Top 10 Things to Do in Pattaya

Pattaya Must-see Attractions

As with its colourful beach culture, Pattaya’s attractions appeal to a wide spectrum of interests and tastes. From nature to religious monuments all the way to the weird and wonderful, there’s always something to discover, take delight in and share with family and friends here and back home.


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Tiffany Show North Pattaya

Tiffany’s Show was the first ever truly transvestite cabaret show in Southeast Asia. With over 28 years of stage experience, Tiffany’s Show is a firm favourite and a recommended attraction at Thailand's most popular resort city. Millions of international visitors from every part of the world have experienced their spectacular performances and enjoyed their marvelous, talented and attractive performers. Book a ticket. Book a ticket. Read More...

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The Sanctuary of Truth Na Kluea

A unique fusion of religion, philosophy, art and culture, The Sanctuary of Truth, built entirely of teakwood, is neither a temple nor a palace even though it looks a bit like a hybrid of both. Best described as a monument to Thai craftsmanship, its awe-inspiring sculptures and carvings pay homage to, and are a reflection of the ‘Ancient Vision of Earth', ‘Ancient Knowledge’ and ‘Eastern Philosophy’. Read More...

3
Pattaya Floating Market Jomtien

The Four Regions Floating Market is separated into sections – each representing and selling items from the major parts of Thailand (north, northeast, central and south). There’s also a regular afternoon cultural show, and you can hire a man-powered boat for four people for around 30 minutes. A walk through the hundreds of wooden houses built in the different styles of Thailand’s four regions is pleasant and fun. Read More...

4
Mini Siam North Pattaya

Around the world in 80 days? Make it two hours! See the world's wonders as well as Thailand's popular attractions at Mini Siam, where nearly 100 replicas of famous sites worldwide – from the Temple of the Emerald Buddha to the Statue of Liberty – are displayed at a scale of 1 to 25. For entertainment value, Mini Siam is the perfect place to live out Gulliver’s Travels. Read More...

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Ripley’s Believe It or Not South Pattaya

Everything you see at Ripley’s Believe It or Not! will challenge your perception. Inspired by Robert Leroy Ripley’s Believe it or Not! books, the Ripley’s museum features more than 300 exhibits inside 10 individually themed galleries, from exhibits to people you never thought existed on this planet. In another section, Ripley's World of Entertainment offers a Motion Master Theatre, complete with flight simulator technology.  Read More...

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Pattaya Elephant Village South Pattaya

Delight in a wide range of shows and demonstrations such as elephant training techniques, bathing, traditional roundup methods and the highlight, the ‘Glong Sabad Chai’ (victory drum ceremony) with a war elephant. The Elephant Village was opened in 1973 as a home for former working elephants and they are in the fulltime care of the camp’s experienced mahouts. Read More...

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Underwater World Pattaya Jomtien

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 – home to more than 200 different marine species. 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...

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Pattaya Tiger Zoo Bang Lamung

At Pattaya Tiger Zoo, you will find Bengal tigers, dogs and pigs 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 elephant back. Also, meet and feed the ostriches, single hump camels, kangaroos and an aviary of exotic birds. Read More...

9
Nong Nooch Tropical Garden Jomtien

Set in a 2.4sqkm beautifully landscaped ground, Nong Nooch Garden is like a giant theme park featuring daily cultural shows, restaurants and accommodation as well as a vast area dedicated to individually themed gardens. A leisurely stroll through the botanical park is like taking a journey around the world through its many famous gardens, whether a 17th century French garden, Stonehenge, or a European Renaissance garden. Read More...

10
Viharnra Sien Sattahip

This majestic three-storey Chinese temple is both a place of worship and museum. The temple’s official name is Anek Kuson Sala, but it’s called Vihara Sien because of the collection of Chinese saints housed inside (‘sien’ means saints). The three floors of exhibits showcase religious artifacts from Mahayana and Theravada Buddhist sects as well as rare archaeological artifacts from China. Read More...

 

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