Thailand Buddhist public holidays are well respected in Pattaya even though there is a sizeable expat community in the seaside city. Pattaya Events like to highlight all the upcoming events in the great entertainment city.
On the 27th July 2018, Thailand celebrates Asahna Bucha Day, which is sometimes also called Asalha Puja. It is the Buddhist celebration of The Four Noble Truths which Buddha preached in his first sermon after his enlightenment.
The FIFA World Cup 2018 is getting close, and although it is a world event and not just a Pattaya event there will be many places in Pattaya that you can watch every game and enjoy the football.
Pattaya Events makes sure that residents and visitors do not miss out on any fun event taking part in the city, and in this blog we look at some of the great sports pubs that you can head to for a footballing feast.
Its official and it is back! The 2018 Pattaya International Fireworks Festival returns to the seaside town on the 8th & 9th June. Pattaya Events highlights the best possible events that come to our great city, and the International Firework festival is one of the very best.
This highly acclaimed festival is one of the biggest and best in Asia and is held over two days, and the best thing is that it is completely free. The festival first came into existence to celebrate the birthday of King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s birthday.
Many people come to visit Pattaya to experience the diverse nightlife the city is famous for. The most well known in the notorious Walking Street that is the biggest party hotspot in the whole of Thailand. Walking Street stretches a full kilometer from Beach Road to Bali Hai pier and is wall to wall neon offering every imaginable pleasure zone to the public.
If you love burgers then the place to head to in May, June and July is the Hard Rock Cafe on Pattaya Beach Road.
If you are around Pattaya on the 19th of May 2018 why don’t you venture down to Central Festival with your bikini and join in all the fun of the annual Central Festival Bikini Beach Race 2018.
Here at Pattaya Events we cover the great events that happen in the Entertainment Capital of Thailand. Follow our continuously updated blogs to know what is going on.
Pattaya Events highlights the best things that are currently taking place in and around Pattaya or penciled in the calendar to appear later in the year.
One of the important public holidays in the Thai calendar is Chakri Day which occurs on the 6th of April each year. It is the day elected to celebrate the current ruling monarchy the Chakri dynasty.