What are the Places of Interest I can see in Thailand?

In Thailand, you will see a completely different culture from that of Europe. This is a Buddhist country, ruled over by the King, the country is located in a tropical climate zone. For this reason, you will enjoy adventures that can not be experienced anywhere else in the world.

Pattaya Excursions

Nong Nooch Tropical Gardens

The beautiful tropical botanical garden in Pattaya is one of the largest and most beautiful gardens in Asia. It contains examples of famous gardens and more than 2 000 types of palm trees. The complex includes, among other things, a display of amazing traditional performances, such as Thai dances that document the history and culture of the whole of Siam, Thai martial arts and a renowned elephant show.

Elephant Rides

The Elephant Village in Pattaya provides the opportunity not only to see elephants at close proximity, but also to ride on them during a tour through the Village where, for example, a silk factory is located.

Sanctuary of Truth

The gigantic wooden structure is over 100 metres high. The Hindu-Buddhist temple, which is something between a church and a castle, has been left unfinished since 1981. There is not a single iron nail in the entire building. The sanctuary is a reflection of ancient Thai design, and each square inch of the building is covered in wooden reliefs and statues.

Flight of the Gibbon

Adrenaline experience on a zip line in the middle of a Thai rainforest. Experience a great adventure - just like the Gibbons - amidst the forest trees under supervision of experienced instructors.

Yellow Submarine

In Pattaya, you can descend to the bottom of the ocean in a yellow submarine. More precisely, the descent is 100 metres below sea level – an incredible experience.


Culture-lovers should visit Alangkarn. The cabaret is a showcase of theatrical and circus artists and musicians.

Mini Siam

All the sights of the world in one place – this is Mini Siam. The park with miniatures of popular tourist destinations should not be missed in your trip plans.

Alcazar Cabaret

The most popular and largest ladyboy cabaret show in Asia. Such performances are numerous worldwide, but nowhere else are these performers as perfect and charming as they are here.

Oasis Sea World

Oasis Sea World is located 30 km from downtown Chanthaburi. Here dolphins are conserved for reproduction. There is a show by two dolphin species.

Pattaya Kart Speedway

This is the famous racing Go-cart circuit of Pattaya. It provides racing on uneven terrain.

Million Years Stone Park & Crocodile Farm

Most bizarre stone formations can be seen in the Park. In the second section of the Park, there is the Crocodile Farm, where crocodiles can be fed for a fee.

Tiger Park

Come into direct contact with tigers in the Tiger Park. The animals are trained and domesticated, so visitors should have no fear.

Excursions to the Islands

Koh Larn

The largest island near Pattaya is only 7.5 km away. It consists of beautiful beaches, many restaurants and the turquoise sea. The island can be accessed by boat from the port or beach.

Koh Samet

Koh Samet is a T-shaped coral island, with an area of 6 x 1.5 km, located 70 km from Pattaya in the azure blue sea. Since 1981, it has had the status of a National Marine Protected Area. There is a quiet and relaxing atmosphere, white beaches with fine sand, lined with palm trees, romantic nooks and beach restaurants.

Koh Chang

Koh Chang is the second largest island in Thailand, after the island of Phuket. The island, which is located 250 km from Pattaya, can be easily reached by car. The highway journey takes about 3 hours. Koh Chang is currently considered as the “forgotten pearl”, because tourism is not as developed here as on other islands. For this reason, it offers very beautiful spots, white sandy beaches and a turquoise coastline.

Koh Mak

The island is located in the eastern part of the Gulf of Thailand. It is the third largest island of the province of Trat; only Koh Chang and Koh Kood islands are larger. The island boasts beautiful sandy beaches, azure sea, palm trees and very friendly inhabitants. Do not expect noisy night-life and shopping on this island. We only recommend this island to true lovers of tropical beauty. On the island, three tiny fishing villages, a small temple and an elephant village can be visited.

Koh Kood

Koh Kood island is located near the Cambodian border. Although it is the fourth largest island of Thailand, it is much quieter and less developed than the neighbouring island of Koh Chang. It is an island of unspoiled natural beauty, perfect for a relaxing holiday. The relatively flat island is covered in luxuriant forests, coconut and rubber plantations. Fortunately, Koh Kood has not yet been much invaded by tourist activities, so it still preserves its beautiful Nature and especially the clean, white, fine sandy beaches and pristine sea.

Koh Sak

Koh Sak is a small island with the length of 500 metres. Yet there are two beaches with perfectly clean white sand and clear water.

Koh Khrok

Koh Khrok can be found on the map, 600 metres from Koh Sak Beach. Go to Koh Khrok especially if you are into water sports and diving. It's a paradise for divers.

Koh Phai

Koh Phai Beach belongs to the Mu Koh Phai archipelago. Koh Phai is also called “Bamboo Island”.

Pattaya Beaches

Jomtien Beach

Jomtien is the most frequently visited beach in the city. Although most people from the city head straight here, the municipal cleaners take care of the cleanliness of the beach. One can swim here and relax in the close vicinity of the city centre.

Pattaya Central

Pattaya is the central city beach. Compared to Jomtien, it is not so clean, due to the busy passing traffic and proximity to the main road.

Wongamat Beach

Wongamat is the longest beach in the northern part of Naklua. Those who seek cleaner water right in Pattaya will definitely head straight here instead of to the central beaches.

Dongtan Beach

Dongatan Beach boasts great infrastructure. Many hotels around the area do their best to keep the beaches clean. so that tourists can enjoy their time spent at the waterfront.

Pratumnak Beach

Pratumnak Beach will help you to forget about the daily hustle and bustle. Warm sand, shady areas, stony sections and a secluded gazebo all help to give this wild spot a romantic flavour.

Free time in Pattaya

Restaurants and Thai Cuisine

Thai cuisine is famous all over the world. Many local restaurants offer traditional Thai food.


There is much entertainment on Pattaya beaches, as well as in the city centre. Watersports’ fans can choose from water scooters, windsurfing and other aquatic attractions for both children and adults.


Pattaya Golf Courses are considered as a paradise for golfers, with over 20 courses within 40 km distance of each other. You can play golf in Pattaya on world-class golf courses with panoramic views. There are many premium golf courses available: Laem Chabang International Country Club, Burapha Golf Club, Phoenix Golf and Country Club, St. Andrews 2000, Siam Country Club, Bangpra Golf Club, Khao Kheow Country Club and Green Valley Country Club.


Like Thai cuisine, Thai massages have become known worldwide. Pattaya massage salons provide relaxation and stress relief.


Fun in the water is not only on the beaches. You can visit the Ramayana Water Park and Columbia Pictures Aquaverse if you love water slides, normal slides and other aquatic attractions.


Pattaya is a paradise for shopaholics. Gigantic shopping centres, with shops and restaurants as well as many other attractions, are to be found in the city.

Interesting Excursions around Thailand


Everyone knows that Bangkok is the capital city of Thailand and it is also the city that never sleeps. If you are interested in architecture or religion, the many hundreds of Buddhist temples will surely attract you.

Chiang Mai

In Chiang Mai, you can explore other temples and the historical centre. In addition, you will be enchanted by the mountainous landscape, including the highest mountain in Thailand, Doi Inthanon, near the city.


The city of Ayutthaya was destroyed in 1767. Today, the historical Ayutthaya Park, which is included on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List, is also in the territory.


The most interesting monument in Kanchanaburi is the Bridge over the River Kwai, which became the central symbol of the Oscar-winning movie. During the Second World War, thousands of people died during the construction works on it, so it is known now as the Death Railway.


Phuket is an island with beautiful beaches and stunning sunset views. Swimming and diving among the many marine animals can be enjoyed.


Sukhothai was the first capital city of Thailand in the 13th century. The city is abandoned today, but offers tourists the opportunity to walk around countless historical ruins.

Krabi and Railay Beach

In the province of Krabi, many sandy beaches with cliffs can be explored, which are popular for swimming and climbing. Railay Beach is the most popular beach in this area.

National Parks

There are beautiful national parks in Thailand, where one can see elephants and other exotic animals. The route to high waterfalls leads through the jungle. It is also worth mentioning the oldest national parks, Khao Yai and Khao Sok, where the rainforests are older than those in Amazonia.

River Kwai

A trip along the River Kwai will lead you in the footsteps of World War II. You can visit the War Cemetery and the Bridge over the River Kwai, which was called the Death Railway due to the harsh conditions of the workers during the construction works on the bridge.
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