Tours & Tickets
Located on Thailand’s eastern Gulf coast, Pattaya is known as the “Hawaii of the East” for its abundant sunshine, beautiful beaches and delectable seafood. The coastline runs 15 kilometers along crystal clear water, a popular attraction for sunbathers and beach enthusiasts from all over the world. Water sports such as water skiing, parasailing and diving are all prevalent attractions here that every visitor should experience. After nightfall, the city plays host to a variety of performances, of which the Tiffany Show is one of the most spectacular, with gorgeous ladyboys and equally brilliant acts. The streets are full of dance halls, night clubs and bars with flashing neon signs and blaring pop music.
Located in Pattaya, Thailand, Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden is a garden and rustic Thai resort. The garden contains a man-made lake. The view is amazing. The river is surrounded by pavilions, terraces, and towers. The trees are verdant, and you can often hear birds chirping. The scene is like a painting. The park contains a cultural village, which showcases Thai culture. You can watch elephant shows outside. You can then go to the mini zoo and directly interact with small animals.
Pattaya Floating Market is located in the center of Pattaya, about 5 kilometers east of Sukhumvit Road. The market combines the rich and rustic aspects of Thai village culture. The market is also known as the “4 Regions Floating Market” since it combines the characteristics of the 4 regions of Thailand (the east, west, northeast, and south). The water market is full of waterways, and unique wooden structures are built on the water. In the market, you can eat snacks from all over Thailand. You can also buy local goods and crafts from various parts of Thailand. You can take a boat and bob on the lake or move between bridges.
Koh Larn is an outlying island in Pattaya Bay. Because of its beautiful island and beach scenery, Koh Larn has become a must-see site for Thai and foreign tourists visiting Pattaya. The beach is crescent-shaped, and the coast is sandy. The sand is very delicate, making the beach the perfect place to sunbathe. Here you can enjoy underwater scenery, clear water, reefs, and small fish. In addition to activities in the water, tourists can choose fresh and exciting activities like parasailing , motorboating, and diving.
The Sanctuary of Truth (Prasat Sajja Tham) is constructed of pure mahogany and teak. It uses exquisite Thai craftsmanship to display the relationship between humans and the universe. The design style is based on traditional Asian art and the gorgeous style of dynastic Siam. The sanctuary combines religious representations from Buddhist and Hindu mythology from Thailand, India, China and Cambodia and aims to use art and culture to reflect eastern philosophy. Adjacent to the temple, visitors can take a gondola ride, enjoy refreshments by the pond and feed elephants and goats.