Pattaya - Page 2
Pattaya has more than 340 hotels with a total of 23,000 rooms, and the visitor can choose from 5 star luxury to a simple room with fan.
Royal Garden Resort
Summer Place Hotel
Siam Bayshore Resort
One of Pattaya's original and most distinctive resorts, Siam Bayshore Resort comprises 12 four-storey wings connected by covered walkways, secluded amidst 20 acres of beautifully landscaped tropical gardens.
Siam Bayview Hotel
Food and Drink
There are hundreds of restaurants to choose from with cuisine from almost every continent, and Western visitors seeking their favourite fast food will not be disappointed.
Patrick's Belgian Restaurant
Pattaya bay has its own beach which has become much cleaner over the past year. Most visitors prefer the nearby Jomtien beach which is a short bus ride from the centre of Pattaya. Wind surfing, para-sailing, water scooters, and swimming are some of the more energetic activities on offer, or you may prefer a relaxing massage. Food and drink can be ordered from nearby vendors.
Pattaya has no shortage of night life and you will find many bars and discos which stay open until the early hours. South Pattaya has a mixture of open air bars, Go Go bars, restaurants and shops. It is closed to traffic from 7pm on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, and is a good place to start if you are in the mood for a little bar hopping.
There are several shopping malls in the centre of Pattaya, plus two super centres which sell everything from instant noodles to TV sets. Beach Road and south Pattaya has many shops where you can buy clothing, jewellery, leather goods, paintings, bronze ware and a host of other things. Don't be afraid to bargain at these shops it's all part of the fun. Every Sunday there is an excellent market at Naklua, just north of Pattaya city.
If the kids get bored with the hotel pool you should have no trouble finding something to keep them occupied. The shopping plaza in central Pattaya has several attractions which children should enjoy, then there is a water park near Jomtien beach, go-karting, paintball, and......
Boats leave every morning for day trips to one of the coral islands, or you can take a short ride down the coast to Ban Pha and hop on the ferry to Koh Samet. Sattahip and Rayong are within easy reach.
Many larger hotels have tennis courts and fitness centres. You could try a spot of sea fishing, or spend a day at a fishing park. Scuba diving offers a chance to the visit the fish at home, and tuition by qualified instructors is available if required.
Shooting, bowling, snooker, darts , squash, badminton, bungee jumping, karting and golf are some of the other sports available.
Balloon flights in Pattaya are a "once in a lifetime" experience and a through highlight to any vacation in Thailand.
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