Isawanya Beach Resort

69 Moo 1 Jomtien Beach Road,,Na Jomtien, Sattahip, Pattaya, 20250, Thailand
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wheres the best soi to stay in

by Joe333

anybody got any advice on which soi is the best for bars n girls.Ive stayed in soi 8 earlier this year n it was an ace crack but I fancy a change when i go in 5 weeks time.Any advice would be appreciated.cheers

Re: wheres the best soi to stay in

by seoulgirl

What is an ace crack?

Re: wheres the best soi to stay in

by johnaalex

There are so many answers I could give to this question ;-)))

Basically the English use the word "crack" as a version of the Irish word "craic" which means fun or good time. "Ace Crack" means he had a lot of fun.

Regards

John

Re: wheres the best soi to stay in

by wildfk

As convenience for the crack is your main aim I would stay in 7 or 8.......you could move down to walking street but it tends to be dearer.2nd rd Soi 2 to 4 are busy at the top end not so much the beach end.....
but for the shear convenience of walking out of you hotel and straight into a bar 0 Sois 7 and 8 have it.

I would suggest either Flipper lodge Soi 8 or Flipper House soi 7

Re: wheres the best soi to stay in

by SirHalberd

I think where to stay in Pattaya is a personal preference. I like the area near Soi Honey Inn. From that area I can easily walk to the Royal Garden Mall, street vendors and lots of bars and restaurants. Easy access to cheap 10 baht "baht bus" rides on Pattaya 2nd Road or from nearby Soi Buakhaw.

Lots of hotel choices in the Soi Honey Inn/Soi Skawbeach/Soi Diana area.

You can book a couple nights at the hotel you used before and scope out some of the other areas off Pattaya 2nd Road. You don't have to book your entire Pattaya stay all at one time.

Up to you!

Re: wheres the best soi to stay in

by wildfk

Unfortunately Ibelieve you'll find that Honey Inn has been knocked down!

Re: wheres the best soi to stay in

by wildfk

Unfortunately I believe you'll find that Honey Inn has been knocked down!

Re: wheres the best soi to stay in

by SirHalberd

'---- wheres the best soi to stay in"

*

Soi Honey Inn is ALSO the name for the street that the Honey Inn is located on. Like Soi Diana and Soi Skawbeach.

(The Honey Inn is undergoing some extensive re-modeling but it is still open and has people staying there. The entrance in on the back side of the hotel. I wouldn't stay there just now - too darn noisy! I was there this afternoon visiting a friend. Bay Breeze and Intown Holiday, on Soi Honey Inn, are better choices at 500 baht per night.)

Hal

Re: wheres the best soi to stay in

by gaolei

I stayed at sandy spring hotel on soi 13. 13 is near many beer bars, What soi isn't? It is also walking distance to the Gogo clubs and walking street. Also the hotel was real nice! See my report http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/1e4db/161f12/3/
for more information on the hotel.

Re: wheres the best soi to stay in

by johnyyy

hi there
I found a nice hotel in walking street but this was in may and it was about 600 baht per night and guest friendly it is called WINDY INN,swimming pool resturant
barlooks very clean and most off the go-go bars all around you,THE WEB SITE IS
WWW.WINDYINN.COM

Re: wheres the best soi to stay in

by johnyyy

hi there again I have just posted email address for the windyinn hotel and have noticed it dont work so sorry for this but there is an e/mail address if you want to find out more its windyinn@loxinfo.co.th ok

Travel Tips for Pattaya

ALTARS

by RoyJava

You'll find these altars everywhere, all over the place, in homes as well as in the streets. I knew the custom from the Indonesian island of Hindu Bali and didn't expect the same custom in the Buddhistic Pattaya. Though a lot of religious believes correspond with eachother.

Doing good will bring good stuff as a reward and will benefit you. Keep friends with the bad spirits, too, so donot forget to honour these spirits. Even in the Go-go bars you may find these altars, sometimes beautifully adorned with colourful flowers, details etc. These altars are placed in the highest possible place and, never on the floor. Often so unexpected ...

Flying Thai

by filipdebont

Usually I fly Thai Airways when I go to Thailand. But Thai works together with Lufthansa, so sometimes you book a Thai flight and you go on a Lufthansa flight, of course that does not matter. As Lufthansa is also a good Airline. And they are both member of the Star Alliance group, so no problems to get the flight miles on my frequent flyer card.

So I usually fly via Frankfurt (40 min flight from Brussels), and then directly to Bangkok (flight time 10h30) (on the way back it is11h30).
And then you arrive in Bangkok in the early morning, as there is a time difference of 6 hours (5 hours during summer time).

Like On A Cruise!

by RoyJava about Lobster Pot

This is "Appetites Ahoy!" in Pattaya. It is said "Seaside views provide the backdrop, while the crowds provide the references" of this seafood restaurant. Very true, entering the Lobster Pot and taking place on the terrace with sea-view and sunset. Choose what you want from the aquarium, it will be fresh prepared and served for you. You'll feel like on a cruise ... right on the place to pig out on Thailand's manifold fruits de mer. We had a seafood dish which was really delicious. See the shrimps, king and tiger prawns, special scallops, mussels and the fish, we name "snapper" I donot know another name for it. Different sauces to add the sea wonders. Isn't the yellow perfumed rice like a little treasure? The plate was 1400 TBT for 2 persons ... not that cheap, though tip top, very good!

a lazy day in paradise

by tattoomonster

we went out on a ferry on a sunday morning about 0830 it was 30 baht each under a euro 45 mins ride 2 mins walk too beach ! 100 baht for big sunbed for day ! cheap food on beach and fluids! very cheap clothing and nik naks swimsuits towels,
last ferry i think is around 1630,we left at three thirty highly relaxing day out jet skis for hire shooting up the hills all u need

Pattaya!

by marlonpasilon

"2nd"

I first visited Pattaya in 2004 with my friend Belinda. My impression was that it was an expanded version of Patpong in Bangkok. Girls galore with old white men in almost every street in Central Pattaya. When my sister suggested last January to have a family trip to Thailand, I suggested that we stay for 3 days in Pattaya, since it would be my third time in Bangkok.

4 years after, I was back in Pattaya and everything stayed the same. Girls galore with old white men everywhere. The beach somewhat deteriorated, and sand got a bit darker. Belinda and I thought that Jomtien Beach was nice (although still not comparable to beaches in Phuket), but Central Pattaya beach was definitely forgettable. My family did not even attempt to step into the sand, hehe.

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