Sanctuary of Truth

Sanctuary of Truth

This truly awe-inspiring sanctuary is dedicated to philosophical truth, exploring the important role that religion, philosophy, religion, and art have played in human development.

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The sanctuary also highlights the mistake of pursuing materialism ahead of morality and spiritual contentment, providing a beautifully humbling experience that is hard to achieve elsewhere. What makes the visit even more special is the fact that none of the wood used to build the sanctuary has been treated or chemically protected.

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Underwater World Pattaya

Underwater World Pattaya

This attraction is perfect as a delightful afternoon destination for the whole family. Showcasing the wide variety of marine life found around Pattaya and the region, it opens visitors up to the brilliance and diversity found in the region.

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The aquarium plays an important role in education and marine conservation, combining educational and recreational activities into one.

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Art in Paradise

Art in Paradise

This art gallery presents a unique experience by ignoring all the traditional assumptions of what an art gallery should be. The art seen here is brought to life through the use of optical illusions and playing with perspective.

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Standing in the right position and taking photos at the right angle can create a unique experience as visitors place themselves inside the art. From flying a magic carpet to putting the finishing touches on famous masterpieces, Art in Paradise lets you live the adventure and become part of the art exhibit.

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Pattaya Floating Market

Pattaya Floating Market

Also known as the “Four Regions Floating Market”, this massive 100,000sqm development is divided into four zones which represent the major areas of Thailand: the north, northeast, central and south.

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Numerous shops and stalls represent each region, selling a variety of products. Souvenirs, fruits, food, art, handicrafts, postcards, clothing and even regular cultural shows all can be found in their respective sections, showcasing Thailand’s rich traditions in a comfortable setting.

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Walking Street Pattaya

Walking Street Pattaya

The world-renowned street is quite unlike anything else in Thailand. Closed to vehicles from 18:00, almost every building on the main road – as well as the side streets – has something to pique your interest.

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From restaurants to street performances, nightclubs, and a set of go-go bars, everything can be found on this street. Deserted during the day, this places really comes alive at night with neon lights, thumping music from different genres, and people from all around the world.

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Ripley’s Believe It or Not!

Ripley’s Believe It or Not!

With over 300 exhibits showcasing mind-boggling true stories and facts, the surprising and shocking displays prove that the truth really is stranger than fiction.

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Along with the main museum, visitors can also experience several fun rides, a separate waxwork museum, a 12D moving theatre, as well as the ever-popular Sky Rider – a yellow and white balloon which will provide you with unique views of the whole city.

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Khao Chi Chan (“Buddha Mountain”)

Khao Chi Chan (“Buddha Mountain”)

Here visitors will find the largest stone engraving of Buddha in the world, looking down on you from the side of a limestone hill.

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Etched with a laser onto the side of what used to be a resource for the construction industry, the 109-metre-high image was then marked out in gold. Completed back in 1996 to mark the 50th anniversary of His Majesty the King of Thailand’s accession to the throne, Khao Chi Chan has ever since become a popular destination for tourists and locals alike.

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Mini Siam (The Miniature World)

Mini Siam (The Miniature World)

This fascinating museum was started as a research project, later beginning construction in 1986 over an area of more than 29 rai. Mini Siam has since been separated into Mini Siam and Mini Europe, showcasing detailed replicas of famous destinations from all around the world.

Our personal favourites

The most popular beaches and attractions in Pattaya combine to make a wonderful experience, jam-packed with activities for the whole family. For destinations slightly off the beaten path, however, there are many great islands and beaches just a short boat ride away from Pattaya that provide a more secluded experience.

Koh Larn

Koh Larn

With crystal clear water, long sandy beaches, and uncrowded beach spots, Koh Larn (Coral Island) is perfect for those looking for some quality leisure time. Located in South Pattaya, Coral Island is just a 7-kilometre boat ride from Pattaya Harbour, perfect for an afternoon away. Once you’re on the boat, you’ll take a quick and scenic ride to one of the most peaceful and pristine beaches in the country. Despite its secluded setting, Koh Lan still offers a wide range of activities for kids, parents, single travellers, or groups. These range from kayaking and snorkelling, to group sports, ensuring everyone can get involved. You’ll also easily find beach chairs and umbrellas to help you relax, along with nets for games.

Na Jomtien Beach

Na Jomtien Beach

Located just 15 to 20 minutes by car from Pattaya, Na Jomtien Beach is the perfect day trip destination. A sparsely populated beach with gentle waves, a serene atmosphere, and amazing seafood restaurants, the beach is perfect for any occasion.