Diamond City Place

513 Moo 10, South Pattaya, 20260, Thailand
Diamond City Place - South Pattaya
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Hotel Choice

by Seisei

We choice Sawasdee Court for our stay in Pattaya, any more choice in 500 Baht ?

Re: Hotel Choice

by SirHalberd

You don't have to spend every day in the same hotel. You could book a night or two and see what else is available. There are several Sawasdee Hotels, your hotel is in a pretty good location. It is a short walk out to Pattaya 2nd Road where you can take a 10 baht baht bus North to the Big C and beyond. Or, you can walk to Beach Road and take a 10 baht baht bus ride to Walking Street and more. And, you can take a walk to Soi Boukhaw and take baht bus rides N or S to other locations in Pattaya. Easy walk to restaurants, malls, street vendors, shops, bars and travel agents for tours.

You are between Soi Skawbeach and Soi Honey Inn. On both of those sois there are other hotels you can look at, some in your price range. Florida Hotel on Soi Skawbeach may have some rooms under 500 baht with air, hot water, cable TV and maid service (Pattaya 2nd Road side is a little noisy from bars and traffic.) A price of 500 baht for a room with air, private toilet and hot water is not that bad.

http://www.sawasdee-hotels.com/pattaya/sawasdee_court/map.html

http://www.thaiwaysmagazine.com/pattaya_map/pattaya_map_pattaya.html

Soi Buakhaw has some cheap hotel rooms too. Really cheap is when you get a place without air and fan only - plus cold water. Some of these are under 300 baht. Across from the Intown Holiday Hotel there is a cheap 250 baht hotel (fan room) on Soi Honey inn.

Good luck.

Re: Hotel Choice

by Pimilan

My favorite for 500 bahts is Midtown Inn,on soutrh Pattaya, 2 swimming pools, an old hotel but lovely.

Re: Hotel Choice

by Dave679

I stayed in Canterbury Tales Cafe & Bookshop, good prices clean rooms in low season 7,500 per month and rooms have A/C, fan, fridge, TV, DVD player,Balcony, In room safe, Free Wifi, Tea/Coffee makers, free DVD's, and a great all day breakfast for 75baht, good priced maim meals, Huge bookshop with exchange for all books, all the Thai story books I found great reads as well as the Lonely Planet guides as I did a lot of traveling, I found thier website most useful;
www.canterburytalescafe.com

Re: Hotel Choice

by Dave679

I stayed in Canterbury Tales Cafe & Bookshop, good prices clean rooms in low season 7,500 per month and rooms have A/C, fan, fridge, TV, DVD player,Balcony, In room safe, Free Wifi, Tea/Coffee makers, free DVD's, and a great all day breakfast for 75baht, good priced maim meals, Huge bookshop with exchange for all books, all the Thai story books I found great reads as well as the Lonely Planet guides as I did a lot of traveling, I found thier website most useful;
www.canterburytalescafe.com

Re: Hotel Choice

by joobjib_m

Hi Hi

I recommend Sawasdee Sunshine Pattaya is in a lively location and is very good value for the price.However, Hotel is quiet, good for privacy but you still can enjoy the night life that no so far from the hotel.

http://www.hotelssawasdee.com/Sawasdee-Sunshine/

Travel Tips for Pattaya

FLOWER-POWER

by RoyJava

In Hippie-time it was used to grant flowers to anyone you loved. Flower-power still is hot and, in Holland you'll find flower-stalls all over. In Thailand these stalls are for the locals to buy flowers for their altars, shrines and places special dedicated to their beloved ones. The Indonesian Bali island is well-known for this tradition. The garland ornaments are named "Phuang Malai" by the Thais. Literally that is "Jasmine Garland".

Garlands are also for good luck and worn at birthdays, weddings, graduations (festivals). Not only the Thais though tourists do buy these beautliful flowers, too. Maybe to feel the power symbolically concealed in the colours, the smells, the kind of flower and the special together tied ornament flowers. Probably sooner to surprise their new sweetheart. I love this special floriculture ...

Famous disco

by Pimilan about Marine disco

Marine bar disco is still one or the most know disco in Pattaya. Of course it's not the center point as it was on the 80-90 s. The closed time is like many other disco depending on the police control. Hollywood on the south or X'zyte on Sai 3 are also well know. Only money is required to go in this disco

An Oasis in Hell

by MJB123 about Starbuck's

In my search for something redeemable in Pattaya I saw it.....that familiar Green Mermaid logo with, could it be? YES... PATTAYA has a Starbucks!!! Scenically located on the street by the Siam Gulf it has two floors. Don't want to enjoy your frappacino while watching 70 year old men with their 20 year old Thai girlfriends (yeah right "girlfriends", that's it) walking down the street--go to the second floor. Cafe mocha skim grande. Seriously, seeing this place I finally knew what the cold and scared surviviors of "The Titanic" felt like in the lifeboats back in 1912 when the "Carpathia" came to rescue them.

The Beach

by filipdebont

If you stay in a beach-resort, it is normal if you go to the beach.

I do not like to lie in the sun for hours. I do prefer to sit in the shade and enjoy a cold drink, eat some of the fresh fruits the beach vendors sell.

I also like to swim in the sea, however, I believe Pattaya beach is not the best place to do this, as the water is very polluted by the many boats, and there is also the danger of the very fast jetski's who race along the shore (sometimes). There for it is better to Jomtein Beach.

Santuary of Truth

by GibJoe

The sanctuary of truth was started to be constructed in 1980 and it is completely constructed in wood. The highest point is just over 100m and every part of the Santuary of Truth is carved. It is a magnificent work of art! The entrance fee is 500 bahts. Have a look at the photos.

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