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Pattaya Park Tower is the tallest and most prominent building in Pattaya worth visiting.
Raising above the city, the 240-meter tall Pattaya Park Tower, which happens to be also a hotel, offers entertainment and thrill fitting any taste. On the 55th floor of the building, there is an observation deck with an amazing view of Pattaya’s coastline. One floor down inside Pattaya Park, you can taste some Thai seafood dishes at the restaurants with rotating floor. Finally, if you’re at it, do check the local attractions – the jump down off the tower or a ride down in a cable car.
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Pattaya Park Tower on the mapLocation: 345 Jomtien Beach Muang Pattaya, Amphoe Bang Lamung Chang Wat Chon Buri
daily from 10:00 to 19:00; on Saturday from 10:00 to 20:00
Phone: +66 38 364 129
More places to visit in Pattaya
Khao Kheow Open Zoo
In this extraordinary zoo, not only can you see uncaged animals roaming about, but also stay overnight in a cozy tent in its territory.39
Long neck Karen village
An extraordinary village where all women are wearing massive stacks of rings around their necks.9
Pattaya Fishing Park
Pattaya Fishing Park is a dream of any avid fisherman. Huge pond is abundant with giant fish - try to catch enormous water inhabitants:)10
Jomtien Dive Center
The competent staff from the Jomtien Dive Center will do every single thing to make your submersion safe and fun.17
Sriracha Tiger Zoo
The zoo is home to around 200 tigers and 10,000 crocodiles, to say nothing of the other animals! You can take pictures with the predators and feed them.35
The Sanctuary of Truth
The 105-meter high wooden temple was made without a single nail. Thai people believe that here Buddha fulfils the mortals’ wishes.16