Suphattra Land Fruit Farm is a famous tropical fruit farm that is located in Rayong Province. They grow over 25 different kinds of tropical fruits that are spread out on 320 acre of land. Most of their produce that they grow will be sold to the nearby market but they also open the farm to the public to sample their fruits right off of the trees. The fruit farm is cared for by villagers who live in that area, working together so they can produce more fruits. The farm grows exotic tropical fruits such as Papaya, Jack Fruit, Rambutan, Durian, Mangos, just to name a few and they also grow hydroponic vegetables. When visiting Suphattra Land Fruit Farm visitors can ride on their trolly that takes them all around the farm. They also offer fresh fruit and salad stalls where guests can purchase and sample the natural healthy goodness. The best time to visit the fruit farm is from April- August because it is the fruit season and in May, they have a Fruits Festival.
Khao Chi Chan also known as the Buddha Mountain is on your way to Wat Yansangwararam. It is about 6 km from Sukumvit Rd in the Sattahip District close to Pattaya. The Buddha Mountain has a magnificent gigantic gold crafted carving image of Buddha on a side of the cliff face of Khao Chi Chan. The carving is 130 meters high with 70 meter in width and depicts of an attitude of the subdued Mara Buddha on the face, and the poster of the Buddha meditating. The Buddha image was carved out of the cliff face by using laser technology then it was inlaid with gold leaf, a process that took months to complete. The Buddha Mountain was constructed in 1996 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej ascension to the throne. Khao Chi Chan is a protected public landmark under the management of the Royal Thai Marine Corps and it is an absolute must see!
Pattaya Floating Market, or in the Thai language means “Talad Nam Si Pak”. It means the “Floating Market of the Four Regions”. It is the union of the country’s four regions which are the North, the South, the North-East, and the Central parts of Thailand. The market is divided into 4 sections. In each section of the Floating market, they showcase everything from those regions like food, fruits, silk products, and handcrafted items. The market contains over 114 shops, water vendors who sell authentic Thai food, desserts, and specialty items from all over the Thailand. If you want to have the full floating market experience, you can hire a private man-powered boat to get around and discover the culture of the riverside lifestyles of the olden days. A walk through the hundreds of wooden houses built in the different styles of the four regions can make you appreciate the rich heritage of Thailand. Besides food stalls and shops, the market also features other educational and entertaining attractions such as the Wood-Carving Museum which displays beautiful carved images and statues. Another attraction is the sunflower and agricultural demonstration fields where they teach you about agriculture. There is also a daily free show featuring the four different cultural performances. The Floating Market is a great place to visit when in Pattaya if you truly want to experience the culture of the four regions of Thailand.
Nong Nooch Garden is located about 20 minutes outside of Pattaya and its sits on a 2.4 sq.km landscaped of beautiful lush gardens. Taking a leisurely stroll through the botanical park is like taking a journey around the world, through its many famous gardens like their 17th-century French garden, European Renaissance garden or Stonehenge. The vast garden also contains fascinating species-specific gardens that houses tropical palms, bonsais and topiaries, cactus and succulent plants, and orchid nurseries. Nong Nooch Garden also features daily shows at the Thai Cultural Hall. Enjoy the spectacular sights and sounds of the classical Thai dance, Muay Thai or ancient drum performances, as well as the elephant shows. You will be awe-inspired once you see the sheer grandeur of this amazing and peaceful garden.
Extend tour and Drop off Information
- After finishing the tour, Drop-off point is depending on the guest.
- For extended tour time, it will be cost extra 200 Baht/Hr. for a car, 300 Baht/Hr. for a van or innova.
Drop-off point: Suvarnabhumi airport, Hotels in Pattaya and Bangkok area (Free)
Drop-off point: Don Mueang Airport. The price is extra 500 Baht
Please inform your drop off place directly to the driver.
For an additional charge customer can pay directly to the driver.