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View Talay 5 Condominium
Buy condo - Prices start from 2.79 million Thai Baht.
Rent condo Jomtien - from 18,000 Thai Baht per month.
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View Talay 5 is located in Jomtien in a fantastic location, right on Dongtan Beach, the opposite end of Jomtien Beach to View Talay 1 and View Talay 2. The Condominium consists of two buildings, C and D, was completed in 2007 and has private beach access. Dongtan beach is very well maintained and one of the quietest beaches in Pattaya due to no traffic being allowed on the small road next to it between 10am and 5pm, making this an ideal place to spend a quiet day relaxing in a beach chair.
Each building has its own communal swimming pool with poolside restaurant, and also benefit from 24 hour gated security, CCTV, electronic key card access and covered parking. You will find many small business and shops on the ground floor of each building, including mini marts, beauty salons, spas, laundry services and internet cafes to cater for your needs. You will also find restaurants and bars in the complex.
There is a supermarket in close proximity to the complex along with plenty of restaurants, bars and shops catering for locals and tourists giving you plenty of choice. You can also find a host of beauty salons, massage parlors, convenience stores and fresh food markets.
From here there is easy access to Pattaya City on the Baht bus, the main route running up Jomtien Beach Road, where the complex is located, and will take you to the center of the city in around 10 minutes.
Jomtien is a quieter beach area to the south of Pattaya with a fantastic 6 km long sandy beach. Food and drinks can be purchased from the vendors directly on the beach for you to enjoy your ocean side meal. You can also enjoy many water sports on the beach including scuba diving, wind surfing, banana boating, parasailing, jet skiing and deep sea fishing to name a few. Trips to the scenic islands in the bay are also available.
Jomtien offers numerous restaurants allowing you to choose from a variety of international cuisines and traditional Thai dishes. Although quieter than Pattaya, Jomtien does have a wide and varied nightlife, including sports bars, music, cabaret and family orientated establishments - there is plenty of entertainment on offer and something for everyone.
In the area you can also find beauty salons, massage parlors where you can enjoy relaxation treatments and traditional Thai massages, a range of shops and markets offering items such as clothing, souvenirs and fresh fruit and vegetables.
There are also two night markets in Jomtien, one being located on Beach Road which is open every night and popular for its many cheap food stalls. The other is Thepprasit Night Market, which is held every Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings and well worth a visit - this is one of Pattaya's largest markets with many stalls offering a variety of wares and a large food area where you can sample a huge range of delicious authentic Thai street food.
Jomtien is a great base from which to explore Pattaya and its many attractions such as Pattaya Floating Market, Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden and the Sanctuary of Truth. A short ride on the Baht Bus from Jomtien Beach Road will take you into Central Pattaya, which offers an abundance of shops, restaurants and bars, a vibrant night life, plenty of tourist attractions to keep you entertained and 4 km of beach offering various water sports and trips to the nearby scenic island of Koh Larn (Coral Island) with it's white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters providing an excellent opportunity for snorkeling.
If you want to explore further afield there are many tourist agents offering a variety of day trips and excursions to attractions such as Angkor Wat in Cambodia, Bangkok, Erawan National Park and the Bridge over the River Kwai.