Jomtien Beach Attractions

What to See in Jomtien Beach

Being one of the most popular areas in Chonburi, Jomtien has some cultural sites for first-time visitors to experience. A pleasant few hours can be spent exploring the new Pattaya Floating Market. It has over 110 shops and stalls, as well as a variety of delightful eateries. A short drive from the market will take you to the scenic Three Kingdoms Theme Park and its nearby royal temple, Wat Yansangwararam.


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On the very top of Pratumnak Hill, between Pattaya and Jomtien Beach, you can’t fail to notice an enormous 300ft Buddha popping up through the trees. Read More...

 

All Attractions in Jomtien Beach

Cabaret Shows

Although the older and more famous cabaret shows are found around Pattaya Beach, the options available in Jomtien are no less impressive. The Thai Alagkarn Show on Sukhumvit Road and the Colosseum Show on Thepprasit Road both offer an extravaganza of ostentatious outfits, creative choreography and spectacular song and dance routines. As with the other cabaret shows in Pattaya, the truly remarkable aspect of the show is that every one of the glamorous and extremely talented performers is, despite appearances, a man – or, at least, was at some point. Read More...

Cartoon Network Amazone Waterpark

Cartoon Network Amazone Waterpark near Pattaya is larger and more spectacular than anything of its kind in the world, with 30 state-of-the-art water rides and slides and other attractions including Disneyworld-style mascots, entertainment shows, a first-class restaurant and aquatic fun for the whole family.

Located on Sukhumvit Road about 20 minutes drive from Pattaya Beach, there are 10 entertainment zones, featuring characters such as Ben 10, The Powerpuff Girls, Gumball, Darwin and others from popular shows on Cartoon Network. There is enough to do to keep the whole family occupied for an entire day, including the Surfarena (which recreates the perfect surfing conditions) and Mega Wave (which simulates the more gentle waves of the nearby sea, only without the riptides, jellyfish and hidden rocks). Read More...

Opening Hours: 10:00 – 18:00
Tel: +66 (0)3 823 7707

Khao Chi Chan (“Buddha Mountain”)

Visible glittering in the sunlight from a distance, the image of Buddha carved into the side of a limestone hill and inlaid with gold has an appropriate name which translates as “the Buddha with brightness and sublimity”. Etched out of the side of what was once a source for construction materials with a laser, it is 130 metres in height and 70 metres at its widest point, making it is the largest carved stone Buddha in the world. The area it resides in – commonly known as Silverlake – is one of great natural beauty and is also home to a number of other attractions such as the Silverlake Vineyard.

Opening Hours: 08:00 – 17:00
Location: Na Jomtien

Khao Pattaya View Point

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. Be warned though, this is anything but an insider’s tip so expect to share your view with an almost ceaseless conveyor-belt of package tours and the local traders who follow them touting cheap souvenirs and expensive refreshments. This might sound off-putting but the reality is tours will usually stop for 10 to 15 minutes and once they have been called back to the bus, the view point becomes quiet and peaceful – perfect for enjoying the stunning scenery. Read More...

Mimosa

Turning a lot of heads along Sukhumvit Road, Mimosa is a combination of shopping mall, cabaret show and romantic hang-out spot, all set in a European-style town. The so-called “City of Love” is based on the French city of Colmar, with its Renaissance-era buildings recreated as more than 300 shops and restaurants selling souvenirs, clothing, jewellery and traditional Thai handicrafts. Its musical fountain is the centrepiece for a 45-minute cabaret performed three times per day while street performers can be seen at any time. There is also a small selection of rides and attractions in the Funland Amusement Park zone, making this a great, family-friendly place to visit.

Opening Hours: 10:00 – 22:00
Location: 28/19 Sukhumvit Road, Na Jomtien
Tel: +66 (0)3 823 7318

Nong Nooch Tropical Garden & Cultural Village

Nong Nooch Garden is set in a 2.4sq.km. beautifully landscaped park and can easily make an all-day trip. The entire area is more like a theme park, with daily cultural shows, restaurants and accommodation as well as a vast area showcasing individually themed gardens. A leisurely stroll through the botanical park is like taking a journey around the world, through its many famous gardens, whether 17th-century French garden, Stonehenge, or European Renaissance garden. Equally fascinating are species-specific gardens, such as cactus and succulent plants, orchid nurseries, tropical palm gardens, bonsai and topiary garden. Read More...

Pattaya Elephant Village

Delight in a wide range of shows and demonstrations such as elephant training techniques, bathing, traditional roundup methods and the highlight with a war elephant. The Elephant Village was opened in 1973 as a home for former working elephants, and they are in the full time care of the camp’s experienced mahouts.

Once a day, the elephants entertain visitors in a series of shows and also stand by for the elephant ride around the village’s forested landscape. Depending on the type of ticket you purchase at entry, you can choose to watch the 90-minute elephant show only (at 14:30 daily) or combine the show with an elephant trekking tour (1 hour) of the village and surrounding countryside. There’s also the third option which combines the elephant trekking tour with rafting and a ride on an ox cart (3.5 hours). The trekking tours follow a pre-set schedule, so it’s a good idea to call ahead to check the departure time. Read More...

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. The 350 million baht market has over 114 shops and water vendors selling authentic Thai food, desserts and specialties from all over the kingdom. For a floating market experience, hire a man-powered boat to get around and discover the richness of the surrounding Thai architecture and riverside life. Typically, the boat is big enough for four people and can be hired for a small fee for around 30 minutes. A walk through the hundreds of wooden houses built in the different styles of the four regions is pleasant and fun. Read More...

Pattaya Lakeland Cable Ski

Cable skiing is, without doubt, the safest watersport in Pattaya, as well as amongst the most enjoyable. The cable over the lake follows a square pattern at the speed a boat would need to travel to allow you to waterski. A rope is hooked onto the cable at one end while you hang on tight to the other end. The sudden acceleration catches a lot of people by surprise and even experienced skiers sometimes end up in the lake after just a few metres, but the ability to swim to the side, climb out and immediately try again makes learning quicker and easier, as does helpful advice and tuition from the staff and other patrons.

Opening Hours: 10:00 – 18:00
Location: 297/6 Sukhumvit Road, Jomtien
Tel: +66 (0)3 823 2690

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 Shooting Park

There’s much more to Pattaya Shooting Park than just firing guns at paper targets. It is, in fact, the city’s premier adventure centre. Available activities include zip-lining, horse riding, kayaking, archery, fishing and rock climbing. The shooting range has a selection of handguns, shotguns and rifles to choose from and there is also a clay pigeon shooting range. The shooting academy based at the centre allows visitors to actually qualify in gun-handing instead of just blowing holes in targets and is a testament to professionalism of the instructors and the attention to safety.

Opening Hours: 08:00 – 18:00
Location: 1/6 Huay Yai, Jomtien
Tel: +66 (0)3 890 7808

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

The Bottle Art Museum

An extensive collection of more than 300 intricately-detailed mini sculptures contained in glass bottles. The sculptures are of well-known tourist attractions like churches, temples, palaces and ships.

Opening Hours: 11:00 – 22:00
Location: 79/15 Mu 10, Sukhumvit Road

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

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

Underwater World Pattaya: Aquarium in Pattaya

Pattaya’s most exciting aquarium, Underwater World brings a slice of the deep ocean on shore in a series of exhibits that take you from the sandy beaches to shallow rock pool teeming with colourful reefs to the open ocean where predators and prays swim side by side.

Enjoy the live feeding shows and watch real-time action as you progress down the 100-metre acrylic tunnel, with all the brilliantly coloured creatures plying the waters above and all around you. Discover the riches of the world’s deep ocean, and you will be amazed at how much you learn in one entertaining hour. Read More...

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).

Vihara Sien is a cultural treat. It houses three floors of exhibits, showcasing religious artifacts from Mahayana and Theravada Buddhist sects. Even if you are not a Buddhist, the place is worth checking out for its cultural value. Read More...

Wat Phra Yai Pattaya

On the very top of Pratumnak Hill, between Pattaya and Jomtien Beach, you can’t fail to notice an enormous 300ft Buddha popping up through the trees. This Big Buddha – the largest in the region – is the highlight of Wat Phra Yai, a temple built in the 1940s when Pattaya was nothing more than a fishing village. The Big Buddha is extremely popular with tour groups who love to see the intricate design of the statue and the temple complex, but it is also revered by local people who come to pray at the temple. Despite the crowds, the wreaths of flowers and burning incense create a reflective mood in which to explore the many smaller Buddha statues, partial views of Jomtien Beach, and the pavilion hall which has a beautifully painted mosaic on the walls. Read More...

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.

Located in the grounds of Wat Yansangwararam, Viharnra Sien was built by local Thai-Chinese to honour His Majesty the King. The main structure features beautiful Chinese architecture and serves as both a museum and a Chinese temple. It houses many interesting items most relating to Chinese religious beliefs such as a jade statue of Guan Yin (Goddess of Mercy), granite lion statues, brass sculptures of Chinese gods, replicas of the famous terracotta warriors and images of Chinese monks in kung fu action. Viharnra Sien is about a kilometre away from the main buildings of Wat Yansangwararam on its spacious grounds.

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

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