Pattaya is a city on Thailand’s eastern Gulf coast known for its beaches. A quiet fishing village as recently as the 1960s, it’s now lined with resort hotels, high-rise condos, shopping malls, cabaret bars and 24-hour clubs. Nearby, hillside Wat Phra Yai Temple features an 18m-tall golden Buddha.
About Pattaya

Pattaya is a city on Thailand’s eastern Gulf coast known for its beaches. A quiet fishing village as recently as the 1960s, it’s now lined with resort hotels, high-rise condos, shopping malls, cabaret bars and 24-hour clubs. Nearby, hillside Wat Phra Yai Temple features an 18m-tall golden Buddha. The area also features several designer golf courses, some with views of Pattaya Bay.

Coral Island In Pattaya

Also known as Koh Hae, Coral Island near Pattaya is a beautiful island located a few kilometers off the coast of Phuket and Pattaya. It is 3 kilometers and 7 kilometers away from Phuket and Pattaya, respectively. Situated southeast of Phuket, the island is famous for its incredible golden shoreline and beautiful coral reefs. The island has two main beaches, i.e., Long Beach and Banana Beach. A plethora of people visits this island on a daily basis.

To avoid the hustle and bustle of the mainland, Thailand tourism has carved out a great opportunity for relaxation and adventure sports in the beautiful Coral Island, locally known as Koh Larn. Off the coast of the mainland, 7 kilometers into the Gulf of Thailand, Coral Island of Pattaya is one of the prettiest waterfront scenes that Thailand has to offer, with crystal blue waters lined by warm sands at the shore and green hilly interiors. A half-day Coral Island tour Pattaya, away from all crowd and noise, is a perfect way to blow off some steam.

Walking Street

At the southern end of the Pattaya Beach Road, Walking Street is the nerve centre of Pattaya’s night-time entertainment. In fact, Walking Street Pattaya is one of the liveliest zones of entire Thailand when it comes to entertainment. Running a full kilometre from its gateway at the end of Beach Road to the Bali Hai south pier of Pattaya, almost every single building along this road is either a diner or a nightclub or a go-go bar or cabaret showplace. Needless to say, when the sun is down, the best place to be is Pattaya, Thailand Walking Street.

Bangkok Pattaya Walking Street stays closed to vehicular traffic for the sake of fun and entertainment from 6 pm in the evening till 2 am in the night, and recently the deadline is being stretched till 3 am on the request of many establishments. Basically, it gets its name from how the crowd gets to enjoy the ambience of a wild and crazy nightlife by walking on the street. This special treatment particularly separates the place from any other place in the city – it is a mark of how excessively vivid Walking Street Pattaya nightlife is.

Sriracha Tiger Zoo

Sriracha is a city 97 km from Bangkok situated on the outskirts of Pattaya. The city is famous for its Tiger Zoo. The Sriracha tiger zoo houses one of the largest numbers of the Royal Bengal tiger along with a number of other species living together in perfect harmony because of the unique feeding program of the zoo. The tiger population is bred in captivity and is one of the largest in the world in a single place. The zoo also has a number of other animals, including elephants, ostriches, crocodiles, kangaroos and some of the most exotic birds. The zoo offers a multitude of shows and plays areas where you can interact with these animals and see these majestic creatures in their full glory.

The main attraction is the feeding room where the tiger cubs and piglets are all fed together. One can also feed and hold the cubs by paying an extra fee and get a picture clicked. The zoo provides a unique environment for both animals and humans to interact. The crocodile show, the pig show, and the Tiger show are just some of the many attractions the sriracha tiger zoo tour has to offer. The zoo allows the visitors to feed and pet the little ones of a number of animals in what is a truly unique experience originating from the mingling of species creating an environment of true peace. The feeding program has created wonders and presented the possibility of what the world would be if the animals and humans lived together as a family.

Visit Our Travel Website for hotel bookings, flight bookings and many more :

Sanctuary Of Truth

Sanctuary of truth is a major religious structure in Pattaya with both Buddhist and Hindu motifs decorating its interiors. Carved entirely from teak wood, the 105 m tall hall is a unique structure in the world as the structure itself is a mixture of a temple and a palace. Commissioned by a local businessman Lek Viriyaphant, the Sanctuary of Truth Pattaya has become one of the icons of Pattaya and appreciates the history, art, philosophy, and culture of the country without being tied down to a single faith and is yet to be completed with a preliminary completion date set to 2050.

The architecture is based on that of the Ayutthaya period and houses sculptures from a number of cultures. The sanctuary has four gopura representing images from a multitude of cultures and countries and houses philosophy and studies representing Asian culture and its influences and origins. The sanctuary symbolizes the constant struggle of life, and that is why the wooden structures are not preserved and exposed to the natural elements continuously succumbing to nature and being replaced. The whole structure is a work in progress and pays homage to the influences and origins of the human civilization and emphasizes the importance philosophy has played in the development of mankind and the human civilization.

The sanctuary offers tribute to the 7 creators that man needs to exist, Heaven, Earth, Father, Mother, Moon, Sun and Stars.

160 km²
140 m
0.32 million (2010)
Sontaya Khunpluem
Share on social networks
Our Newsletter

Subscribe to our newsletter and get exlusive first minute offers straight into your inbox.

Follow Us


Fill out the form to book the Tour. Required fields are marked *

Enquiry about the Tour availability or anything you’d like to know. Required fields are marked *