Pattaya Thailand

Welcome to Pattaya…

City of Beaches, this vibrant coastal city rises to fame in early eighties. Pattaya’s beaches are constantly brimming with life, as water sports lovers and sun worshipers take to the waters. Multicultural, hyper-touristy Pattaya boasts some excellent and good value places to stay and eat. Pattaya is the perfect place for a night-time adventure, brewed beers at bars, soak in the sight of beautiful girls performing different forms of dance, snack on the tastiest delicacies, and live your wildest dreams in this city.

Walking Street night life :

Famous for its night life, walking Street Pattaya is the biggest and busiest party hot spot in the whole of Thailand, with only a couple of the top places in Bangkok beating it for sheer volume and variety. Walking Street is 500m long and as the name suggests there are no vehicles allowed in the street after 6pm. The street as well as many side streets are full of bars, nightclubs, go-go bars, restaurants and beer bars. During the day the road is almost deserted but when darkness falls the neon lights, loud music and an army of girls hit the streets. The remarkable thing about Pattaya Walking Street is that there is so much to see and do, and it is so densely packed that you could spend every night for a whole week there and, aside from having the mother of all hangovers, you would still be finding new places each and every evening.

Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden :

Nong Nooch Botanical Gardens is a real treat for nature lovers. Garden is more of a small village with well-manicured gardens that are host to a variety of amusement options; The garden features a lake, orchid nurseries, waterfalls and a vast, magnificent landscape & traditional Thai houses and gardens of different flowering plants across the beautifully landscaped site. You can enjoy the number of cultural shows like folk dances, sword fighting and Thai boxing. Nong Nooch Botanical Gardens is a wholesome package offering a wide range of entertainment options for people of every age group. If you are interested in flowers, trees and landscaped gardens this is a great place to spend a peaceful afternoon. One can enjoy a great collection of bonsais, orchids, color pineapples, cactus, ferns and almost all kind of palms one can imagine. Also, you can enjoy animal company and can feed them.

Art in Paradise :

Art in paradise, 3D arts museum is the largest museum in Thailand. The place is quite popular among both kids and adults, it is an interactive museum with great surprises. One can touch the paintings and get their pictures clicked in different poses by being a part of these 3-D illusions. The gallery is set up perfectly so you can take pictures in such a way that it looks like you are crossing an old bridge or flying over the dessert on a magic carpet. The building is split into ten sections and houses over one hundred pieces of art. The different themed zones include classic art, Egypt, the underwater world, safari, dinosaurs, and fantasy. This is a great rainy-day attraction, and a fun place to round out your vacation photo collection.

The Sanctuary Of Truth :

The Sanctuary of truth is one of the most popular tourist attractions located by the sea. It is 105m high and made from teak wood which has been carved in the most intricate way. This is not a Buddhist temple as you may expect, it was designed by a business owner as a place to go and reflect on oneself. Every part of the building both inside and out has incredibly detailed carvings that need to be seen to be believed, the building itself is still a work in progress which some say will never be finished. There are so many beautiful buildings across Thailand but this one has to come near the very top of the list. . It was established by a local business tycoon with an aim to create a place of philosophy, art, culture and faith designed by the founder of the Ancient City at Samut Prakan Province, Lek Wiriyapan. The cycle of life, Utopia, and humanity’s relationship to the universe are some of the themes reflected in the artwork here. While visiting the sanctuary, you can enjoy Thai cultural shows and Thai boxing, go elephant trekking or horseback riding, or take a ride on a speedboat.

Jomtien Beach :

Jomtien Beach is a welcome escape from the main city. It is a nice and clean beach and offers many adventure activities like banana boat rides, jet skiing, parasailing, scuba diving, wind surfing and more. You can sunbathe along its golden shores or take refuge in shade provided by trees at the beach’s edge. The seafood at the restaurants here is especially recommended.

Big Buddha (Wat Phra Yai) :

Big Buddha Hill also known as Wat Phra Yai, Big Buddha Temple has a 300 feet high image of Lord Buddha and is the most prominent landmark of Pattaya. When you get to the top of the hill and stand next to the Buddha you can see Pattaya beneath you and Jomtien Beach if you look outwards. As well as the Buddha there is a temple complex as well which has incense burning all day long as well many bells. The temple is still used to this day so expect to see monks and praying locals. The staircase leading up to the temple is quite striking as there are golden dragons running along the entire handrails, and at the foot of the stairs, seven-headed mythical snakes called Nagas emerge from the dragon’s mouths.

Koh Larn (Coral Island):

Koh Larn is a small island situated to the west of Pattaya is a 30-minute speed boat ride from Pattaya. boats leave Pattaya several times a day for the island and are always full of tourists eager to explore somewhere new. There are plenty of activities for you to indulge in here. These include parasailing, jet skiing, hiking, banana boat rides, diving, submarine tours and glass bottom boat rides to witness the underwater marvels. This is a popular place for families to spend the day away from the bustle of Pattaya.

Floating Market :

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). Souvenirs, arts and crafts, and clothing are among the many items sold here, and it’s also a great place to indulge in some exotic cuisine; you can try everything from scorpions to crickets and crocodile meat. A great way to explore the markets is to rent a boat. There is also a daily free show featuring four cultural performances. The Four Regions Floating Market Pattaya is a good place to get away from the chaos that is Pattaya and is a must-do for those who have yet to visit a Thai floating market.

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