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    Pattaya Park Beach - Jomtien

    This Beach is outside the pattaya Park Hotel, the good things about the hotel is the water park and slides, the bad things are the 2 revolving restaurants on the 52nd and 53rd floor, the Panorama and the Pinnacle Revolving Restaurants, both these practice double pricing, the food is supposed to be bland at best, but the view should be pretty impressive, it also has 730 rooms of which a lot of them are occupied by blond Russian birds.

    If you aint staying at Pattaya park Hotel then you can either hit Jomtien and walk north past the gay beach (Dong Tan) to get there, or cross some fields from the other side of the beach to get there from the south, but most people don't bother, it really aint a popular beach, the main things it has going for it are that there are only a couple of touts selling steamed Prawns and Crabs, and quite a lot of blond haired tottie from Russia, they got a shack that sells Thai food and beer, try to get the Thai prices although there really aint much differance in prices and it aint worth dieing for.

    The next beach along to the right of Pattaya Park facing the sea is quite a nice beach, larger with less people on it, more on that here (Pattaya Beach, Pratumnak Road Soi 5 and 6), to the left is Dong Tan Beach which is the gay beach.

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    It don't look to bad after dark though, although it is probably worth a visit to try your luck with some of the Russian birds.


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    Pattaya Water Park

    Pattaya Park and the cable cars, would you do it?

    First off I will admit these are not my photos, yes my sister is a braver person than I and went on the cable car from the top of Pattaya Park Tower all the way down to the bottom, now I am pretty sure these are Thai maintained, much like their lifts/elavators, it was only a year or 2 ago that one had its cables break and it crash landed at the bottom, but that is life, and if it is your time it's your time, well, if your a Buddhist that is, I prefer just not to chance it.

    The view from the top I believe, not that high is it. 170meters I believe.



    Looking down into Pattaya Park and one of the swimming areas, or relaxing areas I suppose, depends how you look at it.

    You can also see some of the monorail track in this photo and Pattaya Park Beach.



    Nearly half way there, still would die from this height if it all collapsed



    So would you get into this little multi person cable car cage? Looks quite, erm, sturdy to me.



    Or have you got great big balls of steel and want to come down from the top of Pattaya Park Tower this way? And then spend the evening sticking cocktail sticks into your eyeballs to prove how hard you really are, naa, neither appeal to me.



    From Pattaya Parks website.


    The Activities of Sky Shuttle, Speed Shuttle and Tower Jump, the best vantage point for a breathtaking view with the challenge and excitement. You can jump from 170 metres high off the tower, or go with the Sky shuttle to the beach and having something faster with the Speed Shuttle. "TRY FREE" when you buy an observation ticket.

    The Panorama, The Pinnacle and The Meridian Revolving Restaurant on the 52nd, 53rd and 54th floor. Taste the international buffet lunch and dinner with seafood.

    Water Park :Splash through the water slides and relax in the whirlpool by the beach Water Park.

    Fun Park : Other options for exciting experience at Funny Land with the first Tower Shot in Thailand, Swing Vikings Ship, Tower, Slalom Roller Caster, Family Swinger, Demolition Derby, Musical Carousel and the Monorail to speed you around the resort.

    Pattaya Park Tower : Breathtaking views, sumptuous meals. The first and highest seaside tower with a revolving restaurant. Located on The East Coast of Thailand, 240 metres high, you can stand and gaze at the beauty of the coastline and Pattaya City.


    Pattaya Park Tower, the first highest seaside tower and revolving restaurant of Thailand

    55th floor the Apex Observation
    54th floor the Meridian Revolving restaurant
    53rd floor the Pinnacle Revolving restaurant
    52nd floor the Panorama Revolving restaurant

    The first and the highest seaside tower and the Revolving restaurant located on the East Coast of Thailand.

    Tower Shot

    Pattaya Park Beach Resort
    (Fun Park)


    "Tower Shot" The First One In Thailand
    We would like to invite you to have a happy time and trying the exiting activity
    that you’ve never done it before

    The First one of the activity in Thailand
    - Tower shot
    - Slalom Roller Coaster
    - Vikings

    Also having Funnyable among your family with :
    - Family Swinger
    - Monorail
    - Demolition Derby
    - Musical Carousel
    - Samba Tower


    Open from 10.00 am. to 07.00 pm., daily




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    from that height you can't see the filth

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    I wouldn't fancy walking underneath these people who have just been sat stuffing their faces in a revolving restaurant


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kwang View Post
    I wouldn't fancy walking underneath these people who have just been sat stuffing their faces in a revolving restaurant

    In the eighties working in Sattahip one of those Jet Ski parachutist cables snapped and the poor feller landed about where the Royal Garden is.
    Fenito la musica, i wont go on any Thai escapade that is not necessary.

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    The water at the base of that huge water slide is about 3 foot deep. Perfect for smashing tour feet to pieces.

    There was another thread here a couple of years ago about a British kid getting sucked into the pool pump system. The local press were too busy filming the bits that were being fished out of the mechanism to give a stuff about the boy's father who was stood there watching.

    A real family day out in Pattaya.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lostandfound View Post
    The water at the base of that huge water slide is about 3 foot deep. Perfect for smashing tour feet to pieces.

    There was another thread here a couple of years ago about a British kid getting sucked into the pool pump system. The local press were too busy filming the bits that were being fished out of the mechanism to give a stuff about the boy's father who was stood there watching.

    A real family day out in Pattaya.
    The father in his grieg lashed out at the photo snappers and got fucking arrested.
    TIT.

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    I haven't read about any elevator failures in Pattaya for a while.
    A year or so ago, they were killing off tourists every few weeks.

    Or is it just that they've become so frequent that its no longer news worthy?

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