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What to see and do
Pattaya
Pattaya is 147 kilometers southeast of Bangkok, and faces the Gulf of Thailand. Pattaya is Asia's premier beach resort, and caters with equal appeal to Pattaya's relaxing tropical ambience is synonymous with every ingredient for memorable holidays.
Theme and amusement parks, offbeat museums and lush botanical gardens offer numerous forms of leisure activities and cultural entertainment for all family members. And after dark, Pattaya offers all the allure and magic of a truly vibrant nightlife with a spectacular variety of restaurants, night clubs, bars, discotheques, cocktail lounges and carbarets. Pattaya can be brash, bold, beautiful and bucolic, and offers everything an authentic international beach resort can.
Pattaya Water Park
is on Thappraya Road, at the top of Jomtien Beach, covering an area of around 80 rai. Pattaya park offers an amusement park, Jacuzzi and a gigantic slide. It is an ideal outlet for family relaxation. Admission fees are 100 Baht for adults and 50 Baht for children. It is an ideal outlet for family relaxation. Admission fees are 100 Baht for adults and 50 Baht for children.
The Million Years Stone Park
And Pattaya Crocodile Farm is at number 22/2 Mu 1, Tambon Nong Pla Lai, Banglamug, From Sukhumvit, one turns left at kilometer 140 close to the pedestrian bridge in front of Wat Sawangfah along Chaiyaporn withi Road (State High way 3024) in the same direction as Mab Prachun Reservoir for another 5 kilometers. This is an other popular attraction with Thai and foreigner tourists. Covering an area of close to 100 rai, the compound comprises rock gardens and a botanical of rare plants and beautifully land scaped grounds. Interesting sights include, for example, fossiizedplants over a million years in age, 200 years old Thai style bonzai, crocodile pools and a collection of rare animals such as albino bears, elephants and horses. Crocodile round-ups, magic and animal performances are also a major attraction. Daily admission from 9 a.m.-6 p.m.Additional information may be obtained by calling (038) 249347-9 or the Bangkok office Tel. 5794008, 5795033.
Khao Pattaya (Khao Phra Baht)
a small hill with an asphalt road leading to the top. From its peak, one has a panoramic view of Pattaya City and Pattaya Bay. Currently, Kho Pattaya has been developed and is now the site of the Naval Sor Tor Ror radio station. A sacred Buddha image is also enshrined on the hilltop.
Elephant Village situated
on Pornprapanimitr Road on the same directions as Phanaraks Park and Siam Country Club Golf Course. The elephant village is a popular tourist spot for Thai and foreign guests alike. Daily performances by elephants and wild elephant round-up shows are held at 2.30 p.m. Shows last about 1 hour. Elephant jungle rides are also available. Additional information may be obtained by calling 01-2123225 or from the front desk at the Tropicana Hotel, Tel. (038)428645-6, 428516.
Mini Siam is on the left hand side at kilometer 143 on Sukhumvit Highway. This miniature city offers replicas of 80 sacred places and important historical sites around Thailand at a scale of 1 to 25. Some examples are the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Wat Phra Srisanpeth, Anantasamakom Throne Hill, Phra Puttha-yodfah Bridge, the Bridge over the River Khwae, the Golden Stupa and Phimai Khmer Sanctuary. Replicas of places of world significance are also displayed in the ?miniworld? area such as the Eiffel Tower, the Statue of Liverty, Tower Bridge, Trevi Fountain. Open daily from 7 a.m. - 10 p.m. There is also a MiniRace Course (Gokarts) for visitors wishing to try their hand at racing fast cars. Additional information maybe obtained by calling (038)421628, 424232 or fax (038)421555.

Ko Khrok
Approximately 8 kilometers off of Pattaya Beach is Ko Khrok, an isle almost totally surrounded by rock formations. A gap of 100 meters to the east is a stretch of sandy beach where visitors can go and enjoy viewing underwater coral reefs. This island can be reached by chartered boat from South Pattaya. (As this is a private island, permission to enter must be obtained beforehand)


The Bottle Museum
As the name implies, this is the place where you can find elaborate bottle creations, including the usual vessels. Located at Km. 145, off of Highway No. 3, the museum features the work of the Dutch master Peter Bedelais. Open daily from 10.a.m. until 10 p.m., admission fee is 100 bahts for adults and 50 bahts for children. Call (038) 422957.

The Ripley’s believe It or Not Odditorium
This is situated in the Royal Garden Plaza on Beach Road. The odditorium has a large collection of stories of oddities from every corner of the globe. Admission fee is 280 bahts for adults and 230 bahts for children.


Cabaret Shows
Alcazar on Pattaya II Road offers three shows daily at 6 p.m., 8 p.m. and 9.30 p.m. with an extra show on Saturdays at 11 p.m. Admission fee is 500/600 bahts. Call (038) 410225 for more information.

Tiffany on Pattaya II Road provides three shows daily at 7 p.m., 8.30 p.m. and 10.00 p.m. Admission fee is 500/600 bahts. Call (038) 429642, 421700-5 for more information.

The Pattaya Park
The Pattaya Park at Chomthian features a large water park with giant sliders and a tower with a revolving restaurant, which offers a panoramic view of Pattaya. Visitors can enjoy many instruments, which offer excitement and a great fun. Tel: 0 3825 1201-8 or 0 2579 9612-4, 0 2941 2056.


 

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