinces displays will focus on; Rayong – well-known pristine beaches, luscious fruits and a calm, peaceful atmosphere, Chantha-Buri – natural waterfalls, tropical forests, mountainous regions and ancient temples, Trad – island heritage, natural beauty and rich wildlife, and finally, Chon-Buri – glamour, luxury and city living.

Also organised for the festival will be a water-sports clinic for tourists and local youths to participate, free of charge. Various national athletes and professional instructors will be present at the event to lend a hand.

The festival is expected to further stimulate the faltering local economy whilst providing a fun, entertaining event for locals and tourists alike. Pattaya TAT expects the festival to be viewed by approximately 300,000 people imputing Bt1.6 million into the local economy.

Reporter : Wirraphun   Photo : Wirraphun   Category : Announcement News

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