As this guide to Pattaya Beach will show, there is a lot more to this 4 km crescent of coastline than just sand and sea. In fact, the beach is not even the star attraction, even if it is home to a huge number of speedboats, parasails and jet skis, as well as diving boats and floating restaurants. Pattaya Beach Road, which is just a line of palm trees away from the shore, is the place to be.

Our Pattaya Beach Guide will show you where to find the best attractions, the best shopping, the best eating and the best partying in the the main part of the sprawling conurbation now known as ‘Greater Pattaya’. Between Pattaya North Road (Pattaya Nua) and Pattaya South Road (Pattaya Tai), there is a wealth of experiences to enjoy, ensuring that you will never be bored.

Coral Island Pattaya & Activities

The Coral Island or Koh Larn in Pattaya is one of the main attraction that you should not miss. Take the boat trip to the offshore Coral Island where you can enjoy swimming, diving, and sunbathing. You can relax on the beach or play water-sports such as skiing, windsurfing, or scuba diving at your own leisure. Delicious seafood lunch is served on the island.

Under Sea Walking

Let’s try new under water experience with sea walker. Makes fun with a 1000fishes.Very easy to access. This is the real must do activities in Pattaya.


Let’s fly in the sky with Parachute. This activities is the highlight of Pattaya for more 20years. This is your chance to fly like a bird

Banana Boat & Jet Ski

Wet fun and fast is the real meaning of Banana boat. Enjoy riding banana boat on crystal clear beach is the perfect experience.

Pattaya Cabaret Shows

See the best of Pattaya through its colorful performing arts scene. The cabaret shows here have garnered world-wide fame, thanks to their stunning ladyboy entertainers who possess tremendous stage talents. For a concentrated dose of Thai culture and history, the extravagant Alangkarn Show will take your through two hours of captivating performances.

Alcarzar Show

Alcazar can successfully blend the art of acting, stage design, costumes & the sequence of the shows so well to be impressed by every one of all ages. So Alcazar is a must to visit for both local & foreign visitors. Don’t miss it ever!

Tiffany Show

If you have never experienced an amazing, spectacular, and outstanding cabaret performances, then you should never miss the Tiffany Show. You will be astonished by the fully-packed entertainment value of which you would never find anywhere else in one night!

Colosseum Show

Colosseum Show is a brand new cabaret-theatre on a colossal scale. It is destined to be one of the leading cabaret shows that Pattaya has to offer. Meet the rare talents and astounding beauty of Thai transgender entertainers in an extravaganza fully equipped with glitzy and glamorous costumes and stylish set designs, top of the range lighting and sound effects. Colosseum Show is guaranteed to exceed your expectations and provide you with never before seen world class entertainment.

Art in Paradise Pattaya

Art in Paradise is a fun and fresh take on an art gallery that has closed the divide between art and spectator with three-dimensional paintings that are interactive and laugh-out-loud funny. Through clever use of shading and borders, artists have painted directly on to walls to create stunning images that trick our eyes into thinking animals are smashing through walls, friends are balancing over raging waterfalls and polar bears are stealing a sip of our coconut. The gallery has over 100 individual art pieces in ten themed sections, covering optical illusions, wild animals, nature, past civilisations and reproductions of classic art with witty additions such as bright pink nail polish on a pre-Raphaelite beauty, or a pencil added to the Mona Lisa so you can be Leanardo Da Vinci… for a second, at least. The taking of photographs isn’t just tolerated at Art in Paradise, it is actively encouraged and you will see plenty of Thai people engaging in one of the nation’s favourite pastimes, taking shot after shot of friends in ever more elaborate poses. Art in Paradise inspires visitors to get creative with the paintings as the 3D imagery looks more authentic in photographs. This is a great place to come with children, friends or on a date and you will leave the gallery with a lot of funny moments captured on your camera

Nong Nooch Tropical Garden & Cultural Village

Nong Nooch Garden is set in a beautifully landscaped park and can easily make an all-day trip. The entire area is more like a theme park, with daily cultural shows, restaurants and accommodation as well as a vast area showcasing individually themed gardens. A leisurely stroll through the botanical park is like taking a journey around the world, through its many famous gardens, whether 17th-century French garden, Stonehenge, or European Renaissance garden. Equally fascinating are species-specific gardens, such as cactus and succulent plants, orchid nurseries, tropical palm gardens, bonsai and topiary garden.

Pattaya Floating Market

Pattaya Floating Market the biggest floating market in the world, provides daily several cultural performances, native to the four regions of the country, like Thai classical dance, martial art demonstrations,as well as water boxing, where the fighters perform on a horizontal pole above the canal. Painters do show their artificial work, like umbrella and portrait painting. Pattaya Floating Market will provide shortly Amphibian-boat rides, an agricultural rice field demonstration and authentic House-boats for home stay.

Sri Racha Tiger Zoo

A 90 minutes drive from Bangkok will bring you to the world’s largest tiger zoo; the day consists of a visit to the the park with the unique opportunity to have your picture taken with a baby tiger in their natural compound. Thrilling experience surrounded with paws, claws and roars.

Pattaya Walking Street

Pattaya Walking Street is the biggest and busiest party hotspot in the whole of Thailand, with only a couple of the top places in Bangkok beating it for sheer volume and variety. A full kilometre from its high-tech gateway at the Beach Road end to the Bali Hai Plaza end, almost every building along its length is a nightclub, go-go bar, beer bar or restaurant. Each of the side streets – which span from Soi 14 to Soi 16, with a couple of uniquely-named streets in between – is more of the same, making the whole southern end of the city into a warren of nightlife entertainments, with something for practically every taste.

The remarkable thing about Pattaya Walking Street is that there is so much to see and do, and it is so densely packed that you could spend every night for a whole week there and, aside from having the mother of all hangovers, you would still be finding new places each and every evening. We have endeavoured to survey the main points of interest and even here we are just scratching the surface of the hundreds of venues on and around the neon-drenched strip.

Khao Kheow Open Zoo

Khao Kheow is a clever zoo. It’s not the sort of place where the animals’ prowl up and down looking bored out of their skulls. Here you can get as close to the animals as you’d probably want to. The animals’ homes are cleverly woven into the stunning natural surroundings, so at times it’s more like you’re on safari. There are elephants, penguins, hippos and big cats, everything you’d want from a trip to the zoo. Establish in 1978, Khao Kheow was a part of the Zoological Park Organization of Thailand. It is now one of the biggest open zoos in Thailand, with more than 200 different kinds of animal.

Ramayana Water Park Pattaya

Ramayana Water Park is a vast aquatic playground located in beautiful natural surroundings and joins the rapidly growing number of attractions in the Silverlake area, south of Pattaya. With 50 slides and attractions in a 184,000sqm area, it the biggest of its kind in Thailand. Opened in May 2016, Ramayana Water Park also offers important conveniences to make your fun as carefree as possible, including secure lockers, extensive on-site car parking and a plentiful supply of washrooms. It is sure to provide at least a full day’s safe, family-friendly, wet and wild adventure.

Cartoon Network Pattaya

Cartoon Network Amazon Waterpark near Pattaya is larger and more spectacular than anything of its kind in Thailand, with 30 state-of-the-art water rides and slides and other attractions including Disneyworld-style mascots, entertainment shows, a food court with many regional food types and all-round aquatic fun for the whole family. The park is logiclly split into sections catering to smaller children and teens and fully-grown children with families of their own. You can break up your day at Cartoon Network Amazone Waterpark by visiting Foodville, an open-air but under cover food court which has local and international dishes including Japanese, Korean, Indian, American and Italian cuisines.

Ripley’s Believe It or Not in

Ripley’s Believe It or Not Highlights

So, what have you been missing out? Nothing life-changing, really, but perhaps a handful of odd facts about the world you live in. A lot of the exhibits focus on things you least expect to see, which have made the museum famous in the first place, such as a mask made from human skin, real shrunken human head, primitive torture devices and a wax figure of a four-eyed man, among others. Some are actual items, while others are replicas.

But odd is not the only thing you will find at the museum. The exhibits extend to curious facts and inventions, such as a Titanic made of more than one million matchsticks and a model of the 1937 Jaguar that’s actually a motorboat. Apart from the museum, other attractions at Ripley’s Believe It or Not! include The Infinity Maze, Ripley’s 4D Moving Theatre, Ripley’s Haunted Adventure and Tussauds Wax Museum. You can easily spend an entire day here and leave with fascinating tales to pass on to friends and family back home.

Sanctuary of Truth

The Sanctuary of Truth, the magnificent wooden structure is among those ‘unseen places’ in Thailand. For travellers who are interested in art, history and philosophy as well as the heritage of mankind, the Sanctuary of Truth is worth a visit!

Mini Siam

Would you like to travel around the world in a couple of hours? Mini Siam in Pattaya is where you can take a glimpse of famous attractions around the world in a limited time.

The Million Years Stone Park & Pattaya Crocodile Farm

This Park & Farm is a new striking tourist attraction created with more than 20 years- efforts, for all nature lovers. It contains much more than what its name suggests. It is not only a living museum of curious and beautiful things of all the three kingdoms-animal, vegetable and mineral, but it also offers you several kinds of amusing and exciting shows.

Underwater World

Walk-through underwater aquarium. A leisure attraction showcasing the rich variety of marine life found around the region. Situated at Pattaya, it complements the many other educational and recreational activities available at this beautiful seaside resort.

Flight of the Gibbon Zipline

Experience the beauty, magic and adventure of Thailand’s rainforest like never before! High in the the tree tops of a pristine national park, you’ll glide through the jungle canopy via 3 km (1.8 miles) of thrilling wire zip-lines, scenic sky bridges and adrenaline-inducing abseils. This is the largest canopy zip-line tour in the world! Along the way, our highly trained and safety-minded Sky Rangers will share their local knowledge of the rainforest flora and fauna that inhabit this ancient, biologically diverse wonderland. Flight of the Gibbon is an educational adventure guests will never forget, and will certainly be a highlight of their trip to Thailand!

Teddy Bear Museum Pattaya

The Teddy Bear Museum Pattaya – also known as ‘Teddy Island’ – is a truly unique, slightly baffling and extremely fun family-friendly experience. Housed in the impossible-to-miss teddy bear-themed building at the northern end of Beach Road, it houses about 1,000 stuffed animals in the most unexpected journey through history and fantasy ever. Particularly popular with Asian visitors and an unshakable part of the tour bus itinerary, every exhibit can be at least touched and, in many cases, interacted with. The route through the museum is surprisingly long, so guests should save at least two to three hours to really enjoy every section, stopping to take cute pictures with the bears whenever you fancy.

Silverlake Vineyard

Silverlake Vineyard, Pattaya is the first and only vineyard in the East of Thailand. Nowsaday, Silverlake Vineyard is famous for its beautiful view for photo and drama shooting.Grapes and vine products can be purchased here.

FLY Board

We are pleased to present you a great invention in the field of water and extreme activities called Flyboard! This unique design was created in France, in 2012 and immediately gained a crazy popularity among all lovers of water activities due to its availability and ease of management on the one hand, and due to the incredible and one-of-the-kind feelings on the other hand. The creator of this fantastic machine has patented his invention, and during the first year he received a lot of orders around the world for purchasing this engineering marvel. One of these lucky people is now in front of you. Flyboard Pattaya is the only company in the most popular and visited resort of the world – Pattaya, which gives you the opportunity to fly with the flyboard.

Pattaya Beach

The half-moon-shaped Pattaya Beach is 4 kilometers long with a road running parallel to the beach. From the mid-section to the southern end of the area, there is a vast array of restaurants, bars, department stores, souvenir stores as well as other places of entertainment. There are various mini-resorts and hotels in a quieter atmosphere on the northern part of the beach.It’s actually free to stroll along the beaches, but operators will charge you for the services they provide, i.e. the beach chair. A price is roughly $1 per chair, though bargaining is rather customary in Thailand.

Khao Chi Chan ( Laser Buddha)

Khao Chi Chan is a famous place as it features a giant sculptural image of Lord Buddha erected on the giant cliff. It was built 1995 as initiative from then Supreme Patriarch who felt it’s such a waste to let these marble mountains were destroyed so he ordered to create the giant Buddha image on the cliff that was cut half already. It was also built to honor His Majesty King Bhumibol on the occasion of his Golden Jubilee.

Pattaya Dolphin World & Resort

has become a Pattaya new attraction since 2011 features the fascinating dolphin shows and other outdoor activities such as rope jumps as well as other entertaining performance. There are five shows daily starts from 9am to 5pm with length 45 minutes.

Pattaya Elephant Village

showcases daily life of elephants and their masters. It also offers stage shows, which demonstrate how to catch wild elephants, elephants-at-work in the jungle, elephants playing football, a grand war and elephants’ parades. Elephant rides around the village are recommended. The one-hour-long elephant shows are held at 2.30pm

Frost Magical Ice of Siam

Newly opened in October 2016, this exciting winter escape in Pattaya is one that will undoubtedly thrill the kids. Indulge in the wintry -10ºC temperature as you walk around marvelling at ice sculptures based off Thai culture and attractions. Apart from the adventurous ice walk, there’s also a waterslide and the Love Ice Bar onsite. Get deliciously icy drinks here to top off the fun and chilly experience.