Pattaya Attractions | Pattaya attractions
Pattaya Parks are as diverse as its people. Whatever your tastes may be you will find one or more of the themed parks or other parks to satisfy your tastes. We recommend that you visit some of the more popular parks when in Pattaya.
Pattaya Water Park
The Pattaya Water Park is fun for families and children of all ages. This amusement park has a tremendous slide and the highest tower in Pattaya that includes a revolving restaurant. Jacuzzis and water rides and attractions make this a great park for the entire family.
Pattaya Cart Speedway
Do you have a need for speed? You will love the Pattaya Cart Speedway where you can race go-carts and see how race drivers feel as you make your way around the miniature course. This is a thrilling adventure. Families should keep the age and size of their children in mind before visiting the park.
Nong Nooch Tropical Garden & Cultural Village
Visitors to Nong Nooch Tropical Garden and Cultural Village often marvel at its beauty. This very large (over 600 acres) beautifully landscaped park includes orchid nurseries and a man-made lake. You will get to see a great elephant show, Muay Thai demonstrations, traditional ceremonies, sword fighting and folk dances. This is a must see for visitors to Pattaya.
This miniature city includes replicas of many sacred places and historical sites from all of Thailand. Each exhibit is at a scale of 1:25. You will see some amazing scale attractions including the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, the Bridge over the River Kwae, Anantasamakhom Throne Hall and even the Eiffel Tower, Tower Bridge and the Statue of Liberty.
Suan Chaloemphrakiat Fitness Park
If your definition of a park is more about recreation than this small park at the foot of Pattaya Hill is worth a trip. The jogging and walking trails offer some great scenery. You will be one of many people working on their fitness at this beautiful park.
The Million Years Stone Park & Crocodile Farm
A great trip for families, this park boasts some incredible rock gardens on very well maintained grounds. You can see the fossilized plants that are more than 1 million years old and some bonsai trees more than two centuries old. A trip to the crocodile pools is sure to keep the kids wide-eyed and you will also get to see some animal exhibits that include other rare and even endangered animals.