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Pattaya is smiling again! Top end hotels at 90% capacity for long holiday weekend


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Went the opposite way to Bangkok.  Hotels there didnt want my custom for less that 7000 a night (special offer.)  Now tucked up in a lovely airbnb at a 7th of the price with lots more space/facilities

Hard to believe. Streets are deserted.

The Thai tourists  are not interested in the same "entertainment" venues as foreign tourists. They stay at their hotels by the pool, and dine at  nearby restaurants. Good news for the quality establis

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Should be interesting to see.  I hope they come to help businesses.

But, normally the Bangkok tourists come in on Friday evening.

Yesterday evening seemed slow was not even a normal weekend crowd least to say a long holiday weekend.

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38 minutes ago, geriatrickid said:

The Thai tourists  are not interested in the same "entertainment" venues as foreign tourists. They stay at their hotels by the pool, and dine at  nearby restaurants. Good news for the quality establishments of pattaya.

You are right. I know of a Thai family that tried to book into a hotel in pattaya, where the rooms cost 20K per night. The hotel was "fully booked" - at least that class of room was. 

When they travel, they stay in the hotel grounds the full 2 or 3 days.

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2 minutes ago, 3NUMBAS said:

aussie regulars i know are skint and jobless so no trips planned anytime soon

Surely someone skint and  jobless does not have a visit to Pattaya on their immediate horizon..

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6 hours ago, Andrew23 said:

Hard to believe. Streets are deserted.

I think the government discount is only for the rooms 😉

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