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Beautiful gardens with waterfalls, elephant shows, 'Cultural Extravaganza'performances 4 times a day, restaurants and so forth - enough to fill an entire day..
Beautiful gardens with waterfalls, elephant shows, 'Cultural Extravaganza'performances 4 times a day, restaurants and so forth - enough to fill an entire day.
34/1 Moo 7 Najomtien District Sattahip, Pattaya, Thailand
+66 38 709 358
The biggest laser-carved Buddha image in the world, it is 109 meter high and 70 meter wide etched on the Chi Chan moutain in 1996 to celebrate the 50th coronation anniversary of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej
Anek Kuson Sala is an art gallery with high-class Chinese architecture and fine arts constructed in 1987 to celebrate the 60th anniversary of His Majesty the King’s birthday
It was constructed in 1976 for Somdet Phra Yanasangwon, the present Supreme Patriarch, and later was supported by His Majesty the King
This elephant camp focuses on the daily lives of elephants and their keepers and also offers stage shows demonstrating how to catch wild elephants, elephants-at-work in the jungle, elephants playing football, and a grand war elephants parade
Styled along the lines of Bangkok's floating markets, it has fresh food stalls and souvenirs and handicrafts being sold along the network of canals
Jomtien Beach, more popular among family vacationers, is in the southern part of the urban area, and separated from Pattaya Bay by Buddha hill
The Siriphon Orchid Farm grows a wide variety of exotic orchids of different hues and shapes, including the Pompadurs, Mokara, Aranda, Vanda, Golden Shower, and Cattleya
You can find the cheapest books in Pattaya at this night market
This is a Chinese-style garden filled with pagodas, murals and figures from the Chinese epic San Guo Zhi, and more an expression of filial piety than a theme park
Houses an extensive collection of more than 300 pieces of artwork contained in glass bottles in the forms of well-known tourist attractions, churches, temples, palaces and ships