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This beach seems to serve no purpose other than to ferry swathes of groups of Chinese pre paid day trip groups to boats to take them to bigger boats !!! hardly anyone swims here as the sea looks pretty grotty. Along the beach road are...More
Pattaya beach is like a bay where almost semi-circular shape is found. The sand area is about 15-20 meters in width.
Locals have parties or get-together while children are busy in playing etc. Foreigners too are found. There are resting long chairs (found near swimming...More
Beach is ok, they are doing work on it to try and make it more sandy. I still feel it’s not really a beach you would want to spend too much time in. As for going into the sea that’s a big NO. Good job...More
I have been to pattaya only for 3 days. Pattaya beach is actually nice and the weather is nice too. You have sun bath, swimming. jet ski , massage during the day. and at night You may have wonderful time in there if you like...More
When you pump raw sewerage into your local beach what do you expect to get. And then swim in it?
Pattya beach is the pits. They have newly dredged the sand to try and make it more family friendly but just look at what is...More
Was disappointed with the rubbish people leave behind,.After so much talk of polythene bags and plastic. Needs some sort of signs for people to be aware of the damage this causes.
Lovely stretch of beach ruined by this behaviour. Plenty of activities , kite surfing,...More
The south end of Pattaya Beach was in the midst of reconstruction while I was there, but the central and northern parts have already been completed, and with huge improvements. More sand, wider beach and an especially welcome change: “non-smoking and litter-free” designated beach areas....More
Pattaya beach is just terrible unless you enjoy sitting under a parasol close close to other people and smell the petrol from hundreds of boats. Water is dirty and nothing to swim in. We turned back to the hotel and pool immediately.
I have been visiting more than 30 times since 1988. I*saw the growth in the country and the death of the tuks tuks which used to rule Bangkok's streets. I have been to every region of the country. Nothing prepares for the horror sight of...More
you can catch tuk tuk from the hotel to Morchit bus station, bargain price absolutely, then buy a ticket to Bangkok. It costs around 114 bath, very cheap and it takes 2 hours to Bus station in Bangkok including traffic jam... More
you can catch tuk tuk from the hotel to Morchit bus station, bargain price absolutely, then buy a ticket to Bangkok. It costs around 114 bath, very cheap and it takes 2 hours to Bus station in Bangkok including traffic jam time.
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