Pattaya travel and nightlife guide - hotels reservation
Thailand’s sexiest city is just an hour from Bangkok Airport and was the region’s original tourist town. With its sunny beaches, endless activities and comfy hotels, Pattaya attracts punters, package tourists and family weekenders alike. Golfing, amusement parks, lovely offshore islands and, of course, its naughty nightlife are all bundled into one exciting package.
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It’s what Pattaya is famous for, with eye-popping go go shows, lively discos, bars full of friendly females, but also great restaurants and relaxing cocktail bars…click and read more
There’s a surprising amount to get you off your sun lounger, from Koh Larn’s gorgeous beaches to mini-Siam, The Sanctuary of Truth and Tiger Park… click and read more
Pattaya has one of the largest selections of hotels in Thailand, many with seaviews or on the beachfront, here’s a list of establishments that don’t ask questions… click and read more
It’s no secret, Pattaya thrives on its reputation for satisfying lonely men, with endless go go joints, beer bars, massage parlours and friendly girls eager to please…click and find good deals
Pattaya might seem like a seedy bachelors paradise but it’s much more than that, appealing to weekenders from Bangkok and popular with Russian package tourists. Like the rest of Thailand, its hotels offer that famous Thai hospitality with some exceptional beachfront hotels and spas, and some of the best value seaside resorts in the country. Of course you need to be selective; Naklua is good for family hotels and couples, while hotels near Beach Road are best for night owls looking for companions. Over at Jomtien you’ll find the Russians, but wherever you stay the food and beverage is great value and always served with a cute smile. Choose from 160 hotel deals we’ve handpicked for you from Agoda.
Pattaya travel highlights
Pattaya’s attractions are equally popular by day or night with quite a few day trips worth making. The lengthy beaches at Pattaya Bay and Jomtien are sunnier, softer and more relaxing than back home, complete with beer vendors and deckchairs. And offshore Koh Larn is perfect for those seeking a tropical paradise. Then there’s the amusement parks of Mini Siam, Nong Nooch Gardens, The Waterpark and Tiger Zoo, even the Sanctuary of Truth adds a remarkable touch of culture. But many find the nightlife the real highlight, centred around the go go bars and discos of Walking Street or the quieter beers bars in lanes off Beach Road. And let’s not forget the lovely ladies, which is what draws many to Pattaya!
Pattaya's international bar scene
City authorities claim there are up to 1,000 pubs and bars in Pattaya. The bars are in specific zones and roads with Walking Street the most famous and followed closely by Beach Road and Second Road. There are more than a few bars on the lanes (sois) leading between the two roads. Another central location with lots of bars and entertainment venues is the three interlinked sois of Soi Buakhao, Soi LK Metro and Soi Diana. …more