Pattaya Bikini Run highlights year-end festivities

The sensational Pattaya Bikini Run will be held on October 31.

An annual YWCA charity run kicks off a schedule of weekend events Pattaya is rolling out to drive domestic tourism.

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Seree Jumpangan, Pattaya’s director of Tourism and Sports, announced the year-end events calendar Sept. 16 at the Sunshine Garden Resort.

The Loy Krathong festival falls on Sunday Nov. 1.

The YWCA Bangkok-Pattaya Center’s Loma Run will take place Sept. 27 in Jomtien Beach. The walk-run starts on Yinyom Beach and ends at the second boat ramp near the Najomtien Subdistrict border.

The Eastern Region Classic Cars Show on Walking Street will be held the same day.

October will see the Pattaya Bikini Run, Halloween and Loy Krathong fall on the same weekend Oct. 30-Nov. 1.

The Pattaya International Fireworks Festival is set for Nov. 27-28 and the Rotary International charity walk-run on Nov. 29.

The International Fireworks Festival will be held on Nov 27-28.

In December, the Pattaya Music Festival is set for Dec. 11-12 while the Naklua Walk-Eat kicks off for the 2020-21 season on Dec. 19.

The city closes the year with the annual Pattaya Countdown Dec. 29-31.

A file photo shows foreign tourists participation in the romantic Loy Krathong festival last year. We really hope international tourists will be able to come to Thailand this year in time for the festivities.


Last year Pattaya beach was swarming with runners of all genders in their colorful bikinis and swimsuits.