3,000 people set to join Pattaya Bikini Beach Race this Saturday

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Pattaya authorities expect to see over 3,000 runners participate in the upcoming Pattaya International Bikini Beach Race 2022 this weekend.

Fit or not, if you are in Pattaya or anywhere in Thailand or just planning to visit, you are more than welcome to attend this hot running event that will take place on the beach in front of Central Pattaya on Saturday, October 29th from 5:00 PM. Of course, registration is closed for new runners this close to the event but watching the event can be just as exciting if you didn’t register in time.

Pattaya City has collaborated with the Pattaya Business and Tourism Association to make this event happen. The starting point is located at the beach area in front of Central Pattaya Mall, stretching about five kilometers and lit up with lights across the beach.

It will be quite a trek, of course, but this is where the fun begins because all runners are encouraged to dress in their most desired outfit—bikinis, swimsuits, shorts, etc.—to make the running easier and fun. However, one does not have to dress up to attend.

And don’t be afraid about running alone because over 3,000 people, including net idols, celebrities, and social media influencers across Thailand are set to run shoulders to shoulders with you. And yes, The Pattaya News will be there too.

Again, the race will start on Saturday, October 29th on Pattaya Beach from 5PM. Don’t miss out on all the fun! There will also be food vendors and music for those not running nearby.

Correction: An original version of this article incorrectly stated that the event was on Sunday, October 29th at 5PM. Although the date and time is correct, that day is a Saturday. This has been corrected. We apologize for the inconvenience.


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