The night of the living dead? Oooo, scary, scary. Ghosts, zombies, goblins and the walking dead took over Walking Street on Saturday, Oct. 30 in preparation for Halloween the following night. This year’s celebration was the biggest yet, with a city sponsored parade and costume contest.
Nearly the entire beach resort turned into a monster’s bash last weekend when the city sponsored Halloween party kicked off Saturday, Oct. 30.
After a ghoulish parade from Walking Street in South Pattaya to Soi 6 in North Pattaya, many of the costumed partiers gathered at the fair grounds on Beach Road to celebrate Halloween and welcome in the tourist season.
Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome said the event, organized jointly by the city and province, was meant to be a warm up to welcome tourists before the Loy Krathong holiday on November 21. It was the second year the city has organized the event.
The weekend kicked off with the parade on Saturday night, Oct 30, with events staged on Beach Road near the Hard Rock Hotel, and at the fairgrounds in North Pattaya, featuring Halloween decorations and a costume contest.
Partygoers were also treated to concerts by GM Grammy artists Potato, Klear, Zeal, Super Sub, Maha Chamroen, and Pay Ground.
The party continued Sunday night, Oct. 31, as true Halloween night was celebrated wildly at bars and nightclubs throughout the city.
Help me please… I’m so cold.
Trick or treat!
Ghoulish dancers spook the crowd.
Hey Linus, the Great Pumpkin made it to Pattaya Beach!
Hundreds of walking dead suddenly appeared on Walking Street, horrifying all in their path.
Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome is surrounded by zombies. Is there any hope for his survival!?