Pattaya Attractions A to Z

List of All Attractions in Pattaya by Alphabetical Order

Never miss out on what to see in Pattaya again. This comprehensive index of all must-see attractions is designed to help you plan your sightseeing activities even before you arrive. Simply browse through the list and pick the ones that are of interest to you. With all the major attractions in one place, you will end up saving so much time on your research.


Art in Paradise

Art in Paradise is a fun and fresh take on an art gallery that has closed the divide between art and spectator with three-dimensional paintings that are interactive and laugh-out-loud funny. Through clever use of shading and borders, artists have painted directly on to walls to create stunning images that trick our eyes into thinking animals are smashing through walls, friends are balancing over raging waterfalls and polar bears are stealing a sip of our coconut. The gallery has over 100 individual art pieces in ten themed sections, covering optical illusions, wild animals, nature, past civilisations and reproductions of classic art with witty additions such as bright pink nail polish on a pre-Raphaelite beauty, or a pencil added to the Mona Lisa so you can be Leanardo Da Vinci… for a second, at least. Read More...

Opening Hours: 09:00-21:00
Location: No. 78/34 Moo 9, Pattaya 2nd Road, Nong Prue, Banglamung, Chonburi 20150
Tel: 038 -424-500
Price Range: 500 Baht for Adults, 300 Baht for Children. (Thai Citizens 150 Baht)

Bali Hai Pier Pattaya

Bali Hai Pier in Pattaya is a central feature of the city, located at the end of Walking Street near the southern point of Pattaya Bay. It is a hive of activity, with endless day trippers on the way to nearby Koh Larn (Coral Island), scuba divers, fishing enthusiasts and even private charter boat trips. The jetty stretches quite far out into the bay and is lined on either side with boats of all descriptions. It can be seen clearly from Pattaya View Point and has now become a classic image of Pattaya itself. Read More...

Opening Hours: 24 hours
Location: Southern end of Walking Street, South Pattaya

Bottle Art Museum

The Bottle Art Museum is a quirky attraction displaying painstakingly constructed models of boats, houses and famous landmarks from all over the world. Here you will see scale models of windmills from Holland, ornate Japanese pagodas and more than a few boats from pretty much everywhere! Originally started by a Dutch expat bottle art enthusiast, the Bottle Art Museum has since outgrown its premises and been passed on to a new owner who moved the exhibition to its new home on Sukhumvit Road, in the grounds of Kingston Park school and technical college. Read More...

Location: 297/1-5, Sukhumvit Road, North Pattaya
Tel: +66 (0)-3842-2957


 

Fishing Villages

A wonderful day of exploration is to visit some nearby fishing villages, less then 20 minutes drive from Pattaya City. The fishing villages give a glimpse of what life in Pattaya must have been like 40 years ago. The villages of Bang Saray, Chong Samaesan and Ang Sila have some great beaches too, and the local community is friendly and hospitable. Boats can be rented for fishing or diving, and some good restaurants abound.

Location: along Sukhumvit Road

Khao Pattaya View Point

An asphalt road leads to the top of this small hill, from where you can enjoy a panoramic view of Pattaya City and the Bay area. The hilltop is also home to a sacred Buddha image at the Wat Khao Phra Bat temple and the Sor Tor Naval radio station.

Wat Khao Pra Baht was established by Phra Acarn Po and villagers in 1957 in the place where a relic of Buddha's foot is located, there are five Buddha images and it's a popular place for worshippers to pay respect. Read More...

Opening Hours: 07.30 A.M. to 21.00 P.M.
Location: Soi Rajchawaroon, Pratumnak Hill (Phra Bat Hill, between South Pattaya and Jomtien Beach)

The Million Years Stone Park & Crocodile Farm

One of Pattaya's favorite day-time attractions, the park covers a large area with rock gardens on beautifully landscaped grounds. Interesting sights include fossilised plants of more than a million years old, 200-year old Thai-style bonsai trees, crocodile pools and a collection of rare animals such as albino bears. Crocodile round-ups, magic shows and animal performances are also major attractions. Shows run six times a day from 11:00 – 17:00. 

Opening Hours: 08:00 – 18:00
Location: Chaiyaphonwithi Road on State Highway 3024

Mini Siam

This miniature city displays replicas of 100 sacred places and important historical sites around Thailand and some international attractions at a scale of 1 to 25. Highlights include the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Anantasamakhom Throne Hall, the Bridge over the River Kwae, the Sydney Opera House, the Eiffel Tower, the Statue of Liberty and London’s Tower Bridge. The Democracy Monument in Bangkok was the very first model built at Siam. Read More...

Opening Hours: 07:00 – 22:00
Location: On the left hand as you arrive in Pattaya from Sukhumvit Road
Tour Available: Mini Siam

Nong Nooch Tropical Garden & Cultural Village

Set in a 600-acre beautifully landscaped park, the village features orchid nurseries, a cactus garden and a man-made lake. Daily cultural shows include folk dances, traditional ceremonies, sword fighting, Thai boxing demonstrations and an elephant show. There are also two restaurants and crafts from all over Thailand are for sale. Read More...

Opening Hours: 09:00 – 17:00
Location: 34/1, Kilometer 163, Sukhumvit Highway
Tour Available: Nong Nooch Tropical Garden & Cultural Village

Pattaya Elephant Village

Delight in a wide range of shows and demonstration like elephant training techniques, bathing, traditional roundup methods and the highlight, the ‘Glong Sabad Chai’ (victory drums ceremony) with a war elephant. It’s a popular spot for Thai and foreign visitors alike. Elephant Village offers daily performances at 14:30 and elephant rides.  Read More...

Opening Hours: 10:00 – 17:00
Location: Pornprapanimitr Road, between Phanarak Park and Siam Country Club Golf Course

Pattaya Floating Market

Covering an area of 100,000sqm, the Four Regions Floating Market is separated into four sections – each representing and selling items from the four major parts of Thailand (north, northeast, central and south). Expect to find many eateries, fruit stalls, souvenir shops and some art galleries. There is also a cultural show every afternoon. Read More...

Pattaya Park

Pattaya Park, a landmark on Jomtien Beach, is best known for its 240-metre tall observation tower, which doubles as a jumping tower. The tower hosts three revolving restaurants serving international buffet, all with 360-degree views of Pattaya. There’s also a separate water park and amusement park. Visible from any point along Pattaya Beach, Pattaya Park is an ideal attraction for the entire family. Its beachfront location occupies an expansive area on the jutting headland that connects South and Jomtien beaches. From the tower, you get one of the most amazing 360-degree bird’s eye views of the entire area. The beach also feels more secluded and private, with fewer peddlers and well-shaded areas with beach chairs for lounging. Read More...

Pattaya Tiger Zoo

What do Bengal tigers, dogs and pigs have in common? They are members of the animal kingdom alright but they come from completely different families. At Pattaya Tiger Zoo, though, you will find them all living together in harmony, thanks to the zoo’s rather unique feeding programme. Witness mother pigs feed tiger cubs alongside its own piglets, have your pictures taken with the cubs, watch the crocodile show, or enjoy riding on the back of an elephant. Also, meet and feed the ostriches, single hump camels, kangaroos and an aviary of exotic birds. This is one place for families to enjoy quality time together.  Read More...

Tour Available: Pattaya Tiger Zoo

Ripley's Believe it or not Museum

Think you’ve travelled the world and know it like the back of your hand? Well, think again. Everything you see at Ripley’s Believe It or Not! will challenge your thoughts and perceptions of the world – the one that you already know and one that you still have yet to know.

Housed on the third floor of Royal Garden Plaza, the Ripley’s museum features more than 300 exhibits inside 10 individually themed galleries inspired by Robert Leroy Ripley’s books “Believe It or Not!”. Read More...

Opening Hours: 11:00 – 23:00
Location: 3rd floor, Royal Garden Plaza, Pattaya Beach Road

The Sanctuary of Truth

Rising 105 metres into the sky and exquisitely carved entirely out of teak wood, The Sanctuary of Truth is a gigantic woodenconstruction that's one of a kind in the world. A strange fusion of religion, philosophy, art and culture, it's neither a temple, nor palace 'even though it looks a bit like a hybrid of both. Best described as a monument to Thai craftsmanship, and a place to reflect, its awe-inspiring wooden sculptures and cravings pays homage to and is a reflection of the “Ancient Vision of Earth', “Ancient Knowledge'and “Eastern Philosophy'. Read More...

Location: 206/2 Moo5 Naklua 12 Naklua Rd.,Banglamung

Siriporn Orchid Farm

Thailand is famous for its beautiful orchids, and this is the perfect place to see some of the most exquisite varieties, including catteleyas, vandas, daedrovium, escosanda and pompadours. Cut flowers and plants are also for sale.  

Opening Hours: 08:00 – 17:00
Location: Noenphlupwan Road

Suan Chaloemphrakiat (Fitness Park)

Suan Chaloemphrakiat (Fitness Park)

Dedicated to commemorate the 60th birthday of H.M. the King (December 5, 1988), this small park at the foot of Pattaya Hill boasts a vast variety of indigenous plants, a jogging trail and a variety of other fitness facilities. On any given day - especially in the morning and late afternoon - the park is filled with a large number of people burning calories or getting fit.

Opening Hours: 06:00 – 20:00
Location: at the foot of Phratamnak Hill, Phratamnak Road

Three Kingdoms Theme Park

The famous and historical Chinese epic 'Romance of the Three Kingdoms' form the central theme of the park, which is situated on a vast piece of land with huge wall paintings. Inside the park, the architectural style is a blend of Chinese and Thai influences, there is other art and sculpture depicting scenes, chapters and characters from the novel, as well as a Buddha relic.

Opening Hours: 08:00 – 17:00
Location: 100 Mu 9, Pong sub-district, Banglamung

Tiffany Show

Encounters with ladyboys in Pattaya typically follow a predictable pattern: you either get groped or relieved of your wallet. The truly blighted, may even experience both. Not so at Tiffany's, the seafront city's world-famous and 30 year-old ladyboy cabaret extravaganza. Here, three times each night, a surgically and hormonally-enhanced army of transgender performers put on a show that shatters that fearsome reputation. With painted nails, delicious pouts and feline grace, not only do they look ladylike, they even act it. Read More...

Opening Hours: 18.00, 19.30, 21.00, 16.30(only on public holidays)
Location: 464 M.9 Pattaya 2 Road,Pattaya City
Tour Available: Tiffany Show

Underwater World Pattaya

One of the largest and most modern aquariums in Asia, Underwater World Pattaya has a sub aqua tunnel divided into three different zones: Coral Reef, Shark and Ray, and the Giant Siam – all offer great views of the more than 200 different Marine species, including a rare shovelnose ray - a hybrid between a shark and a stingray.

Near the entrance, there is a Touch Pool displaying creatures found in rock pools at coastal areas around Thailand. The pool allows interaction between visitors and the marine animals. Read More...

Opening Hours: 09:00 – 18:00
Location: Along Sukhumvit Highway, 200 metres south of Tesco Lotus in South Pattaya
Tour Available: Underwater World Pattaya

Viharn Sien

This majestic three-storey Chinese temple is both a place of worship and museum. The temple’s official name is Anek Kuson Sala, bestowed upon by His Majesty King Bhumibhol Adulyadej (Rama IX). But it’s called Vihara Sien because of the collection of Chinese saints housed inside the temple (‘sien’ means saints). Read More...

Opening Hours: 08:00-17:00
Location: 15 kilometers south of Pattaya, on Sukhumvit Road (2km from Wat Yansangwararam)
Tel: +66 (0)38 238 367, +66 (0)38 235 250

Wat Phra Yai Pattaya

Dedicated to commemorate the 60th birthday of H.M. the King (December 5, 1988), this small park at the foot of Pattaya Hill boasts a vast variety of indigenous plants, a jogging trail and a variety of other fitness facilities. On any given day - especially in the morning and late afternoon - the park is filled with a large number of people burning calories or getting fit. Read More...

Opening Hours: 06:30 – 17:00
Location: Phratamnak Hill

Wat Yansangwararam

A royal temple, 15 kilometres south of Pattaya City, the temple grounds comprise a 'mondop' (religious building with a rectangular roof), which enshrines a replica of the Buddha's footprints, and a large Pagoda where relics of the Lord Buddha and those of the Lord Buddha's disciples are enshrined.

Opening Hours: 06:30 – 17:00
Location: 15 kilometers south of Pattaya, Huay Yai, Banglamung

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