Pattaya, part of the Chonburi province, is a beach resort city in Thailand about 100 kilometers south-east of Bangkok. Pattaya City is the center of the Pattaya Chonburi Metropolitan Area and has a total population of about 1 million people.
Pattaya has a reputation as a sex tourist destination. Note that prostitution in Thailand is illegal, but tolerated. The city has a vast number of host bars, go-go bars, massage parlors, saunas, and hourly hotels, especially prominent in the so-called Walking Street, but also in other areas. Pattaya also boasts Asia’s largest gay scene and is famous for its cabaret shows where transsexual and transgender entertainers perform.
The Thai government has made (and is still making) many efforts to clean up the image of the city, and make it a “family destination.” To be clear, Pattaya certainly isn’t a “sex-city.” Many interesting activities are offered like golf, go-kart racing, theme parks and zoos. One can think about the Elephant Village, the Sri Racha Tiger Zoo, tourist submarine trips, a Tropical Botanical Garden, the Million Years Stone Park, Pattaya Park Beach Resort Water Park, Funny Land Amusement Park, Siriporn Orchid Farm, Silverlake Winery, Pattaya Crocodile Farm, Underwater World Pattaya, the Thai Alangkarn Theater, museums, and so on, and so on.
Besides the man-made adventurous attractions there are an abundance of natural and cultural beauties to be found such as of course the sea, beaches and islands near by, lush hills and forests, parks, lakes and Buddhist temples.
Anyway, sure… when it comes to Thai Massage parlors — there’s no end to it in Pattaya. However, in contrast, Thai Massage schools are scarce. But if you spend your holidays in Pattaya and want to learn Thai Massage, it’s certainly possible.
Here below you’ll find a list of Thai Massage schools available in Pattaya that offer Thai Massage training courses.