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Favstay's Guide to Jomtien Beach

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Favstay's Guide to Jomtien Beach

Neighborhoods
Jomtien Beach (หาดจอมเทียน) is in the southern part of Pattaya, a more relaxed and quiet scene compared to the rest of the city. Enjoy the serene, golden sand beach with a lively food scene - best for those looking for a quiet getaway near Bangkok, or those who want to see a quieter side of Pattaya.
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Jomtien
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Jomtien Beach (หาดจอมเทียน) is in the southern part of Pattaya, a more relaxed and quiet scene compared to the rest of the city. Enjoy the serene, golden sand beach with a lively food scene - best for those looking for a quiet getaway near Bangkok, or those who want to see a quieter side of Pattaya.
Food scene
Rumored to be the best Thai seafood restaurant in town. The restaurant is also located right on the beach, where you can enjoy both great food and great views. You can opt to sit outdoors and enjoy the fresh Pattaya sea breeze, or for hotter days, they also have air-conditioned indoor dining space.
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The Glass House Beachfront Restaurant and Bar 더글라스하우스
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Rumored to be the best Thai seafood restaurant in town. The restaurant is also located right on the beach, where you can enjoy both great food and great views. You can opt to sit outdoors and enjoy the fresh Pattaya sea breeze, or for hotter days, they also have air-conditioned indoor dining space.
Enjoy the panoramic ocean view and world-class cuisine at this dining outlet. If you're looking to take a break from Thai food, Infiniti offers exquisite international cuisine. It's also a perfect place for cocktails during sunset.
Infiniti
Enjoy the panoramic ocean view and world-class cuisine at this dining outlet. If you're looking to take a break from Thai food, Infiniti offers exquisite international cuisine. It's also a perfect place for cocktails during sunset.
Sightseeing
Also known as the "Four Regions Floating Market" - as it is separated into four sections for each major region of Thailand. You can find local food, souvenirs, and various items from all corners of Thailand. You can also hire a boat to go around or go into the museum and look out for the daily cultural shows/exhibitions.
Pattaya Floating Market Train Station
Also known as the "Four Regions Floating Market" - as it is separated into four sections for each major region of Thailand. You can find local food, souvenirs, and various items from all corners of Thailand. You can also hire a boat to go around or go into the museum and look out for the daily cultural shows/exhibitions.
Activities
If you want to opt for a dry-land experience of the ocean, head to Underwater World for an exquisite experience seeing some 200 species of marine animals such as sharks and stingrays, along with beautiful reefs and corals. Walk in the Open Ocean Zone tunnel to enjoy the full underwater experience without getting wet!
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Underwater World Pattaya
22 หมู่ 11 Sukhumvit Rd
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If you want to opt for a dry-land experience of the ocean, head to Underwater World for an exquisite experience seeing some 200 species of marine animals such as sharks and stingrays, along with beautiful reefs and corals. Walk in the Open Ocean Zone tunnel to enjoy the full underwater experience without getting wet!

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Our recommendations for going around Pattaya
Car Rental - recommended for group travelers, though parking might be a challenge. Usually costs from THB 1,000 a day for a sedan. Motorbike Rental - recommended for solo/couple travelers familiar with Thai roads. Usually costs about THB 150-200 a day. Motorbike Taxis (Win Motorcycles) - recommended for hassle-free travelers. You can identify motorbike taxi operators by their colorful vests. Usually costs about THB 30-40 per ride. Songthaew - recommended for hassle-free travelers in groups, these are dark-blue public trucks with covers on top. Usually costs about THB 10-20/person.
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Your packing checklist
Beach Essentials - don't forget your SPF! Pattaya's sun is bright and strong. You'd want a tan, but not sunburn! A beach towel might also come in handy if you don't want to rent the beach lounges along Jomtien beach. And of course, don't forget your swimsuit! Chargers - Thailand operates on a 230V supply voltage and 50Hz. Check the plug types here: https://rb.gy/er1sqb. If you happen to forget, you can find charges in convenience stores and malls around town. Comfortable clothes and sandals - it's hot and humid in Pattaya, so don't bother bringing your jackets and sweaters here!