There was a time when Thailand was considered a destination for those who cannot afford traveling to more expensive destinations. However, the image of Thailand rapidly changed in the past two decades as the government emphasized on tourism development. The country saw huge events of exotic islands, pristine beaches, exciting tours deep into nature, adventure sports, luxurious resorts and hotels, and top-notch shopping and food options. The popularity of the country as a tourist hotspot increased multifold as it became one of the favorite film shooting location for many Hollywood movies.

One of the most famous towns of Thailand is Pattaya, which was among the first developed beach strips of the country. The city located at a roughly 3-hour drive from the capital was initially a fishing village that was later developed into a full-fledged beach strip with shops, eateries and other tourist attractions. Although Pattaya managed to attract a lot of foreign investment and attraction regarding hotel chains, food chains, etc., it still maintained a notorious reputation, and most family travelers or sight-seeing enthusiasts preferred checking it off the list. Today, Pattaya is back with a bang and has a lot to offer for everyone regarding amusement and attractions. However, it is still one of the most underrated towns in the country when it comes to Sightseeing. Sightseeing in Pattaya is, in fact, one of the best and the most exhilarating experience that you can have. Here are a few interesting options that you would not want to miss out.



If you are a history fan who loves to explore historical sites, Ayutthaya is the place to be. The city that once stood in all its glory as a capital of the ancient Siamese kingdom is now a historical park and a UNESCO world heritage site. Although many tourists prefer an overnight stay at Ayutthaya, you can easily book a day trip to the city from Pattaya. The tour will take you on a mesmerizing journey into one of the most intriguing tales of glory and devastation that the ancient Siamese kingdom saw. From historical ruins to hauntingly beautiful temples, gorgeous architecture, floating markets, and local village culture, you will have a one-of-a-kind experience on this journey.


The Lost World Tour

This fantastic day tour is an exciting combination of untouched natural beauty and historical temples that are architectural marvels. Dense jungles with an abundance of wildlife, beautiful caves formed out of stalactites, a Buddhist temple and a dip in the clear waters of an eight-level waterfall will enable you to come up close and personal with the raw beauty of nature.


Floating Market

The famous floating market of Thailand is on every tourist’s must-do list. This is a vibrant and colorful market has shops hovering over a river on the boats. You will find some of the most unusual that souvenirs that you will not find elsewhere.


The magic of the East

Take a journey deep inside the rich village culture of Thailand. On this tour, you will get to perform new Thai rituals, visit beautiful temples and feed fish, birds and other animals. You will get a chance to take unique photos with the famous long-neck women which will be an absolute fodder for your Instagram feed.