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The multitude if things to do in Pattaya, cultural and historical sites to visit, great beaches and electrifying nightlife have all combined to establish this city as one of Thailand's primary vacation destinations. No matter what your interest, this city has the goods to keep you entertained for as long as you have time. Families with children with have a blast, the nocturnal among us will find the city to be an exotic party pot, sport enthusiasts will find facilities such as world class golf courses a welcome addition to their holiday and culture and history lovers will find this seaside retreat a treasure chest of discoveries. Much more than just the 5 star hotels in Pattaya we advertise, it is in fact a vacation lifetime memories are made of for everyone who visit here.

Water Sport

On Pattaya Beach and Jomtien Beach, jet skiing, wind surfing, kite surfing and boating is all part of the fun. If you don't feel like walking the few meters to the nearest bar for something cold, beach vendors will always be at hand to serve whatever you require.

Elephant Village

Here the big beasts will entertain you by playing soccer and performing several other tricks. It is also possible to book an hour elephant trekking.

Si Racha Tiger Zoo

Like the Tiger Temple near Bangkok, you can here also inter-act with the big cats of you have the nerve for it. Tigers are also  trained to amuse visitors with circus tricks. The zoo also feature bears, chimps, crocodiles and other interesting animals

Pattaya Go-Kart Speedway

The Kart Speedway is the pioneer and the biggest kart racing tracks" in Thailand. It features a 400 & 800 meter Track and is great family fun.

Hynix of the Sea

The Henix is a real yellow submarine which will thrill the whole family during an hour long journey under the sea.

Oasis Sea World

Here you have your chance to swim with the dolphins. Part of the parks activity include giving tourists a look into the breeding habits of dolphins and programs to rescue and care for injured dolphins.

Pattaya Floating Market

Shop in the Thai stye of yesteryear. Traditional boats lazily float along water ways bordered by wooden walk-ways lined with more than 100 shops offering the opportunity to buy food and souvenirs and, free cultural shows are also on offer.

Water Theme Park

Situated in Jomtien, Pattaya Water Park offers huge water slides, swimming pool and a revolving restaurant at the top of a tower offering some nice views.

Underwater World Aquarium

Underwater World is a 100 meter long tunnel through which visitors can stroll and view some magnificent marine life including Stingray, sharks and turtles. If you have the stomach for it, you can also scuba dive with the sharks and stingray in view of everyone in the tunnel.

Off-shore Islands

Several islands close to Pattaya's shores can be visited with daily organized tours, and you can even do this in a glass bottom boat revealing the world under the surface of the water as you go. Koh Lan, Koh Krok and Koh Sak all feature pristine beaches and snorkeling here is simply amazing.

Pattaya Nightlife

That this city has a serious nightlife is no secret and the centre of it all is walking street. There is seemingly no end to the pubs, clubs, bars and go-go bars. But Pattaya also has a more moderate side to its nightlife. If the raunchy scene around the Walking Street area is not your thing, head for Naklua. Compared to the wild vibe in Pattaya, Naklua is almost devoid of the hard core action found elsewhere in the city.

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