Travelling to Pattaya with your love? That’s priceless! We strongly believe that exploring some exotic place and trying different activities during your romantic vacation can strengthen your bonding. And we’re sure that these interesting places to visit in Pattaya for honeymoon will leave your speechless.
Come and explore the beauty along with some unusual places of Pattaya with your partner…
Some incredibly beautiful places to visit in Pattaya for honeymoon
1. Jomtien Beach – Cherish the lovable moments
Jomtien Beach is all about azure water, cool white sand, romantic strolls, and the views of the gleaming city. This is one of the most preferred places to visit in Pattaya for couples for a relaxed and romantic evening. Newly married duos can spend some intimate cuddling each other on the beach, sun bathing together, relishing the stunning view of the sparkling blue ocean, or resting under the shades of palm trees bordering the beach.
Romantic things to do at Jomtien Beach: This is one of the best beaches in Pattaya and there is a lot to do for tourists here. If you are done with sunbathing and enjoying the serenity, walk hand in hand along the shoreline and check out some of the amazing shacks offering sumptuous Thai food.
2. Coral Island or Koh Lan – Lose yourself in the serenity
A ferry 15-minute long ferry ride takes you to this spectacular island featuring scenic splendour. Crystal clear water, sun kissed white sand beach, buzzing beach shacks, and thrilling watersports have made it one of the most mesmerizing places to visit in Pattaya for honeymoon. Above all, the island has one of the best beaches in Pattaya to relax and rejuvenate your body.
Things to do on Coral Island: Indulge in swimming, surfing, parasailing, jet skiing, and snorkeling. Nothing can be more romantic than watching bright multicoloured corals in glass bottom boats together with your beloved.
Opening hours: Ferry service begins at 7:00 am
Entry charge: 30 Baht/person for ferry
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3. Floating Market – Go shopping in style
You can’t imagine your honeymoon in Pattaya without a tour to the enchanting floating market. It is exceptionally delightful to see how nearly 114 vendors sell their commodities and stuffs in traditional boats and canoes. You can buy edible items, clothes, decor items, handicrafts and what not!
Things to buy from the Floating Market: Pick some fantastic souvenir or Thai handicraft that’ll keep the memories of your honeymoon fresh. Foodies must try the famous street foods like pad thai (stir-fried rice noodles), kanom krok (coconut pancake), and thong yip (sweet egg yolk).
Opening hours: 10:00 am to 11:00 pm
Entry charge: 200 Baht/person
4. Nong Nooch Village – Greenery, fresh air, and a lot of fun
Enjoy some visual treats that will will soothe your eyes. The most wonderful thing at Nong Nooch Village is its beautifully decorated landscaped orchid garden. This is probably one of the most romantic places to visit in Pattaya, where love birds can roam hand in hand and spend some great time together.
Things to do in Nong Nooch Village: Thai Boxing show, cultural dance performances, and do not miss the spectacular elephant performances.
Opening hours: 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Entry charge: 500 Baht/person including elephant shows and cultural performances
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5. Walking Street of South Pattaya – Live the nightlife that leaves you awestruck
Now comes the interesting nightlife. Honeymooning in Pattaya and not visiting Walking Street is surely not done. This is the most happening party place known for dazzling lights, loud and peppy music and young crowd. Buzzing beer bars, sports bars, Go Go bars, and nightclubs are there on Walking Street. This is one of the most happening places for nightlife in Pattaya for couples. The entire stretch from high-tech gateway at the Beach Road offers everything that makes the honeymoon spicy.
Things to do at Walking Street: Boost up the romance while you sip your favourite ‘poison’ and dance with your partner to the vivacious tunes of live bands and international DJs in a nightclub.
Opening hours: Walking Street comes live post sunset. Vehicles are not allowed from 6:00 pm to 2:00 am.
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6. Mini Siam – Explore a miniature world with your special someone
How about a world tour within Pattaya? It’s probably one of the most interesting thing you can explore in Pattaya with your partner. Mini Siam is known as ‘mini city’ in Pattaya. It’s a cool place that features miniature replicas of various tourist attractions of the World. From Statue of Liberty to Sydney’s Opera house—the list has everything you can think of.
Things to do at Mini Siam: Take pictures in front of Mini Eiffel Tower, London Bridge and other famous attractions you like.
Opening hours: 7 Am-10 Pm
Entry charge: 600 Baht/person
7. Ripley’s Believe It Or Not – Step into the world of weird things
May not be extremely popular as one of the places to visit in Pattaya for honeymoon, but this museum appeals to couples who also prefer exploring offbeat attractions. Ripley’s Believe it Or Not is an unconventional museum that depicts themed galleries and fascinating exhibitions which leave everyone amazed. Titanic made of matchsticks, mask made of human skin, a wax figure of a four-eyed man are some crazy examples, and the entry gate is even crazier.
Things you must try at Ripley’s Believe It Or Not: Feel the thrill with your spouse in the 12D moving theatre and the incredibly fun infinity maze. Have a spine chilling experience with haunted adventure—a place where nightmares come live.
Opening hours: 11:00 am to 11:00 pm
Entry charge: 500 Baht/person
8. Underwater World – Experience the thrilling sea life
Underwater World is one of the most popular places on the list of top 10 Pattaya attractions. Spend a thrilling night walking through the underwater tunnel, watching the bright and colourful marine animals, and feeding the animals is going to be a thrilling experience for both of you.
Opening hours: 9:00 am-6:00 pm
Entry charge: 500 Baht/person
9. Khao Kheow Open Zoo – An experience wildlife lovers shouldn’t miss
Amongst all Pattaya sightseeing places, Khao Kheow Open Zoo is the most interesting one. If both of you are fond of adventure and ecstasy, then you must plan for Khao Kheow Open Zoo and take a tour of the luxuriant forest. Have an experience of a lifetime while touring through the jungle seeing seeing deers, tigers, langurs, rabbits, squirrels, boars, guinea fowls, palm civets, mouse deers, civets, porcupines and wild birds.
Things to do at Khao Kheow Open Zoo: Go for a thrilling night safari and attend the world-famous penguin parade.
Opening hours: From 6:00 am
Entry charge: 2500 Baht/person
10. Tiffany’s Cabaret Show – End your day with musical extravaganza
With melodious harmony of songs, dance and drama—Tiffany’s Cabaret Show is a must watch and one of the top ranking places to visit in Pattaya for couples for a musical evening. Tiffany is celebrating 40th year of their performance in 2017 and has been proud winner of Thailand Tourism Award and PM Creative Award. Watch this amazing dance show by exceptionally talented ladyboys and add some colours and rhythms to your honeymoon.
Things to experience at Tiffany’s Cabaret Show: Book VIP seats and must watch the elegant and dazzling shows called Saigon Girl and The Glory Flower.
Opening hours: Three shows daily: 6:00 pm, 7:30 pm, and 9:00 pm
Entry charge: 1200 Baht/person
We hope this little guide to gorgeous places to visit in Pattaya for honeymoon excites you and makes you book a honeymoon trip to Thailand right away! You can also share your travel story with us and let the world know about your trip.
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