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.
If EDM music is your thing then head over to the Pinnacle Grand Jomtien Resort for a two day and two night music festival called ZummerBeach.
Taking place on the 6th and 7th April in Na Jomtien are two full days of Future Bass, Trap, Psy Trance, House, Trance and Techno.
There are two stages and over 20 top EDM music DJ’s creating music under the theme Electric Sea. Tickets prices start at 1,500 Baht for a two day pass.
In this blog we look at New Year in Thailand or as it is known Songkran, celebrated in April it is the lunar New Year as celebrated by the Buddhist world. Songkran also is well known as the Water Festival in Southeast Asia and especially in Thailand.
Pattaya Events is the best site available for keeping up what is on in and around the Pattaya area. And one of the top events that is shortly coming up is the hotly anticipated Top of the Gulf Regatta 2018.
Held annually at the prestigious Ocean Marina Yacht Club Thailand, this event will take place between 27th April and the 1st May.
Saint Patrick’s Day is celebrated all over the world, very few patron saint days are more accepted by other nations than the Irish celebration of Saint Patrick.
Every year on March the 17th the world stops to celebrate the death of Saint Patrick, and what once began as a religious feast day back in the 17th Century has evolved into one giant party in many countries all over the globe.
Here at Pattaya Events we keep all our readers up to date on the best events and happenings that are occuring in Pattaya City and the surrounding area. Obviously this also includes national events and events of great importance to the Thai people.
On March the 1st 2018 one of the most important religious days is happening in Thailand, namely Makha Bucha day.
The next edition of the highly popular 20Something on the Beach will take place once again at the five-star luxury hotel The Zign.Continue Reading