Discover the best top things to do in Sattahip, Thailand including Sai Kaew Beach, Silverlake Vineyard, Wat Yansangwararam, Buddha Mountain (Khao Chi Chan), Cartoon Network Amazone, Ramayana Water Park, Nang Ram Beach, Bang Saray Beach, Anek Kuson Sala (Viharnra Sien), Koh Kham Undersea.
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4.5 based on 293 reviews
This is a great beach to go with family. Monkeys roaming the streets and the Navy close by. This is a very relaxing, safe, and peaceful beach. I was brought here by a local, because we had small children with us. There are chairs available to rent as well as other gear for the day. They do have food vendors and novelty shops here. Much more kempt than Philippines. You won't get bothered by those annoying beach hustlers trying to give you the deal of the century. We brought our own meals with us. Great, refreshing drinks are sold right here for those of us foreigners that enjoy cold beverages. If you are looking to enjoy the beach with family, then this is the place to go. Otherwise, Pattaya is just down the street for the party goers with no inhibitions.
4 based on 332 reviews
Love to take the back roads here were you can visit and see many types of temples. A very good Italian villa atmosphere and restaurant, visit here every year
4.5 based on 138 reviews
First stop at the visitor center where wegot the map of the temple ground, there was a ticket booth for boarding electric car services to 7-8 stops to visit important buildings/pagodas/statues/ patriarch residence /international pavillions by the manmade lake. It's quite hot, even in rainy season of May so be well prepared with sunlight protection and big bottle of water to stay hydrated. It's best to use own private car to drive along the direction to designated stops. Garden by the lake is a good picnic spot.
4 based on 951 reviews
Just a quick 10 minutes stop to take pictures, but we have a lots of fun. We love the place and the Buddha markings carved on the mountain, I have never seen something like this before. But else than taking pictures, there is not much to do here
4 based on 935 reviews
World's First Cartoon Network themed water park Cartoon Network Amazone Water Park features 10 themed-entertainment zones and also boasts captivating live and multimedia entertainment that incorporates the latest in interactive smart-screen technology. The Omniverse Zone boasts some of the fastest water rollercoasters in the world, including a splash landing from a massive 23.4-metre high tower while the Adventure Zone is filled with spins, twists, tunnels and turns. The Cartoonival Zone has more than 150 water features to discover and is where fans can hang out with Ben 10, Chowder, the Powerpuff Girls and all other favourite Cartoon Network friends. The Riptide Rapids is where guests of all ages can grab an inner tube at any of the landings along the 335-metre long route and ease into the relaxing retreat of this continuous flowing river that winds its way around Cartoon Network Amazone. The Mega Wave Zone is the place to bob up and down on the gentle waves or boogie board on the wavy waters while the Surfarena comes with flowrider instructors to teach new tricks and spins on Surfing the waves that roll out at 56 kph. Cartoon Network Amazone is located in the small seaside town of Bangsaray, about a 20-minute drive from Pattaya City and less than two hours from Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi Airport.
While traveled to Thailand with my kids, planned visit Cartoon Network water park. We made a reservation via their web site, quite user friendly and recommended. Site and facilities are very nice and joyful. Public transportation and taxi services are available to site.
4.5 based on 764 reviews
Ramayana Water Park, Pattaya - the Biggest and TripAdvisor's Best Park in Thailand. With lakes, Islands and green hills in and around the park, Ramayana offers so much more than its over 50 attractions including 21 exquisitely designed water slides, many of which are totally unique. Two dedicated kids' zones, a breaking Double Wave pool, a Lazy River with waves, caves and water features, activity and relaxation pools and even a floating market.
The water park is big and the playing machine is great fun design for both children and adult (it has the level for player to do). The park is just opening so looks empty but great fun and safety (there are security guard standby every point).
4.5 based on 115 reviews
During the week a quite place with cristal clear water. On weekends totaly overcrowded. Nice bungalows on the beach for 1200 bhat from monday to thursday. Worth a visit.
4 based on 194 reviews
This beach is much, much cleaner than Jomtien and 3 times cleaner than Pattaya, and no noise or Pollution from cars and trucks along the busy road, beach road, like in Jomtien and Pattaya, and un like Pattaya you don't have lady boys and prostitutes trying to solicit you for sex! Bang Saray, much more family oriented not to mention good places to buy fresh fruit at a much lower cost! And another good thing, you do not have all the boats and ski doo's so the water is much cleaner, no oil or oil smell!
4.5 based on 263 reviews
Admission fee is required for visiting this attraction. If you are not great fan of chinese temples, I don't recommend this one. Sourroundings worths our visit with man-made lake with herds of fish, shades of trees. Pavillion with many white Jade amittabhuddha Botisatrawa and Kuanyins display there.
4.5 based on 71 reviews
Koh Kham was in the Royal Thai Navy property. There were limited tickets for ferry to the island. It was 30 minutes ferry ride. While on the island, there were a number of water activities you can try, kayaking, coral and fish snorkeing, or even seaside sitting. Life jackets, snorkels, and reed mats are available for free. Food and drink were affordable. Corals were not that colorful and there were plenty of sea urchins. However, the sea anemone with crownfish was stunning.
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