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Posted by admin on 2024-02-28

Just under half an hour from Sabai Village you find the resort of Pattaya.

Pattaya, ‘the wind that blows from the south-west to the north-east at the beginning of the rainy season’, is both a city and the country’s main seaside resort. The city’s convenience of international luxury hotels and great selection of entertainment is paired with an almost endless range of holiday activities. With just over 100,000 inhabitants, the city receives approximately 6 million visitors from all over the world per year.

Pattaya is the perfect playground for children of all ages. Pleasure-filled and cheap shopping, fantastic golf, countless restaurants, markets, gardens, architectural sights, museums and not least a hard-to-beat pulsating nightlife.

Hospital. Here are first-class hospitals such as Pattaya International Hospital and Bangkok Hospital Pattaya.

Water sports. In Pattaya there is an active leisure life with many different opportunities. Here you can try sea fishing, sailing, water skiing and parasailing. Nearby Jomtien or Wong Amat Beach in Naklua have nice beaches for those who love to swim. Jomtien is also known for perfect conditions for windsurfing. Pattaya Beach is more lying in sunbeds, jet skis and walking paths. But if you want a real paradise beach, you have to take the boat out to the islands outside. For those keen on diving, all equipment is available for hire and knowledgeable instructors give lessons if needed.

The port. From the port in Pattaya you can take a boat trip to Koh Larn, a coral island with crystal clear water where you can stay overnight in a bungalow.

Sports. Tennis and golf are popular sports. There are good bowling alleys, large billiard halls and shooting ranges, even for archery.

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‘Underwater World’ is a large indoor aquarium. There is also a monkey training center and international snake show. The city has several amusement parks and museums, which, like temples and giant Buddha statues, attract large crowds. Ripley’s Believe It Or Not Museum with its newly inaugurated wax cabinet is perhaps the most popular.

Restaurants. The choice of restaurants in Pattaya is huge. There are a number of domestic and international restaurants here that maintain a very high standard. Without moving very much, you can travel between several continents, but of course don’t miss the authentic Thai food. Mooma Roi and PIC Kitchen are the best places to have Thai dinner. You can go to Mantra or Casa Pascal to taste Indian, French or Italian food. CafĂ© New Orleans and Mata Hari are the best places for American and European food. If you want to eat Swedish, many go to Beefater, which serves a varied menu and good meat.

Shopping. Outside of Bangkok, Pattaya offers Thailand’s absolute best and cheapest shopping. Newly opened Central Festival Beach is Asia’s largest resort mall and has made Pattaya even more attractive and glamorous. The city has several shopping centers and lots of small shops. Here is also the world’s largest jeweler’s shop, which is also very reasonably priced. Several centers have cinemas, cafes and restaurants for a break between shopping. There are a number of well-known international store chains here.

Nightlife is admittedly fun and fast-paced. Cabarets compete with Thai boxing, karaoke bars and surprisingly good live band venues. Here you can find discos in different sizes and with varying styles of music. Scores of beer bars line the promenade. On Walking Street, all kinds of nationalities crowd among go-go bars, Indian tailors and oozing street stalls. In short: Nothing is missing in this resort.

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