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Mini Siam and Europe - A miniature city that will delight young and old. Situated near Pattaya Klang. This is also a history lesson and brings together Asian and European cultures in a unique way. The models are exquisitely detailed and they open from 7am till 10pm.

Million Years Stone Park and Crocodile Farm - Located about 9km from town and breeding pens hold about 1000 crocodiles, this could be boring, so they put a zoo here and Bonzai trees in an interesting stone formation (The million years is to attract visitors)

Wat Yansangwararam - Just head 12km south of the city to enter this Buddhist temple. The building is surprisingly modern and the king has a big say in it's upkeep. Meditation courses are available and it's only 3km to the tourist village of Nong Nooch.

Pattaya Elephant Village - You wil pass this on the way to Siam Country Club Golf Courses, but don't pass, rather stop to visit and discover the world of the Elephant. They will demonstrate their work in the surrounding forests and then give you a game of football to watch. (Don't join in)

Chez Pascal This realy is 5 star dining, situated in a little Soi across the road and to the left of Mikes shopping mall on second road. Pascal is Swiss and a perfectionist! The Lamb rack is great, and the mixed starter (non veg) is worth the visit alone. This place is not cheap (I spend around 1800 Baht a trip including wine)but to dine like this in London would cost you over £200 per head.
submitted by Peter, 14/10/08

Mantra Seriously cool, innovative and stylish. Opens at 5pm, closes at 1am, perfect to stop by after work or make a proper night out. Perfectly located on the Beach Road. Raising the standards in Pattaya!
submitted by Nikki Busuttil, 30/05/06

Mantra Restaurant and Bar Mantra Restaurant and Bar, Pattaya – NOW OPEN! It’s hot. It’s innovative. It’s here… Come soon! Dynamic, stylish and seriously cool… Mantra Restaurant and Bar is now open on the Beach Road in Pattaya. A new concept in dining, Mantra is not only raising standards in Pattaya, but blazing a brand new trail that others can only hope to follow! The Restaurant, with its awe-inspiring architecture and its eclectic and unique décor, is open from 6pm and the Bar, equally as impressive and provocative, opens from 5pm til 1am. Enjoy a pre-dinner or post-work drink, before settling in to enjoy a fabulous culinary journey, through various mouthwatering Asian and Mediterranean cuisines…
submitted by Wasana Phasomyard, 29/05/06

The Reeves Belgian beer bar with pool tables, sports TV, and pretty girls, at Soi 7, Beach Road, Pattaya. www.thereeves.be.tf
submitted by Eddy, 22/11/05

Patrick's Belgian restaurant One of the only restaurants in town with a roofed terrace and where you feel just like in Belgium with Belgian dishes and Belgian beers. Located opposite Mike Shopping Mall, off 2nd Road, in a nice arcade. For reservation Call Patrick 01/6872410. Website: http://www.patricksrestopattaya.com
submitted by Patrick Van den Berghe, 09/11/05

Pattaya Beaches

Jomtien Beach - South of the city you will find this long stretch of sandy beach. The section just south of the hill is popular with locals. You can purchase your food from passing vendors (Who can be painful after a while) or even have a Thai massage right where you are lying.

Pattaya Beachs - Lovely stretchs of golden sand near the city, but it does get very crowded. You'll be spoiled for choice with vendors offering their goods non stop. You can also rent boats from here and larger boats tour the nearby islands.North and central beachs are the best choice for a quieter time.

Wong Phra Chan Beach - This beach is only 1 km long and you are fairly sheltered from the vendors. Crystal clear water fringed with soft golden sands and backed by shady greenery.

Chom Thian Beach - 3km of paradise and popular with local holidaymakers. Good facilities include restaurants and beach equipment rental. Big enough to find a serene spot.

Pattaya Restaurants and Bars

Pattaya Restaurants

Klein Vlaanderen - 328/18 Pattaya 2nd Road. Located in the centre of town this popular Belgium restaurant serves Belgium classics as well as Thai food. This is a popular restaurant with a fine reputation for the fresh cooking and friendly atmosphere.

Thai House Restauran - 171/1 M 6 North Pattaya. Well known for it's Thai and general Asian cuisine. Well located near Pattaya City Hall this is a large pagoda like building and holds over 800 people. The caberet consists of a traditional Thai dance show and this is well geared to tourists.

Five Stars Vegetarian - 313/37 South Rd. The chef was trained in Hong Kong and is known to make delicious meatless local dishes. A good choice for healthy, tasty creative meals at a decent price.

Palmers Bar - Pattaya Land Soi 2. Located just 100m from the beach in this complex in South Pattaya. Traditional English food including a Sunday roast with Yorkshire pudding. Ex pats by the dozen enjoy the atmosphere here, you might see a local or two.

Pattaya Bars & Clubs

Paul's Place Cocktail & Beer Bar - 164/13 Soi 7 Beach Road (near 2nd Rd). There is a choice of over 60 cocktails here and the serving girls will make you most welcome. You can watch your team on the big screen. Good selection of imported beers as well make for a happy evening.

Beach Club - The Corner Bar Corner of Soi 11 & 2nd Rd. Situated opposite the Apex Hotel. The 70 girls are on hand to grant you your every wish (Well almost) A nice outdoor bar, TV sports, DJs spinning the hits and Heineken on tap complete the picture.

Bamboo Bar - Centrally located in Walking Street. Two floors of dancing to the latest hits, Live music, action bars and a bevy of prostitutes. If that's your scene.

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Useful Pattaya Links

myPattaya.com
Offers information about Pattaya city, including photo gallery, forum and tourist guide.

Pattaya Direct Newspaper
Pattaya Direct Newspaper print and distributes 260 newspapers from 56 countries-on the same day of publishing. Call (66)038 303685. Fax (66)038 303686.

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