Pattaya organizes Amazing Seafood Festival 2019

Pattaya organizes Amazing Seafood Festival 2019

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CHONBURI, 11 May 2019 (NNT) - State and private sectors in Pattaya City have joined hands to boost Gastronomy Tourism in the low-season by organizing seafood events along the northern beach.

 

The Amazing Pattaya Seafood Festival 2019 is being staged for the fourth time by the Pattaya Business and Tourism Association in cooporation with Chonburi Tourism and Sports Office, Tourism Authority of Thailand, Chonburi Provincial Administrative Organization and Pattaya City jointly supported by the private sector, hotel businesses, and restaurants as well as local communities in order to promote tourism in Pattaya City.

 

The festival also has promoted Gastronomy Tourism of Pattaya City in line with Thailand’s tourism policy. Tourists can enjoy the Seafood Market by buying fresh seafood and having a chef cook it for free as well as offer an arrangement of more than 1,500 seats on the beach with a free concert as well.

 

There are also over 150 booths selling delicious food and beverages from leading hotels and local stores in Pattaya. The amazing Pattaya Seafood Festival 2019 is being held from 10th to12th May 2019 at Northern Beach in Pattaya from 15.00 – 24.00 hrs.

 

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