Pattaya is gearing up for a series of exciting events throughout January to celebrate the Year of the Dragon. These events cater to the diverse tastes and preferences of both locals and visitors.
The festivities kicked off on January 1 with a unique tradition of offering dry food alms to 19 monk images from nine different temples. This auspicious event took place at Wat Chai Mongkol Temple, Naklua Park, and Jomtien Beach Road, with the aim of bringing good fortune and blessings to the participants and the city.
For food lovers, the 15th Naklua Market Walk & Eat Festival 2024, held on January 6-7 and 13-14, promises to be a gastronomic delight. Visitors can indulge in local flavors and specialties of Pattaya as they flock to Naklua Market Street to enjoy a variety of dishes and snacks.
Adventure enthusiasts should not miss the Pattaya Watersport Festival 2024, which features local jet-ski and speedboat races from January 5 to 7. Taking place at the Jomtien Beach Water Sport Center, spectators can witness thrilling displays of skill and speed on the water.
On January 13, Pattaya celebrates National Children’s Day, dedicated to the happiness and well-being of the city’s young residents. The Pattaya City Hall organizes a day of fun activities, games, contests, gifts, and entertainment for children to enjoy.
If you’re interested in water sports, the SUP Pattaya Championships 2024 on January 27-28 will showcase intense competitions in stand-up paddleboarding. Top athletes will demonstrate their skills on the water at the Jomtien Beach Water Sport Center.
Lastly, for fishing enthusiasts, the Pattaya Fishing Games 2024 on January 29-30 offer an exciting experience in the tranquil Pattaya Bay. Held at the Jomtien Beach Water Sport Center, participants and onlookers can enjoy the thrill of the competition.
Pattaya’s events in January provide a range of cultural, culinary, and sporting experiences for locals and tourists alike.
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