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Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
“Great foods & Cocktails, comfy place for a sunset. Live band in the evening. ”
  • 16 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“While the selection of local and international brands on offer in Outlet Mall Pattaya is impressive, the huge savings available are even more so. Up to 70 per cent has been known to be knocked off the prices of original products from Levi, Camel Active, Adidas, Nike, Timberland, Warner Bros. Studio and Lacoste, amongst others. The downstairs Premium Fashion Mall features a recreation of a street market layout, but with names like Clarks, Samsonite, Speedo and Crocs on sale. Amongst the few on-site eating options is one of the finest low-cost, high-quality Thai restaurants in Pattaya.”
  • 13 locals recommend
Seafood Restaurant
“This restaurant has one of the best view of Pattaya. It is not in Pattaya. If you want to come here, it will take 45 minutes drive. It is worth the drive.”
  • 19 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Good shopping mall, you can do grocery shopping at Big C, and watch movies, shop in various shops and have food in restaurants. 很好的購物中心, 在比較北邊, 裡面也有Big C跟電影院, 很有多餐廳可以吃飯, 很多商店可以買東西. ”
  • 7 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“THE AVENUE PATTAYA PATTAYA SECOND ROAD - OPEN: 10:00-23:00 Catering to the lifestyles of the hip and young, the lineup of shops here resembles those found at Bangkok’s J Avenue (Thonglor) and La Villa (Phaholyothin). Think Starbucks, iBerry, Au Bon Pain, Wine Connection and a host of branded sportswear and lifestyle stores like iStudio, Adidas, Geox and Puma. There’s also an eight-screen cineplex and Blu-O, space-age bowling and karaoke club”
  • 6 locals recommend
Asian Restaurant
“Excellent steaks, always cooked to perfection. By far one of the most popular restaurants in Pattaya.”
  • 14 locals recommend
“100 meter from us. Expect excellent food and service when visiting Pan Pan restaurant, ”
  • 18 locals recommend
Indian Restaurant
“Opening in 2004, Indian by nature has been serving up some of the best and freshest Indian cuisine this side of the Punjab. Located on second road, just before Foodmart and the Thappraya junction Indian by nature has been the recipient of many awards over the last 10 years. These include several Thailand Tattler Awards and the Trip advisor Certificate of Excellence. This restaurant has also been listed in the Chaine Des Rottiseur.”
  • 13 locals recommend
“PUBBING AND CLUBBING ALONG PATTAYA BEACH ROAD If naughty nightlife is just not you, try some traditional entertainment at one of the many pubs about town. For lively live music and dancing, hit Pattaya's enduring disco scene. The music is mostly rowdy US hip hop and Thai pop anthems at earshattering volumes. A few venues with hip modern interiors and names like Club Insomnia or Lucifer Disko TK are even sometimes sophisticated. Best time to go: after 21:00”
  • 11 locals recommend
Scenic Lookout
“You can see 360 degree of Pattaya from here. And they have a small coffe shop "Coffe Break" next to the view point. It's very nice one. Must go!!”
  • 12 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“Take a stroll along the beach front. Great place to spend time. Private boats available. Be prepared to haggle. ”
  • 8 locals recommend
Place of Worship
“A high spot from where the whole city of Pattaya can be seen as on the palm of the hand.”
  • 9 locals recommend
Electronics Store
“Shopping mall especially for electronic...but also other thinks and supermarket.. ”
  • 10 locals recommend
“There can be few sights in Pattaya quite as bizarre as a two-metre-tall realistic model of a Tyrannosaurus Rex being cuddled by three teddy bears dressed as cavemen. A curious combination of adorable and baffling, the Teddy Bear Museum (also known as Teddy Island) contains about 1,000 stuffed animals, ranging in size from little Christmas helpers no bigger than your hand to a three-metre-long giant panda. The family-friendly indoor exhibition takes the form of a journey through history and fantasy, entirely acted out by cuddly toys. The majority of the dioramas can be at least touched, if not interacted with, making it extremely popular with younger children.”
  • 13 locals recommend
“While Bali Hai Pier and the area around it has a host of activities such as fishing and diving trips, it is as a gateway to Koh Larn which is its real attraction. The largest and most popular of Pattaya’s nearby islands, “Coral Island” has several of the white sandy beaches its name suggests, which are ideal for relaxing on, swimming or snorkelling off or walking between across the island’s hilly interior. A regular passenger ferry runs between the pier and the island every 30 minutes and takes about as long to get there while a chartered speedboat can do the same trip in about ten minutes. The fare for the ferry is very cheap, however, while the speedboat can cost over 1,500 baht. The pier is also the only way to access the floating restuarants in Pattaya Bay.”
  • 20 locals recommend