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Hotels in Pattaya
The fun and vibrant city of Pattaya is the place to be if you're looking to enjoy incredible weather, sandy beaches, water sports and unbeaSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION nightlife on Thailand's coast. As one of the most popular beach resorts in the country, you can be sure there'll always be something going on. The range of accommodation options is also impressive, so if you're searching for Pattaya hotels ahead of your trip, be sure to take a look at the varied selection here on the website.
Sun, sea and sand
Pattaya's beautiful stretches of pristine sand, clean waters and the fact it lies just 150km from the bustling metropolis of Bangkok, help to attract a large number of holidaymakers every year.
Pattaya Beach is a 4km stretch of sandy coastline, fringed by palm trees that run the length of Pattaya Beach Road. The promenade is lined with cafés, bars and shops, while the beach itself is always buzzing. Jomtien Beach, to the south of the city, offers a more peaceful atmosphere, although there are still plenty of shops and restaurants to enjoy nearby.
A holiday to Pattaya certainly doesn't have to be all about relaxing on the beach and taking things easy. You'll find plenty of opportunities to try out new water sports, from windsurfing and jet skiing to yachting and parasailing. Take a ride on one of the banana boats that zoom along the shoreline if you're in the mood for a real adrenaline rush.
Away from the water there's lots going on throughout the day and night. Pattaya Floating Market has in excess of 100 shops and vendors who sell their wares from boats. Central Festival is Pattaya's major indoor shopping destination, or if it's entertainment you're looking for, be sure to catch one of the many cabaret shows in the area.
The Teddy Bear Museum will be a big hit with any young children, while nearby Art in Paradise, a 3D interactive gallery, is also well worth a look. Pattaya Park is the place to head for when you're ready to cool off and enjoy the thrills and spills on offer at the city's water park.
Eating and drinking
From snack bars to floating restaurants, Pattaya has it all. The city's floating market is a great place to find cheap, authentic Thai food on the move. Perhaps sample a local pad thai (stir-fried rice noodles) dish, followed by kanom krok (coconut cake).
Cafe des Amis is highly rated for its steaks and French-inspired dishes, and the restaurant also has an exceptionally well-stocked bar, with more than 160 types of spirits and liqueurs available. Moonlight Fine Dining offers a varied European menu, while MAYs Urban Thai Dine is known for its refined Thai street food.
The city's renowned nightlife scene and reputation as a party destination is what draws a large number of visitors to Pattaya. The south of the city has the highest concentration of bars, discos and shows and Walking Street is where you'll find a huge array of venues. The Blues Factory is known as a top spot for live music, while Marine Disco is the place to go if you want to dance through until the early hours.
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