Pattaya beach bay
Pattaya beach bay & city views is a collection of photos from Pattaya bay & the surrounding area. Here’s what I see each day from my condo, best view I have had from any of my previous homes.
Low tide Pattaya Beach Bay
From July for a few months we get very low tides and the beach looks better than it really is.
Every day they line up in their hundreds to go Para Sailing and to visit Koh Larn island.
This sight is repeated every day of the year on Pattaya beach bay.
Bali Hi Wharf south Pattaya
In the background the building under construction is now 50 floors high (as of September 2014) Currently shrouded under controversy due to alleged unauthorised changes to the original plan.
A cheaper way to get to Koh Larn is by ferry from south Pattaya, a 40 minute ride for 30 Baht.
North Pattaya & Wongamat
To the left of the Holiday Inn, the building with the green light, is Markland. I live on the 17th floor with views of Pattaya beach bay.
Looking south from Markland.
Work stopped on this project in 2014 due to disputes over height and position.
Nothing like a little shade.
Anything to escape the heat.
Storm damage Pattaya beach
This is a very common sight during the wet season.
Ok, lets fix it
The rainy season in August & September plays havoc with the beach, Pattaya drains & gutters can’t handle the incredible downpours which overflow and wash away the sand.
This fantastic hotel is rather unique, check it out if you get the chance.
The Hilton is in the prime position on Beach Road and they charge accordingly.
Looking north at low tide in August with the high rise buildings at Wongamat on the left.
In the distance is Thailands main port, Laem Chabang.
The Beach Rd sculpture shows several seagulls, I have lived opposite the beach for several years and have never seen a seagull here, lots of pigeons but no seagulls. 🙂
A balloons eye view of Pattaya beach bay
This is attached by cable to the Royal Gardens shopping mall.
Beautiful clouds over Pattaya Beach Bay.
A split sunset
What an amazing sunset, it only covers half the beach & bay.
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