Pattaya City is a popular coastal beach destination on the Gulf of Thailand; located on the southeast of Bangkok with easy access in just an hour drive. In recent years, the closest major beach destination to Thailand’s capital has been redefining its identity from being famous for its nightlife scene to a destination for wider audience; whether couples, families or business travellers.
Drawing such a large number of diverse visitors from across the world, there’s no surprise that modern travellers are still seeking multicultural experiences where in the present day, Pattaya city has all the characteristics of the needs of a globetrotter: superb restaurants, good entertainment and countless leisure pursuits.
In short, nobody could possibly be bored in Pattaya. Travellers can move around the city with public transportation like the SongTaew (local pick-up truck) and enjoy a wide range of activities that the city has to offer including water sports, fresh seafood, beach parties, music and lifestyle festivals, shopping and much more.
For a more relaxing experience, especially for those who are seeking for an ideal retreat resort set right on the beachfront, the Pullman Pattaya Hotel G provides the perfect option. This resort is located in North Pattaya on Wongamart Beach, better known for its picturesque and restful private beach, perfect for family fun time, relaxation for couples or a group of friends hanging out.
Considered as one of the best lifestyle resorts in the destination, a stay at the Pullman Pattaya Hotel G is surely a great choice. With front beach views, not one but three azure swimming pools and cutting-edge design interiors – it’s all wrapped up here.
The property offers a blend of contemporary Thai and trendy design that gives a feel of sophistication and elegance, ranging from the stylish rooms to modern suites with a private balcony looking over stunning sea views.
One of the best things about Pullman Pattaya Hotel G is its amazing sunset with the view of Koh Larn (a small island off the coast of Pattaya) that can be admired right in front of The Beach Club Restaurant & Bar, the perfect place to grab a wide range of tropical cocktails and drinks on your leisure evening and enjoy the wonderful sight of the vanilla sky.
While Pattaya may be Thailand’s most lively beach destination in this day and age, Bangkok is a city of contrast with action in every turn. With this, travellers can truly find its uniqueness and ever-changing strain of Thainess.
Marvel at the gleaming temples, catch a Tuk Tuk along the bustling Chinatown or take a longtail boat through the old town via the Chaopraya River. From trendy bars to authentic world-class cuisines, Bangkok is known for being a melting pot of gastronomical delights.
Whether at a fast-paced or just taking in things more leisurely, Pullman Bangkok Hotel G has got you covered from its prime location on Silom Road, cutting-edge design throughout to in-vogue dining experiences and much more.
The five-star hotel embraces edgy-chic décor, reminiscent of New York’s iconic white minimalist lofts, each room offers a great view of Bangkok skyline.
Treat yourself to an extensive yet affordable wine list at one of the best and multi-awarded rooftop bars in Bangkok; Scarlett Wine Bar & Restaurant or head to 25 Degrees, the three-time champion of the “Great American Burger Competition”, to satisfy hunger pangs at all hours.
Arguably Bangkok’s best-known location with its plethora of local and international restaurants, its myriad of local boutiques, bars and popular entertainment spots, Silom Road also leads to the city’s iconic Chao Phraya River, connecting guests to some of Bangkok’s top cultural sights like The Grand Palace, Wat Arun (The Temple of Dawn) and Chinatown, all within reach.
Silom is not only about bars and restaurants, though: it’s also home to Lumpini Park, one of the few treasured expanses of green space in central Bangkok offering city dwellers the perfect connection to nature.