Pattaya – a piece of land on the eastern borders of the Gulf of Thailand. The city is naturally a resort town, a beach bliss, a cultural hub, a kids paradise and in total a heaven on earth. There are activities for the elderly, middle-aged, youngsters and kids, so Pattaya could provide a memorable holiday for your entire family.
Pattaya is becoming the tourist hub of Thailand as most of the people from the west love the sunny beaches and travelers from the east like the wonderful climate. The city renders various sightseeing options, touring opportunities and of course comfortable and affordable hotels in Pattaya for luxury accommodation.
- Million Years Stone Park & Pattaya Crocodile Farm – the stone carvings and the sculptures are designed with an innovative artistic view. The park is wonderfully landscaped, green blanket lawns covering the soil, picturesque lake with eels and colorful fishes, a number of bonsai trees and plants, amazing fountains and nice walkways. The crocodile farm shelters a lot of crocodile species, ostriches, white Bengal tigers, elephants, deer, bears and many birds too. Your eyeballs will wide open when you see a zoo keeper letting his head into the croc’s mouth. Feed the crocodiles and tigers, and watch animal shows especially the spider show.
- Elephant trekking tours – this is one of the trademark activities in Thailand. Explore the jungle and village by riding on an elephant. This will entertain all your family members, even your kids will love this tour. You can hand feed the elephants after your trekking sessions and can even bathe them in the river. Get close to these lovely creatures, have pictures when you are riding them or bathing them and add those in your album of memories. The villages could also provide a budget Thailand hotels to stay in the countryside if you are keen about learning the local culture and tradition.
- Beaches – for which the city is actually famous for. Most of the tourists occupy with their family in the Pattaya hotels on the Jomtien Beach road. The sea shores are perfectly lined by the palm trees and restaurants. You can buy a refreshing drink, lean along the trunk of the palm trees or park yourself peacefully under the shade huts and enjoy your drink. The Pattaya Beach is the most crowded one – lots of seafood restaurants are there, boat rides, cruising, night partying are the other fun stuffs to take part. Quiet beaches are indeed there in Pattaya – the Wong Amat Beach and the Tawaen Beach where you can also find a nice cheap Pattaya resorts to stay with your family.
- Wat Phra Yai Temple – calm, clean and pure. This temple is a famous religious site in Pattaya with many Buddha statues all around the temple complex. The huge Buddha sculpture in the middle of the temple is the highlight and worships are made in front of this statue. Most of the famous hotels in Pattaya are found close to the temple.