Here are the top 35 tourist attractions to see in Pattaya:

1. Pattaya Floating Market

3.6 /5

7 km
from city center
1 out of 35
places to visit in Pattaya

One of the most amusing marketplaces of Pattaya, the 4 Regions Floating Market or Pattaya Floating Market is quite popular among tourists located in the middle of a huge pond. Spread across a huge area of 100,000 sq. meters, the 4 Regions Floating Market is a hub of commerce holding a great experience of culture and local lifestyle for its tourists.

2. The Sanctuary of Truth

4.2 /5

5 km
from city center
2 out of 35
places to visit in Pattaya

A flagship structure of Pattaya, the Sanctuary of truth is one of the most popular tourist attractions located by the sea. Standing tall at 105 meters to the north of Wongamat Beach, The Sanctuary of truth or Satchatham Temple is an iconic structure of Pattaya. Crafted entirely out of teak wood adorning intricate designs and carvings, the place is more like a fusion of temple and a palace.

3. Mimosa Pattaya

10 km
from city center
3 out of 35
places to visit in Pattaya

Mimosa Pattaya is the place to visit for experiencing Pattaya with an oriental European touch. It is a beautifully designed outdoor shopping mall spread out over a vast area styled with bold and bright colours and boutiques with a beautiful and varied collection of items being sold. One can experience the Thai lifestyle and its vibe by taking a stroll in this market.

4. Underwater World Pattaya

4 km
from city center
4 out of 35
places to visit in Pattaya

The best aquarium in Pattaya, Underwater World features 2500 aquatic animals bringing a slice of the deep shores to our world. Turning out the deep oceans, magnificent corals, the sandy beaches and the hard-to-find aquatic animals easily accessible to general public, the Underwater World Aquarium at Pattaya has been developed in a manner that you will find yourselves teleported from your hustling modern lives to the exciting and peaceful marine lives.

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5. Nong Nooch Botanical Gardens

3.7 /5

19 km
from city center
5 out of 35
places to visit in Pattaya

Spread across a vast area of 2.4 sq. km, Nong Nooch Botanical Gardens is more of a small village with well-manicured gardens that are host to a variety of amusement options. One of the major tourist attractions of Pattaya, the place is home to a plethora of plants and flowers species, a must-visit for nature lovers.

6. Wat Phra Khao Yai

3.8 /5

2 km
from city center
6 out of 35
places to visit in Pattaya

Located just off the Pratamnak Road, Big Buddha Hill is one of the favourite spots for locals and tourists. Big Buddha Hill is a huge idol of Buddha nestled at the top of the hill serving as a sight to behold even from good distance. Also known as Wat Phra Yai, this image was installed in 1977 at a height of 300 feet. Situated about 2.5 kilometres from South Pattaya, you will notice an impressive huge gold-colour Buddha idol as you reach up close.

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7. Art in Paradise

3.7 /5

3 km
from city center
7 out of 35
places to visit in Pattaya

Art in Paradise is an amusing take on art gallery where contemporary meets modern technique to result in an impressive illusion art museum. Established in year 2012 by Shin Jae Yeoul across an area of 5800 sq. meters, Art in Paradise is a museum that displays the art work in three-dimensional spectra. The place is quite popular among both kids and adults, it is an interactive museum with great surprises.

8. Walking Street

4.5 /5

0 km
from city center
8 out of 35
places to visit in Pattaya

One of the most famous party hotspots of not only Pattaya but entire Thailand, Walking Street is a place to be for crazy party lovers. Walking Street is a stretch of about a kilometre packed with everything one wishes to visit in Thailand. Full of energy and dynamism, the street serves as the busiest party hub of Thailand with myriad options of leisure and entertainment. From local items to food, clothes, handicrafts and showpieces, the Walking Street houses much to see and visit.

9. Jomtien Beach

3.4 /5

4 km
from city center
9 out of 35
places to visit in Pattaya

Jomtien Beach has a beautiful 6 km of coastline of sand and pristine water flanked by pine groves. A much tranquil shore as compared to its neighbour in the north, the beach serves as a perfect place to laze around. If that is not on your mind then be prepared for thrilling adventure activities that attract locals as well as tourists in large number.

10. Khao Chi Chan

3.6 /5

20 km
from city center
10 out of 35
places to visit in Pattaya

Nestled at Ban Chi Chan, Khao Chi Chan is a huge hill with an outline of Buddha etched on it in gold attracting tourists in large number. It also popularly known as the Buddha Mountain. Khao Chi Chan is a huge limestone hill adorned with worldÍs largest carved stone Buddha initiated by His Holiness Somdet Phra Nyanasamvara, the Supreme Patriarch.

11. Tiffany's Cabaret Show

4.3 /5

3 km
from city center
11 out of 35
places to visit in Pattaya

Tiffany's Show is a highlight of the Pattaya itinerary offering its spectators a truly amazing cabaret show equally appreciated by locals. Started in 1974 from a tiny bar in South Pattaya, TiffanyÍs Cabaret Show is undoubtedly an overwhelming experience contributing to the popularity of beach city of Thailand, Pattaya. With a stage experience of over 28 years, the show was announced as the 4th on Top Ten Show around the world by TravelCom Magazine in 2001.

12. Ripley's Believe It or Not Museum

3.3 /5

0 km
from city center
12 out of 35
places to visit in Pattaya

A one of its kind museum, Ripley's Believe It or Not Museum is a popular tourist attraction offering more than 300 extraordinary and some bizarre items collected from all around the globe by Robert Ripley from the United States.

13. Mini Siam

3.4 /5

5 km
from city center
13 out of 35
places to visit in Pattaya

Mini Siam is a miniature exhibit of famous sites from around the world. Among several such buildings on display, some of them are New York's Statue of Liberty, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, London's Tower Bridge, the Grand Canyon, Paris' Arc de Triomphe and Sydney's Opera House.

14. The Million Year Stone Park And Pattaya Crocodile Farm

3.5 /5

8 km
from city center
14 out of 35
places to visit in Pattaya

An impressive tourist attraction, the Million Years Stone Park and Crocodile Farm is an ideal place for nature lovers and those interested to understand the Thai culture. Nestled over an area of 70 acres, the Million Years Stone Park and Crocodile Farm is renowned for its raw nature. Founded by a businessman Khun Suan Phanomwattanakul for his love of nature, the farm is a making of over 20 years of effort.

15. Wat Yanasangwararam

3.5 /5

17 km
from city center
15 out of 35
places to visit in Pattaya

One of the most popular and impressive wats of Thailand, Wat Yanasangwararam is a place worth visiting. Nestled about 20 km from South of Pattaya, Wat Yanasangwararam is a huge temple complex offering a glance into the Thai design and architectural traditions. The temple was established in the year 1976 to honour the present Supreme Patriarch, Somdet Phra Yanasangwon and was later dedicated to King Bhumibol Adulyadej in 1988.

16. Pattaya Beach

3.8 /5

2 km
from city center
16 out of 35
places to visit in Pattaya

Pattaya beach is one of the most popular beaches of the city known for its serenity, clear water and sandy coast. Pattaya Beach is a 4 km stretch of crescent-shaped sandy coastline flanked with palm trees. One can enjoy various activities at the beach including Jet Ski, parasail, speedboats, and diving boats while exploring the floating restaurants. An esplanade all along the coastline is perfect for a morning workout, jogging and roller blading.

17. Khao Kheow Open Zoo

3.3 /5

37 km
from city center
17 out of 35
places to visit in Pattaya

Opened in 1978, Khao Kheow Open Zoo is spread over a vast area of 2000 acres nestled inside the Khao Kheow Chom Puo Wildlife Sanctuary. With a spectacular backdrop of lofty hills covered with lush green rain forests, the zoo houses more than 300 species of animal with a total count of about 8000 animals.

18. Koh Larn

11 km
from city center
18 out of 35
places to visit in Pattaya

Coral Island, or Koh Larn, is a gorgeous island situated at a distance of around 7 Km off the coast of Pattaya Beach. With the Bay of Bangkok present on the northeastern end and Gulf of Siam on the western side, Koh Larn is synonymous to paradise on earth and is a must–visit place during your trip to Pattaya.

19. Ko Phai

22 km
from city center
19 out of 35
places to visit in Pattaya

Tucked away in the eastern corner of the map of Thailand, some 21 kilometers from Pattaya city- Ko Phai is a cluster of islands that is celebrated for its unreal beauty and pristine beaches. Ko Klung Badan, Ko Luam Ko Manwichai, and Ko Rin are some of the few islands among the group of Ko Phai. The phenomenal archipelago is a retreat for sunbathers and beach lovers. Keep in mind that you can visit Ko Phai during daytime, but have to leave the shores before the evening sun wears off.

20. Central Marina Pattaya

2 km
from city center
20 out of 35
places to visit in Pattaya

Central Marina Pattaya is a popular shopping mall situated in the Bang Lamung district of Pattaya. The mall is spread over three floors and houses several retail stores and eateries with a six-screen SFC Cinema for entertaining the visitors. The children are kept engaged at the play area within the shopping arcade while their parents indulge in shopping.

21. Pattaya Sheep Farm

12 km
from city center
21 out of 35
places to visit in Pattaya

The Pattaya Sheep Farm is one of the prime sightseeing locations in the vicinity of Pattaya. Situated about 15 kilometers away from the hustle and bustle of the metropolis, it is a quaint rural place created for entertainment as well as imparting information about varieties of farm animals, their purpose as well as upkeep. The highlight of Pattaya Sheep Farm is the presence of Dutch style windmills, various barns and a tiny lake.

22. Pattaya Viewpoint

5 km
from city center
22 out of 35
places to visit in Pattaya

Situated on top of the Phratumnak Hill (Pattaya Hill) at the borders of South Pattaya and Jomtein, the Pattaya Viewpoint is one of the best viewpoints in the area, providing a magnificent view of Pattaya Bay and the cityscape. The location is visited by locals and tourists, both during the dawn and dusk, to get that mind-stirring shot of Pattaya's famous crescent bay.

23. Madura Island

1,506 km
from city center
23 out of 35
places to visit in Pattaya

Madura Island, also called Pulau Madura, is an island off the north-east coast of Java in Pattaya. It has varying topography such as rocky cliffs and sand-dune beaches in the north and shallow beaches and lowlands in the south. Madura Island is the land of gorgeous waterfalls, large caves, historic temples, and small islands that are perfect for water sports making it a great destination for history buffs and water-sports junkies who’d like to discover new waters

24. CentralFestival Pattaya

1 km
from city center
24 out of 35
places to visit in Pattaya

Central Festival Pattaya is the ideal beach-side shopping mall that stands apart from the bargain stalls and bazaars that line Pattaya Beach Road. At this mall, one is treated to over 350 shops serving international and local brands. There’s also a great food court upstairs that caters to every kind of culinary desire, a department store, and an entertainment complex.

25. Cartoon Network Amazone Water Park

25 out of 35
places to visit in Pattaya

Cartoon Network Amazone Water Park is the world’s first cartoon themed park and one of the top ten water parks in Asia located in Chonburi, around 20 kilometres from Pattaya. It features 30 water slides, exhilarating rides, and attractions like entertainment shows, wave pools, surfing pools, and an extensive food court. It recreates an exciting, rainforest setting with rides named after Cartoon Network’s famous characters like Ben 10, Johnny Bravo, and the Powerpuff Girls.

26. Sriracha Tiger Zoo

10,097 km
from city center
26 out of 35
places to visit in Pattaya

The Sriracha Tiger Zoo is situated in Sri Racha city of the Chon Buri Province of Thailand. Built on the outskirts of Pattaya, Sriracha Tiger Zoo is about 97 kilometres away from Bangkok. It was established in 1997 and now homes around 400 Royal Bengal Tigers and 10,000 crocodiles which are estimated to be the largest in the world. The Zoo is an ideal place for visitors who would wish to get a real-time experience with tiger cubs, watching animal shows, feeding them, or taking a picture amidst nature.

27. Soi Buakhao

2 km
from city center
27 out of 35
places to visit in Pattaya

Soi Buakhao is a happening street located in between South Pattaya and Central Pattaya roads. Situated in the Amphoe Bang Lamung district of Chang Wat Chon Buri province of Southern Thailand Soi Buakhao is popularly known as the quieter sister of the Walking Street of Pattaya. It is not a very busy street yet people looking for some night clubs will find them across the city. Soi Buakhao is a hit amongst foreign tourists because of the reasonable accommodation and night club prices, and the proximity to major tourist sites of Pattaya.

28. Teddy Bear Museum

13,222 km
from city center
28 out of 35
places to visit in Pattaya

Teddy Bear Museum, also known as Teddy Bear Island, is a 2500 sq, feet museum located in Bang Lamung District of Chon Buri province, Thailand. The first of its kind in Southeast Asia, the Teddy Bear Museum has more than 2,000 dolls, and teddy bears in all sizes along with twelve picture zones. The best part about the museum is one can embrace the teddy bears as there is no glass between the visitors and the dolls — the primary motive of the founder My. Kim Hyun was to create a photo-centered area.

29. Wong Amat Beach

4 km
from city center
29 out of 35
places to visit in Pattaya

Wong Amat Beach is located in the Amphoe Bang Lamung district of Chang Wat Chon Buri province of Southern Thailand. Situated right at the peninsula of Naklua Bay, the place can is easy to dentify by the tall buildings and towers. Wong Amat Beach is known to be one of the most beautiful and peaceful beaches fo Pattaya. It is known to be a jewel because of the coarse sand and the fact that it can hold a good crowd during high season.

30. Ramayana Water Park

14,037 km
from city center
30 out of 35
places to visit in Pattaya

Ramayana Water Park located in Na Chom Thian region of Pattaya happens to be a must-visit location for the tourists. The visitors are amazed to experience the rides and water slides as well as the long float down the river that also helps them to relax amidst the waves. The kids are thrilled to find two different zones dedicated to them entirely where they encounter all sorts of adventures by visiting mythical underground caves, bubbling geysers as well as lose themselves in a confusing maze of greenery.

31. Elephant Village Pattaya

6 km
from city center
31 out of 35
places to visit in Pattaya

A private company runs the Elephant village located in Tambol Nong Prue subdivision of Pattaya City. This area provides a haven for domesticated elephants, which were once an essential part of Thailand’s workforce. Visitors can watch them perform tricks, ride them and feed them at the park, thus obtaining an invaluable experience. Opened in1973, the village does not receive any Governmental patronage or International aid. Instead, tourist fee goes towards feeding, upkeep and treatment of the elephants. This initiative allows visitors to do their bit for these domestic animals unable to return to their wildlife.

32. Pattaya Park Tower

11 km
from city center
32 out of 35
places to visit in Pattaya

Located on the Thappraya Road at Jomtien Beach, Pattaya Park Tower is the highest seaside tower on the East Coast of Thailand with a height of 240 metres. It has at its disposal an awe-inspiring panoramic view of the coastline and the Pattaya City from the observation deck on the 55th floor (the top of Pattaya Tower) and three revolving restaurants offering mouth-watering dishes with a serene ambience.

33. Pattaya Dolphin World

5 km
from city center
33 out of 35
places to visit in Pattaya

Pattaya Dolphin World is located in the Chang Wat Chon Buri district of Thailand and is a famous dolphin world and resort built to allow people of all ages to enjoy without disturbing nature. It is a perfect place to boost your energy and stimulate your sense organs by receiving Dolphin Therapy. You can touch, swim, or play with one of the most intelligent creatures on Earth.

34. Pattaya Night Bazaar

34 out of 35
places to visit in Pattaya

Located opposite the Central Festival Pattaya Beach, the Pattaya Night Bazaar boasts a treasure trove of goods and is among the most popular street markets in the city. With more than 250 stalls and shops, this enclosed Thai street market has gained a cult status among shopping enthusiasts, both locals and tourists. Unlike other street markets in the city, Pattaya Night Bazaar is set in permanent air-conditioned structure. Packed with an abundance of local Thai charm, this street shopping hub is worth a visit.

35. Gems Gallery Pattaya

35 out of 35
places to visit in Pattaya

Spread across an area of 15200 square meters, the Gems Gallery Pattaya is a hub of precious stones and gems. It is one of the world’s largest jewelry stores and a major point of attraction among travelers visiting the resort city of Pattaya. The Gems Gallery Pattaya boasts an impressive collection of exquisite pieces of jewelry designed by some of the most proficient artisans in Thailand. Here, visitors also get to learn about gems, everything from jewelry making to cutting and polishing of precious stones.

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