Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden is a 500-acre botanical garden. A tourist attraction at kilometer 163 on Sukhumvit Road in Chonburi Province, Thailand.
Nongnooch Gardens opened to the public in 1980. They added a Thai cultural show and elephant show within the theater.
Nongnooch Gardens is a top-rated tourist attraction with an area of over 1, 700 rai. More than 5,000 people visit each day. The garden has also been recognized as one of the top ten most beautiful gardens in the world. It can be reached via bus, taxi, or private land transportation.
The Sanctuary of Truth Museum is a gigantic all wood construction located at Rachvate cape of Naklua Pattaya City. A must visit a place and the only one all wood sculpture building in the whole world. The Sanctuary of Truth Museum depicts art that represents the philosophy of life. There are stories and information behind every carving. You can spend your day walking and learning in and out of the wooden castle. Various activities are offered for the tourist who is looking for fun and adventures. You will see local plays, martial arts – Thai dances, sword fighting, Thai boxing, etc.
Better known as Big Buddha Hill, Wat Phra Yai is located at the center of Pattaya. It is an obligatory stop on your first trip to Pattaya—regardless of how many WATS (temples you have visited. Atop a grand staircase flanked by massive double dragons running down the handrails are the 18 m golden Phra Buddha Sukhothai Walai Chonlathan. Make sure to remove your shoes before stepping on the top pavilion and to be respectful to all the worshipers. This is an active place of worship first and tourist attraction second. Surrounding the Big Buddha are seven smaller Buddhas, each one representing a different day of the week.
Family-friendly Art in Paradise is an illusion art museum and the perfect place for fun photo ops. Art in Paradise is the first 3D-shaped museum in Thailand, located in Pattaya. It started operations on May 2, 2012. An area of 5,800 square meters was being created to be the largest 3D museum in the world.
This museum was founded by Chin Jae Yeol and 11 other partners. They jointly invest more than 50 million Baht to create a museum to allow visitors to enjoy the art. All works were created by the painter. All 12 Korean people who can create stunning 3D illusions so that visitors can have fun and experiences with 3D art images
Mini Siam is a famous miniature park attraction in Pattaya, Chonburi, Thailand. The model town is located on Sukhumvit Road. At 143 km. Beyond the Naklua Market intersection, approximately 500 meters is a collection of historic sites. Places such as the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Bridge over the River Kwai, Rama 9 Bridge, Phimai Castle, etc. There is also a mini European architectural model. You can also find models of Europe, America, Eiffel Tower, Statue of Peace, Grand Canyon, etc.
Underwater World is a leisure attraction showcasing the rich variety of marine life found around the region. Located at South Pattaya it complements the many other educational programs and recreational activities available at this beautiful oceanic scenery.
No more searching, no more chasing or hoping to see shark and ray. Experience and interact while they swim right beside you. With your diving instructor next to you at all times to ensure your safety that may occur while diving.
Kids will enjoy education programs with an unforgettable experience. They will encounter face to face with a diversity of aquatic animals and their living environment.
The Sriracha Tiger Zoo is in Sri Racha, a city on the outskirts of Pattaya, Chonburi Province, Thailand. It is about 97 km from Bangkok. The zoo claims a population of 200 tigers and around 10,000 crocodiles, the largest such populations in the world. The zoo offers daily tiger, elephant, crocodile and pig shows.
Khao Chi Chan Buddha or Big Buddha Mountain is around 35 minutes driving from the center of the Pattaya. Khao Chi Chan is a famous place as it features a giant sculptural image of Lord Buddha erected on the giant cliff. The image of Buddha sat cross-legged. One hand resting on his knee and the other in his lap is engraved into the northern face of Khao Chi Chan. The solitary limestone hill was once used to supply the local construction industry with materials.
A creative place with a large collection of teddy bears posed in playful scenes, plus a gift shop. The museum has been designed as a dragon boat as large as 40 meters with a Korean designer who builds this Museum. It is the first museum in Southeast Asia which was located on an area over 2,500 square meters. The museum is divided into 12 zones as follows.
The Elephant Village was opened in Pattaya in 1973 as a sanctuary for former working elephants. These elephants, through reasons of injury or ill health, cannot be used for heavy work in the jungles. Also because of their diminishing habitat, it is no longer possible to return them to the wild. The Elephant Village provides these magnificent creatures a place, where they can live their life with dignity and freedom. A visit to the Elephant Village is not a unique experience, but it is also a lifesaver. The fees paid by our visitors contribute to, the very survival of the elephants, both now and in the future.
Enjoy riding an elephant through beautiful farmland and combine trekking which lasts about three and a half hours. Other activities include ATV Riding, Ox-Cart riding, Elephant Show and Rafting.
The most exciting and attractive place in Pattaya where you can feel, touch, hug and take photos with tigers. They have tiger trainers staying with you in the cage all the time to make you feel safe. The trainers will try to position the tiger so that you feel comfortable and take the right photograph.
Tiger Park was opened with an initiative of conserving Panthera tigers in Thailand and also to let the customers have an exciting and wonderful moment with tigers. Tiger Park does not raise the tigers to sell or to exchange with other wildlife animals. The goal is to ensure that all tigers will live in natural environments that make them feel safe, happy, and comfortable.
Pattaya Dolphin World is the first dolphin show in Pattaya, where you can meet your favorite adorable and intelligent dolphins. At Pattaya Dolphin World, you will be amazed by the dolphins’ exciting performance. You can choose your preferable show schedule available at 11.00, 13.00, 15.00 and 17.00 hrs. Choose from various packages with exciting adventure activities like ATV, horse riding, rock climbing, and shooting gallery.
Pattaya Viewpoint (Khao Pattaya View Point) on Pratumnak Hill is the best viewpoint in the region and the place to visit day or night to get that classic shot of Pattaya’s sweeping, crescent bay. Any time day or night, this hillside viewpoint offers panoramic views of Pattaya and Jomtien but it is best visited in the late afternoon or early evening when the changing lights enhance this already amazing sight, and best of all, it’s absolutely free.
Home to world-class attractions and museums, which comprises of 7 attractions in one place? Ripley’s Believe It or Not! The auditorium is a world-famous family-oriented walk through tourist attraction that originated in the U.S.A. The museum houses more than 300 unique collections of oddities and it presents a careful balance between the strange, the shocking, and the beautiful.
The price varies on what combination of attractions you choose.
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