5 Things To Do In Pattaya

Once you’ve had cosmetic surgery in Thailand, it shouldn’t be time to return home just yet! Hopefully you have booked a lengthy vacation so you can recover from the procedure while still enjoying an amazing holiday. Pattaya is one of the most popular spots for those recovering from plastic surgery in Thailand because of its relaxing and colourful beach culture. Whether you just want to relax and chill out or else you have recovered fast enough to enjoy a more active vacation, Pattaya has something for you. Here are some of the best things to do in Pattaya.

1 – Underwater World Pattaya


This is the finest aquarium in Pattaya and has a remarkable series of exhibits. We guarantee you will learn an incredible amount in just an hour and you can also enjoy life feeding shows, and watch real-time action as you journey down the long acrylic tunnel. There are over 2,500 marine creatures to see and over 200 species; many of which come from the Pattaya region. Meet stingrays, sharks and giant groupers and don’t miss the amazing Ship Wreck Tank.

2 – Nong Nooch Tropical Garden & Culture Village

This is 2.4 square kilometre of stunning landscaped park which offers one of the most incredible views you’re ever likely to see. The area actually looks like a massive theme park and has accommodation, restaurants and daily cultural shows for you to enjoy. There are a variety of fabulous gardens including a Stonehenge garden, a European Renaissance garden and a 17th century French garden.

3 – Pattaya Beach

The Pattaya Bay Area is the second most visited city in Thailand after Bangkok and is one of the largest beach resorts in all of Asia. It consists of high-rise condos, beachside hotels and a huge variety of bars and restaurants. Pattaya becomes very crowded at weekends because people come from Bangkok to visit so we recommend enjoying the clear blue water and golden sands during the week.

4 – Pattaya Elephant Village

This location was opened in 1973 and was originally supposed to be a safe haven for working elephants. These elephants are too domesticated to be released back into the wild and are taken care of by the experienced mahouts in the camp. There are a wide range of demonstrations and shows such as bathing, traditional roundup methods and training techniques. The highlight of the camp however has to be the magnificent victory drum ceremony with a war elephant.

5 – Pattaya Floating Market

The Four Regions Floating Market covers 100,000 square metres and is cleverly divided into four sections which sell goods from a different region of Thailand (north, south, central and northeast). There are well over 100 shops selling everything from local delicacies to souvenirs and art. We recommend hiring a man-powered boat to get the full floating market experience; just make sure someone else does most of the work!

We have really just scratched the surface of the amazing number of things to see and do in Pattaya. Should you elect to have cosmetic surgery in Thailand, make sure you set aside enough time afterwards to visit Pattaya.

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