The climate of this city is tropical, both wet and dry at times. There are no winters. The climates vary from hot and dry to hot and rainy.
Many roads lead into and out of the city. You can travel from and to Bangkok via the Bangkok-Chonburi-Pattaya road since it is linked with Bangkok’s Outer Ring Road.
A fishing village in the past, Pattaya has boomed as a tourist destination during the Vietnam War. Now, it is striving to become a family-friendly seaside destination. There are already a variety of family oriented activities you can do in Pattaya. You can see the tigers and crocodiles at the Sri Racha Tiger Zoo, where animals perform in shows on a daily basis. Tourists also can see the underwater coral creatures in a tourist submarine called Vimantaitalay. Other popular activities also include golf and go-kart racing.
The Cartoon Network Amazone is a water park near the navy base golf course, which has a Cartoon Network theme. The park offers numerous slides, pools, surfing simulators, and also, the largest water playground in Southeast Asia.
There is a Ripley’s. Believe it or not, a museum you may enjoy. A bottle art museum is there to amaze the tourists. There is a Pattaya Crocodile Farm and fun, humorous amusement park too. If you are in Pattaya, try to visit them all.
Other famous sights include the Sanctuary of Truth, Mini Siam, Wat Yanasangwararam Woramahawihan, and Thepprasit Market.
Popular city festivals and events include the celebration of Chinese New Year, the Burapa Pattaya Bike Week, the biggest motorcycle event in Southeast Asia, Pattaya International Music Festival, and the Pattaya Songkran Festival. Pattaya Marathon, Pattaya Classical Guitar Festival, and Loi Krathong, a light festival, are also famous and interesting events to visit.
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