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Is there a public pool in Central Pattaya, ideally at least 25m for length swimming?

Or maybe a hotel with a suitable pool that will let non-residents in?

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I think they are mainly 'leisure' pools rather than for swimming lengths.

"Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans."

 

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Thanks david555

I'd seen this one but couldn't see any way to swim lengths there?

Looking for something with straight edges & a defined length! 

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Neither are in Central Pattaya, but Pattaya Water Park has a lap pool and the pool at Fairtex is meant to be good.

Sorry, don't know costs.

"Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans."

 

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Thanks davidge.

Fairtex looks like a decent option.

No problem.

 

If you try it, you should post about it on here so others have an idea what it's like :-)

A few BM's have asked about pools recently.

"Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans."

 

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Thanks david555

I'd seen this one but couldn't see any way to swim lengths there?

Looking for something with straight edges & a defined length! 

So this is more what you need  I guess..., but this Jomtien Paradise Building is at far end Jomt.Beach rd. ,but to get an idea of the type I would do ..?  Or else maybe later if Pattaya mayor decides to try to get the Olympics here ... :GoldenSmile1:  :GoldenSmile1:

I knew people could come swim there after passing the reception for a fee ...

 

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There is a very big one called "Talay" next to "Chai-haat".

 

Any local will be able to point out the way.

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There is a very big one called "Talay" next to "Chai-haat".

 

Any local will be able to point out the way.

Thanks Bonkabit - can you give me an idea where that is please?

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Thanks Bonkabit - can you give me an idea where that is please?

 

Talay - Sea

Chaihat - Beach

 

Wouldn't recommend it.

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Just go up Mikes for 100 Baht. Way long enough not to have to worry about straight lines. Will be up there myself every few days for next 2 months

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Father Ray Foundation has a nice 25m pool for lap swimming at a fair price, 60B/day or 900B/month.

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There are two other pools that allow paid access.  Tims hotel and the hard rock hotel.

 

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thanks very good information  this "Father Ray Foundation" swimming pool , i was many times looking for decent swimming pool, and only found fairtex and cost me around 5000 a month..

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