As you know, Pattaya is a paradise for water sports when traveling to Thailand. If you are going to participate in these sports, you should remember some of the following pocketbooks, to help you have moments of safe, fun entertainment.
1. Scuba diving
Follow everything the instructor has told you. Do not dive in swirling waters. There are several beach courses in Pattaya, lasting from 1 to 4 days, depending on your requirements and the type of scuba diving you want. Islands far from the coast are usually quieter, but you should not surf on speedboats near the coast of Pattaya.
Follow the basic rules, like not swimming in rough, remote seas, it is best to swim in areas where the coast rescue force.
You can fish at local fishing parks with all kinds of fish. Some fishing parks will charge a fee based on the number of kilos of fish you catch, if you want to bring booty back. To catch big fish, you have to go to the Mekong. These fishing programs are organized by many travel companies.
4. Parachute pull
Must follow all instructions whether you are new to the game or proficient. Do not play this sport when it is windy, so your tugboat may tip over the sea. Safety is the deciding factor for you to play this sport. If you are a first time player, or accompanied by experienced players, guides.
5. Water skiing
The best water skiing is the windsurfing area near Sukhumvit, this is a place for beginners to practice this sport.
October to June is the best time for windsurfing. You can take part in competitions taking place here organized by Pattaya Windsurfing Club.
Do not sail on windy days, very dangerous. Most sails are small boats. Make sure you have control of these sad boats when you leave the beach.