Often referred to as ‘the city that never sleeps’, Pattaya is famous for its nightlife, walking street, and beautiful beaches. Traveling from Bangkok to Pattaya is relatively easy and takes less than 2 hours. The ease of transportation means that you’ll have more time to enjoy your beach activities, shopping, and Pattaya sightseeing. Pattaya is a favorite spot for many tourists and an equally popular retirement destination for foreigners.
To the south-east of Bangkok is Pattaya. This city is famous for its tourist industry and has become an attractive retirement destination for many foreigners. The lovely weather, beaches, and nightlife make this city a favorite spot for many tourists. Tourists can partake in assorted activities from parasailing, jet skiing, and banana boat ride. Pattaya is known for its nightlife, bars, and live shows that incorporate traditional entertainment and modern extravaganza. Pattaya Floating Market is divided into four sections with wooden houses and over 114 shops. Walking through this market can take you back in time and allows you to experience the riverside lifestyle of the olden days. Apart from the beaches and shopping locations, there are also many different kinds of museums in Pattaya ranging from the adorable Teddy Bear Museum for children, the Gem Gallery for jewelry lovers, and Louis Tussaud’s Waxwork. Then there are the bizarre museums such as the 3D Trickeye Art Museum and Ripley’s Believe it or Not. Have your cameras ready! When the sun goes down, the city streets turn into a busy shopping arena with bright lights, music, nightclubs, and variety of cuisine from all over the world. There are many places to visit in Pattaya, but if you have limited time, Pattaya offers many one-day as well as half-day tours which cover different attractions of the city.