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Developers Tap Rising Demand in Tourist Destinations of Thailand

Thailand property developers have expanded into the condominium market in tourist destinations, especially resort beaches in Chon Buri including Pattaya, where more than Bt200 billion in projects will have been launched this year to date and land prices have doubled in five years.

According to a survey of the Government Housing Bank's Real Estate Information Centre (REIC), over 200 condo projects worth Bt170 billion have already been introduced to the market as of the middle of this year.

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The property market in both Pattaya and Hua Hin is expanding strongly, with developers focusing mainly on local demand from buyers seeking a vacation residence and those working in the coastal locations, according to research by real-estate agencies.

Colliers International Thailand's research found that 800 condominium units were completed and transferred in Pattaya City during the first half of this year, higher than the number completed in the whole of last year.

10th Rugby Tournament to be Held in Pattaya at Horeshoe Point Resort

Pattaya’s new Wombats club will host the first ever 10s rugby league tournament in the nation on October 12th-13th, 2013, with some 200,000 baht (AUD6,650) in prize money.

The tournament will be held at the Horseshoe Point Resort which has been totally renovated for the competition and has recently upgraded its pitch and facilities. Horseshoe Point is just ten minutes’ drive from Pattaya and one hour from Bangkok’s main international airport.

Published in Sport & Leisure
Monday, 03 June 2013 22:03

Would you Invest in Pattaya?

Would you Invest in Pattaya?

Thailand is the third most popular place to buy property after the US and Spain, according to’s Top of the Props, with the Kingdom accounting for 6.78 percent of all enquiries on the real estate portal in April. According to the site, this is Thailand’s highest ranking ever, driven largely by an increase in activity in Pattaya.

For those with a knowledge of Pattaya this may come as a surprise but the infamous costal retreat has in fact undergone what could be termed a gentrification in recent years. Of course, Pattaya will be Pattaya but the city’s image is changing from a seedy getaway to a sound investment case. One cannot deny the flurry of activity in the condominium market in areas such as Wongamat, Pratumnak Hill and Jomtien.

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How Getting to Pattaya from Bangkok & Airport

Suvarnabhumi Airport

Joe Lizzerd wants our clients, prospective customers and visitors to be fully informed about getting to and from Pattaya; and to have a handy reference you can pass on to your friends and acquaintances who might be visiting you or coming to Pattaya for the first time. Here is your own ‘insider’ version of transportation tips, secrets, prices, useful resources & links and things to avoid to successfully go to and from Pattaya.


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Island Hopping from Pattaya: Koh Larn Island

It’s hard to think of anyone getting bored or tired of Pattaya. But one of the reasons people live here, is because in only 15 minutes, you can be on another island! Today Joe Lizzerd shares with our readers who are not yet familiar with our neighboring island, Koh Larn, information that makes it easy to run away from Pattaya for a few hours or a few days.


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Aussie Tour Agencies offer Pattaya Trips  for the Country’s  Workers

In an effort to tap the lucrative Australian job market of off shore oil platform workers, and miners, who typically spend long holidays after every couple of months of work, Australian tour companies are targeting this high-earning demographic with exotic tours to Pattaya.

Joe Lizzerd ran across one such tour offered, and for our Aussie visitors, here are the 9 most popular places they take their customers, with a brief description of each. And at the end, there are some ‘customer testimonials’ from their satisfied Aussie customers!

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Silverlake Vineyard, One of Beautiful Attractions in Pattaya

The Silverlake Vineyard is one of those ‘must see’ attractions in Pattaya, it is conveniently situated next to the famous laser sculptured Buddha image at Khao Chi Chan mountain, so it is obvious you must see these two attractions in one trip. You will probably spend more time at the Silver Lake vineyard as there is much more to see and it covers a very big area.

The garden area is what makes Silver Lake Vineyard famous, there are wonderful landscapes for you to enjoy. Simply put, you go here for the view. We were here on 31 October 2011 and later we came back on 10 September 2012. I must admit that a lot has changed in less than one year.

Published in Our Favorite Places
Saturday, 25 May 2013 09:38

Internet Service in Pattaya

Internet Service in Pattaya

Most of Joe Lizzerd’s prospective customers ask about internet service in Pattaya, as this has become the most popular form of communication for both personal and business purposes.

When living in Pattaya you will find that it is fairly easy to get broadband internet services although services are very limited in rural areas. Research shows that in many areas, dial-up internet is the most common source of internet services.

Published in Sport & Leisure

Turner Broadcasting Presents the Cartoon Network’s First Themed-Waterpark in Pattaya in 2013

Sunny Saha, senior vice president and managing director, Turner Broadcasting System Asia Pacific, Inc., has recently announced, "We are very proud to have Thailand as the spectacular backdrop for the world's first Cartoon Network-themed Waterpark. Thailand's reputation as the Land of Smiles and perfect weather will ensure a memorable visit for guests of all ages."

The water park will feature attractions including a gigantic family wave pool, a winding adventure river, speed-racing slides, family raft rides and one of the world’s largest interactive water play fortresses for kids. The Phase 1 will cover 14 acres of coastal plains in Bang Saray and is expecting to attract up to 800,000 visitors a year when fully operational.

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