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Pattaya is about 150 kilometers southeast of Bangkok, situated on the eastern coast of the Gulf of Siam.
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Around two hours by road from Bangkok, Pattaya stretches for some 15kms.
Central Pattaya is also known as Pattaya Klang, and is a more developed area of the city. Here you will find quite a few open-air bars, go-go bars and plenty of tailoring shops. The Pattaya police station and the Immigration office are located here, as is two main shopping malls of Pattaya; the Royal Garden Plaza and Mike’s Place.
Curving sharply off from Beach Road is South Pattaya Road. The traffic is not allowed here, and this area is known as Walking Street. A relatively recent development, this pedestrian zone allows visitors to browse the endless shops offering 24-hour tailoring services, sports goods, jewelry and souvenirs. There are plenty of bars and seafood restaurants out here that offer a fabulous variety of seafood. However, South Pattaya houses the more infamous side of this city.
This district is a 6 km stretch of beach, cut off from the rest of Pattaya by a big hill. Drive over the hill, past the big Buddha and the Royal Cliff Hotel, and enjoy a relatively quiet day at the beach away from the hustle and bustle of the main city area.
Pattaya's main road is called Beach Road. It is a one-way road from north to south, along the beach. At the south end of the road, the beach ends and shops, restaurants and night spots line the street. After 6 p.m. this road is a pedestrian zone. Parallel to Beach Road is Second Road, Third Road, and then Sukhumvit Highway, which goes north to Bangkok or south to Utapao Airport.
There are three main roads running east and west. Starting at Beach Road, and running through Second Road and Third Road, and terminating at Sukhumvit Highway are North Pattaya Road, Central Pattaya Road, and South Pattaya Road. Connecting Beach Road to Second Road are narrow streets called sois, which are numbered 1, 2, 3, and so on, from north to south.