Pattaya. Thailand’s Sin City.

Pattaya is a city on Thailand’s eastern Gulf coast known for its beaches and nightlife. A quiet fishing village in the 1960s, it’s now home to several resort hotels, shopping malls, go-go bars, and nightclubs. The area also boasts several designer golf courses, some with views of Pattaya Bay.


Just to the south of the city center is the Sanctuary of Truth, built entirely by wooden hand-carvings, this 20-story complex is an incredible attraction. Nearby to the north, the hillside Wat Phra Yai Temple features a 12m-tall golden Buddha. Be respectful when visiting temples and remember to behave and dress appropriately.

Walking Street.

Well-known for sex tourism, one of the most popular attractions for single men visiting this port-side city is the Walking Street. Notable for its neon signage, this entertainment and red-light district is home to several go-go bars, massage parlors, and cabarets. The city is home to many expats who enjoy the hedonistic way of life.

Family Fun.

Aside from Pattaya’s beautiful beaches, the city has several other attractions that are fun for the whole family:

  1. Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden is a 500-acre botanical garden and tourist attraction.
  2. The Teddy Bear Museum is a creative place with a large collection of teddy bears.
  3. Pattaya’s Floating Market is another fun way to spend the afternoon. From souvenir vendors to food stalls you can spend your time shopping while floating along the canal.
  4. Mini Siam is a miniature park featuring small-scale replicas of buildings and structures from Thailand and beyond.
  5. If you want to spend your time playing in the water then Cartoon Network Amazone is the place. With 10 themed zones of waterslides and pools, there is something for everyone.
  6. Pattaya’s UnderWater World is the largest and most modern ocean aquarium in Asia. Home to over 200 species you will see exotic, marine and freshwater fish on display up close.
  7. More family fun includes the world famous Ripley’s Believe It or Not which contains over 300 exhibits sure to amaze. This walkthrough attraction contains enough oddities to boggle your mind and make you question if truth is stranger than fiction.
  8. Koh Larn (Coral Island) to a short boat ride see the beautiful beaches and coral formations.
Why EZ Ride Thailand?

EZ Ride Thailand is the best way to get from Bangkok’s busy Suvarnabhumi Airport to Pattaya and here is why. Your vacation time is precision and time is money. Yes, you may save a bit if you catch a bus however, it will take longer and it will not bring you right to your hotel. Its quite common for a bus to have several stops along the way. Plus, you will be sharing the ride with several other travelers. The benefit of EZ Ride Thailand is that a driver to meet you at the airport and your vacation will start sooner. He or she will help you with your bags and get you right to your hotel. It’s fast, simple and very affordable. Go to the rates section of our website to see what vehicle is right for you.

About the author

Simply put, I love Thailand. I am a Canadian-born MBA graduate who has traveled to Thailand upwards of 20 times. From Chiang Mai to Phuket and Udon Thani to Kanchanaburi, I've been all over. When traveling abroad I like to learn the history and culture of each place I visit. My grasp of the Thai language is basic but each time I visit my vocabulary grows.
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