North Pattaya is a little quieter than its southern counterparts, and it has more up-market options when it comes to accommodation and dining. Visitors pamper themselves at Dhevanrana Spa or settle into comfortable hangouts like Henry J Bean’s Bar and Grill, Mumaroi Restaurant or Soi 6 Corner Bar . Accommodation in North Pattaya includes many three- and four-star resorts on the waterfront. This is also where to find Pattaya International Hospital, which is increasingly popular with medical tourists.
There’s still a roaring night scene, and North Pattaya has its share of go-go clubs and beer bars that cater to western men and expatriates. One of the quirkiest attractions in North Pattaya is the 'Les Girls' cabaret performance. These are lively and admittedly entertaining, and venues like Tiffany’s Show (near Carrefour Central Pattaya) and Alcazar attract large groups of domestic tourists.
North Pattaya has plenty of toned-down entertainment complexes to round out the experience. The World Gems Collection is of interest to more than gem buyers, while OTOP Center is an ideal place to shop for locally made products. Other museums and boutiques are in the Pattaya Bazaar off Pattaya Nuea Road.
There are dozens of places for shopping here. Central Festival Center and Pattaya Klang Market are the busiest, but there are just as many convenience markets like Tesco Lotus Express or TOP Supermarket Central. These are convenient places to pick up essentials while based in one of the hotels in North Pattaya.