Pattaya Tourism

A couple of hours drive from Bangkok brings you to Pattaya, a virtual paradise for those looking for a great vacation away from the stress of everyday life. Pattaya tourism brings you beachside fun coupled with entertainment of all sorts, great shopping deals and some really lip-smacking food. You really couldn’t ask for more. 

Pattaya has two other beaches as well – Jomtien and Naklua. Both of these are characterised by the more serene atmosphere compared to the noisier Pattaya beaches. These are in fact better for families who want to enjoy the seaside and stay away from the beach hopping crowds. 

A Pattaya tour would be incomplete without a visit to the Walking Street, which has a definite adult vibe about it with its bars and loud music. However, Pattaya tourism is all this and much more. There are a number of activities here for families with children as well, so a vacation to Pattaya can indeed be a whole lot of fun for everyone. 

Geography of Pattaya

Located on Thailand’s east coast, Pattaya is 150 km away from Bangkok. The city has a magnificent coastline which gives it the beautiful beaches. Pattaya is well-connected to Bangkok in the North and Chanthaburi in the South through the Sukhumvit Highway. 

Pattaya Climate

The climate in Pattaya is typically tropical but even then, it has three seasons. The pleasant weather is during their ‘winter’ which is in the months of November to February. The heat is manageable, and the humidity is barely noticeable. This is when most tourists flock to Pattaya.

From March to June is the summer which is rather hot and extremely humid, making it sticky and uncomfortable to be in the city. Rains sometimes begin in May, but the actual rainy season is during September and can last till October and the humidity is still high. Pattaya tourism really takes off in the winter months of November and December.

Places to see in Pattaya

There are lots of things to do in Pattaya and plenty of places to see. While Pattaya hasn’t been able to completely distance itself from its seamy reputation, today there are several hotels and resorts that are actually geared towards ensuring that families have a great time here. A Pattaya tour however typically does include some of the following places.

Water Parks in Pattaya

If the beachside is too crowded for your liking, then a visit to one of the many water parks should meet your needs. Thailand’s largest water park, Ramayana Water Park is in Pattaya and has excellent water slides and water park activities that will keep you occupied for a long time.

Another water park that is bound to bring smiles on the faces of the little ones is the Cartoon Network Amazone Waterpark which is a theme park and has live performances by well-known characters from the Cartoon Network. 

Parasailing in Pattaya

It’s an adventure like no other! Enthusiasts who love an adrenaline rush will find themselves parasailing over the blue waters and feeling the wind ruffle their hair as they sail above the boats.

It is a common sight to see colourful parasails bobbing gently in the air while sometimes boat drivers allow the parasails to dip into the water before speeding up and letting them rocket back into the sky. If you love thrills and chills, this should definitely be a part of your Pattaya tour. 

Ripley’s Believe it or Not

A fascinating experience indeed! Ripley’s Believe it or Not brings you a number of unusual sights that will even shock you as you take the tour. There’s also a 12D moving theatre, a wax museum and plenty of fun rides. 

Pattaya Tour

Pattaya tourism would be incomplete without a mention of the stunning cabaret shows that are a unique view into the performing arts culture in the city. Whether it’s Tiffany’s Cabaret show or Alcazar, you are sure to leave the theatre, stunned and captivated by the elegant and beautiful performances. 

Pattaya also offers some spectacular views from the Pattaya viewpoint, a spot that is often hounded by tourists and vendors alike. Yet, if you’re patient, you could still catch a glimpse of the city once the tour buses leave, so you can enjoy your moment in peace. 

A Pattaya tour cannot happen without mention of the delicious food that is available here. Whether it is the fresh seafood, or the tongue-tingling Som Tum, spicy papaya salad, or the famed Tom Yum Goong, the rich seafood soup in a coconut base, your taste buds will be spoilt for choice. There are several options to eat – street vendors offering you tasty morsels from their stalls or award-winning restaurants where you can sit back and relax. 

Language Spoken

Thai, English

Currency used:

Thai Baht

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Pattaya Tourism Tips

To ensure that your Pattaya tourism experience is perfect, do follow the do’s and don’ts mentioned below. 

Do’s

  • Try to avoid getting angry even if you feel the situation warrants it.
  • Ensure you bargain properly when you are shopping in the local markets. Vendors expect you to bargain. 

Don’ts

  • Don’t attempt to buy illegal drugs in the city.
  • Don’t point at anything or anyone as this is considered rude.
  • Don’t touch or directly pass anything to a monk if you’re a lady as monks are not allowed to touch women. 

A trip to Pattaya will cure you of the blues and have you feeling ready to take on the world once more. Beach hopping or partying, whatever your plans, you can be sure that in Pattaya, you will truly feel in the spirit of a holiday. 

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