Jomtien Boathouse Pattaya

380/5-6 Jomtien Beach Road, Chon Buri, 20260, Thailand
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  • Business33

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Admission fees for child in Sanctuary of truth

by punnu

Is there any admission fees for the child (below 2 years) for the sanctuary of truth in PATTAYA

Re: Admission fees for child in Sanctuary of truth

by SirHalberd

I think it was 500 baht for adults. Not sure about kids. After you get to Pattaya you can call them from your hote to check on it. I only walked by that place and did not stop in.

Good luck.

Travel Tips for Pattaya

Not really a custom but it is practicised...

by shelnlin

Prostitution is a big part of Thailand's culture and unfortunately it is the way of life for many a Bar girl. Thai wages are relatively low compared to most countries and these poor ladies have to make a living by making a life for themselves by offering themselves to a foreigner.

Guys from many nations come here and many Thai women are very surprised on how quickly it takes a male to fall in love with them. Yeah, to a male they would seem pretty cute, they are smaller than most woman and they always seem happy to see you no matter who you are. But as a female who has been to Pattaya,

I kind of felt sorry for a lot of them and while I knew two personally and got to know them as a female friend, I learnt that they didn’t usually liked their job, it was a job to them and they were often making money so they could support their families who lived out in the country or found it hard to get by.

“Hello my Big Big Honey” is a great book to read. It is interesting as it is informative and allows the reader to look at some of the letters that Girls in Thailand (mainly in Bangkok) write to their ‘boyfriends’ when they are back in their own countries and vice versa. Some tales are happy ones, while others show sad stories of mixed emotions between the cultures. The woman like the book says “seem passive but are capable of fighting back” and men who are sometimes totally besotted with these girls that they offer marriage and can often become “so obsessed they cannot let go”.

To find a copy of “Hello my Big Big Honey” check out anyone of the local bookshops in Pattaya and around Thailand itself. Bookazine has a lot of great books for all interests and this one can be found in the Thailand guide section along with many other books written on the same sort of Genre.

Hello my Big Big Honey, Love letters to Bangkok Bar Girls and their revealing interviews ~ Collected by Dave Walker and Richard S. Ehrlich

The Biker Bar

by gaolei about Club Nevada

Nevada Bar is the place where the local Hog riders hang out. The music is loud, but not as loud as when these guys were young. There are ladies dancing in all stages of undress, and there are the bikers. This is not the bad biker bar that Hell's Angels would call home, but a much tamer venu.

You will find the bikers here are mostly Americans or Aussies. You can see their bikes parked outside. They all belong to the local club and they are all friendly guys who will buy you a beer before you can think to buy one yourself. Overall, not a bad place to stop, make some friends, and enjoy a beer with the owner, Lou. None

Sheer freshness...

by shelnlin about S&P Restaurant and Bakery

This little restaurant has always been a firm favourite of mine. Ideally located in the heart of the Royal Garden Plaza, I have found the food to be of fantastic freshness, the staff to be of excellent service and it is very clean and tidy.

I have taken several photos of this little place and while I was there I was served by the most charming waiters who all welcomed me each time I popped in, even if I was there for just an Iced coffee they would never forget me and I could never forget them for their friendliness.

This restaurant is of Thai flavour and has many beautiful dishes to choose from. It is in expensive and they make beautiful smoothies, hot bread and gorgeous Thai dishes which really are very tasty.

The staff can speak a bit of English which helps and they can also help you if you need any advice on your travel plans. One of the things that I enjoyed the most about this restaurant was it's Chocolate brownies... these were I think for memory about 40 baht or 60 baht for two. They were so beautiful and moist that they went perfectly with a cuppa. Just great if you want a change from eating Thai food. The restaurant also delivers and does takeaway orders as well as Catering for functions ( I know that I would certainly use them if I were in Thailand).
On my last trip to Thailand I went back to this little place again and bought their Cookbook "Patara".
I will most certainly come back again to this place and I do believe that they are in Bangkok too. It may be a bit more expensive than an average meal from a little Thai restaurant or Stall but it is well worth it and I paid approximately $13.00 (NZD) for two main meals, two deserts, and two plain rices (this is the only disadvantage I have with the restaurant- you have to pay extra for your plain rice).

Snorkelling In Coral Island

by ChinmayHota

A bumpy motorboat ride takes you to the Koh Lan Island popularly known as Coral Island, 7 kilometer off the bustling Pattaya beach. You zoom on to another resting boat, waiting to send you under water. The sea is 25 feet deep but the sun pierces right to the bottom providing you with a clear view of the corals and the fish—you are told. Fighting the initial fears you decide to take a plunge and hand over baht 1200 to the cashier. The oversized oxygen mask rests funnily on your head, and the rubber shoes and cotton gloves complete your snorkeling gear. The guide, sporting a smarter diving outfit, whizzes past you and pulls you to the bottom of the sea. The sound you hear is like that of a jet, your ears smart as the air pressure goes down. Before you have got the hang of things, a third man suddenly appears with a yellow camera and vigorously gesticulates at you to pose for the picture. You realize that you are near a sea coral, lining the surface like a dwarf hill. As you enjoy the beauty of the coral a bun is pushed to your hand to attract a shoal of fish. The lively creatures come rushing in to nibble at the food. More photo ops for the enthusiastic cameraman. As he clicks on madly, you are at a loss as to what pose you will give next. The V sign comes to your mind again and again. For a change you pump up your fist, the other hand clutching the oxygen mask tightly. As soon as the photographer is done with his 36 snaps he swims to someone else. The photography sets you off an additional baht 600. The guide now takes over and makes funny motions of his hand and fingers. After considerable time you guess that he wants you to make a promise for a tip. You agree.
After narrating your heroic tale to the family members who did not dare to go, you are ready for more coral viewing, this time from the safety of a glass bottom boat. The narrow glass strips look smudged. After a while you get a view of the sea bed and the corals, but not quite clearly.

Pattaya Under Water World

by Wann

I visited Pattya Under Water World and expect so much to see. I found there was smaller than I expect, the walk way under water was so short and stuck in traffic, visitors some were not keep moving so... cant see much things. By the way they offers several kinds of fishes where visitors suppose to be able to see closely . A souvenir shop is located at the exit ( good business) ... well the ticket was very expensive in my thought..

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Address: 380/5-6 Jomtien Beach Road, Chon Buri, 20260, Thailand