Popular Lettings in Pattaya
Highlights in Pattaya
- Paradise beach town
- Hedonistic party town
- Ripley’s Believe it Or Not
- Pattaya Floating Market
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Holiday Rentals and Lettings in Pattaya
Pattaya is Thailand’s number one seaside destination, combining hedonistic fun for the young and young at heart, a beautiful coastline for beach lovers, cultural sights, and a wide variety of attractions for families. The town offers an abundance of lettings, both in the central area and along the coast spreading north and south of the town. There are some beautiful options just inland too, where you will be surrounded by the lush forest of tropical Thailand.Gorgeous swimming pools and modern rentals
Most lettings offer large swimming pools, some of which are simply spectacular, such as infinity pools with views overlooking the sea. Flats tend to be modern and fitted out to a high-spec. Head down to Jomtien Beach, widely considered the best in the town with its 6 km stretch of white sand, and check out the sumptuous mansions in this area, suitable for large groups and with spacious patios and swimming pools in salubrious surroundings.
Holidays in Pattaya
The area and getting around
Located just two hours from the capital Bangkok and Thailand’s main international airport, Pattaya is ideally located for holidaymakers to this magical country. A big party town, the action is centred on Walking Street, packed with the glowing neon signs of the endless go-go bars, beer bars, nightclubs and restaurants. For shoppers, just to the north of the centre and by the bay, shoppers are drawn to the Day Pattaya complex, a superb shopping area offering lovely ocean views.A paradise for beach lovers
Choose from Pattaya’s three mean beach areas – the central Pattaya beach, crowded, fun, lively and packed with exciting activities such as jet skiing, the quieter Jomtien Beach to the south – perfect for families and with great facilities, or Naklua beach to the north – the most Thai of the lot, with a bigger local crowd and lower prices.
Travellers and activities
An ideal setting for a honeymoon, Pattaya beckons you to start your married life surrounded by magical white beaches, tropical rainforest and a plethora of cozy and romantic bars and restaurants. For an unforgettable day out, take the three-island hopping tour and explore Koh Pai, Koh Rin, and Koh Ling. You will go snorkelling in crystal clear waters among schools of brightly coloured tropical fish, meet monkeys on the beach, and enjoy a lavish buffet lunch on the boat.Pattaya for families
There is something about Pattaya not many people know – it boasts no less than four top-class water parks! Children of all ages will make memories to last a lifetime at Cartoon Network Waterpark, the biggest and most spectacular in Thailand, with 30 state-of-the-art water rides and slides. For older children, Splashdown Water Pattaya features challenging and exciting slides and games designed to challenge your bravery and fitness, or spend a day at Ramayana Water Park Pattaya, with some totally unique water slides, a record big double wave pool, and a relaxing ride in the lazy river with mystical caves and geysers.
The town has no less than 1,500–2,000 so-called beer bars from one end to the other!
Top 5 travel tips in Pattaya
This is a truly one-of-a-kind museum that brings together three elements – the strange, the shocking and the beautiful. Everything you see at the museum will challenge your perception of the world – the one that you know and the one that you still have yet to know!. 2. Spend a day at Underwater World Pattaya
Home to a 100-metre acrylic tunnel, around which you can observe scores of brilliantly coloured creatures including sharks. Don’t miss the live feeding of the sharks and stingrays, and the ‘Touch Pool’, where you can find out what sea cucumbers, turtles and starfish feel like.3. See the enormous Buddha at Khao Chi Chan
Nearby Khao Chi Chan is home to the largest stone engraving of a Buddha in the entire world, and is a great spot to admire Thai buddha culture. It is free and the area is very well maintained with a paved walkway and manicured lawns. And don’t miss the nearby silver lake, which will take your breath away!4. Go souvenir shopping at the Pattaya Floating Market
How does shopping for Thai delicacies while sailing on a vibrant long-tailed boat sound? The market showcases the beautiful ancient Thai riverside community and authentic ways of life, and you can try your hand at haggling as you negotiate prices for products made in all of Thailand’s main provinces.5. Frost Magical Ice Of Siam
Step out of the tropical landscape into temperatures of -10 degrees! Yes, you are really are in Thailand! Frost Magical Ice Of Siam is home to unique ice sculptures that reflect the rich culture of Thailand. Some of the sculptures are enormous and made by Thailand’s most prominent artisans. Don’t forget your coat!