Pattaya Thailand

Thailand is many things for many travelers all over the world. Its exotic culture combined with its tropical beauty has been attracting people to this country. Thailand is full of history which entangled with the religion, proven by many fascinating temples dotting the country. Not only that, but Thailand is also known as the country that never sleeps, during the night, the city turns into the sunset in a tropical island and endless parties. Pattaya thailand is famous for that kind of entertainment, the nightlife in Pattaya is very popular after Bangkok. However, not only its nightlife, Pattaya thailand has much to offer and we have sorted the best things to do just for you! First thing, get your tickets to Thailand and have the best deals with us.

Things to Do in Pattaya Thailand

1. Endless Party at Walking Street

When it comes to the party in Pattaya, nothing beats arguably the most hype street in Pattaya thailand called Walking Street. You might have guessed that from the name that people here are all walking and that’s half true because vehicles aren’t allowed in the street after 6 PM. The 500 meters of street is filled with restaurants, bars, nightclubs and is adorned with neon lights and loud music coming from every place. 

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Pattaya Thailand
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2. Watching Tiffany Cabaret Show

Once visiting Thailand, your trip won’t be complete without watching the ladyboys cabaret show. One of the famous cabaret shows is luckily located in Pattaya thailand. The show takes place in a grand theater and has been receiving international appreciation. The show is filled with professional singers, dancers, who wear dazzling costumes and perform spectacular theater that will leave you breathless. 

3. Relax at Nong Nooch Tropical Garden

After hard-partying all night, nothing beats a relaxing day at a beautiful garden. Especially for those who love landscaping, flowers –  horticulture enthusiasts, Nong Nooch Tropical Garden is the perfect spot to spend your day. Spanning over 2 kilometers square, the entire garden is designed to display popular wonders of the world including Stonehenge and 17th century French Garden. Nong Nooch is also home to more than 600 species of orchid, trees and other flowers are being kept in excellent condition. 

Nong Nooch Tropical Garden - pattaya thailand
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4. Be Amazed at the Awe-Inspiring Sanctuary of Truth

The temple in Pattaya isn’t to be underestimated. Visit the Sanctuary of Truth, the only all-wood construction in the world. This massive wood structure tells the entanglement of religion, philosophy, and art in human. It plays as a critic for hedonism, as well as a reflection for the lack of being human which is symbolized by the untreated wood. The details of the structure also an appreciation for Thai craftsmanship. 

the Awe-Inspiring Sanctuary of Truth
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5. Visit the Wat Phra Kao Yai or Big Buddha Hill

Big Buddha Hill is another epic temple in Pattaya thailand. On top of the hill, gigantic golden Buddha status is sitting overlooking the people. The 18 meters statue sits 100 meters above the sea level, and once you reach the top of the hill, you could see the Pattaya and Jomtien Beach underneath. The complex of the shrine was constructed in 1977 and nowadays is used for daily prayer. 

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6. Engage with locals in Pattaya Four Regions Floating Market

Thailand can’t be separated from the floating market. The one popular market in Pattaya is Four Regions Floating Market. The market is split into four sections: north, northeast, central and south) and each section represents that part of the country. The sellers offer fresh products such as flowers, local spices, vegetables, fruits to handicrafts. 

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7. Trip to Wonders of The World at Mini Siam

Haven’t got the chance to see Legoland in Malaysia? Don’t worry, you will have the chance in Pattaya to visit wonders of the world in Mini Siam.  Mini Siam is filled with a replica of world landmarks such as Colosseum, Statue of Liberty, Arc de Triomph even Mount Rushmore and Statue of Liberty! Try to visit Mini Siam around 6 PM when the Democracy Monument nearby will turn the lights on.  

8. Have Fun at Frost Magical Ice of Siam 

For those who travel with family in Pattaya, Ice Kingdom will certainly cheer the kids up. Recently opened in 2016, the Ice Kingdom provides a magnificent view with grand ice sculptures and fun such as ice walk, waterslides, and Love Ice Bar. Don’t miss out on the chance to taste tasty icy beverages and literally get a chilly experience!

 Frost Magical Ice of Siam
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9. Sunbathing in Koh Larn Coral Island

Near Pattaya Island, not too far from the bustling Pattaya thailand, is Coral Island, locally known as Koh Larn. Situated only 7 kilometers away from Pattaya Beach, Coral Island is a hidden paradise where you will get a natural tropical paradise with an endless amount of sunshine. Enjoy a bunch of water activities including swimming, speedboating, jet skiing, banana boat, and much more. 

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Koh Larn Coral Island
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10. Indulge in Art at Art in Paradise

Ever wanted to literally jump into painting? Then don’t hesitate to visit Art in Paradise. This unique gallery offers a unique experience for visitors to interact with the 3D artworks. The paintings are painted in natural style, reproduction of classic artworks, and optical illusions.