Nowhere does Halloween better than Pattaya

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Some of the sexy/spooky devils and corpses seen at the Salsa Halloween party in the Holiday Inn Pattaya.  Nowhere does Halloween better than Fun City, with the many entertainment venues and great party atmosphere here.  This year didn’t disappoint, as nearly the entire town was transformed into a ghoulish, frightening, crazy recreation of one big monster mash.

Halloween a thriller in Pattaya

Halloween isn’t native to Thailand, but Pattaya has embraced the western tradition like a big scary monster, with ghouls and goblins taking over the bodies of party lovers for one night a year.

Walking Street was Ground Zero for the zombies and witches with both tourists and locals putting on elaborate makeup to look as scary as possible Oct. 31.

Some of the sexy/spooky devils and corpses seen at the Salsa Halloween party in the Holiday Inn Pattaya.  Nowhere does Halloween better than Fun City, with the many entertainment venues and great party atmosphere here.  This year didn’t disappoint, as nearly the entire town was transformed into a ghoulish, frightening, crazy recreation of one big monster mash.Some of the sexy/spooky devils and corpses seen at the Salsa Halloween party in the Holiday Inn Pattaya.  Nowhere does Halloween better than Fun City, with the many entertainment venues and great party atmosphere here.  This year didn’t disappoint, as nearly the entire town was transformed into a ghoulish, frightening, crazy recreation of one big monster mash.

Bars and clubs were full of creatures, monsters and ghosts, with nearly every venue hosting special parties.

Many hotels threw their own spooky-themed parties, offering customers a great night of entertainment and fun.

The Holiday Inn Pattaya hosted a “Salsa Halloween Party” in the Havana Bar where many creatures were found on the dance floor. As a highlight, Pattaya dance studio performers put on a zombie dance to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller”.

Sue with Eva, Od and Mary were a scary sight at Mood.

At the Centara Grand Mirage Beach Resort, there was a family party at the Zulu pub. Prizes were offered for the best ghostly costume, as well as the ugliest and scariest. The 345-baht entry fee included soft drinks and snacks.

The Hard Rock Pattaya put on its “Spooky Forest” shindig, with promotional drinks and food on offer.

Of course, Pattaya’s biggest haunt, Ripley’s Believe It or Not! The Royal Garden Plaza had its biggest day of the year. Its Haunted Adventure held the finale of the special “Horrors of Prison” exhibition.

Scary devilish Thai ghosts on Walking Street.

There also was a costume contest offering cash and other prizes. The museum also painted faces, recommended costumes and sold masks and get ups for as little as 350 baht.

The ‘Funky Dead’ performance to ‘Thriller’ was one of the highlights of the evening at the Holiday Inn.

‘Pred’, long legged Ghoulies creep along Walking Street.

Mummies on Walking Street turned out to be more camera friendly than scary.

Two bar staff dress up as ‘Mae Nak’ – a well-known female Thai ghost.

Bar staff pose as the 5 dead sisters.

Three skeleton girls were having a spooktacular good time.

Families in charming costumes enjoyed taking photos at Royal Cliff’s “Ghosts @ the Cliff” Halloween Party.

Door staff at Zulu Pub at Centara Grand Mirage Beach Resort welcomed guests in a spooky way.

The Joker rules!

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