5 All-Time Favorite Pattaya Tourist Spots

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Category: Attractions Get Inspired Thailand

Although known for its glittering nightlife and party that never ends, one of Thailand’s most popular beach destinations, Pattaya has a lot more to offer. The island is vibrant and full of life, drawing local tourists and expatriates from all over the world to settle in the island, which US soldiers first unearthed during the Vietnam War. Expect to be spoiled for choices, from delving into an adventurous water sport or soaking in the sun at a secluded island. The city leaves no stone unturned to let you experience an unparalleled appreciation of simple pleasure in life.

Travelodge Hotels Asia’s list of attractions in Pattaya highlights the amazing variety of attractions you can find on the island, with many simply unique and unequalled!


 

Pattaya Floating Market

Covering an area of 100,000 sqm, the Four Regions Floating Market boasts 114 shops and water vendors selling authentic Thai food, desserts, and specialties from all around Thailand. Expect to find a horde of eateries, fruit stalls, souvenir shops, and art galleries. Food highlights include noodle soups, pad thai (stir-fried rice noodles), kanom jean (rice vermicelli) with different kinds of curries, ka nom krok (coconut pancake), thong yip (sweet egg yolk), and more.

There is also a cultural show every afternoon. For a floating market experience, hire a man-powered boat to get around and discover the richness of the surrounding Thai architecture and riverside life. Typically, the boat is big enough for four people and can be hired for a small fee.

Tips: Make sure to confirm with the boat person whether they will tour you to all the four regions of the market.

The Sanctuary of Truth

Drawing tourists and Thais alike, Pattaya Walking Street is one of Thailand’s biggest and busiest party hotspots and possibly the world. A full kilometre from its high-tech gateway at the Beach Road ends to the Bali Hai Plaza end, nearly every building along here is a nightclub, go-go bar, beer bar, or restaurant. The sheer volume and variety of nightlife entertainment will cater to those looking for a night of fun. Sit ringside and cheer with the crowds at a local boxing match or dance the night away in one of the many nightclubs. With hundreds of venues to choose from this neon-drenched street, you will still discover new joints every evening, even if you stay here for a week.

Entertainment aside, there are a plethora of street carts offering bizarre delicacies such as silkworms and fried grasshoppers for the daring foodie.

Tips: Avoid carrying valuables and be careful whenever you pull out your wallet to make payments as pickpockets are around

Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden

Nongnooch garden opened to the public in 1980, and added to the garden was a daily Thai cultural show and elephant show within the theater. Today the garden is one of the most popular attractions of Thailand and a center of world botanical significance under the concept “a garden for all people of this world.”

Presently, Nongnooch garden is a very popular tourist attraction that welcomes tourists from all over the world. More than 5,000 people visit each day, and the garden has also been recognised as one of the top ten most beautiful gardens in the world. It is rated highly by global websites and has received numerous honors and awards.

Tips: Have an umbrella with you if the weather becomes too hot and raining!

Pattaya Beach

Pattaya Beach lies parallel to the city centre, and runs from Pattaya Nuea south to Walking Street, about 3 km crescent long. There’s so much more than just sand and sea in the area – in fact, that’s not even the star attraction. The area is home to a huge number of water sports such as speedboats, parasailing, jet skis, as well as diving boats.

Tips: Head over to the north side of the beach if you prefer quieter area to chill.

Pattaya Walking Street

Drawing tourists and Thais alike, Pattaya Walking Street is one of Thailand’s biggest and busiest party hotspots and possibly the world. A full kilometre from its high-tech gateway at the Beach Road ends to the Bali Hai Plaza end, nearly every building along here is a nightclub, go-go bar, beer bar, or restaurant. The sheer volume and variety of nightlife entertainment will cater to those looking for a night of fun. Sit ringside and cheer with the crowds at a local boxing match or dance the night away in one of the many nightclubs. With hundreds of venues to choose from this neon-drenched street, you will still discover new joints every evening, even if you stay here for a week.

Entertainment aside, there are a plethora of street carts offering bizarre delicacies such as silkworms and fried grasshoppers for the daring foodie.

Tips: Avoid carrying valuables and be careful whenever you pull out your wallet to make payments as pickpockets are around.


Discover the best of Pattaya with the best offer from Travelodge Hotels Asia at https://www.travelodgehotels.asia/travelodge-pattaya/ 

TLA Admin

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