nd. This road is 500 meters of sheer fun, and is located at the end of Pattaya’s Beach Road. The entire street closes to vehicular traffic at 6:00 P.M., and you’re free to roam among the beer bars, nightclubs, go-go bars and hotels as you wish. Walking Street comes to life in the nights and night is where the fun is at when you’re in Pattaya, experiencing Pattaya Tours!
Don’t miss Tiffany’s Cabaret Show which takes place in a grand theatre. Performers enter wearing long ball gowns, elaborate feather plumes, faux leather and fur and all kinds of spectacular, dazzling costumes. Then an hour-long riot of color, sound and light begins and you’re taken into a different dimension via songs and dances that span the hemisphere and beyond.
Nong Nooch is 2.4 square kilometers of land, filled with some of the most-intensely colored flora that you’ve ever seen. These landscaped gardens are an amazing sight, and have repeatedly won international awards for their designs. There’s a 17th-century-French-style garden, and Stonehenge recreated, and magnificent topiary displays, all of which are part of our Pattaya Day Tours package.
One of the most popular Pattaya sightseeing attractions in Thailand is the floating markets you find in different cities. The Pattaya Floating Market, also known as the “Four Regions Floating Market”, is a 100,000sqm market where the North, South, East and West regions of Thailand are represented.
South Pattaya Wat Phra Khao Yai, also known as Big Buddha Hill, is pristine and picturesque. The Big Buddha is 18 meters in height, and is positioned nearly 100 meters above sea level. The Big Buddha leans over the Jomtien and Pattaya Beaches. We at Rayna Tours know Pattaya intimately; we’re ready and happy to show you the city we love and take you to all our favorite places in Pattaya. We’ll take care of the tickets and everything. Sign up for your Pattaya tours today and join us in all activities & things to do in Pattaya!Less