Nongnooch garden opened to the public in 1980, and added to the garden was a daily Thai cultural show and elephant show within the theater. Presently, Nongnooch garden is a very popular tourist attraction with an area of over 1, 700 rai welcoming tourists from all over the world. More than 5,000 people visit each day and the garden has also been recognized as one of the top ten most beautiful gardens in the world.
Only 30 minutes drive from Pattaya, you will discover the very special tiger zoo of the region. The zoo is the home for 400 Royal Bengal tigers and various kinds of animals in the natural atmosphere, but it also offers you many amusing activities and amazing shows.
About 2km south of Pattaya Beach lies Jomtien Beach, a long, straight 6km stretch of sandy coastline that is a lot less chaotic and crowded than Pattaya. New hotels, resorts, condominiums, shops and restaurants are rising fast, but they are more spread out and, for now at least, haven’t plundered Jomtiens quiet down-to-earth charm. It’s much more peaceful and laid-back than Pattaya Beach too.
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