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  • Pattaya Sheep Farm

    You simply can't beat this activity park, which is broken into several themed zones and populated by both real and cartoon-like sheep. Your little ones can interact with scenes from favorite fairy tales in “Town Of Fairy Tales." (Humpty Dumpty does in fact sit on a wall!), play carnival games at “Game Zone" and mingle with live sheep, alpaca, parrots, miniature pigs and tortoises in “Pet Farm." The farm emphasizes education about animals, as much as petting and feeding them, making this a well-rounded destination for you and your little travellers alike.

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  • Jomtien Beach Night Market

    Jomtien Beach is Pattaya's best stretch of sand, and its daily night market is a quintessential taste of Thai culture for visitors of all ages. Open from about 6 p.m. until 11 p.m., the market offers a range of vendors hawking clothes, beachwear, gadgets, artwork, souvenirs, and of course food galore. Your little ones will enjoy the succulent fried chicken, plus massive prawns and other local delights. Add a small stage that features entertainment and dance music for the whole family, and you've got a perfect Pattaya evening.

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  • Sanctuary of Truth

    Occupying almost 3,200 square metres of land and towering at 105 metres high, the sprawling temple-like sanctuary looks straight out of an Indiana Jones movie. A dense visual feast of intricate hand-carved wood sculpture and detailing both inside and out, its four distinct wings are dedicated to Chinese, Thai, Khmer and Indian religious motifs and architecture. You can point out the unique differences between these respective Asian styles to your little travellers and snap frame-worthy family photos. Truly a breathtaking, transcendent attraction you'll always remember.

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  • Khao Chi Chan

    Located about 30 minutes south of Pattaya by car, this limestone hill will dazzle your little explorers with a 109-metre high cross-legged Buddha carved into its cliffside. Unveiled in 1996 to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of Thailand's revered, late King Bhumibol Adulyadej, the Buddha's image was created by projecting lasers on the surface by evening, carving along the lines, and finishing the grooves with gold.

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  • Boat Tour Coral Island + Monkey Island

    Koh Lan, also known as Coral Island, is about 45 minutes from Pattaya by water. A favourite for snorkelling thanks to its colourful arrays of tropical fish and turquoise waters, you should consider a glass-bottom boat for the trip. On the section known as Monkey Beach, your little adventurers can literally monkey around with macaques that eagerly welcome humans who bear tasty fruit. Just remind your little ones to play gentle while feeding these wild critters, who may even jump on their shoulder to savour a chunk of banana or watermelon.

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  • Pattaya Floating Market

    As interactive introductions to classic Thai culture go, the country's largest man-made floating market is also really fun to experience. Rowed along waterways in a canoe-like vessel, you can buy and taste exotic Thai fruit, like the prickly-skinned salak and juicy mangosteen, from waterborne vendors. Your little adventurers will delight in these new taste experiences. Beautifully designed to represent the architecture and styles of four distinct regions around the country, the market will also appeal to your little ones with demonstrations of Muay Thai, stalls hawking handcrafted toys and dance performances.

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  • Cartoon Network Amazone Waterpark

    Opened in 2014, this is Cartoon Network's first waterpark and a literal blast of wet family fun. Your little ones will be starstruck while seeing their favorite animated characters from Adventure Time, Powerpuff Girls, and Dexter's Laboratory perform in live shows and wandering the park. The whole family can zip down crazy, winding water slides, try surfing on the Flow Rider wave simulator or float along a 335-metre long lazy river, while aspiring daredevils can brace for a 12-metre free fall in the enclosed Goop Loop.

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  • Frost Magical Ice of Siam

    Parents and kids alike agree that this ice-themed wonderland, opened in 2016, is literally one of Pattaya's coolest spots. First, explore an outdoor park populated by gigantic white sand sculptures of fantastical deities, creatures, and animals from the Thai fable “The Himmapan." Then bundle up and literally chill out inside the -10C ice dome, where you can take adorable family photos in a tuk-tuk made of carved ice, igloos, and other fun settings, and savour frosty drinks in cups fashioned from ice. No cubes required!

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  • Ziplining Pattaya Park Tower

    Thailand's tallest tower added a zipline experience in 2017, which can be enjoyed individually or as an entire family unit. Descending 56 stories at a leisurely speed against a Jomtien Beach and ocean view, your adrenaline-loving teenagers can fly solo on the open-air single rider line, a pair of siblings can share a two-person pod drop or parents, little ones and even your most acrophobic family members can endure the one-minute plunge cuddled together in an enclosed eight-person cage.

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  • Farm Workshops At A' La Campagne

    A' La Campagne resembles a French country estate magically transported to lush Southeast Asia. Offering several dining and drinking concepts, including Thai and European, it's full of activities your little ones will love. The "Mini Organic Farmer's Workshop" explains the cycle of growing vegetables through a sensory immersion that includes playing with earthworms, seeding soil and feeding the farm's delightful Suzie the goat, horses Gypsy and Gypso and clucking English hens.

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  • Tree Tales Garden Cafe

    Fresh, wholesome and delicious are guiding philosophies of this off-the-beaten-path, bright bistro-café. If mindful of what your little ones eat, you'll fully approve of the emphasis on organic international fare, which includes fresh-pressed juices and smoothies, vegetables and herbs sourced from Tree Tales' own garden and even green-tinted hamburger buns fashioned with basil and rosemary. If your young, burgeoning foodies crave something sweeter, the all-day breakfast menu includes a fluffy soufflé served pancake-style with syrup and whipped cream and an array of cakes, pastries, and frosty chocolate beverages.

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  • Holiday Inn East Coast Kitchen

    Thai celebrity chef Ian Kittichai of Iron Chef fame has created deliciously accessible signature dishes, like a seared pork chop with lemongrass and crispy garlic, for Holiday Inn's colorful, glass-enclosed casual restaurant. Overlooking Pattaya Bay and an adjacent infinity pool, with a color scheme of sherbet orange, green, and grey, East Coast Kitchen is well-suited for your little travellers thanks to both a la carte and buffet options. If you're a guest at Holiday Inn, your kids (12 and under) eat for free when they dine with you, and there's a dedicated Kids' Club to keep them occupied should they finish first.

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  • Rim Talay

    Billed as a seafood and steak restaurant, Rim Talay truly goes local with its Naklau Beach setting. Newly renovated with both indoor and beachfront tables, the restaurant serves a comprehensive menu of local seafood, Thai specialties, meats, pastas, and vegetarian fare. A photo filled menu makes it especially easy for your little ones to pick and choose, and the whole family can bond over fishing for fresh prawns in Rin Talay's live prawn pool. The staff will prepare the fruits — ahem, prawns — of your labor, too. Talk about a catch of the day!

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  • The Chocolate Factory

    This café and restaurant specializes in imaginative, handcrafted chocolates worthy of Willy Wonka. Award-winning French chef Eric Perez, of Bangkok's Macaron Pastry Training Center, invented the factory's line of colorful cacao creations, which chocolatiers craft behind glass. Chocoholics of all ages will delight in watching and learning about the chocolate making-process, and your little adventurers can even partake in a workshop. Situated on an oceanfront cliff with floor-to-ceiling windows and outdoor decks, the views are equally delicious, especially come sunset.

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  • Holiday Inn Pattaya

    Enjoy a family-friendly beach getaway at Holiday Inn Pattaya. On top of a wide selection of beach activities, local attractions and dining options at its doorstep, the hotel also provides free shuttle service to one of Pattaya’s biggest shopping malls — Central Festival Pattaya Beach. Cap off your family holiday with a delicious BBQ seafood buffet at the hotel’s East Coast Kitchen, where kids 12 and under can eat from the Kids Menu for free with the Kids Stay and Eat Free* programme. <br /> <br /> <br /> *T&Cs apply.

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