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5 hidden tourist attractions near Pattaya Beach - Unique attractions in Pattaya

The Pattaya beach in Thailand is known for having a wide range of things for you to do while you are there. Here are some of the lesser-known activities.


The Teddy Bear Museum

The name itself must have told you what the museum is about and the teddy bear museum is one of the most unique places on Earth and is an amazing place to take your kids to. Found the right at the edge of the beach road Teddy island itself is a family fun place that can be found in Thailand and is much loved by the locals. This is one of the top Pattaya things to do if you are travelling with children-and are put up at centrally-located accommodations the likes of Avani Pattaya Resort.


The Ripleys Believe It Or Not Museum

If you grew up in the 90s, this is a show you would have definitely seen in your childhood. The show shocked many of the children and left them clueless as to how such a thing could be possible and if you were a fan of the show you definitely must visit the place. Inspired by the show and the book this place is a strangely beautiful monument that is home to more than 7 art galleries.


Alcazar Cabaret Show

This place is famous with the natives and not so much with the expats, but to know what an authentic Pattaya experience is, you definitely must go to the show. Performed by ladyboy singers and dancers who are dressed-up in feathery, shiny costumes, this is quite a family entertainer that will leave you happy and full of smiles. This show lasts for about 2 hours and can be booked ahead easily.


Art In Paradise

For a stunning visual that the leave you speechless you must definitely visit this place that can be found on the northern side of the beach in Pattaya. You could say that this art gallery is a futuristic one as you will be able to find 3-dimensional paintings and portraits on display here. You must spend quite some time looking at all the stuff that is on display here because they were made by extremely clever and creative artists and have a lot in of interactive and hidden messages if you look closer.


Wat Chiamongkol

Found right at the end of the South Pattaya road this is an amazing Royal temple that will teach you a lot about the religious and cultural aspects of Thailand. Representing and honouring the traditional values of Buddhism, this building attracts people on a daily basis. You will find a statue of a standing Buddha that is dated to be more than 300 years-old but, just looking at it, you would not guess the age as it looks impeccable even today. Just outside the temple, the area is home to cultural activities and shopping during most part of the year especially during the festival times in the country. The architecture of this Royal temple is mind-blowing and will certainly keep you captivated while you sightsee it.

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