Since Pattaya’s life has been hit by Covid-19, so many shops, restaurants, hotels, etc have been closed forever. People have been facing challenging times. No work, no socializing, no entertainment. Only you and 4 walls you are surrounded by. Beaches were closed and nightlife in Pattaya was under strict ban. Life in the beach city was put on silent mode.

Yet local authorities wasted no time having famous Walking Street renovated and painted in bright colors; undertaking road repairing works.

Nowadays life’s slowly getting back to a normal pace. It’s still far from Pattaya you used to visit before. Pattaya with thousands of tourists, crazy traffic, dozens of beach vendors… But we have to accept and envisage realities. The world has been changed. Today’s tourism is more organized and concerned about the safety and health of customers. Tour/hotel operators are offering guests different sets of discounts. Some venues are attracting guests with Happy hours and cheerful ladies welcoming you at the entrance.

Since the vaccine has been developed we have hope Thailand will lift a ban on international flights and we will be able to host you in the land of smiles soon.

For those staying in Thailand and want to go to Pattaya for holidays, we’ve made an updated list of places/tourist attractions you can visit in summer 2020.

— Buddha Hill on Phratamnak Mountain with 18 meters Buddha statue and amazing sea view

— Sriracha Tiger Zoo with a population of 200 tigers and around 10,000 crocodiles

— Floating market with many fruit stalls, eateries, art galleries, and souvenir shops

— Walking street with night clubs and discos

— Hindu-Buddhist temple-museum “Sanctuary of truth”

— Koh larn island with clean beautiful beaches

— Thepprasit night market with plenty of things to buy

— Pattaya night market with its variety of offerings and dynamic ambiance

— Alkazar transgender cabaret show