Location : Pattaya, Thailand
Hi everyone, how's your days so far ? i hope you guys always have an amazing days. Here i come with my last post from our vacation in Pattaya, Thailand last week. I've been posted our day by day moments from the vacation. In our Day 7, there was nothing to do, because this is the time when we heading back to our country. As i promised you guys that in this Day 7 post, i'll tell you a bit about Pattaya. Enjoy it !
Pattaya is a city in Thailand, located about 147 kilometers southeast of Bangkok facing the Gulf of Thailand, which is one of the premier tourist destination in Asia whose beaches are very attractive for visitors with families, couples or singles.
Pattaya's relaxing tropical ambience offers every ingredient for memorable holidays. Accommodation ranges from luxurious hotels with superb convention facilities to simple guesthouses. There is a plenty of sporting opportunities both on land and water including golfing, game fishing and scuba-diving. Theme and amusement parks, offbeat museums and botanical gardens offer a variety of leisure activities and entertainment for all family members.
As i told you before that this city has the incredible night life, so that's why i called Pattaya as a never sleep city. This city is beautiful at the day and it become even more beautiful and shinning at the night ( especially for the people who like party & nightlife ).
The Walking Walking Street, is an entertainment area that has 100 beer bars, more than 30 go-go bars, sport bars, discos, cabaret shows, massage parlors, and a wide range of ethnic restaurants as well as seafood line up in the main street and many more in the side-Soi leading towards Pratamnak Road. It starts from the south end of Beach Road to Bali Hai Pier. The street is free from vehicles from 06.00 pm. - 02.00 am. The legal closing time is 02.00 am.
Spa and massage should be on 'to do list' when visiting Thailand. Pattaya is one of the destinations that cater a various types of massage and spa. Treatments range from one-hour to a full day and it can be tailored to focus on one area or to be more holistic at competitive prices. Whether you prefer luxurious atmosphere in a hotel, in garden settings, beachfront surroundings or just modest massage shops, Pattaya has all to offer.
If you like culinary ( who doesn't ), you can click HERE and find out more what is your favourite.
Most Visited Places :
- Art in Paradise
- The Sanctuary of Truth (Prasat Satchatham)
- Pattaya Floating Market
- Wat Phra Yai (Big Buddha Hill)
- Nong Nooch Garden
- Sri Racha Tiger Zoo
- Pattaya Elephant Village
- Khao Kheow Open Zoo
- The Million-Year Stone Park and Crocodile Farm
- Underwater World Pattaya
- Ripley's Believe It Or Not
- Mini Siam
Top Sport & Activities
- Bungee Jumping
- Go Karts
- Golf Course
- Muay Thai
- Scuba diving
If Bangkok has its traditional transportation called "TUK-TUK" ( a three-wheel motorcycles with attached passenger cabins in the back ), Pattaya has no Tuk-Tuk at all but "Baht-Bus" ( called so because in the past, a Bath-bus ride used to cost one Baht only ) a pick-up trucks with two rows of passengers seats in a covered overhead back cabin. Baht-buses can carry up to 10 or more passengers and usually drive around Pattaya in designated circuits, charging flat rates starting at 10 Baht for short-distance rides. We loves to ride with Baht-busses to go around the city. My boys always call it Tuk-Tuk ! haha..
Shabushi is the place we most often visited for having lunch or dinner in Pattaya. It is an all you can eat restaurant located in the central festival mall and serves Japanese food. Sabushi means shabu shabu and sushi. I think the food is mediocre, but my children love it. They like to cook by themselves before eating, feels like playing "cooking game" :))
Time passed very quickly, vacation time is up, and we finally back to our country. We'll see you again Pattaya, Bangkok, Thailand !
Thanks so much for reading & wish you all a fabulous day !
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