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Walking Street

Walking Street is part of the city of Pattaya, Thailand. It is a red-light district[1] and a tourist attraction that draws foreigners and Thai nationals, primarily for the night life. The street runs from the south end of Beach Road to the Bali Hai Pier. A large sign at the Beach Road entrance was erected in March 2010, and a small arch adorns the Bali Hai entrance.Walking Street is free of vehicles from 6:00 pm to 2 am, and car parking is provided at the Bali Hai end. The area includes seafood restaurants, live music venues, beer bars, discothèques, sports bars, go-go bars, and nightclubs, and is illuminated at night by many colored neon signs. The legal closing time is 2:00 am.

Wat Yan Sangwararam

Wat Yansangwararam is 15 kilometers south of Pattaya City, turning left from Sukhumvit Highway at Km.160. The temple was dedicated to Somdet Phra Yanasangwon, the preset Supreme Pariarch in 1976 and was later graciously admitted under the patronage of His Majesty the King. The temple ground, a total area of 146 acres, comprises a mondop (four gable pavilion) which enshrines a replica of the Buddha's footprints, a large stupa where the relics of the Lord Buddha and those of the Lord Buddha's disciples are enshrined. There are Phra Yanaretwihan and international pavilion representing several countries throughout the ground.

Underwater World Pattaya

Underwater World Pattaya is the largest and most modern ocean aquarium in Asia, with a 100-meter-long, 6.4-centimeter-thick Plexiglas pedestrian tunnel through an underwater environment filled with dozens of marine species. The new theme park covers a total area of 12-rai and is housed in a structure similar to a large circus tent. This enables the place to have natural light that nurtures the algae. The aquarium houses more than 4,000 marine animals, comprising more than 200 different species from the region as well as some rare creatures from overseas. Also a rare shovelnose ray, a hybrid between a shark and a stingray.

Khao Pratamnak

Khao Pratamnak or Khao Phrabat is a small hill to the South of Pattaya Beach. An asphalt road leads up to the hilltop. Khao Pratamnak is now the site of the Naval radio station where the monument of Krom Luang Chumpon Khet Udomsak, the Father of Royal Thai Navy, is situated. A sacred Buddha image is also enshrined on the hilltop. The view pint on the hilltop offers a panoramic view of Pattaya City and Pattaya Bay.

Wat Phra Yai

Wat Phra Yai was constructed in 1977 and the biggest Buddha image named 'Phra Phuttha Sukhothai Walaichonlatharn' known as 'Luang Pho Yai' in Chon Buri is enshrined there. Its width is 5 wahs and 9 inches with its 9-wah and 9-inche height. In the temple area, there are daily attitudes of Buddha images located around.

Mini Siam

Mini Siam located at Km. 143 on Highway No.3, is a wonderland of miniature replicas of such outstanding architectural works as the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Democracy Monument, Bridge over the River Kwai, Prasat Hin Phimai, etc. Replicals of places of world significance are also displayed in the "miniworld" area. These include the Tower Bridge, Eiffel Tower, the Statue of Liberty and Trevi Fountain