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Thailand Sand City near Pattaya

Do you want to see something that you can’t see anywhere else? If that’s the case, it’s highly-recommended that you check out the Thailand Sand City. In a nutshell, it’s a theme park that showcases unbelievable sand sculptures.

If you’ve been amazed with sandcastles at your local beach, prepare to be more amazed with the sand sculptures at Thailand Sand City. You’ll really see that a lot of hard work was put into them and it’s quite obvious that they’re made by people who genuinely love what they’re doing.
You’ll see sculptures ranging from the Transformers to the Wild Wild West. You’ll also see sculptures of different people whose emotions were captured perfectly. Even fantasy figures look so real that they almost became reality.

In addition, this theme park presents something that not a lot of theme parks can present – an eco-friendly art form. After all, these sculptures are only made from sand and water. Thanks to top-notch sculptors from all over the world, this is really an attraction that you shouldn’t miss.

Visit this attraction on a Private Day Tour around Ayutthaya.

Visit the Elephant Village

Traditionally, elephants used to be the regal transportation for the Royal families in Thailand. They were also primary in carrying woods from the jungles and for various other heavy duty works. But now due to diminishing natural habitats, these elephants can bee seen at sanctuaries called elephant villages.

This place is a great tourist’s location where these magnificent animals are given proper care, taught and trained to do wonderfully amusing acts. Visit the elephant village for some fun elephant rides inside the forests and jungles, through streams and rivers. It is unique experience like none other.

Often the elephant village has a roundup where awesome tricks and demonstrations are performed by the gathered elephants. The gigantic mammals are well trained and tamed so no need to be afraid. The crowd pullers are definitely the cute and naughty antics of the young elephants. So don’t forget to visit an elephant village for some extraordinary experiences.

Visit this attraction on our Thailand Royal Coast Experience tour.

The Sanctuary of Truth in Pattaya

A lot of tourists visit The Sanctuary of Truth out of curiosity. After all, it’s not every day that you get to visit a sanctuary of truth. A visit to this attraction is a must. In fact, you can enjoy the attraction even from the outside as you get to admire this temple’s construction.

The size itself is impressive, as this wooden building covers about half a hectare. But its height proves to be its most impressive feature. After all, its top point is more or less 105 meters high. It’s also impressive to note that this wooden building was built to stand the elements that are present in seashores.

In order to fully enjoy the experience, you need to go inside so you can check out every inch of the building. You’ll see that every inch showcases Thai creativity as they feature wooden carvings and sculptures that are patterned after religious matters. With these artworks, it’s easy to see how they can help visitors understand life, responsibility and the universe better.

Visit this attraction on a Private Day Tour around Pattaya.

Suan Nong Nooch Tropical Garden

Travel 15 kilometers from the South Pattaya area and you’ll be able to discover a not-so-hidden paradise called the Suan Nong Nooch Tropical Garden. The garden is 500 acres of well-manicured landscapes designed to look like a Thai village filled with botanical gardens and orchid nurseries. What once was a botanical conservatory is now one of the most popular attractions in the area.

In addition to the garden itself, the Suan Nong Nooch Tropical Garden also features other attractions like traditional, cultural and elephant performances. The garden also features several tourist-friendly amenities like swimming pool, halls, restaurants, villas, cottages and even houses.

Do you want to know how popular this garden is? Well, over 2,000 tourists from all over the world visit the garden each day. With its popularity, the garden is always improving so even return visitors will have a great time. Of course, the attraction stays true to its original goal – that is to educate the public about the importance of conserving the plants and flowers.