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Pattaya is a beautiful seaside resort town in Thailand mainly known for its beaches and partying. The town is located about 150 Km from Bangkok and is among the favourite tourist destinations in Thailand. Pattaya Beach is the main beach in the area that runs throughout the city. There are several shopping malls, restaurants and entertainment spots dotted along the beach. Jomtien Beach is a favourite stop among family vacationers. The Wong Phra Chan Beach is a secluded destination on the northern end of the Pattaya Bay. The city also has a few museums that define and preserve the culture of the area. The Anek Kuson Sala (Wihan Sian) is a wonderful art gallery with several pieces of architecture and excellent historic art work. The Liam’s Gallery showcases original art work from South East Asia and Thailand. Pattaya also has numerous theme parks and zoos where visitors can see natural beauty and also native plants and animals. Some of the theme parks that are good to visit include the Mini Siam, Three Kingdoms Theme Park, Nong Nooch Tropical Garden and the Siriphon Orchid Farm. Pattaya also offers visitors some great shopping options. Whether you're looking for affordable shopping or luxury shopping, Pattaya has a number of street markets, boutiques and shopping malls. The best bazaars to shop in Pattaya are the Thepprasit Market, The Market Pattaya and the Soi Buakhao Market. Malls where visitors can shops are Central Festival Center, Royal Garden Plaza,Mike Shopping Mall, etc....more

Pattaya Central, Thailand

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Pattaya is a beautiful seaside resort town in Thailand mainly known for its beaches and partying. The town is located about 150 Km from Bangkok and is among the favourite tourist destinations in Thailand.

Pattaya Beach is the main beach in the area that runs throughout the city. There are several shopping malls, restaurants and entertainment spots dotted along the beach. Jomtien Beach is a favourite stop among family vacationers. The Wong Phra Chan Beach is a secluded destination on the northern end of the Pattaya Bay.

The city also has a few museums that define and preserve the culture of the area. The Anek Kuson Sala (Wihan Sian) is a wonderful art gallery with several pieces of architecture and excellent historic art work. The Liam’s Gallery showcases original art work from South East Asia and Thailand. Pattaya also has numerous theme parks and zoos where visitors can see natural beauty and also native plants and animals. Some of the theme parks that are good to visit include the Mini Siam, Three Kingdoms Theme Park, Nong Nooch Tropical Garden and the Siriphon Orchid Farm.

Pattaya also offers visitors some great shopping options. Whether you're looking for affordable shopping or luxury shopping, Pattaya has a number of street markets, boutiques and shopping malls. The best bazaars to shop in Pattaya are the Thepprasit Market, The Market Pattaya and the Soi Buakhao Market. Malls where visitors can shops are Central Festival Center, Royal Garden Plaza,Mike Shopping Mall, etc.

Nearby Airports

The area of Pattaya is served by the U-Tapao-Rayong-Pattaya International Airport. The airport is located about 30 Km from Pattaya and is locally known as the Pattaya Airport. There are no flights connecting Pattaya to Bangkok but flights are available from Phuket and Koi Samui. From the airport visitors can take the mini bus service and takes about 30 minutes to reach the city. A one-way trip costs around 200-250 Baht per person. Metered taxis are also available from the airport to the city; a one-way trip costs 750 Baht.

Halal Restaurants

Pattaya has a few halal restaurants where visitors can find a variety of cuisines. Some of the best halal restaurants in Pattaya include Pardis, Palace, Ali Food & Drinks, Maharaja, Indian Curry Hut, Abo Abdullah, etc. A number of these outlets can be found around the Pattaya Beach Road.

Mosques

Pattaya has a number of mosques that conduct prayers every day and the Jummah Salaat. Darul Ibadah Masjid, which is the main mosque in Pattaya. Other mosques in Pattaya includeYamirul Islam Mosque, Hidayatussaligeen Mosque, Darul Abaro Mosque, Hanwarissunnah Mosque, etc. Visitors can ask locals about the location of the mosques.

Things to Do and See in Pattaya Central

  • Pattaya Beach
  • Jomtien Beach
  • Wong Phrachan Beach
  • Wong Phra Chan Beach
  • Wong Amat Beach
  • Anek Kuson Sala
  • Ripley's Believe It Or Not
  • Liam
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    Thanon Pattaya Sai 2, Muang Pattaya, Amphoe Bang Lamung, Chang Wat Chon Buri 20150, Thailand

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  • The 5 Best Halal Restaurants in Pattaya, Thailand

    Thailand, a home to rich cultures, shining temples, glittering nightlife and magnificent white sandy beaches. Thailand's beaches are famous across the globe and are major tourist magnets. One such beach is Pattaya beach which alongside which lies the Pattaya city. Pattaya's economy was once dependent on fishing but today the city has evolved into a major tourist destination with towering high rises built along its coast. People from all over the world admire its multicultural identity and its welcoming local population. The city is also very famous for its nightlife, tattoo parlours, bars and pubs. Muslims can, however, enjoy Pattaya as many other people, the city has a lot to offer even if you're not a fan of drinking or gambling. Just like Bangkok, Pattaya to has a large number of Halal food restaurants and diners built on almost every major street. Here's a list of some of them:   1. Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC): picture credit. kfc.co.th Though it cannot be guaranteed for all KFC outlets in Pattaya, there is one KFC outlet embedded in the Royal Garden Plaza at the beach road just opposite to the beach is Muslim-friendly. Halal chicken is supplied to the restaurant, according to one customer who politely inquired the staff if the meat is Halal, the staff showed him the supplier bags with the Halal logo on them. The chicken is well cooked and there are plenty of dips and sauces to go with. Everything is perfect about the restaurant, the location, the food, the staff. It could be a bit crowded at times since it's built on a very busy road. *As there is no confirmation on the halal status, do consume at your own discretion and check with the staff for more information on halal meat.    2. Halal Food Picture Credit - Mohd Awi Abdullah Yes, Halal food is the name of a restaurant. It's literally in the name, there shouldn't be any question about it. This restaurant is located in the Bang Lamung district of Pattaya city, finding the restaurant could be a challenge as it is not near the seashore where most restaurants are located. You can get Indian, Bengali, Thai and several other types of food here.   3. Tikka Center Picture Credit- tripadvisor.com Tikka Center is located at the Soi Buakhao road. You can find spicy Indian-Pakistani styled Tikkas here at reasonable prices. Furthermore, the restaurant is also famous for it Arabian delicacies. The environment might not be so good but the food is definitely worth trying. The restaurant was given three and a half stars by customers on google. Tikka Center begins its day relatively late at 2 pm and closes well after midnight with peak hour at 9 pm.   4. Al-Salam Restaurant Located in South Pattaya near Pattaya 16 road, Al-Salam restaurant offers the best middle eastern food in Pattaya. In addition to the food, you can also enjoy Sheesha here. The restaurant has been given generally positive reviews on the internet. The restaurant usually opens at midday and closes at midnight. Click here for more information on Al- Salam   5. Shahi Indian restaurant Picture Credit- tripadvisor.com The Shahi Indian restaurant is located on the Beach road which is one of the most important roads in the city and also a hotbed of tourist activities, all the major hotels are on this road. This is a budget restaurant which mainly serves Indian food. The food isn't that spicy as compared to other Indian restaurants. Avoid going there at around 3 pm because that's when the restaurant becomes a fish market with hundreds of people flooding in from all sides to try their delicious Daal and Sabzi. Pattaya overall is a very friendly and dynamic city. There's a lot to see and do in Pattaya and when it comes to food you'll actually find tons of restaurants and diners with the word Halal written on them but only some are worth visiting....



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