The Club came into existence in 2001 when its founding members recognized there was a need for a way for members of the Expat community to meet and share advice and information on the best ways to live and enjoy life in Pattaya.
Since then, the Club has grown from its humble beginnings into a vibrant social organization that continues to emphasize the Club's motto of Expats Helping Expats.
Initially, it was known as the Pattaya Expats Club (PEC), but in 2003 changed its name to Pattaya City Expats Club (PCEC).
To read a Club's history of its formation and events that led to the name change, click here.
Although many of the Club's activities are open to members and visitors, it is the members continued contribution that keeps the Club going.
So, when in Pattaya, drop by during one of the weekly meetings and see what we are all about. If you like what you, see, please become a member and add your contribution to keeping the Club a viable and worthwhile organization for the Expat community.
In March 2014, the PCEC retired its original logo, designed by founding member Max Rommel.
A more stylistic design was sought and the Club's members were requested to submit designs for a new logo.
Click here to read the Pattaya Mail article about the change in logo.
One does not need to be a member to attend the meetings and join in the activities of the Club.
Although, there are benefits to membership, most expats become members so that their annual membership contribution will assist the Club to continue operating as a noncommercial social organization of Expats Helping Expats.
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