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Hotels in Pattaya

Weather, Best time to travel
 Thailand is famous for its amazing beaches, spa retreats, resorts and culture that are warm and welcoming. What better way than spending your leisure with a vacation in Thailand that has so much to offer to tourists? Pattaya City in Thailand is known for its amazing food, a lot of adventure sports, beautiful beaches and parties apart from Thai cultural heritage. November to February is considered the best time to visit Bangkok with New year and Christmas festivities opening up a plethora of amazing activities for tourists.

Airport / nearby airport
 Pattaya has its own airport called the U-Tapao-Rayong- Pattaya International Airport. The small airport has a variety of international and domestic flights and routes open. Getting to Pattaya from Pattaya Airport takes less than 20 minutes. The Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok sees the majority of the traffic of Thailand’s international tourists.  This large airport services a larger number of flights, routes and offers options for transfers with some of the best facilities.   It is easier to take a flight to Bangkok and take a ride to Pattaya. The Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok to Pattaya City ride takes about 1 hour and 50 minutes to cover the 150km distance. Travelling to Pattaya has two options like a bus or taxi.

 Once you are in Pattaya, you can choose from options to travel around. Buses are the easiest way to travel around. But, you can also hire a taxi, car with a driver or use the self-drive option. Local transport includes elongated open vans called the tuk-tuk and the songthaew, which are a very cheap option to travel around in. Not a lot of people in Thailand understand English, and the best way is to have a guide or translator with you. Keeping an app with Google maps handy is the best way to explore the city alone. Before you book Pattaya hotels, plan your transport options well.

How to get to Pattaya
The Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok or the U-Tapao Airport in Pattaya is the best way to reach Pattaya City. You can take a flight to Pattaya, or reach Pattaya from Bangkok by road or train as well. Thai Air Asia, Scoot, Jetstar Asia, Malindo Air are a few airlines that have direct and connecting airlines from Singapore to Bangkok. These flights usually land at Bangkok’s Don Mueang Airport instead of Suvarnabhumi Airport. Make sure you always check your arrival and departure airports before planning your itinerary.

Hotel info, prices for different hotel range
 5-star: There are many exquisite properties from resorts to private beach hotels on the beach road and Na Jomtien with a plethora of luxurious options and the best Pattaya hotel deals. From exclusive to budget options, Pattaya has a lot of great hotels to offer. These hotels can range from $50 per night to $250 per night for two. You will have amazing facilities like complimentary breakfast, wifi, swimming pools, gym, exclusive restaurants, parking and in-house massage services.

4-star: There are over 2000 4-star hotels in Pattaya to choose from. You can pick locations like Central Pattaya, the beach road, Jomtien beach, Naklua or Phra Tamnak Hill for the best Pattaya Hotels. These amazing properties come with amenities that match a high level of luxury at the perfect price range of $25 per night to $60 per night for two people.

3-star: There are over 1100 3 star hotels, apartments and resorts to choose from in Pattaya. If you’re looking for cheap hotels in Pattaya, 3-star hotels are the best mix of amenities and savings while on a budget vacation. Boutique apartments are a perfect way to feel at home and explore the city.

2-star: These hotels are cheap and loaded with the basic amenities for those who plan to spend their nights at the hotel while spending the day mostly sightseeing. The cost per night is in the range of $15 per night per person.

Pattaya Tourist Information

Top tourist attractions in Pattaya
One of the first things to do in Pattaya is to find your hotel, drop your bags off and get to the beach road. It is best to keep the historical temples and tourist monuments off for a day that doesn’t involve you partying. The Pattaya Beach is beautiful at sunset which can be coupled with some amazing street food. The Pattaya Viewpoint at Pratumnak Hill is one of the best and worthy of a drive for some scenic shots. Another treasure hidden away from the hustle-bustle of the city is Koh Larn also known as the Coral Island. Soak in the sun, drink a few pina colada's and just enjoy the beach or maybe you could go ahead and try some of the water sports available here.

The Jomtien Beach, The Pattaya floating market and the walking street are your go-to locations for a fun day out. The walking street is only open in the night which makes for an amazing adventure of a night with bar-hopping, shows and music apart from other interesting things to do.

You can visit the Mini Siam, Noon Nooch Tropical Garden, the Sanctuary of Truth and Art in Paradise Pattaya on another day. There are quite a few famous cultural shows that take place in Pattaya which are worth visiting like the Tiffany Cabaret Show. You can also visit a few water parks or the zoo if you have kids along with you. The Buddha Mountain near the Silverlake area is one peaceful retreat to the eyes if you have more time on your hands.

Top food places in Pattaya

If you’re a foodie, then Thailand has some amazing street food to offer your tastebuds. Som Tum (Spicy Papaya Salad), Tom Yum Goong (Shrimp Soup), Yum Woon Sen ( Glass Noodles), Pad Krapow Moo Saap (Basil and Pork served with Rice), Gai Yang with Khao Niao ( Steamed Chicken with Rice), Khao Pad Gung (Prawn fried rice), Pad Thai ( Thai style fried noodles) and Khao Tom (Rice Soup) is their long list of favourites whether it is in a restaurant or off the street. These dishes are an adventure, to begin with, given that the Thai’s like their taste palette with high doses of spice. You can try the Panchwati Gujarathi and Indian Restaurant, Karma Indian Restaurant or the Dicey Reilly's Restaurant for some great food.

Pattaya attractions are its rooftop bars and restaurants by the beach which give you the whole experience with amazing views as well as amazing food when travelling with

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