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Teddy Bear Museum

Teddy Bear Museum

Beach Road

Teddy bears hold a dear place in most of our hearts, and what better way to revisit your childhood than to explore the plush world of the Teddy Bear Museum! More than 2,000 bears are waiting for you to take selfies and family photos with them in 12 differently themed zones, including a winter wonderland, outer space and a magical fairy tale theme.

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Coral Island (Koh Larn)

Coral Island (Koh Larn)

Koh Larn

Only a 20-minute ride from Amari Ocean Pattaya, Bali Hali Pier offers tourists a 7-km boat ride to this beautiful island. Koh Larn offers white sandy beaches and clear azure waters with many leisure activities for visitors to enjoy. The island is about 4 km long and 2 km wide and rises to about 180 metres at its highest point.

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Tiffany’s Show Pattaya

Tiffany’s Show Pattaya

Pattaya 2nd Road

Tiffany's Show Pattaya is a household phrase in Thailand and Asia as well as around the world. From its inception, Tiffany's Show Pattaya has grown into a spectacular world-class show visited by audiences from all corners of the world.

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Art In Paradise

Art In Paradise

Pattaya 2nd Road

In one gallery, a giant elephant seems to step out of the frame; in another, three boys seem to balance on a thin plank of wood suspended across a ravine with a thundering waterfall in the background; a crack in the floor reveals a fabulous underground temple in another section.

A fun spin on a conventional art gallery, Art in Paradise, puts the spectator in the picture with interactive three-dimensional artwork that promises plenty of entertaining photos. The brainchild of Korean businessman, Shin Jae Yeoul, it spreads over 5,800 sqms, in what was previously a nightclub, and has over 100 individual paintings sectioned into 10 different themes that cover wild animals, nature...

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Underwater World

Underwater World

Sukhumvit Road

A spectacular 105-metre tunnel with acrylic windows takes visitors on a voyage “to the bottom of the sea” allowing them to get up, close and personal with creatures of the deep without getting their feet wet.

Over 2,500 marine animals, comprising more than 200 different species, provide an educational yet entertaining adventure for all age groups. Start off at the ‘Touch Pool’, where the kids can interact with sea cucumbers, turtles, starfish, lobsters, and small sharks. The ‘Coral Reef Zone’ showcases reef life with colourful coral, anemones, and schools of brilliantly coloured fish, while the ‘Open Ocean’ section takes visitors to the ocean depths, home of the...

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Ripley’s Believe It or Not

Ripley’s Believe It or Not

Royal Garden Plaza

Weird yet wonderful, this museum is a fascinating compilation of strange, shocking and sometimes beautiful oddities from around the world. This collection like others in Ripley’s Believe It or Not! museums around the world are the work of cartoonist, reporter, adventurer Robert Ripley that began in 1918, who picked up many strange and unbelievable souvenirs on his travels.

The Pattaya collection features over 10 individually themed galleries that house over 350 unique exhibits including, believe or not, a mask made from human skin, a real human shrunken head, primitive torture devices, and even the a model of the Titanic made from more than 1,000,000...

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Nong Nooch Tropical Garden

Nong Nooch Tropical Garden

Na Jomtien

Initially planned as a fruit plantation, the owners had a change of mind after being inspired by the beauty of well-known gardens they visited on a trip abroad. Sprawling over 500 acres, their remarkable creation is wide variety of gardens done up in the European, French and traditional Asian tropical styles, which focuses on plants from the region as well as being a repository of flora and fauna from around the world. It also has the world’s largest collection of tropical palms and cycads, as well as a wide range of orchids.

Some of the more interesting displays are the incredible ‘Cactus Garden’, the bizarre sculpture-based ‘Umbrella Garden’, the ‘Floating Oasis’, the unique ‘Pottery Garden...

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Sanctuary of Truth

Sanctuary of Truth

Naklua Road

Visible from a distance as it sits on a rocky hilltop with a magnificent view of the ocean, the extraordinary gigantic structure rises 105 metres into the sky. It’s dark exterior is adorned with thousands of intricate carvings of Buddha heads, Hindu gods and goddesses, sacred animals and other religious and spiritual beings.

An art installation, religious shrine and cultural icon in parts, The Sanctuary of Truth takes its inspiration from the four major artistic and philosophical influences in the country – Chinese, Thai, Khmer and Hindu – using art and culture as the reflection of ‘Ancient Vision of Earth’, ‘Ancient Knowledge’, and ‘Eastern Philosophy’.

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Pattaya Dolphin World

Pattaya Dolphin World

Hua-yai

First the performers ‘wai’, then one by one they jump a series of hoops, before one of them flicks a ball with its tail into the audience, and for the next 45 minutes the dolphins keep the audience spellbound playing football, pulling funny poses, even launching their trainers high into the air, and only stopping in between to snack on their favourite treat, the yellow stripe trevally.

Pattaya’s first dolphinarium is home to seven of the mammal beloging to two species, the Pink Bottlenose and the Irrawaddy. Four of them perform in the six-metre deep pool, while the visitors can swim with the other three allowing them a close encounter with the gentle creatures.

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