The Best Things To See And Do In Pattaya
Nong Nooch Gardens in Pattaya is one of the most popular Pattaya attractions for many reasons. Merging together a zoo type environment with gardens and a theme park, you simply can't go wrong on your Pattaya holiday.
Nong Nooch Gardens in Pattaya
Khao Kheow Open Zoo in Pattaya is situated close to Sriracha and is known as one of the best zoos in Thailand. If you are on holiday with family and friends, this popular Pattaya attraction is a must see!
Khao Kheow Open Zoo in Pattaya
Glide through the beautiful jungle canopy with the Flight of the Gibbon experience in Pattaya. High-octane activity seekers or just those who like something different and adventurous will have an amazing day.
Flight of the Gibbon In Pattaya
Changthai Thappraya Safari and Adventure Park is yet another reason why Pattaya has become a popular family holiday destination. Take an afternoon out to visit this interesting theme park... the kids will love you for it!
Changthai Thappraya Safari Park
Take a beautiful tour around the stunning Silverlake Vineyard, which is located a 15-minute drive from Jomtien and not too far from Bang Sare. The vineyard is not just home to grape vines, but also has a fine restaurant and scenic countryside.
Silverlake Vineyard Pattaya
If you are into high-octane adventure activities in Pattaya, Canopy Adventures Cable Ride in Pattaya will give you a real buzz. Glide through the jungle canopy in the hands of experts and experience the thrill of a lifetime.
Canopy Adventures Cable Ride in Pattaya
Get away from it all at Koh Larn in the Gulf of Siam. This small yet beautiful island is just a short boat ride away from Pattaya and the easiest way to see one of Thailand's famous tropical islands.
Koh Larn Near Pattaya
If you are seeking a laidback and stress-free fishing experience, Pattaya Fishing Park is the place to get away for a few hours' relaxation. With all the equipment available for rent, you have everything you need.
Pattaya Fishing Park
Thailand is famous for its orchids, and if you like flowers, an hour or two at Siriporn Orchid Farm Pattaya will be just the ticket.
Siriporn Orchid Farm Pattaya
Sriracha Tiger Zoo Pattaya is the ideal place for a day of family fun while on holiday in Pattaya. There are many different animals at the zoo and every tour desk in the region can easily book you a visit.
Sriracha Tiger Zoo in Pattaya
Wonder Farm is located near Bang Sare in South Pattaya and is the ideal place for family excursions. Because it's located close to Silverlake Vineyard and Bang Sare Beach, you can visit the farm as part of a day tour around the area.
Wonder Farm in South Pattaya
Million Year Stone Park has become one of Pattaya's best loved family attractions over the years with lots of crocodile shows and a zoo-type environment. Popular with visitors of all ages, this ia a must-visit attraction for families.
Million Year Stone Park in Pattaya
Pattaya is not very famous for its water features, but at The Nam Tok Chan Ta Then waterfall, you will find the best waterfall in the Pattaya region. This is a great afternoon's fun for the family.
Nam Tok Chan Ta Then Waterfall
If you like a multi-purpose facility that is a garden, park and fitness area rolled into one, then Suan Chalermprakiat in Pattaya is ideal for you.
Known as one of the most sacred Buddhist Temple complexes in and around Pattaya, Wat Yansangwararam is a must visit for culture lovers.
Wat Yansangwararam Pattaya
The THH team went to check out Splashdown Waterpark, and it’s a really great addition to Pattaya’s thriving waterpark scene. The park is basically a recreation of the Japanese game show “Wipe Out,” complete with the big, red inflatable balls that you hop across—or face a short swim if you “wipe out”…
Splashdown Waterpark Pattaya
Pattaya Sheep Farm is a ‘must visit’ if you have kids with you on your visit to Pattaya. This sprawling attraction offers fun and photos galore. There are lots of activities as well as animals to get close and friendly with.
Pattaya Sheep Farm in Banglamung
Set in beautiful gardens, Wang Sam Sien features Chinese antiques and structures that include statues and reconstructions. It is located close to Wat Phra Yai (The Big Buddha) in Pattaya, and the two together make a memorable daytrip.
Wang Sam Sien
The Island and sea around Samaesarn is a hands-on study in conservation. You can have a true, natural experience of real Thailand – corals, sea turtles, and rare plants – while learning at the same time.
Samaesarn Island Pattaya