We don’t need to get into a long discussion or debate about the history of Thanksgiving.  Us here at Pattaya Unplugged would just like to wish everyone a very happy time full of lasting memories and plenty of turkey of course.  Whether you are spending time at home this holiday with your family, or far away from them with us here in Pattaya and doing Thanksgiving alone or with friends, we hope it leaves you with plenty of memories to be thankful for down the line.

That being said, Thanksgiving at my house was always a time to say what you are thankful for that year.  We at Pattaya Unplugged have a lot to be thankful for this year, EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU, our readers.

We are thankful that all of you took the time out of your sometimes chaotic days to stop and read an article or drop a comment on the social media feeds.  We are thankful for both the good comments, the bad, and even when you just leave a simple emoticon or like or share a post.  We are thankful for the many suggestions and personal messages that we receive daily thanking us for what we do and making suggestions for future content.

It doesn’t matter if you agree or disagree with every article that we publish,  it doesn’t matter if we all don’t always see eye to eye, what matters is that we all have one thing in common that we are thankful for, our beautiful host city.

Pattaya Unplugged is an ever-evolving monster of an information source.  We take the topics that we find interesting or those that our readers send to us, do the research, and deliver it to you constantly and consistently each day.

We know that the key ingredient to our success is you.  Our pledge to you, our readers, is that we will continue to bring you the most non-biased and informative articles in our ability.  We will continue to answer your questions about Pattaya and to do the leg-work to find the best suitable answer if we don’t know.  Most of all, we will continue to shine a positive spotlight on the city for the wondrous place that it really is, despite all the naysayers and “end of the world” screamers.  We believe in the truly wholesome and good effects that Thailand and Pattaya can have on people that travel here.

From all of us here to all of you out there, have a blessed Thanksgiving and THANK YOU for your continued support.


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Adam Judd
Mr. Adam Judd is the Co-owner of TPN media since December 2017. He is originally from Washington D.C., America, but has also lived in Dallas, Sarasota, and Portsmouth. His background is in retail sales, HR, and operations management, and has written about news and Thailand for many years. He has lived in Pattaya for over eight years as a full-time resident, is well known locally and been visiting the country as a regular visitor for over a decade. His full contact information, including office contact information, can be found on our Contact Us page below. Stories please e-mail Pattayanewseditor@gmail.com About Us: https://thepattayanews.com/about-us/ Contact Us: https://thepattayanews.com/contact-us/