Pattaya is a world-class holiday destination in the Gulf of Thailand. Here's what you need to know about the history of this exciting city before you go.
Silver Lining by The Glass House
The new restaurant and bar situated on Wongamat Beach. With the unique design of the building and the location by the beachfront make this place becomes popular.
The Glass House
The Glass House is one of most romantic places, located in Sattahip. This restaurant and bar is so famous that both Thai and foreign customers.
Cartoon Network Amazone Waterpark
Cartoon Network Amazone Waterpark is larger and more spectacular than anything of its kind in Pattaya, with 30 state-of-the-art water rides and slides and other attractions including mascots, entertainment shows, restaurant and aquatic fun for the whole family.
Pattaya Sheep Farm
“Pattaya sheep farm” the biggest sheep farm in Pattaya (just 10 minutes from North Pattaya.) and first sheep farm that combines with the seaside atmosphere which is a great place for photo taking.
Royal Garden Plaza Pattaya
Located on beach road (Pattaya Sai 1). The Mall contains International Brand Retail Shops, restaurants, Food Wave, International Food Court with the best sea view located on the 3rd floor which can hold the group catering up to 400 persons and also the best entertainment from family and the one and only in Thailand which is Ripley’s museum.
Phra Tamnak Viewpoint
Locate on a small hill on the south of Pattaya Beach, this place is the best spot to see the panoramic view of Pattaya City and Pattaya Bay from above.
Pattaya Floating Market
A visit to the Pattaya Floating Market is a culture conservation place and a unique shopping experience.