Walkways wind among colorful themed gardens. Gardens featuring plants like tropical palms, succulents, and bonsai.
Skydiving is the big daddy of all hair-raising adventures. Pattaya is the only place in Thailand where you can do skydiving.
Beach stretching for six kilometers, sunbathe along its golden shores or take refuge in shade provided by trees at the beach's edge.
Billed as "the magnificence of heaven recreated on Earth," this massive monument, built entirely of wood, is a study in Thai architectural styles.
Take the plunge off 200 feet the highest bungee platform in Thailand, while being strapped to a full body harness. It’s a dizzying experience.
Surrounded by palm-studded gardens, the temple was dedicated to King Bhumibol Adulyadej to commemorate the 42nd year of his reign.
This 18-meter-tall golden statue of the Buddha looking peaceful and relaxed perches atop the wooded Pratamnak Hill south of Pattaya.
everal white-sand beaches stretch along the shores of the island, with food stalls, restroom facilities, and plenty of water sports.
Swing over the rainforest canopy like Tarzan and experience the wild in an exciting way. Feel the breeze on your face as you survey the forest below.
The first and only floating market in Pattaya, this bustling hive of commerce is divided into different sections selling merchandise.
A fun way to see the wonders of Thailand and the world, Mini Siam displays models of some of the most famous international sites.
Underwater World might not be as big as other aquariums, but it's home to an impressive array of sea creatures from different underwater environments.
Khao Pattaya View Point on Pratumnak Hill is the best viewpoint in the region, get that classic shot of Pattaya’s sweeping, crescent bay.
Take a picture, it looks like you are flying a magic carpet in the desert, crossing bridge in the jungle, swimming with dolphins in the ocean.
There are plenty of options here to scuba dive and snorkel. Dive into the waters and swim along beautiful fishes and colorful corals.
The largest engraving of Buddha in the world, the gold-embossed image was carved out of the side of a limestone mountain with a laser.