With its name directly translating to "Crescent Moon Beach", the Wong Prachan Beach is a very popular beach in Pattaya and is visited by locals and tourists alike throughout the year. The beach stretches on for a distance of about a kilometre...more
With its name directly translating to "Crescent Moon Beach", the Wong Prachan Beach is a very popular beach in Pattaya and is visited by locals and tourists alike throughout the year. The beach stretches on for a distance of about a kilometre in length, towards the north of the Pattaya Bay. It is one of the quieter beaches in the area and offers the perfect tranquil atmosphere for visitors who require privacy and seclusion. The most popular activities at the beach include just lazing on the beach's pristine sandy shores or quiet evening strolls. Unlike some of the other beaches, the absence of harassing vendors and hawkers is also another blessing offered to visitors at the Wong Phrachan Beach. A visit to Wong Phrachan Beach is recommended for beach lovers and for travellers looking to spend a few leisurely hours relaxing under the sun.
Around 2 – 3 hours
Adults, Families, Young Adults, Senior Guests, Children
The beach views during sunset
Plenty of open space is available for Muslim travellers in need of prayer facilities at Wong Prachan 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.
Though numerous restaurants and eateries will be scattered across the beach area, access to Halal food at Wong Prachan Beach may be limited. For a wide range of Halal food 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 a tantalising range of exquisite Halal fare.