Pattaya - The Calm Beach-side Town Pulsating With Vibrant Nightlife

Famous as well as notorious for its nightlife, Pattaya is a beach side town, lying 150 Km southeast of Bangkok, in the gulf of Thailand. Lined with beautiful beaches, this beach resort pleases every visitor whether they are couples, family or solo bag packers.
This one of the major tourist attractions of Thailand was just a small fishing village until 1960. Its development as a beach resort and nightlife hub started during Vietnam War, when it became a stopover place for US bases.
After 1980, the town swiftly began to develop with the openings of many hotels and beach resorts. The main coastline of the Pattaya is divided into two parts. One is Pattaya Beach, which is stretched from north of the Pattaya to the southern part running parallel to the centre of the town. Other is Pratumnak, located on the southern side of the town and is remarkable for its temple and view point on the top of the hill. It lies ideally between the famous Jomtein Beach and Pattaya City and gives easy access to other major tourist attractions. Apart from it, there are also many islands located at varying distance from the shore. The major charm of the place, which pulls millions of travellers every year lies in its vibrant nightlife with end number of nightclubs, bars, discotheques, go go bars, restaurants and cabarets. In addition to it, the place folds many beautiful sea beaches, stunning man made attractions, numerous engaging activities and Buddhist temples to amaze its visitors.
The largest part of the population of Pattaya is comprised of Thai – Chinese ancestry inhabitants, and due to its prospering tourist industry, the place is also settled by many workers from north east Thailand.
Pattaya faces hot climate all year round. March, April and May are the hottest months of the year. November to February is comparatively less hot seasons and with peak tourist activities, it is the perfect time to visit the place.

Pattaya Beach

Pattaya Beach is one of the most visited sites in Thailand and always remains teeming with the tourists. This 3 Km long stretch of beach starts from the north Pattaya and ends to a small hill in South, with a parallel beach road running along. Take a leisure walk on the beach, where apart from relaxing and taking sunbath, you can enjoy some water sports like jet skiing, windsurfing, banana boat rides and paragliding. Or step on the calm beach road and take a carefree walk on is lane, which is dotted with numerous eateries, cafes, bars, massage parlours and hotels.

Jomtien Beach

Just 3 Km down Pattaya Beach, there lays Jomtein Beach - a beautiful sandy and serene beach. Lined with pine trees, this clean and tidy coast offers a tranquil escapade from the buzzing crowd. Warm golden sand, azure sea water and blue sky are ready to please you here. Moreover, there are a number of cafes, bars and restaurants on the coastline to augment your experience.

Walking Street

Pattaya is internationally acknowledged for its lively nightlife. There are endless places in the city, which gives you a chance to enjoy a rollicking time. And the most famous among these places is, undoubtedly the Walking Street. It is a half kilometre street, which is closed to motorised traffic every day from 18:00 to 2:00. After it, the sparkling street comes alive in its clusters of gogo bars, discotheque, live rock bands, cabaret shows, rooftop bars, restaurants, beer bars and nightclubs. This nightlife hub of Pattaya draws swarms of tourists & travellers across the entire planet to the place.

ADDRESSOn the south end of the Beach Road, Pattaya, Thailand

Cabaret Shows

Pattaya is world-wide renowned for its flashy and entertaining cabaret shows. These shows are remarkable for their so called ‘ladyboys’ and features excellent song and dance performances by talented artists clad in ostentatious yet glamorous outfits. The most famous of these shows are Alcazar and Tiffany Show. Don’t give a miss while you are in Pattaya.

Pattaya Hill (Khao Phra Bat)

To get the panoramic view of the entire crescent of Pattaya Beach as well as the entire city, Pattaya Hill is the best place. Located south of the Bali Hia Pier in South Pattaya, Pattaya Hill is set between Pattaya and Jomtien Beach. Apart from scenic sights of the city, the hill also houses Wat Khao Phra Bat (a sacred Buddha Image), the statue of Father of Royal Thai Navy and a navy’s radio station. Visit the place during dawn or dusk of the day so that you can enjoy the mesmerising view of sunrise and sunset from here.

ADDRESSAround 2 Km from South Pattaya, Pattaya,Thailand



Floating Market

Pattaya Floating Market is World’s largest floating market, sprawled on an area of around 100,000 square meters. It is divided into four parts – north, northeast, central and south which represents four different cultural heritage of Thailand. Dotted on the fresh water swamps, these islands feature Thai style houses, shops and stalls. The different parts of the market are connected with wooden bridge. You will find many souvenirs, fruits, handicrafts, clothes etc. selling in canoes and boats by vendors. The market also hosts various entertaining activities like martial art and water boxing.

ADDRESS451/304 Moo 12, Sukhumvit Road, Pattaya, Thailand

OPENING - CLOSING TIME – 10:00 AM – 11:00 PM

ENTRY FEE550 THB (for adults), 450 THB (for children)

Underwater World

Underwater World in Pattaya is a modern ocean aquarium that offers your chunks of beautiful and rich marine life of the deep sea. The park boasts of a 100 meter long, see through pedestrian tunnel passing through colourful underwater aquatic animals. Take a stroll in it and meet amazing fishes, slithering sting rays & sharks, corals and many more such 200 different species of rare creatures. This theme park has been designed on the structure similar to a large circus tent. This exciting display of sea creatures start with the ‘touch pool’ which gives the visitors a chance to closely interact and even feed some marine animals. Coral Reef Zone, Open Ocean Zone, Magic Tank and Jellyfish are other zones of this park, which offers you an opportunity to get acquainted with a variety of astounding and beautiful wonders of aquatic life.

ADDRESSBang Lamung District, Chon Buri, Along Sukhumvit Highway, South of Tesco

                    Lotus, South Pattaya, Thailand


ENTRY FEE500 THB (for adults), 300 THB (for children)

Art in Paradise

Art in Paradise is an art museum with an amazing collection of 3D paintings. These paintings, which are painted on wall with high accuracy of colour and shading, has resulted in creating stunning images. The gallery showcases over 140 fine examples of paintings that are grouped into 10 different themes e.g. The Illusion Room, The Dinosaurs Room, The Scenery Room, The Underwater World, The Waterfall Room and many more. Don’t resist your temptation for taking snapshots as you can freely click your camera here. Blend your creativity with these tricky paintings and produce extraordinary photographs. Even if you are not interested in art, the place is perfect to hang out with friends or family.

ADDRESSPattaya Soi 2 Soi 1, North Pattaya,Thailand


ENTRY FEE500 THB for foreign adults and 300 THB for foreign child

                           150 THB for Thai Citizen

Ripley’s Believe It or Not!

Visit the unique & wonderful Ripley’s Believe It Or Not and you will be like believe it or not! This is a world famed tourist attraction of Pattaya with features an array of strange, odd and shocking yet beautiful exhibits. This museum is comprised of different themed galleries like Ripley’s Haunted Adventure, Ripley’s 4D Moving Theatre, Ripley’s Infinite Maze and many more such sections. Some of the prime highlights of the place are a wax figure of a four-eyed man and a Titanic made of matchsticks!

ADDRESSRoyal Garden Plaza, 3rd Floor, Beach Road, South Pattaya, Thailand


ENTRY FEE680 THB (adults) and 580 THB (child)


Nong Nooch Tropical Garden and Cultural Village

Stretched on an area of around 2 Km square, Nong Nooch Tropical Garden is a recreational park, situated 18 Km south of Pattaya. This vast garden is divided into different parts like French garden, European Garden, Ant Tower, Butterfly Hill, Flower Valley, and Orchid & Bromeliad Display Garden. Apart from various themed and well-manicured gardens, the place features a lake, waterfalls and elephant show.  Feel yourself with nature amidst its beautiful landscapes. Don’t give a miss to its Orchid Garden, which is the largest cornucopia of rare orchid’s collection of the country.

ADDRESSSukhumvit Road (Highway 3), Pattaya, Thailand



Khao Chi Chan’s Engraved Buddha Image

Also known as Buddha Mountain, this largest image of Buddha in the world is engraved on the cliff of Khao (Mount) Chi Chan. Created in 1984, these 130 meters high and 70 meters wide art will surely make you left in awe. The scenic gardens surrounding the Buddha Mountain enhance the beauty of the place.

ADDRESSSukhumvit Road (Highway 3), Pattaya, Thailand



Wat Yansangwararam (Wat Yan)

Located on the south of Pattaya, Wat Yan is the most famous temple of the city. The temple is set on a scenic, tranquil park. It consists of several pagoda housing Buddha’s relics & lovely buildings built in Chinese, Indian or Swiss like international styles. Surrounded with fanciful garden and attractive flowers & trees, the place is ideal to meditate.

ADDRESS20 Km to the South of Pattaya, on Sukhumvit Road, Pattaya,Thailand



Pattaya Elephant Village

Located around 10 Km drive away from the Beach Road, Pattaya Elephant Village offers a great opportunity to meet the gigantic, lofty creatures – elephants. One can also enjoy here, shows and rides of elephants.

ADDRESS10 Km from Pattaya (via Sukhumvit Road), Pattaya, Thailand


SHOW’S TIME Elephant Show around 14:30 every day (takes around 90 minutes)

ENTRY FEEFor Elephant Show – 500 THB (adults) and 400 THB (child)

                            For Elephant Ride – 2000 THB (adults) and 1300 THB (child)   

Siracha Tiger Zoo

Do you want to get photographed with baby tigers? Then, grab this chance by visiting Siracha Tiger Zoo, where you can witness mother pigs feeding tiger cubs along with their own piglets. You can also enjoy watching crocodile show or an elephant ride. At Siracha Tiger Zoo, you can feed and interact with other wild animals like camels, tiger cubs, elephants etc.

ADDRESS30 Km from Pattaya, Si Racha District, Chon Buri,Thailand


ENTRY FEE450 THB (adults) and 200 THB (child)

Pattaya is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Thailand. Apart from its beaches, nightlife and other attractions of the town, one can enjoy delicious food and drinks here. There are plenty of restaurants, eateries, food joints and street side food carts, where you can find a number of things to eat. From popular Thai food to other famous international cuisines of the world like French, Indian, Chinese, English, Italian, German, Irish, Japanese and Korean are available in these eating places to tease your taste buds. First, let us know something about traditional food of the place i.e. Thai Food.

Thai Food is one of the popular cuisines of the world, which is known for its strong aroma and distinct flavour. These aroma arises from the use of a variety of spices and herbs like lime leaves, lemongrass, chilli, mint leaves, basil and ginger. Thai cuisine depends upon five main flavours – hot, sour salty, sweet and bitter. Grilling, stewing and baking are the main cooking methods used in Thai cuisine. The Chinese influence brought together frying, deep frying methods in this. Chillies, which are an integral part of Chinese cuisine, are now believed to be introduced by Portuguese. A proper Thai meal comprises a soup, a curry dish, a dip along with fish and vegetables. A dip is usually prepared from chillies, garlic, dried shrimps, sugar, fish sauce and shrimp paste. Rice is the staple food of Thai people and indispensable part of any Thai meal. Fruits form a large part of Thai cuisine and are often served as desserts. Papaya, Jackfruit, Pineapple, Mango, Rose Apples, Durian, Longan, Watermelon and Burmese apple are common fruits that can be found in Thailand. Now let’s head towards Pattaya and know something about the eating options available in the town.

Located around 150 Km southeast of Bangkok, Pattaya is a popular beach resort, which invites large number of national and international tourists. Apart from Thai Food and major international cuisine, Pattaya is widely known place to gorge on the sea food. In addition to it, you will get excellent alcoholic beverages and drinks in the place. As the town is remarkable for its nightlife, there are many pubs and resto-bars peppered in Pattaya. There are a number of places, where you can satisfy your hunger, like rooftop restaurants, air-conditioned eating joint, open air restaurants and street food joints. The entire major parts of the place – North Pattaya, South Pattaya, Central Pattaya, Walking Street and Beach Road has dense concentration of eateries, offering every type of cuisine. If you want to taste some good food in Pattaya in affordable price, then go for the street food, which constitutes a major part of all eateries. You can easily spot vendors selling egg or rice noodle soup with chicken, pork, vegetables and egg. Popular Thai food like – fried noodles with chicken, fried vegetable with or without meat, mango salad, papaya salad, mango and sticky rice can be found in these side carts. You can also have fresh, succulent fruits sold by the roadside vendors. The fruit is kept in the glasses to keep it fresh and as soon you ask the vendor for any fruit, s/he will chop it into small pieces, place it in a bag and give you.


Chonburi Buffalo Racing Festival

Being held for around 140 years, Chonburi Buffalo Racing Festival is one of a kind in the entire province. This event was started to pay honour to the buffaloes after farming. Along with buffalo race, this week – long festival features several other interesting contest like the Most Healthy Buffalo Contest, parade of Beautiful Decorated Buffalo Carts and Buffalo Fashion Contest. Other events of this fest are Miss Farmer Beauty Contest, Thai Marital Art and many more such contest.

TIME – October

VENUE – Ceremony Fields in the front of the Chonburi City Municipality Office

Loy Krathong Festival

Loy Krathong Festival is celebrated all over the nation to pay respect to the water and to seek forgiveness for polluting the ocean. In this fest the whole town get illuminated with the beauty of lit paper lanterns (to bring good fortune) and floating Krathong (a decorated basket used to float during the festival). Sport events, beauty contests, food stalls and a number of exhibitions & fireworks are other charms of this festival.

TIME – November

VENUE – Floating Market and Mabprachan Reservoir are two major places.

Pattaya Vegetarian Festival

Mainly celebrated by Chinese descendants of Thailand, Vegetarian Festival is a widely celebrated fest in many parts of the country. In this long 11 day celebration people observing the festival avoid eating meat, animal oil and sharp odour vegetables like garlic, onion, garlic chives, Chinese chives and tobacco. Several rites are performed at the Chinese Temples and provide vegetarian food. People following the festival are seen clad in white (signifying purity). The event also features a grand procession on the streets with various dangerous acts and magical performances.

TIME – October

VENUE – North Pattaya

Pattaya Carnival

The yearly held Pattaya Carnival is celebrated to promote tourism in this region. The event is slideshow of impressive parade, beauty pageant, floral floats, music performance, water sports and fireworks on the beach.

TIME – Around the beginning or end of the year

VENUE – Pattaya Pier, Bali Hai Cape, Pattaya

Pattaya Songkran Festival / Pattaya Wan Lai Festival / Songkran Flowing Day / Thai New Year / Pattaya Water Festival

Known by so many names Songkran Festival is Thai New Year and is observed on 19th April in Pattaya. This festival is a part of ritual to request for rain as the rice crops need a lot of water and it is one of the main sources of living here. For this people clean their houses, arrange family gatherings, give alms to monks and do prayers for a good luck. The main fun of the fest is seen in its water splashing part in which people, youngster, children, foreigners throw water on each other, irrespective of any acquaintance.

TIME – 19th April

VENUE – Pattaya

Pattaya Music Festival

Being celebrated for thirteen years, Pattaya International Music Festival is a grand concert, which gathers talented local & Asian Musicians and top bands. This three days, three nights event invites thousands of music lovers from Thailand and foreign. All gathering at the beach road enjoys rock, jazz, hiphop and country bands.

TIME – March

VENUE – Beach Road, Pattaya

Being a beach resort, Pattaya has end number of beach activities to offer to the travellers. Apart from taking sunbath, there are many amusing and engaging things to do in the town. Take a boat ride or banana ride, or go for snorkelling going deep in the sea. If you have enough of the beach activities, then try some indoor activity like bowling. And even after it, the adventurous inside you is not satisfied then, have a speed ride with Go Kart. These plenty of things will never let you get bored in the town.

Let’s take a look of these activities.


PARA SAILING – This is perhaps the best way to have the stunning view of the vast stretched ocean and Pattaya Bay. In this you will be lifted in the air by suspending from a bright coloured parachute and towed from a speed boat. This water activity is extremely safe and you will surely enjoy it a lot. This activity is offered at Pattaya Beach, (including Jomtien beach) and cost you around 500 THB – 600 THB.

ISLAND CRUISES – There are many Far Islands situated around Pattaya like Koh Rin, Koh Khram. An island cruise can take you to these islands, where you can indulge in snorkelling, take a stroll to these uninhabited  islands, feed your lungs with some fresh air or just let the sea breeze touch your face. Although, these islands are located at a considerable distance from the town and will cost you minimum 3000 THB per person.

SCUBA DIVING – The near and far islands of Pattaya are treasure trove of striking coral reefs. This gives good opportunity for divers to explore the depth of the sea. There are many dive centres available in the town, which offer this exciting water sport of scuba diving.


WATER PARKS – There are around a dozen of water parks spread in Pattaya like Cartoon Network Amazone Waterpark, Ramayana Water Park, Pattaya Park Water
World and Splash Down Water Park. With numerous exciting water rides and engaging activities you can spend a fun filled day with friends or family.

GO KARTING – There are a number of Go Kart Tracks near to Bali Hai Pier, where you can have some high speed rides. With a variety of choices, safety equipment and proper guarding you can enjoy kart race.

ADDRESS – South Pattaya, at the end of Walking Street, Bali Hai Pier, Pattaya

TIMINGS – 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

BOWLING – Located in the third floor of P.S. Plaza, there is the largest bowling centre of Eastern Region in Thailand provided with an international standard of 32 lanes. The other facilities with which the centre is equipped are – spa, café and restaurant.

ADDRESS – Third Floor, P. S. Plaza, Junction of Central Pattaya Road and Second Road

MASSAGE – Thai massage is world-wide known for their soothing & healing capacity. Inspired from ancient Indian Ayurvedic Tradition, these massages are a source of extreme relief. There are endless massage parlours and spa centres; you will come across in every corner of the town. You can give your muscles a comforting experience by having massage.

Although a small beach side resort, Pattaya will not disappoint you in terms of shopping. The place offers wide options of worth buying items as well as shopping grounds to fulfil your shopping hunt. Apart from the main market and shopping malls of Pattaya, you will come across many roadside stalls on the beach road selling a number of miscellaneous things like decorative items, souvenirs, wall hangings, handicraft, ceramics, Buddhist art and a lot more.

Let’s know about the major markets of the place.

Floating Market

Apart from being a great attraction, Pattaya Floating Market is also a major shopping centre. You can purchase here some awesome traditional products like Thai silk, wooden handmade bags, paper handicrafts, textiles, sculpture, gifts and souvenirs. You can also gorge on some of the tasty traditional Thai food and dessert.

ADDRESS451/304 Moo 12, Sukhumvit Road, Pattaya, Thailand

OPENING - CLOSING TIME – 10:00 AM – 11:00 PM

SHOP FOR – Traditional Thai Items


Mimosa is a recreation of the French city of Colmar. This colourful place is known for its Renaissance era like buildings, canals, musical water fountain and cabaret show. There are numerous shops in this place, where you can find a stock of clothes, handicrafts, jewellery, souvenirs and much more.

ADDRESS28/19-20, Sukhumvit Road, Chon Buri, Pattaya, Thailand

OPENING - CLOSING TIME – 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM

SHOP FOR – Anything you like


Pattaya has a number of large shopping malls, which offers a number of choices of branded apparels, jewellery, footwear and dining options. Some of the famous malls of the place are:

  • Central Festival Pattaya

ADDRESSBeach Road, Pattaya, Thailand


  • Royal Garden Plaza

ADDRESSSouth Pattaya, Thailand

OPENING - CLOSING TIME – 10:30 AM – 11:00 PM

  • Outlet Mall

ADDRESSJomtein, Pattaya, Thailand

OPENING - CLOSING TIME – 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM

Pattaya – the famous beach town has more than hundreds of options, when it comes to look for a fine staying place. No matter, whether you are a beach lover, party goer, business traveller, shopper or adventure enthusiast; the place has wide variety of staying choices to welcome you. From lavish five star villas to budget hotels, there is room suiting to each and every wallet.

Before deciding, where to stay in Pattaya, first let’s known about the major parts of the town which are close to the main tourist spots of the place. Although you will find hotels in every nook and corner of the town but the major attractions of the place see a dense concentration of hotels, resorts, budget hotels and other staying options. And also some areas are very less affected with any tourist activities, so it is advisable to wisely choose any stopover place.

Pattaya is roughly (unofficially) divided into – North Pattaya Beach, Central Pattaya, South Pattaya, Walking Street, Jomtien Beach area and Soi Buakhao & Soi LK. There are two main roads in Pattaya; you will come while heading to anywhere. First is Beach Road which starts from north end to south end of Pattaya, running parallel to the beach. And second is the central road which runs parallel to the Beach Road, conveying traffic northwards. Together they form a circuit of the roads, where all the other sois (lanes and alleys) meet these two roads.

NORTH PATTAYA BEACH – It is the northern and quieter end of the Pattaya Beach. Although, this part does not have a lot of tourists spots but is a pleasant ground to explore the rest of the town. This region contains some of the best hotels and resort overlooking the seaside. In addition to it this part of the town will offer you a peaceful corner, away from din & bustle, where you can enjoy taking a stroll on the beach. The other attractions of the town are not very far from this place, so you can reach there any time you want to.

CENTRAL PATTAYA – This part of the beach holds clusters of hotels, bars, restaurants and shopping places. This is the most popular part of the beach and also near to several nightlife areas. In addition to it, the Beach Road and other sois (roads & lanes) see a busy traffic. Central Pattaya is also home to several older and cheaper hotels. Plenty of local bars and relatively low-priced boozes than Walking Street make this region a great choice to stay for party lovers.

PATTAYA’S WALKING STREET – This is the nightlife hub of the town and staying in this area will give you a quick access to this popular spot. Beside this, it is also in the close proximity of shopping places, beaches, a number of bars & eateries. The Royal Garden Shopping and entertainment complex which houses many fine shops, restaurants, KFC, McDonalds, Burger King and Ripley’s Believe It or Not entertainment; is situated a few minutes walking distance from this zone. It is also easy to access North Pattaya or Jomtien Beach from here.

JOMTIEN BEACH – It is quiet beach on the southern end of Pattaya, on a short distance after the Pattaya Hill. This calm & quiet area has many shops, restaurants and bars lining the beach road. If you want a peaceful retreat, then this sleepy zone is perfect for you. Apart from enjoying beachside activity, you can easily access Walking Street, which is at a 15 ride away from here.

SOI BUAKHAO AND SOI LK – This area, which is often ignored by many tourists, is known to shelter some of the good budget hotels of the place. The place is peppered with many accommodating place, eating joints, and bars and is a preferred area for regular visitors. Sandwiched between the central and the south part of the town, this area gives an easy access to all attractions of the place.

Pattaya – one of the popular beachside resort of Thailand is located around 150 Km from Bangkok. As it is one of the frequently approached destinations by tourists, it is well connected to Bangkok and other major parts of the country by flight, train and road.

Reaching Pattaya by Air

U- Tapao is the nearest airport to Pattaya, located 35 Km away from Pattaya. It offers limited connectivity to a few destinations. The major airport near to the place is Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok. Located around 130 Km from Pattaya, this is an international airport, which is well linked to most international and domestic airlines. From airport Pattaya can be easily reached by taking a bus, mini-van or taxi.

Reaching Pattaya by Road

Pattaya is well connected to Bangkok with Highway 7 and Highway 3 (Bangna – Chonburi route). Most of the buses to Pattaya ply frequently from the Eastern Bus Terminal - Ekamai (located adjacent to the Ekamai Skytrain stop) of Bangkok. Some buses are also available from Easter Bus Terminal – Mo Chit. Direct bus facilities are also available at every hour from the Suvarnabhumi Airport (Airport’s Transport Centre - ground floor).

Reaching Pattaya by Train

A daily train service is available between the main train station of Pattaya and Hualamphong Station of Bangkok. Although not a very luxurious choice, it offers the economical way to reach the beach town. Tickets can be directly purchased at the station.

Getting Around the Town

You can roam around the city by taking bus / taxi / tuk-tuk. The most convenient and easily available public transport in Pattaya is Songthaew and tuk-tuk. It is a kind of open mini-van, which runs on all corners of Pattaya. This offers very reasonable mode to explore the town costing between 5 THB to 30 THB. Having holding capacity of ten people, one ride will cost you from 5 to 30 THB.

A local bus named Beach Bus runs in the main circuit of Pattaya, which covers several main attractions of the place like Beach Road, Jomtien Beach etc. Taxis are also available in the town, although it will be a bit costlier. It is advisable to negotiate before hiring a taxi.

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