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The shops on the southern stretch of Pattaya Beach can provide almost anything visitors might seek, from Buddha statues to samurai swords.
Tattoo parlors, travel shops, tailors and stores selling beach essentials are readily available. And, of course, there’s more to be found, if you know where to look.
Here are seven places you won’t want to miss in Pattaya Beach:
Offering brand-name stores and other attractions, such as a movie theater, bowling alley and arcade, the mall is a modern facility that draws both travelers and locals.
The Mike Shopping Mall, one of the first in Pattaya, takes up a whole city block and stands five stories tall. Stores here sell everything from electronics to beachwear.
This outdoor facility, housing a number of outlet stores and entertainment options (including a movie theater and bowling alley), is a solid alternative to indoor malls.
Occupying a block between Beach Road and Second Road, the Royal Garden Plaza offers brand-name shopping and entertainment, such as the Ripley’s Believe It Or Not Museum. The mall is hard to miss, with a giant red plane sticking out of the roof.
A major supermarket featuring food from all over. If you miss something from home, you can likely find it here.
La Casa Del Habano sells Havana cigars, cigar accessories and single-malt whiskies. The staff knows what they are doing.
A western supermarket, which also has a full stock of Thai goods.