Make our own Romantic scene at The Glass House Pattaya.The great place to eat as you watch sunset by the crystal clear water, golden sand with lazy wind that blows throughout the year.Comfy upholstered sofas and sofa beds are facing the sea-wonderful spots for watching sunset and for couple to nestle with after-dinner drinks.
Don’t be put off by its whimsical name. In truth, Cabbages and Condoms is a strangely atmospheric restaurant that looks like the Garden of Eden turned into a rustic tree house, with protruding tree branches overlooking the ocean. Expect a selection of Thai and international favourites. Fortunately, condoms are not included in the menu, but they are free to take home.
At the Chocolate Factory, you can enjoy watching the chocolatiers handcraft each piece of chocolates through a large glass window. Enjoying the magnificent sea view from a cliff top which overlooks a quiet beach, customers can choose to relaxingly dine in any of the three spacious areas, a comfortable air conditioned floor-to-ceiling glass room, the open terrace, or the upper deck terrace. to offering our guests a variety of fine delicious food, we serve a wide selection of locally sourced seafood and international dishes.
“The Sky Gallery Pattaya”, a restaurant on Pratamnak Hill has a second – to – none scenery and a picturesque sunset viewing spot of Pattaya bay. The Sky Gallery Pattaya serves amazing fusion dishes. Customers can enjoy a panoramic view overlooking the sea and changing blue sky, which creates relaxing and romantic atmosphere.
How many restaurants do you know which have a chef that has been cooking since the age of 9? That’s what we thought! Yet this is exactly what you will find inside Central Festival on the 5th floor at the delightful Turkish restaurant a la Turca. At a la Turca, you will find a chef who has been cooking Turkish food for nearly 40 years. You want authentic tasting Turkish food in Pattaya, a la Turca is the place to be.
The cosy, romantic setting of the Cape Dara Resort’s Radius Restaurant gives unique views across Pattaya Bay, particularly from the comfortable outdoor seating where diners can enjoy the cool sea breeze with their breakfast or watch the amazing sunset with their dinner, making this one of the best restaurants in Pattaya for a romantic meal. Highlights of the Asian and European menu include the generously-portioned lasagne and first-rate sushi and sashimi alongside a full Thai menu. If you favour the substantial and equally varied buffet, there are live cooking and carving stations as well as ovens for fresh tandoori and pizzas.
Rimpa Lapin enjoys one of the finest views of any Thai restaurant in Pattaya. Precariously perched on a cliff-top, diners can enjoy great local cuisine with a refreshing sea breeze and an unrivalled view along the Jomtien coastline. The owners are an international couple with lots of experience with Thai and fusion food, providing popular signature fishes like stir-fried rock lobster with salted egg, shrimps baked with cheese and Rimpa chicken stir-fried with onions, butter and cream sauce.
The Cadillac Café’s Miami Beach art deco style provides a fun and funky environment, which is reflected in the menu. High quality ingredients are put together in unexpected fusions which work remarkably well, such as the mighty wagyu burger. The special breakfast menu, available from 07:00 to 11:00, also includes the inventive use of unusual elements. At the same time, there are some good, wholesome American comfort foods like nachos, spare ribs and New York cheesecake, where the chef’s creativity has been restrained and the traditional recipes have been followed faithfully.
Pu Pen Seafood is one of recommended seafood restaurants in Pattaya. The food is tasty and customers can also enjoy sea-view atmosphere. About almost 30 years ago, this restaurant was established without the name. the restaurant owner let customers who would like to eat fresh crabs choose the living crabs themselves. Then, this restaurant has been named “Pupen” its’ means “living crab”.
This statue, the largest in the region, is part of Wat Phra Yai Temple which is a deeply spiritual complex full of small intricate statues of buddha and mythical creatures like dragons & seven-headed snakes!
Sample delicious cuisine in Flare, where a magnificent wall of exquisite wines provides a distinguished setting. Combining traditional tastes of rural Asian kitchens with fine ingredients from around the world, the restaurant offers a unique dining experience.
Ruen Thai looks like it should be a fine dining restaurant or a tourist-oriented eatery yet, as refined as the food and décor are, the prices are surprisingly good, which is a big part of its appeal for locals. Named after the traditional style of architecture it exhibits, there are nightly Thai music and dance performances to accompany great Thai cuisine. Top choices includes spicy duck curry, roast chicken with vegetable tips, and crumbled shrimp and port rolled and deep-fried.
Located on level 34 of the Hilton Pattaya hotel, this unique rooftop venue offers some of the most breathtaking views of Pattaya. Sleek and sophisticated, this Pattaya restaurant and bar is a truly exclusive hideaway from the bustling city below. Indulge in the delicious menu with a twist or simply relax in the Infinity Bar and enjoy the gentle sea breezes in comfort and style. Luxurious and chic, Horizon is also perfect for weddings and special occasions.
This new tourist attraction is the only vision illusion art museum in Thailand that visitors can have a full of fun in touching and taking pictures with these illusion 3D art pieces displaying in the museum. Within 5,800 sq. meters space, there are more than 10 exhibitions that range in different theme such as Underwater World Hall, Wildlife Hall, Dinosaur Hall, Waterfall Hall as well as making fun touch the world famous art paints.
The new theme park covers a total area of 12-rai and is housed in a structure similar to a large circus tent. It is believed to be the largest and most modern ocean aquarium in Asia, boasting a 100-meter-long, 6.4-centimeter-thick acrylic pedestrian tunnel through an underwater environment filled with dozens of marine species.The aquarium itself houses more than 4,000 marine animals, comprising more than 200 different species from the region as well as some rare creatures from overseas. Top in the Visitors must-see list is the rare shovelnose ray, a hybrid between a shark and a stingray.
Lying about 7.5 kilometers offshore from Pattaya, this island offers several white sandy beaches such as notably Hat Ta Waen, Hat Laem Thian and Hat Thong Long while there a bunch of coral reefs on the otherside of the island. Visitors can choose either snorkeling or viewing the coral from glass bottom boats.
Koh Samae San is 1.4 km away from the coast of Ban Samae San in Sattahip district. It has preserved by the Royal Thai Navy to be a home for sea turtles to hatch eggs, the abode for rare plants and the safe home for delicate corals. This island serves as a classroom in the middle of the sea where tourists and students can experience and learn about unspoiled nature. There are 5 beaches on the island which Hat Luk Lom is the most beautiful with softy white sand similar to the beaches along the Andaman Sea with the truly fact that it’s just 2.30 hours from the busy capital Bangkok. Not many facilities are available on the island. There are only a shelter, deck chairs and the breathtaking beaches.
A European style mansion by the sea houses a statue of Kuan Yin (Chinese goddess) and other god sculptures that express the philosophy of living. There are several buildings in the compound includes The Buddha Dome, a restaurant and souvenir shops that offers various products such as beauty skin, healthy and food.
Khao Chi Chan is a famous place as it features a giant sculptural image of Lord Buddha erected on the giant cliff. It was built 1995 as initiative from then Supreme Patriarch who felt it’s such a waste to let these marble mountains were destroyed so he ordered to create the giant Buddha image on the cliff that was cut half already. It was also built to honor His Majesty King Bhumibol on the occasion of his Golden Jubilee.
This contemporary Pattaya restaurant caters for a wide variety of tastes offering a selection of delicious international and Asian favorites. The mood is relaxed and welcoming, offering casual dining by day and transforming into a stylish venue with a seductive vibe by night. Located on level 14 of the Hilton Pattaya hotel, Edge offers indoor and outdoor terrace dining, stunning views of Pattaya Bay and an abundance of natural light. The open show kitchen allows guests to interact with the chefs, creating a memorable dining experience. Don’t miss the Pattaya Seafood buffet every Friday, showcasing the best of the local seafood at this Pattaya restaurant.
The former paddy fields have turned into a thriving beach. Only 3 kilometers down from Pattaya Beach, Chomthian is highly recommended to those who seek a quieter resort as it is also quieter and more relaxing than Pattaya Beach. The 6-kilometer long, largely straight beach is popular for windsurfers and water sports enthusiasts. Hotels and other accommodation facilities are available along the road that runs parallel to the shore.
The half-moon-shaped Pattaya Beach is 4 kilometers long with a road running parallel to the beach. From the mid-section to the southern end of the area, there is a vast array of restaurants, bars, department stores, souvenir stores as well as other places of entertainment. There are various mini-resorts and hotels in a quieter atmosphere on the northern part of the beach. It’s actually free to stroll along the beaches, but operators will charge you for the services they provide, i.e. the beach chair. A price is roughly $1 per chair, though bargaining is rather customary in Thailand.