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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.

Arguably the most upmarket of the large shopping malls located in Pattaya, Central Festival is found on Pattaya Beach Road between Soi 9 and Soi 10.

Central Marina, formerly known as Central Centre, has recently undergone a major renovation and is now a far more welcoming and inviting place.

Another one of the newer additions, Harbour Mall can be found on Pattaya Klang and is a shopping centre with a difference.

Royal Garden Plaza is located between Pattaya Beach Road and Second Road. Here you will find numerous internationally branded shops and restaurants.

This will be the latest in a long line of shopping malls in Pattaya when it opens towards the end of 2018.

Note you must have an outbound flight ticket to shop at King Power.

This is the largest night market in Pattaya and one that attracts visitors from far and wide including Thais, expats, and tourists. Located at the Sukhumvit Road end of Thepprasit Road

The Avenue is located on Pattaya Second Road and is a far smaller shopping mall. You will find a selection of boutique shops, Villa Supermarket, and a gym. Alan Bolton Property Consultants are located here.

The Chilled can be found on Soi Khao Noi in East Pattaya and opened in December 2016. The flagship store is Tops Supermarket plus an array of shops and is an alternative to going into Central Pattaya.

Outlet Mall describes itself as being a ‘designer outlet’ although the prices are far from cheap. There is a good selection of shops and a reasonable amount of parking.

The Bay can be found on Pattaya Beach Road between Soi 5 and Soi 6. Currently, it has a number of empty units but you will find a large Starbucks and a Korean supermarket.