Our hotel is an ideal base from where to explore Pattaya attractions.
Located opposite Woraburi Pattaya Resort & Spa. The local evening market is the good place to find local street food. The local market is among the easiest and most enjoyable ways of getting up close and personal with local life in Thailand's capital.
Try the market that unfolds every afternoon from about 4.00 p.m. to 8.00 p.m.
Big C Extra - Shopping Mall
Big C Extra is a hypermarket in Pattaya offering a grocery store and department store under one roof. The store offers premium products aimed at the mid to high-income shopper while still maintaining the store’s value prices. They have a selection of premium goods, imported products, and wines that you won’t find at the regular Big C Supercenters.
Call: 038 410 073
Location: 333 Moo. 9 Pattaya Klang Rd. Nongprue, Bang Lamung Chonburi 20150
Hours: Daily 8.00 a.m. - 12.00 a.m.
Harbor Mall Pattaya - Shopping Mall and Activities
The Harbor Mall in Pattaya is one of the city’s newest shopping malls and activity centers. The buildings 16 floors combine restaurants, shopping, activities, and office space. It is also the only mall in Pattaya where you can find an ice skating rink and rock climbing gym. The wide range of family friendly activities is probably the biggest attraction for the Harbor Mall.
Call: 065 848 1000
Location: 190/25 Moo.9 Central Pattaya Rd., Nong Prue, Banglamung, Chonburi 20150
Hours: Daily 10.00 a.m. - 10.00 p.m.
King Power Pattaya Complex
The King Power first and only duty free shopping center in Pattaya, offering wide selection of premium Duty Free & Non-Duty Free products. Buy brand name perfumes & cosmetics for 20% cheaper than most department stores.
Call: 038 103 888
Location: 8 Moo 9, Sukhumvit Road, Nong Prua, Bang Lamoong, Chonburi 20150
Hours: Daily 10.00 a.m. - 09.00 p.m.
Alcazar Cabaret Shows
It is one of the best transvestite cabaret show in Thailand. You will be entertained with music, lip-sings, dances and various shows played by many perfectly beautiful female actresses.Admission fee is start from 480 baht.
Call: 038 422 220, 081 781 1703
Location: 78/14 Pattaya Second Road, North Pattaya
Hours: Shows start at 05:00 p.m., 06:30 p.m., 08:00 p.m. and 09:30 p.m
Pattaya is divided into two long beaches. Pattaya beach located adjacent to the center of town and Jomtien beach to the south, which is a more relaxed place and suitable for families. It is home to a huge number of speedboats, parasails and jet skis, as well as diving boats and floating restaurants
Central Festival Pattaya Beach - Shopping Mall
CentralFestival Pattaya Beach is Asia's largest natural beachfront shopping complex. Besides being a shopaholics dream destination it also boasts magnificent sea views and plenty of entertainment options.
Call: 033 003 999
Location: 333/99 Moo 9, Pattaya Beach Road, South Pattaya
Hours: Daily 11.00 a.m. - 11.00 p.m.
Art in Paradise - Trick-Eye 3D Museum
Art in Paradise Pattaya is a large interactive art museum where visitors can become part of the artworks and have fun posing for photos. It takes around two hours to get around the whole gallery, although you can spend as little or as long as you wish interacting with the paintings. Admission fee is 500 Baht for Adults, 300 Baht for Children. (Thai Citizens 150 Baht)
Call: 038 3 842 4500
Location: 78/34 Moo.9 Pattaya Second Road, North Pattaya
Hours: Daily 09.00 a.m. - 09.00 p.m.
Terminal 21 - Shopping Mall
The shopping complex features an iconic World Market Street concept, inspired by six famous cities in the world: Paris, London, Italy, Tokyo, San Francisco and Hollywood, with each city’s iconic landmarks. Shoppers will find a range of local and international brands at Terminal 21 along with an array of restaurants ranging from Thai to Italian. And with two airplanes outside and replicas of famous world landmarks like the Eiffel Tower inside, Pattaya’s new mall is likely to be an instant hit with selfie-loving visitors.
Call: 065 848 1000 Location: 456, 777, 777/1 Moo 6, Pattaya Nuea Road, Naklua, Nongprue,
Muang Pattaya, Amphoe Banglamung, Chang Wat Chonburi, Pattaya
Hours: Daily 11.00 a.m. - 11.00 p.m.
Mini Siam in Pattaya is a wonderland of miniature replicas of such outstanding architectural works as the of Temple the Emerald Buddha, Democracy Monument, the Bridge over the River Kwai, Prasat Hin Phimai, etc. Replicas of places of world significance are also displayed in the miniworld area. These include the Tower Bridge, Eiffel Tower, the Statue of Liberty and Trevi Fountain.
Admission fee is 300 Baht (Thai Citizens 120 Baht)
Call: 038 421 628, 424 232
Location: 387 Moo 6, Sukhumvit Rd. Pattaya City
Hours: Daily 09.00 a.m. - 10.00 p.m.
Suan Nong Nooch
(Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden)
The Garden is a sprawling recreation park in a typical Thai setting. A group of traditional Thai pavilions and gardens of different flowering plants are positioned around the beautifully landscaped site. Daily cultural and elephant shows are available for tourists with show times at 10.15 a.m. and 3.45 p.m. Located approximately 18 kilometers south of Pattaya, the Garden can be reached by taking a left turn from Sukhumvit Road at the Km. 163 marker. Admission fee is 300 baht.
Call:0 38 429321 / Location: Km. 163, Sukhumvit Road (Highway 3) / Hours: Daily 09.00 a.m. - 05.00 p.m.
Located at Km. 155 marker on Sukhumvit Road Chomthian, Pattaya. With an area of 80 rais, the entire project includes a prototype Hexa Stage Theatre, Cultural Rostrum and a Restaurant. ALANGKARN is aiming towards a new concept of presenting Thai Culture to tourists from all walks of life, instead of the standard Thai traditional dances that could easily be founded elsewhere.
Call: 038 256 000
Location: 155 kilometers on Sukhumvit Road Jomtien
Hours: Shows start at 06:00 p.m.
Ko Lan (Coral Island)
Lying about 7.5 kilometers off of Pattaya by a 45-minute ferry or 15 minutes by speed boat ride, the island measures 2 kilometers by 5 kilometers and offers several white sandy beaches, notably Hat Ta Waen, Hat Laem Thian and Hat Thong Long, the latter facing coral reefs. Visitors can choose either snorkeling or viewing the coral from glass bottom boats.
Ferries to the island leave South Pattaya pier daily from 10.00 a.m. to 6.30 p.m. Cruises by sailing junks, with lunch provided are also available
Sanctuary of Truth (Prasat Satchatham)
The compound, which covers an area of more than two rais, is situated by the sea at Laem Ratchawet on Na Klua Road, North Pattaya. Within the compound is a gigantic temple-like structure entirely made of wood that is 105 meters high at the highest point which was constructed to withstand wind and sunshine on the seashore. With exquisite architectural features, the sanctuary was conceived out of the vision that human civilization has been achieved and nurtured by religious and philosophical truths.
Admission fee is 500 baht with Dolphin Training Shows at 11.30 a.m. and 3.30 p.m.
Call: 038 225 407/ Location: Open daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The Si Racha Tiger Farm
The farm, which is situated at Km. 20 marker on highway No. 36, raises a large number of Bengal tigers, as well as large crocodiles. Visitors will be amazed to witness tigers, pigs and dogs living together in the same quarters.
Call: 530-7412-3 or 038 296 556-8
Location: Daily from 9.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.
Underwater World Pattaya
A new tourist attraction in town is the largest and most modern ocean aquarium in Asia, boasting a 100-meter-long, 6.4-centimeter-thick acrylic pedestrian tunnel through an underwater environment filled with dozens of marine species. Located just 200 meters south of Tesco Lotus in South Pattaya, the new theme park covers a total area of 12-rai and is housed in a structure similar to a large circus tent. The aquarium itself houses more than 4,000 marine animals, comprising more than 200 different species from the region as well as some rare creatures from overseas. Top in the Visitors must-see list is the rare shovelnose ray, a hybrid between a shark and a stingray. Admission fee for adults is 500 baht and children are 300 baht.
Call: 038 756 879 / Location: Open from 9.00 a.m. 6.00 p.m.