Pattaya has an official population of a little over 100,000, however it gets over 4 million tourists a year. Many of the workers serving this tourist trade are still registered in their home town so the total number of people in the city sometimes makes it feel even more crowded than Bangkok. With its vast numbers of hotels, beer bars, go-go bars, massage parlors, and by-the-hour room rentals, Pattaya is probably best known for the gorgeous ladies that
The Big Buddha Pattaya sits 18 meters tall and is the largest in the region.
Perched atop Pratumnak Hill, overlooking Pattaya and Jomtien Beach, it is part of Wat Phra Yai, a temple where, despite the crowds of tourists, local people still come to pray. It was built in the 1940’s well before the US armed forces
Tiffany’s Cabaret Show in Pattaya has now been running for more than 40 years. It is a Transvestite Cabaret that started as a one-man show performed for friends on New Year’s Eve in 1974. It is now considered world class entertainment and was voted in at number 4 in the TOP TEN BEST SHOWS to see around the world. Be aware – this is not a live performance. It is lip-synced. Sometimes the sync is not 100%
The Colosseum Cabaret Show in Pattaya is a relatively new Transvestite Cabaret Show that opened its’ doors in July 2013. Constructed at a cost of 400 million Thai Baht, it is designed in the style of ancient Rome’s famed entertainment arena the ‘Colosseum’ and is claimed to be the largest in Pattaya with over 1,000 seats arranged in a semi-circular arc in front of an expensive, state-of-the-art stage. Although the slogan of Colosseum Show Pattaya is “We Do It Different” it
The Venue Cabaret Show Pattaya The Venue Cabaret Show Pattaya wins hands down when it come to value for money. You get a great night out and all it costs you is a minimum of one drink. As to be expected, most patrons will consume more than one drink during during the course of the show. The Bar is open 7 nights a week and there is NO admission/cover charge. The 3 part, full production performance starts at
Walking Street Pattaya is one of, if not the most, famous (or infamous) streets in Thailand. During the day, it is relatively quiet, and open to traffic, but once the sun goes down… WOW what a change. From about 6:00 PM the street is closed to normal traffic so the bars and clubs can prepare for the nighttime entertainment. The beer bars are the first to open and then at about 7:00 PM the first of the