So you must be thinking that why have I written about Pattaya attractions another time in my blog. In spite of having a list of many attractions and things to do in Pattaya, we still need much more to explore.It gives us a feeling of completing our trip in well manner.
After taking a travelers choices and reviews , I came up with few more Pattaya attractions which are must see.If you think that some more should be added in the below list then do let me know.
Jomtien Beach: Jomtien Beach lies about 2 km of Pattaya Beach.It is a long straight 6 km stretch of sandy coastline that is a lot less chaotic and crowded than Pattaya. If you want to relax yourself then walk down to this beach.
Walking Street, Pattaya: A red light district where many tourist foreigners get attracted.Another interesting nightlife place to be in if you have your pocket full of money.Think and enter the walking street!
Sanctuary of Truth: The Sanctuary of Truth is a huge wonderful wooden construction which has undertaken in the area of more than two rais. The top point of the building is about 105 meters high.If you are artist or love to know about architecture styles and carvings made on it then do visit it.
Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden: Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden is a 500-acre botanical garden and tourist attraction at kilometer 163 on Sukhumvit Road in Chonburi Province, Thailand. It can be reached via bus, taxi or private land transportation.This garden is also visited by many tourist who plan Pattaya 2 days itinerary.
Thai Alangkarn Theater: These shows in Pattaya proudly presents “The Thai Extravaganza Show” Experience the new Thai performing arts in a Panoramic Concept.Lovely performance shown by Thai artist..
You are free to add more attractions to this list.Also try out planning your trip itineraries and share them with other tourist so that even they can enjoy their trip.
Have you heard of Holi being celebrated in Thailand? I always thought its one of the craziest festivals played only in India. Turns out i was wrong!
If you happen to be in Thailand on the 13th of April, you might want to stay indoors. Or step out if you love water… and getting wet! You can’t escape the water pistols, the water balloons and buckets of water as the Thais celebrate Songkran, the Thai New Year. Songkran festival is also known as Thailand water festival, celebrated with fervor and zeal in Thailand’s cities.
No one is spared on Songkran. If you head out then prepare to be drenched! So would you like to visit Thailand and be a part of this cool Holi festival? Plan a trip using Thailand trip planner.
Thailand is one of the best place for spending quality time with your loved ones…It is full of wonderful tourist places to explore, different Thai food dish to taste, culture to experience and many more..
Pattaya is a city in Thailand, a beach resort popular with tourists and expatriates.Bangkok is well known in Thai as Krung Thep Maha Nakhon or simply Krung Thep.
The Sanctuary of Truth – This tall structure made of wood houses with it an amazing representation of the culture and architecture of Thailand.
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Pattaya Floating Market – Thailand like many other Asian countries is famous for its floating markets.It is more economical to hire a water buggy and take a joy ride through the place.
Mini Siam – It is a pretty garden with landscaped views and bright green lawns, ideal for a nice afternoon in Pattaya. With the miniatures and decorations it is the perfect recipe for a delightful afternoon in the city with the family.
Elephant Village – They put up a grand show with the animals doing awesome tricks stunts and being very cute in general.You can choose to just watch the show or take an elephant safari.
Underwater World Pattaya – The Aquarium is built in the shape of tunnels, so you are essentially looking up and around at the amazing marine life that the place has on display.
Nong Nooch Botanical Garden –
The gardens have a huge variety of exhibits and beautiful exotic flowers from all oover the world that attract an array of insect and bird life as well.
Wat Khao Phra Bat Temple – The temple is elaborately decorated in white red and gold and there are several golden Buddha statues all over the place.
Tiffany’s Cabaret Show – Tiffany’s Cabaret Show has the honor of being one of the 4 best shows performed all over the world.
Alcazar Cabaret – This is apparent through these spectacular shows put up by men dressed up as women. Dressed in bright, glittery colorful outfits, the lady boys at the Alcazar cabaret are always set to put up an amazing show.
Bangkok Wat Arun – Wat Arun is regarded as the third point in the holy trinity in the city of Bangkok.
Wat Phra Kaew – The main building of the temple consists of a huge statue of Emerald Buddha.The statue of Buddha is in a meditating position and about 14 century old.
Grand Palace – The designs of Grand Palace are more of European style unlike Wat Pra Kaew. The Palace is used for various memorable occasions like weddings, events, special ceremonies, etc.
Damnoen Saduak Floating Market – At Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, you will find many souvenirs and trinkets. The vibrant colours and smells are sure to fascinate anyone and everyone. It makes sense to try and purchase some handicrafts, flowers or fresh produce.
Wat Pho Temple of Reclining Buddha – It is located behind the spectacular Temple of Emerald Buddha. Wat Pho is regarded as the largest temple in Bangkok.
China Town – It has an amazing collection of clothes for anyone who loves shopping and mouth-watering street food all the foodies.Chinatown has a variety of restaurants, stalls, numerous gold shops, small shops selling tea sets, food, hardware, fabric, etc. and much more.
Wat Chana – Wat Chana is a picturesque temple set on the river side which is carved with gilded wood and mirrored tiles.
Lumpini Park – Home to various flora and fauna, this park is a nature lover’s delight. However, it is now a center for outdoor leisure activities.
Mandarin Oriental – The Hotel is beside the Chao Phra River and offers a great view of the flowing water and Bangkok.
Vimanmek Mansion – One important rule as a visitor is that you should be appropriately dressed while visiting this palace or you won’t be allowed to enter the place. Also, cameras and Phones are advised to be kept inside the locker.
Dusit Park – This park surely adds a European vibe to the energy of Asian Bangkok. Dusit Park really is a great place to spend an entire day in.
KhaoYai National Park – It is a home to an amazing variety of wildlife including Asian Elephants and tigers.
Thailand travel is incredible – a complete festival of sensual experience. At once modern and mystic, that exotic country is unlike any other you’ll ever visit… which also means that you can’t approach it like you’d approach other places.
Most visitors to that land of unique delights settle for a quick mom-and-pop tour, check the main attractions off their list and then fly out before the spirit of the place can even sink in. But a country is more than its sights or food or experiences – a country is nothing without its people. Thailand’s Buddhist background is evident in almost every aspect of its culture, and to not understand it is a waste of your journey.
If you’re a backpacker like me, then your main concerns are cheap but safe lodging, cheap but clean food and cheap transport. A tall order, but very doable, so lets break it down quickly into something you can work into your Thailand trip itinerary planner.
Budget accommodation is very easy to find in the form of guesthouses that charge about 150 bhat for a Thai traditional room with shared toilet(cheaper if renting only a bed) or 200 – 400 bhat for a more westernised room. Don’t expect A/Cs, TV, hot water or swimming pools though. Hostels aren’t a thing in Thailand. Aslo, even if you find some available in the larger cities, they don’t exactly advertise.
You absolutely must dig into Thai cuisine. Even if a plateful of insects or duck bills isn’t for you, they’re enough spicy, lemony goodness in vegetarian, chicken and seafood dishes to more than satisfy any palate. Also, eating in Thailand is a social affair. If you’re lucky enough to be invited to dinner by a family, get comfortable with a fork and spoon, and pick whatever you want off the shared plate. And if you’re going to eat out, look for restaurants where you can have a full meal for 20 – 50 bhat. They’re the authentic neighborhood eateries least likely to poison you.
Transport wise, Thailand is one of the most backpacker friendly countries you’ll ever visit. Baw Kaw Saw is the government bus company, safe and reliable if a little slow, that provides different bus services from absolute no frills to sleeper luxury. Songthaews are another sort of local bus. Tuk-tuks are miniature local taxis that are almost thrilling to ride. By far the best way to get around a locality is by renting a motorcycle for a day for about 150 bhat (carry a license). But if you lose or damage your ride, you or your local insurance plan (get one) will be expected to reimburse in full. Forget driving a car – it’s a nightmare. Any decent custom trip planner however should be able to give you train travel options; they’re slow, but safe, and give a better view of Thai countryside than any other form of travel. Go for second class if going on a long journey, or third class if going on short ones.
And now, lets clear up what you’ll get to see. I won’t speak about the temples or beaches that you can find listed on every other travel itinerary. Instead, I’ll tell you about the northern hill tribes who form the most authentic image of the country; I’ll ask you to visit the Death Railway at the Bridge over the River Kwai; about sea-canoeing at Phang Na Bays; the incredibly cheap golfing courses that are becoming more popular by the year; or see if you can get a friendly local to take you fishing; or hunt down the beautiful night markets to haggle for pretty souvenirs; or sign up for a Muay Thai class. Basic point is to get in touch with the people.