The perfect Thailand holiday destination for those who like to ‘do’ on their dream getaway, the lively city of Pattaya thrives with endless activities and exhilarating nightlife.
A fabulous family-friendly destination with its myriad of superb resorts and miles of pleasant golden sand beaches, Pattaya also entices with its wide choice of restaurant, bar and shopping attractions.
In addition, Pattaya is the ideal spot to indulge your adventurous side with copious opportunities to try your hand at watersports, diving, bungee-jumping, cycling and go-karting in and around the area.
Key Highlights of Pattaya
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A thriving beach resort on the Gulf of Thailand, Pattaya is on the east coast of the country and has become a tourist haven. The exciting mix of family-friendly resorts and adventure opportunities makes the city an attractive proposition. Here is what to pack.
Medical supplies and toiletries are all readily available in Pattaya but things like lip balm, sunscreen, after sun and insect repellent are key additions. With the biggest pull being the golden sands, make sure you have sunglasses, flip flops and beachwear in your luggage.
It is mainly casual around the resorts and the city itself so shorts and t-shirts for the day with light long-sleeve shirts and long pants in the evening are appropriate. Certain nightclubs and restaurants may require a little more.
There are a number of activities like watersports and elephant riding available so take these into consideration when getting down to packing your luggage.
Hot and humid year round, the average peak temperature in Pattaya is touching 30ºC and there are three main seasons. From November to February you get little rain with warm weather – unsurprisingly it is the busiest time in the tourist calendar.
March through May get hotter but this is a sticky and uncomfortable climate. Humidity is high and there is a bit of rain to cool things off but it isn’t common with travellers. There are still more tourists then than in the rainy season, though. From June to October, Pattaya sees a low season – and mosquito-breeding season – as the brief but intense downpours hit the beach resort.
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