Biggest Stories in Pattaya From The Last Week: Arabian Tourist Killed in Motorbike Crash, Rival Taxi Groups Fight, and More

Greetings to all our readers and supporters!

We have gathered together here our top LOCAL stories that happened in our areas, Pattaya and Chonburi, in the last week from Monday, August 14th, to Sunday, August 20th, 2023.

The stories are chosen by our editorial team and are not in a particular order of importance but roughly in order of publishing.

1. Dead Baby Found in Garbage Pile in Pattaya

Police are still searching for those who abandoned the baby, although a couple in a different incident with a fetus were arrested.

Dead Baby Found in Garbage Pile in Pattaya

2. Arabian Tourist Killed, Two Others Injured in Pattaya Motorbike Accident

R.I.P

Arabian Tourist Killed, Two Others Injured in Pattaya Motorbike Accident

3. Maintenance Worker Nearly Drowns in Pattaya Hotel Pool

Coincidentally, the victim once tried to save a tourist from drowning at this same pool before. The maintenance man survived the incident but was in critical condition as of press time.

Maintenance Worker Nearly Drowns in Pattaya Hotel Pool

4. Rival Motorbike Taxi Groups Clash in Pattaya, Four People Injured

The fight happened after a Bolt rider unknowingly broke a “gentlemen’s” agreement about where to pick up a customer. Pattaya police are still unable to identify all suspects.

Rival Motorbike Taxi Groups Clash in Pattaya, Four People Injured

5. FTV Pattaya Beauty Pageant Shines as a Remarkable Success in Showcasing Thai Elegance and Tourism

Congratulations!

FTV Pattaya Beauty Pageant Shines as a Remarkable Success in Showcasing Thai Elegance and Tourism

That’s it for this week. We hope the next week will bring you good news!

The original version of this article appeared on our sister website, The Pattaya News, owned by our parent company TPN media.

Tanakorn Panyadee
The Latest Local News Translator at The Pattaya News. Aim is a twenty-two year old who currently lives and studies his last year of college in Bangkok. Interested in English translation, story-telling, and entrepreneurship, he believes that hard-working is an indispensable component of every success in this world.