As with many large cities in devel-oping countries, a large proportion of wealth located in one area causes that region to develop quickly. In the case of Thailand, this area is Bangkok. Bangkok, like nearby Pattaya, is packed with massage parlors, go-go bars and karaoke places, with Patpong, Soi Cowboy and Nana Plaza being the main areas catering to tourists. There are, however, many places to find a relaxing spot and enjoy one of Asia’s most diverse cities. Bangkok offers a widely varied nightlife. There are Westernized clubs and cafes for the rich, and lower-cost bars and pubs that are very popular with the locals. The city’s renowned district of Phra Nakhon is home to one of the world’s very first international streetsÂ Khao San Rd. A walking street, it allows visitors to see the diversity of the world on one single road where East meets West. Sukhumvit Road area boasts some of Asia’s most exclusive clubs and restaurants along the 5 km section between Ekamai and Withayu, with a number of activities available for the city’s thousands of night owls.
Pattaya is renowned for its nightlife, which caters primarily to foreignÂ¬ers. The city has literally hundreds of beer bars, go go bars, and night-clubs/discotheques.. Entertainment
Muay Thai (Thai Boxing)
Muay Thai matches aimed at the tourists can be seen at many of the open-air beer bar complexes. This is more like a demonstration, so don’t expect the real excitement of the real match.
Another important but understated aspect of Pattaya are the excellent foreign restaurants. Often run by expats, most offer excellent food at prices far below those found in Bangkok, Samui or Phuket. High quality German, British, American, Mexican and Indian food can easily be found. enjoy Entertainment.