Pattaya Paradise

Pattaya Paradise – An Amazing Holiday Destination
By: Goo-Keng
Located in the Chonburi province of Thailand is the amazing, Pattaya paradise, that has become a famous destination for tourists from world over.

The golden sands, warm weather and the thrilling night life beckon people to enjoy their holidays in midst of exotic settings. The Agogo bars, discos, karaoke bars, night clubs, restaurants and massage parlours attract large proportion of young tourists to this, oldest Thai tourist spot to enjoy the sensual night life, it has to offer. For the families with kids, attractions like Pattaya Water Park, Underwater world, Ripley’s Believe it or not museum and the Elephant Park provide an enjoyable experience.

The Pattaya paradise attracts lot of nature lovers by organizing its world famous crocodile show at 70 acre farm. The Elephant village provides inquisitive visitor, the glimpse of the way elephants skills are used to haul logs and the way in which they were used in battlefields. The tourists can also enjoy the jungle trek on the back of the Elephant. People looking for sun, sand and water can spend quality time on the Jomtein, Naklua and North Pattaya beach. The golden sand of the beach and the bright sunshine draw out large number of people to enjoy sunbathing and other beach activities.

The Pattaya paradise provides a good glimpse of rich Thai culture inform of temple complex of the Watyansangwaram. This temple is major tourist attraction as it sheds light about the history and religion of this country. The dominating presence of the largest Buddha image of the world, carved out in the mountain is a jewel in crown of Pattaya Paradise. The image of the Buddha that is 130 meters tall and 70 meters wide is carved in to the mountain by laser. The carving is laid in gold. The Sanctuary of Truth is another monument that showcases and celebrates the Eastern Philosophy and the ancient vision of Earth, through decorations and sculpture. This majestic wooden building stands 105 meters high and is spread over 3200 square meters.

The other major attraction like the Pattaya Water Park offers the visitors the facility of watching the entire Pattaya city and the coastline in the comfort of revolving restaurant located at the top of 240 meters tower. At the same time they can delight their taste buds with mouthwatering Thai cuisine. The water park provides the thrills of whirlpools, water slides and swimming pools, far away from the hazards of jet-ski and motor boats. The clean water and the tranquil atmosphere attracts tourist to relax and soothe their nerves. The Pattaya paradise has a recreation park known as Suan Nong Noonch, designed in form of traditional Thai village. The orchid nursery, world famous botanical garden, a mini zoo and cultural shows are the main features of the park. The park draws a lot of visitors, who seek to know more about the Thai culture and ecology.

For adventure lovers, this place promises to set their pulse, racing. The 50meters bungee jump located in midst of tropical settings near the Jomtein beach provide ten seconds of pure thrilling plunge, that one is sure to remember for long time to come. The Ripley believe it of not museum offer four programs that are sure to scare wits out and reawaken the senses. Truly, the Pattaya Paradise provides the visitors a unique and wonderful experience that they will cherish for long time to come.

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