Has Pattaya is located in South Pattaya. Located near popular tourist attractions, less than 1.6 km from Jomtien Beach and 1.4 km from Pattaya-Hua Hin Ferry Terminal. Enjoy beautiful scenery.

Pattaya Viewpoint

Pattaya Viewpoint (Khao Pattaya View Point) on Pratumnak Hill is the best viewpoint and the place to visit day or night to get that classic shot of Pattaya’s sweeping, the viewpoint becomes quiet and peaceful – perfect for enjoying the stunning scenery.

Wat Phra Yai Temple

This Big Buddha – the largest in the region – is the highlight of Wat Phra Yai, a temple built in the 1940s. The Big Buddha is extremely popular with tour groups it is also revered by local people who come to pray at the temple. partial views of Jomtien Beach, and the pavilion hall which has a beautifully painted mosaic on the walls.

Go Karting in Pattaya

Easy Karts is easily best, with a choice of karts, safety gear, and a professional set-up to please any potential speed king (or queen). Located a few hundred meters from the Bali Hai pier, the racetrack is easy to find and, with two separate tracks of varying difficulty, is the largest in Thailand.

Pattaya Walking Street

This Pattaya Walking Street is full of colorful flicker. The lighting of the shop signs will appeal to night tourists, especially foreigners, to withstand the glamor of alcoholic party women. But that is only part of the building on the two sides of Pattaya Walking Street. Visitors can come in just walking on the road without fear of any danger. Just walking along the shopping street See performances and activities of street artists Or just stop by to eat The trip to Pattaya, which has seen both corners of Pattaya, is perfect.

Bali Hai Pier Pattaya

Bali Hai Pier – commonly known as Pattaya Pier – is a central feature of the city, located at the end of Walking Street, near the southernmost point of Pattaya Bay. It is a hive of activity, with endless day-trippers on the way to the nearby Coral Island (Koh Larn), as well as scuba divers, fishing enthusiasts and even private charter boat trips setting off or returning to dry land. The jetty stretches quite far out into the bay and is lined on either side with boats of all descriptions. It can be seen clearly from Pattaya View Point and has now become a classic image of Pattaya itself.

Jomtien Beach

Jomtien Beach is a beach that stretches for 6 kilometers , the pleasure of a leisurely day on the sandy shore, splashing in the clean and uncluttered sea and enjoying the cheap seafood snacks available from wandering vendors. If lazing on the beach isn’t for you,however, there is still plenty to do. such as world-renowned botanical gardens, thrilling water parks and awe-inspiring cultural and religious sites. There is also a great selection of excellent hotels for all budgets.

Pattaya Park

Pattaya Park, a landmark on Jomtien Beach, is best known for its 240-meter tall observation tower, which doubles as a jumping tower. The tower hosts three revolving restaurants serving international buffet, all with 360-degree views of Pattaya. There’s also a separate water park and amusement park.

Koh Larn

The best solution, if you want a taste of tropical paradise, is to jump on a boat to nearby Koh Larn. Often referred to as Coral Island, this is probably the best island near Bangkok in terms of offering soft white-sanded beaches and amenities, such as restaurants and watersports. Koh Larn is quick and easy to reach, and you could even make it a day trip from Bangkok if you get up early enough.

Nong nooch tropical botanical garden

Presently, Nongnooch garden is a very popular tourist attraction with an area of over 1, 700 rai welcoming tourists from all over the world. More than 5,000 people visit each day and the garden has also been recognised as one of the top ten most beautiful gardens in the world. It is rated highly by global websites and has received numerous honors and awards including as the following