Posted by: ghostdawg2 | March 23, 2009

Pattaya’s Past and Present by

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Although primarily known for its cheap hotels, nightlife, bars, and thousands of girls Pattaya, Thailand has A LOT more to offer.

And for many, is an IDEAL city to live!

Reasonable housing costs, inexpensive food, and a roaring 24-hour nightlife are three compelling reasons.

Add in mostly SUNNY weather, a large English speaking populace, thus discovering your home in Pattaya is easy!

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Pattaya’s Past and Present

In the past 30 or so years Pattaya has undergone a transformation. From a sleeping, rural, fishing village to now an internationally known resort within two hours of the Bangkok metropolis the only thing certain is the city’s continued expansion.

This photographic timeline illustrates some of the changes:

Pattaya, 1954Pattaya, 1954

Pattaya, Late 1960sPattaya, late 1960s

Pattaya, late 1960sPattaya, late 1960s

Pattaya bar, 1972Pattaya bar, 1972

Walking Street, 1980Walking Street, 1980

Pattaya todayPattaya, 2009

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  1. Your blog is very interesting.

  2. I like the old pictures. I hope to visit soon.

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