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It’s a city located on Thailand’s eastern coast, around 170 km from Bangkok, and one of the world’s most popular beach resorts. Pattaya attracts all kinds of vacationers, impresses with its skyscrapers, comfortable hotels, sun, sea, and a wild nightlife.

During recent years, both the visitors and locals began calling it a true Sin City. Classic holiday tourism here has become intertwined with party rampage. Given that Pattaya’s beach stretches in parallel with the city centre, you can forget about idyllic peace and quiet.

The Walking Street is probably the most famous street in Pattaya. No cars are allowed here during the night – the street becomes filled tourists looking for entertainment, which they find in the many pubs, discos, strip clubs and other night clubs.

Holiday Nights Pattaya City twilight time
Photo taken by 123rf.com.  Holiday Nights Pattaya City twilight time

Pattaya is one of Thailand’s first resorts, which began to be developed in 1960. Since then, its beaches have moved further away from the noisy centre. Those after quite rest choose the North Pattaya and Jomtien beaches. They’re more peaceful and more suitable for families and water sports enthusiasts. Due to its luxurious buildings, North Pattaya is also called the Little Bangkok.

Tourists sailing on the boat in Pattaya floating market
Photo taken by 123rf.com.  Tourists sailing on the boat in Pattaya floating market

While in the city, make sure to visit the market on water. Here you’ll find various fruit, vegetables, utensils and souvenirs from Thailand’s individual regions. The boats that navigate the canals and flog their wares will let you experience the true spirit of Asia.

Pattaya is full of Thai restaurants and inns. Here you can try exotic fruit, some seemingly inedible creatures, and also traditional dishes.

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