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Pattaya Last Minute Holidays: By day, breezes sweep across Pattaya Bay and Jomtien beach carrying the aromas of salty seas, tropical flowers and man-made scents of suntan lotion, seafood and fruit vendors along the shore.
Those who favour more athletic activities can hit local dive shops for excursions to explore offshore reefs, or take in 18 holes on one of Pattaya’s 21 world-class golf courses.
It’s well worth booking a room on a last minute basis in a guesthouse in order to have more financial resources for these exciting outings.
Pattaya also is well known for its major sporting events that draw thousands of visitors each year.
Some of these popular spectator sports include women’s tennis, a yacht regatta, world windsurfing competitions and even contests for those buzzing personal water scooters such as the Jet Ski models.
There are even opportunities for the challenging sport of bungee jumping!
One of the best things about going on a last minute holiday to Pattaya is that there is always something going on!
In addition to the beaches and water activities, visitors will find other interesting pursuits.
Pattaya observes national Thai festivals such as Loi Kratong (Festival of Light held in November) and Song Khran (Thai New Year, starting on April 13 for three days).
Throughout the year, the city organises other exhibitions and concerts, while traditional dances often are performed as entertainment at some of the top-quality restaurants.
A visit to Nong Nooch Gardens should be a must on any tourist’s activity list as well.
When the sun goes down over Pattaya Bay, the city throbs to the thumping beats of adult-oriented nightlife along famed Walking Street.
The best cheap holiday apartments in Pattaya, Thailand, are located within easy walking distance of this central district and well patrolled by local police.
Illuminated by dozens of brightly coloured neon signs, Walking Street runs from the Bali Hai Pier to the south end of Beach Road.
It’s easy to find; the Beach Road entrance now has a large sign, while the Bali Hai entrance is marked with a small arch.