The Pattaya Beach is a truly idyllic location to stop by while visiting Pattaya. Stretching across a length of about 4 kilometres, the crescent-shaped beach strip provides visitors a sunny atmosphere and the perfect ambience to sit and spend a few leisurely...more
The Pattaya Beach is a truly idyllic location to stop by while visiting Pattaya. Stretching across a length of about 4 kilometres, the crescent-shaped beach strip provides visitors a sunny atmosphere and the perfect ambience to sit and spend a few leisurely hours under the sun. Pattaya Beach is also in close proximity to numerous attractions in the area and is ideal as a stop to relax while sight-seeing in Pattaya. Shady palm trees and deck chairs are available for travellers who prefer a bit of shade and a wealth of shopping opportunities are also located in the vicinity of the beach. Pattaya Beach is an extremely popular spot amongst locals and tourists alike and is visited by large numbers of people throughout the year. It is a must visit spot for beach lovers in particular.
Around 2 – 3 hours
Adults, Families, Young Adults, Senior Guests, Children
The sunset in the evening
Plenty of open space is available for Muslim travellers in need of prayer facilities at Pattaya Beach. It is also possible for Muslim travellers to visit some of the mosques in Pattaya such as the Darul Ibadah Masjid - which is the main mosque in Pattaya - as well as other mosques such as Yamirul Islam Mosque, Hidayatussaligeen Mosque, Darul Abaro Mosque and Hanwarissunnah Mosque. Check out the list of Mosques on the Mosques tab.
Though numerous restaurants and eateries are be scattered across the beach area, access to Halal food at Pattaya Beach is limited. For Halal food and restaurant options, Muslim travellers could visit some of the prominent Halal restaurants in Pattaya such as the Pardis, Palace, Ali Food & Drinks, Maharaja, Indian Curry Hut and Abo Abdullah – which all serve Halal food. Visitors are advised to check with the restaurants on the Halal assurance of the food.