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Where to stay in Pattaya

Written by admin on January 7th, 2014. Posted in Where to stay in Pattaya

Pattaya

Pattaya is one of the most popular destinations among tourists from all over the world. An easy
journey from Bangkok, it takes just about 40 minutes driving from Suvarnabhumi Airport to Pattaya.
There is a road alongside the beach, surrounded by hotels, restaurants, and entertainment opportunities.
The island located not too far from Pattaya, Koh Lan, is well known for its beautiful coral.

For accommodation choices, Pattaya can be divided into four main areas: North, Central, South, and Jomtien Beach. Different styles are available – hotels, resorts or guest houses – varying by quality, taste, and budget. Accommodations in North Pattaya and Jomtien Beach have a nice quiet atmosphere. This is the best choice for a family or someone who prefers privacy. For the party-goers who love entertainment every day and night, the accommodations in Central and South Pattaya are recommended. There are many hotels, especially on Pattaya Beach Road and Pattaya 2nd Road.

Pattaya Beach also features many leading world-class chain hotels such as Sheraton, Marriott, and Best Western.

For your convenience in searching on ModernThailand.com, we have arranged our hotel options according to the four areas as mentioned above. If you have any questions, just talk with us via our Live Help System, or send email to reservation@discount-thailand-hotels.net. We’re glad to help, – and you do not have to be our customer.

Pattaya Travel Guide

Written by admin on January 7th, 2014. Posted in Pattaya

Pattaya, a small city in Chonburi Province, is an international play ground of renown, located on the east coast of the gulf of Thailand and facing a wide bay. Pattaya has the rare distinction of being both a beach destination and a full fledged city. This near paradoxical status ensures the creature comforts and entertainment facilities of a major metropolis plus all the delights of sun, sea and sand. Such is the variety, Pattaya offers that it is ideal for all kinds of visitors.

Accommodation in Pattaya ranges from luxuriously appointed beach side hotels with superb convention facilities to simple guesthouses. Sporting opportunities abound both on land and water including some of the finest golfing, fishing game and scuba diving anywhere in Asia. After dark, Pattaya offers all the magic of truly vibrant night life with spectacular varieties of restaurants, nightclubs, bars, discotheques, cock-tail lounges and cabarets.

Pattaya is literally a place where East meets West, both in colour and character and is probably the most cosmopolitan place in Thailand next to Bangkok.

 

Attractions in Pattaya

Beaches & Islands

Beaches
Pattaya Beach, Jomtien Beach, Wong Prachan Beach

Koh Larn & Koh Phai
If the beaches are not enough, then you can enjoy idyllic cruises to various offshore islands. Nearest to Pattayais Coral Island (Koh Larn), just a 45 minute boat ride away, where there are full facilities. 
 Sporting Opportunities

Sporting Opportunities

There are ample provisions for all kinds of watersports and land sports. Not only is all the necessary equipment available, there is also expert instruction.

Watersports
Water Skiing, Windsurfing, Sailing, Game Fishing, Scuba Diving, Parasailing

Land Sports
Golf, Go-Karts, Paintball, Motor Racing, Shooting, Horse Riding 
 

Out off Pattaya City Attractions

Pattaya is just a part of Chonburi province. Let’s see what’s cool in other parts of this province.

Sattahip District
Nongnooch Tropical Garden, Yan Sangwararam Temple

Bang Saen Beach
A famous beach that has enjoyed lasting popularity.

Sri Racha District
Sri Racha Tiger Zoo, Koh Loy, Khao Kiew Open Zoo

Koh Si-Chang
A large island about 12 kilometers from Sri Racha shore attracts visitors with its beautiful nature, tranquil atmosphere, and fresh air.
 

Parks, Museums, Zoos and Others

Pattaya Elephant Village, Mini Siam, Million Years Stone Park, Crocodile Farm, Water Park, Bottle Art Museum, Ripley’s Believe It or Not
Details 
Elephant.