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Pattaya: Things To See & Do

 

 

Monument of Thao Suranaree
Western City Gate (Chum Phon)
Wat Phra narai Maharaj
Korat Night Bazar
Mahaweerawong National Museum

 

Bung Ta lau Park
Phi Mai Historical Park

 

 

Beaches

Being close to the sea, the adjoining beaches of Pattaya City, from Naklua Bay to Wong Phrachan (Crescent Moon) and Wong Amat beaches in the north down to Jomtien beach in the south, cover a total length of about 15 km. But only the area of Pattaya Bay plays an important role in the tourism aspect, and this area is called "Pattaya Beach". Starting from Dusit Resort Hotel in the area called North Pattaya to the small hill in the South, Pattaya beach and its parallel beach road is about 3 kilometres long.

 


 

Elephant Village

The national symbol of Thailand, these amazing animals have been part of Thai culture for centuries. Demonstrations of training methods and ancient ceremonial re-enactments plus entertaining performances and wild elephant round-ups daily between 2:30 and 4:00.

 


Underwater World Pattaya

The largest and most modern ocean aquarium in Asia. Walk through an undersea world in the 100-metre-long, 6.4-centimeter-thick Plexiglas tunnel and view a unique underwater world filled with dozens of marine species. Discover more than 4,000 marine animals, in the aquarium. Open daily from 9a.m. – 6p.m.

 


Alangkarn

A huge Vegas style extravaganza. The 75-minute cultural performance explores Thailand’s history through a multi media, multi-dimension presentation with laser show, surrounds sound system, over 150 performers plus elephants and special effects. The huge air-conditioned theatre holds seats for 2,000 visitors. Shows every evening at 8.45p.m. Optional dinners available.

 


Mini Siam

Located near Pattaya Klang, this miniature city with more than 100 models on a scale of 1:25, has replicas of 80 sacred places and important historical sites around Thailand. Models include the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, the Bridge over the River Kwai, the Golden Stupa and Pimai Khmer Sanctuary. There are also models of the Eiffel Tower, the Statue of Liberty, London's Tower Bridge, and the Trevi Fountain.

 


Golden Buddha on Pratamnak Hill

A must for everyone visiting Pattaya to see the big Golden Buddha

 



Khao Kheow Open Zoo

2,000 acres of beautiful forest with a zoo, bird aviary and waterfalls. This excellent organizion is under Royal Patronage and makes a superb day trip.

 


Nong Nooch Tropical Garden

welcome escape from the frenetic activity of a beach resort. Stroll among a dazzling array of orchids, unusual tropical plants, ferns and manmade waterfalls. Watch elephants play and even contest them in a tug-of-war. See cultural presentations, dances, martial arts, handicraft making; or take a dip in their pool. The gardens have a restaurant and accommodations

 


The Million Years Stone Park and Pattaya Crocodile Farm

Covering an area of close to 40 acres, the compound comprises rock gardens and a botanical garden of rare plants and beautifully landscapes. Top sights include fossilized plants over a million years in age and a 200-year-old Thai style bonsai, plus dwarf horses, ostrich, crocodile pools and a collection of rare animals such as albino bears. Crocodile round-ups, magic and animal performances are also major attractions.

 


Ripley's Believe It or Not Museum

Situated on the third floor of the Royal Garden Plaza, Beach Road. A display of Mr. Ripley's collection of curious objects from every comer of the world. Some of them being the actual item, others are replicas. These extraordinary objects are divided into over 250 categories, such as optical illusions, peculiar lifestyle of unusual people and devices of human torture from ancient time, etc. Open daily from 10a.rn.-12 midnight. Further inquiries may be made by calling (038) 710294-8.

 


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