Sukhumvit Road Market Naklua is a big and busy market which appears on a nightly basis and occasionally during the day too.
The Avenue Shopping Mall is a popular alternative to the larger indoor malls found in Pattaya, with a modern, open-air design, some great value factory outlet stores and range of entertainment options.
Soi Buakhao Market is among the busiest and most popular local markets in Pattaya. Taking place every Tuesday and Friday, it offers a great range of products at equally great prices and it is one of the best places in town to look for souvenirs.
If you have to buy any type of computer gear, smartphone, Thai SIM card, or just about any other type of personal electronics or IT product you can think of – head on over to Tukcom Pattaya.
Considered as one of the best malls for shopping in the beach town, this open-design mall with a leafy courtyard was earlier known as Central Centre in Pattaya.
Pattaya Night Bazaar is a comfortable, covered and air-conditioned recreation of a Thai street market. Primarily targeting the tourist market, it is a good place to stock up on souvenirs and summer clothes without suffering the endurance test which many of the other markets in Pattaya often become.
Thepprasit Road Night Market is amongst the most popular of the local bazaars in Pattaya.
Mike Shopping Mall is synonymous with great value basics such as swim suits and printed tees, alongside some classic (some might say predictable) souvenirs: Buddha images, carved elephants and fairy lights.
The Factory Outlet Mall in Pattaya was the first of its kind in Thailand, offering big discounts on popular high street fashion brands for tourists and locals alike.
Covering an area of 100,000sqm, the Four Regions Floating Market is separated into four sections – each representing and selling items from the four major parts of Thailand (north, northeast, central and south).
Royal Garden Plaza was the originator of the ‘entertainment mall’ concept in Pattaya, bringing together family attractions and activities, a selection of restaurants, and international brand shopping, and it is still a blast of fresh, air-conditioned air to the beach city’s shopping scene.