A A Pattaya Hotel

Address: 182 Pattaya Soi 3, Beach Road, Pattaya, Thailand | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 182 Pattaya Soi 3, Beach Road, Pattaya, is near Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden, Pattaya Beach, Jomtien Beach, and Mini Siam and Mini Europe.
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        Travel Blogs from Pattaya

        Month in Pattaya

        A travel blog entry by jasdop on Jun 03, 2015

        Arrived in Pattaya, staying here for one month before I meet up with Dan and Jen in San Francisco.

        Spent a week or so with Andrew and Aree and their friends from England.

        Hans and Irene from Melbourne are over with their daughter, husband and two kids (Summer and Jordan). We went out most nights and had an awesome day at the new water park in Pattaya for Jordan's birthday.


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        Last Days in Kolkata, Obsolete Passports, Thailand

        A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on May 01, 2015

        10 photos

        ... place visited on my travels. The first bay, White Sands was just like Costa Brava with bars, an Irish Pub, massage parlours, t-shirt and souvenir shops, restaurants, internet cafes, tour agencies and other paraphernalia. Eon got out at one of those and I thanked my lucky stars I was not in that area.
        As it turned out I was about half way down the island at a place called Klong Prao. Here the village (and this was a small modern village) was situated at the ...

        Same same, but different

        A travel blog entry by melindan on Feb 13, 2013

        2 photos

        ... but different.

        Pattaya seems a bit more expensive than Phnom Penh. We are in the heart of the tourist area, so food is about $4-$6 a meal and $1-4 dollars for an alcoholic drink. I've seen some of the same clothes here that I saw in Cambodia for nearly double the price.

        Traffic is much more controlled. I am not nearly as terrified to cross the street, and there are many more traffic lights. I have not seen any tuk tuks in Pattaya, ...

        Scuba Duba

        A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Feb 07, 2013

        65 photos

        ... flailing about. I quickly remedied this problem after I slashed my hand open on the coral, ouch. After a while we couldn’t go any further against the current so we returned to the boat for the next dive. The next dive was a real test of how brave we really were rolling in backwards as the boat was bouncing 2 feet out of the water in the crazy waves. I surprised not only myself but also Tim with my total lack of any hesitation getting off the boat. For once ...

        Beach Bum-tastic

        A travel blog entry by icontact on Jan 14, 2013

        20 photos

        ... aimless manner, but most of them were probably trying to get a tan. In addition, to our right was the downtown area of Pattaya. When I looked over there, I could see a gondola cable car that travelled up to a towering building. I was only able to see the cable car after swimming about 50 yards out into the water and then looking back to land and even then it looked like the car was going from the top of a tower down to the water or something. I ...