Islands in and around Pattaya
Restaurants in Pattaya
Koh Larn (Coral Island)

Coral Island is the largest of the islands which can be reached from Bali Hai Pier and is the only one with a resident population. There are a few small hotels, both in the village around the main pier - Na Ban - and around the larger of the island’s beaches. There are six main beaches: Samae, Tien and Tawaen beaches all have accommodation options while Naul, Tonglang and Tayaiy beaches have bars and restaurants.

Coral Island has a small network of paved roads and plenty of songtaews and motorbike taxis to get you around the best beaches. There is a regular ferry between Bali Hai Pier and Na Ban, which takes about 35 minutes and 30 baht per person each way.

Koh Sak

Once a private resort visited by the rich and famous, the U-shaped island has very little more than two beautiful beaches with a path between them. The northern beach, on the inside of the crescent of land, is about 250m long and very popular for sunbathing and swimming and even has a few small restaurants. Diving tours regularly visit the coral reefs and the artificial shipwreck nearby. If you want to take a trip through history, walk along the path through the middle of the island, where you will find footprints left in concrete by famous feet, including Neil Armstrong’s just a few months after he came back from the moon!

The only way to reach Koh Sak is by speedboat charter from Bali Hai Pier.

becoming more cosmopolitan


Pattaya offers a ton of choice for entertainment and fun which concentrates in South Pattaya and Central Pattaya