Murphy’s Law Paddy’s Day Parade 17th March 2014.
Murphy’s Law Paddy’s Day Parade 17th March 2014.

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The fun of Paddy’s Day Parade in Pattaya with Murphy’s Law Irish Pub, Soi LK Metro, It will be a Great Craic.

Pattaya boasts an array of parades throughout the year but perhaps none more as fun and filled with Guinness and other such alcoholic delights as the Paddy’s Parade.

A number of entertainment and sporting activities will go on throughout the week prior to commemorating the big day on Sunday 17th March, the official Saint Patrick’s Day with a parade through Pattaya! Where is this unique marathon happening?

2 pm @ Alcazar on 2nd Road is the starting point of this parade, which will take you on to beach road and then finishing at school number 8 in South Pattaya.

Recommended Pubs to Visit During the Paddy’s Day celebration!!

Dicey Reillys Pub & Eatery, Second Road
Shenanigans Jomtien
Murphys Law, Soi LK
Punch & Judy, Soi 8 off Thepprassit Road
Lion Pub, Soi 17 off Third Road
Sportsman Soi 13
Robins Nest, Soi Diana Inn
Paddys Palm, near White Sands, Koh Chang

So what is St Patricks Day?

St. Patrick’s Day is a cultural and religious holiday celebrated on the 17th of March, and named in honour of the patron saint of Ireland. The festival commemorates the arrival of Christianity in Ireland, as well as celebrating Irish heritage and culture. St. Patrick’s Day is now celebrated by many people throughout the world, Irish and non-Irish alike, with food, drink. The most common St Patrick’s Day symbol is the shamrock. The shamrock is the leaf of the clover plant and a symbol of the Holy Trinity. Many people choose to wear the colour green and the flag of the Republic of Ireland is often seen in St Patrick’s Day parades around the world. Irish brands of drinks are popular at St Patrick’s Day events.

Take a look below at last year’s video to get you in the mood of this fantastic event!!


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