Pattaya: The Good, The Bad & The Other by Tony Crossley
An All-Sides Look at Thailand's Capital of Fun
Includes a Comprehensive Guide
Few holiday resorts in the world can have caused such polarised views as Thailand's Pattaya, and be an idea of the place good or bad once one has been there, it is difficult for most people to ignore. As to the other, whether that is good or bad is a matter for debate. Is Pattaya's notoriety deserved? Does it rival the biblical Sodom and Gomorrah, as much comment about the place suggests?
The objective of this book is to take a balanced all-sides look at not just Pattaya, its attractions (of various sorts) and some of the people who favour the place, but also to examine the pros & cons of expat life and, particularly, how Thai ways compare to Western traits. Certainly it is the case that Pattaya's uniqueness in a certain sphere means that the contents herein have relevance that extends far beyond the resort, and perhaps even in the world's highest corridors of power.
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