Pattaya Guide

Pattaya Today?

Pattaya today is different from the past. Now Pattaya offered you more nightlife and beach. If you want to try something new, Pattaya is a great place to start. Inexpensive water sports include windsurfing, sailing, water-skiing, parasailing, game fishing, snorkeling and scuba diving. Lessons are available for most sports at reasonable prices, so just do it!

On land, high energy people can choose from go-cart, squash, badminton, bowling, jogging and bungee jumping! For more sedate or family options see attractions

Interesting variety sports



Water Skiing


Game Fishing



Flight of the Gibbon

Interesting attractions

The Bottle Art Museum

This unusual museum houses an extensive collection of more than 300 glass bottles containing churches, temples, palaces, and ships, delighting visitors of all nationalities. Created by Dutch sculptor, Mr. Peter Bedelais who hand crafted the various intricate parts and assembled them in varying glass bottles with different shapes.

Mini Siam
Located near Pattaya Klang, this miniature city with more than 100 models on a scale of 1:25, has replicas of 80 sacred places and important historical sites around Thailand. Models include the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, the Bridge over the River Kwai, the Golden Stupa and Pimai Khmer Sanctuary. There are also models of the Eiffel Tower, the Statue of Liberty, London's Tower Bridge, and the Trevi Fountain.

Ripley's Believe it or not Museum
Over 250 unique objects. Individually themed galleries feature hundreds of unbelievable and weird exhibits like a mask made from human skin and an African Voodoo doll.

A huge Vegas style extravaganza. The 75-minute cultural performance explores Thailand’s history through a multi media, multi-dimension presentation with laser show, surrounds sound system, over 150 performers plus elephants and special effects. The huge air-conditioned theatre holds seats for 2,000 visitors.