Pattaya orphans’ day out in famous Water Park

Steve Kerr (kneeling front) GM of MeatStuff and member of the Rotary Club of Jomtien-Pattaya took 100 children from Baan Jing Jai Children’s Home to the Columbia Pictures Aquaverse theme park for a memorable day-out.

Charitable sponsors Rotary Club of Jomtien-Pattaya and Meat Stuff Pattaya hired two luxury coaches to take 100 Jing Jai orphans and volunteer staff for a memorable day-out to Columbia Pictures Aquaverse theme park, located near Bang Saray. The most popular item on the menu was ice cream, especially strawberry flavor. Jing Jai began as a drop-in center for street children in 1992 and has since developed as a major orphanage in North Pattaya. Established in 1987, the Rotary Club of Jomtien-Pattaya is a major community sponsor in the area whilst MeatStuff Pattaya is the fastest-growing pies, sausages and meat wholesaler and retailer. There is also a restaurant with many special features such as building your own breakfast. Steve Kerr, general manager, said, “The boys and girls were all very enthusiastic about Aquaverse, especially Hotel Transylvania, and are looking forwards to a repeat performance.”