Penny’s is located just 2 hours South East of Bangkok on the Gulf of Thailand in the sleepy town of Ban Chang. Ban Chang benefits from having nice beaches, good weather all year round and peace and quiet! If you crave action we are just 30 minutes from either Pattaya or Rayong and all the attractions these cities have to offer such as historic temples, Floating market, zoos, water parks, bars cinemas and nightlife! Ban Chang has it’s fair share of attractions and has many Western style bars and restaurants, as well as famous beach side seafood restaurants!
Located in the sleepy town of Ban Chang, Penny’s Resort is 30 minutes drive to Pattaya City and all it’s attractions, such as wildlife parks, tiger zoo, mini golf, golf carting, botanical gardens, cinema, shopping malls and floating market. There are too many attractions to list!
In addition, Ban Chang has many local attractions, such as a large Vineyard (Silverlake), a huge Golden Buddha carved into a mountain, many temples, a Long Neck village, elephant trekking, ATV park and a Chinese museum. There are also many quiet and clean beaches around Ban Chang and many islands that can be explored from local Sattahip Fishing Village, such as a turtle Sanctuary.
Ban Chang has a good selection of restaurants and bars and there is a great variety of food on offer. You can enjoy German, French, Italian, Japanese, Steak and traditional English food as well as great traditional Thai food. At Penny’s we can offer you home cooked food and specialty spicy Thai Issan dishes, as well as traditional Western food such as cakes, pies, pasta and the traditional English Breakfast!
Ban Chang has a large Tesco supermarket, food halls and plenty of markets to explore shopping and many places selling traditional Thai ‘Khanom’ sweets. You can also enjoy visiting the many fishing parks, golf courses, parks and temples and enjoy interacting with the local people who are very friendly!
Should you wish to enjoy the nightlife, Ban Chang has nightclubs, Western ‘pubs’ and Thai style karaoke bars as well as coffee shops and live music open well into the night!
Local Pala Beach is pictured below. It boasts a quiet temple and traditional fishing village, with a long sandy beach where you can eat locally caught seafood and enjoy the uninterrupted scenery.