Jomtien Orchid Hotel

333 Moo 12, Tapphraya Rd., Banglamung, Pattaya, 20260, Thailand
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  • Families50
  • Couples22
  • Solo0
  • Business0

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cabaret dance

by akbarkhan

i plan to visit pattya with my wife and tow year kid.Is it allowed for us to enter the caberat dance specially when the baby is with us?

Re: cabaret dance

by xaver

Probably noone will stop you, but are you sure it's a good idea to take your kid in that show?
Corra

Re: cabaret dance

by summerlady

YOU MUST BE KIDDING RIGHT????

Re: cabaret dance

by khunwilko

What sort of cabaret...?.....I wouldn't think there'd be a problem anyhow....I'm sure the only damage that results will be to their ears...it can get quite noisy.

Re: cabaret dance

by Dabchick

Did you mean the Alczar show or Tiifany's if so there should be no problem I have seen families with young children there, it's not a sex show but good family entertainment.

Re: cabaret dance

by cutejade

We've just been to Mambo Cabaret Show last Jan. 18, 2008 with 2 kids both 3 yrs. old. Kids are allowed coz they didnt stop us... i have seen families with younger ones as well.

Re: cabaret dance

by travelagent4thailand

thais are pretty lenient and accommodating to many things, especially helping tourists feel at ease (with most of my experience)...

but i think your concern should be more of the baby and how he /she will deal with the lights and loud noise of the cabaret...

but then of course, unless you mean that your little one is at an age of being able to sit and watch...

enjoy family outing!

Travel Tips for Pattaya

Visit the Food Market

by gaolei

On Pattays South road there is a shopping area that starts opposite the temple and extends eastward for several blocks. Along the street there are many stores selling clothes, jewelery and other sundries. If you go in the back, you will find a typical Asian food market. You can see flower stands, meet, fish, frogs and a few surprises like the pig faces, both cooked and uncooked.

Pick up taxi (dark Blue)

by Ah_jack

To go around pattaya. Take the pick up taxi is just fine. 10 baht to 20 bath for a 10 to 20 mins is just nice and cheap for the prices.
Never ask the driver how much does the ride costs to travel to a particular places, just get up the taxi and off you go. drop off the taxi and pay the driver not more than 20 baht per pax.

HOTTIES ON KARTIES !

by travelagent4thailand

I call this the 'karta grills' (remember you heard this hear first!...hhehhe)

well, these karts are the local's favorite quick meals...they are found everywhere and for about US$.20 to U$.50, you can try one of the tastiest finger food on sticks and served right off the hot grills. These karta grills comes in differen szes and shape and each ones offer a different menu!

Most of the karts carries fish balls, chicken and beef meat balls, chicken and pork sausages, and if you're lucky, you might find the chicken and fish maw meat balls! That's my favorite.

Select your choice from the ice packed container, and scottie will grill you up a good one in a few minutes, all done right infront of your eyes!

To end it all, if you are daring, try the spicy sauce. The sauce is the name of the game. Local grillers compete in the creation of the sauce to earn their name! So try, the chilly sauce, mixed with cilantro, sometimes garlic, with serious fresh chilly peppers.....whoooaaa....hot stuff coming your way.

For the less faint at heart, go with the mild sweet sauce....kids love this stuff...

Enjoy!

Head For South -> JOMTIEN BEACH

by RoyJava

When wanna have some fun on the beach, head for the South ... where HAT JOMTIEN Beach is located. Slightly eccentric this charismatic area can be as peaceful as crowded. It is the charming pro for the fanciest among us, for the gays & lesbiennes, and the best for the water-sports facilities.

I prefered the HAT JOMTIEN Beach area to the Pattaya beach and, jumping in a "songthaew" (pick-up truck/minibus) for only 10 Baht we reached this popular beach after a 10 minutes ride. Pay the fare after you have stepped off!

Ehm,... some tourists had to pay 100 Baht. Feel sorry for them!

Pattaya - Sun, sea and sin

by Willettsworld

Pattaya is a popular tourist resort on the North Gulf Coast of Eastern Thailand, located 150km south-east of Bangkok. It's most famous for its go-go and beer bars, but local authorities have made efforts to provide more family-friendly attractions and activities, and specialist conference and golfing facilities. Although the sex industry is still going strong in Pattaya, the resort also attracts local families and holidaymakers from far and wide.

Pattaya Beach is 3km long and bordered by Beach Road. Due to its central location and extreme proximity to several hundred hotels, and because it's a relatively narrow strip of sand, it's crowded at the best of times (and even more so at high tide). But Pattaya is more about its nightlife than the beach. Walking Street is a famous and vibrant part of the city of Pattaya and runs from the south end of Beach Road to the Bali Hai Pier, and there are entrance arches at either end. The street is traffic-free at night, from 6pm to 2am, and this is where most of the action in Pattaya happens. There are go-go (dancing girls) bars, beer bars, discothèques, sports bars, posh seafood restaurants and night clubs - you name it, it's here. Coloured neon signs and girls with happy-hour/drink special offer boards entice you into various establishments of differing tastes. If live music's your scene, then you'll hear plenty along this street. Even if you're not into what this street is synonymous for, it still has to be sampled just to see what happens here.

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