Whisper the words “Walking Street” and most people instantly know where you are talking about… the vibrant strip in South Pattaya has become world famous, or is that infamous, thanks to all the bars, a-gogos and dance clubs. However, in the past few years, Walking Street has been going through some serious transformation and the Walking Street of today is suffering from a real identity crisis. Is it a red light district, site seeing spot for tour groups, dance club circuit, sea food zone, Indian entertainment district, or something else?Read More
Walking Street with is colourful bright neon lights and thumping music emanating from the various clubs and bars, scantly clad women holding the cheap draught beer signs enticing punters into their establishments. The multitude of international tourists bustling through the crowds with eyes wide with wonder. Fragrant odours of the street food and the many restaurants, just adds to the excitement that is the unmistakably the essence of Walking street. With all this at hand, is it a good idea to actually stay within Walking Street? in this blog IRead More
Pete checks out the grand opening of Pattaya’s newest and largest shopping centre, and gives a detailed account of what you will find in the store.
Want a beach side holiday in Thailand but are just strapped for cash? Don’t worry there is a way to get that much needed change of scenery and recharge the batteries. You can keep the costs down and still achieve a quality and memorable holiday or vacation for our American friends, the only downside is it will be just lighter on the all the bells and whistles. With some simple planning and a bit of online research this can be achieved. Things you will need to consider in your budgetRead More
Soi 10 straddled between Second Road and Pattaya Beach Road in central Pattaya and in my opinion is one of the best places to stay in Pattaya. Soi 10 is not only a great central place to stay, but is home to a number of really nice quality mid tier Hotels. Soi 10 has the added bonus of being a reasonably quiet soi, so easier to get a decent nights sleep. Also its worth a mention is the street food located on the corner of Soi 10 & SecondRead More
Bruce Lee’s first martial arts feature film “The Big Boss” was filmed in Pak Chong in Thailand. Pete recently explored this town and uncovered many of the filming locations.
Looking for cheap steaks in Bangkok? Check out Pete’s latest review of a cheap steak chain that offers decent portions.
The tips, tricks and pitfalls of budget airline travel – when to use it and when to stick with a traditional airline.