Tiffany's Show Pattaya is the Original Transvestite Cabaret Show in Pattaya, Thailand; and is now in its 40th year. Originating as a one-man show performed for friends on New Year' Eve in 1974, Tiffany's Show Pattaya is a household word in Thailand and Asia as well as around the world....
Colosseum Show Pattaya - The 75-minute cabaret shows are unlike any others in Pattaya or Thailand....
In 1954, Mr Pisit and Mrs Nongnooch Tansacha bought 1,500 rai (approximately 600 acres) of rolling hills and valleys between Pattaya-Sattahip at the 163 kilometer marker on Sukhumvit road in Najomtien, Sattahip, Pattaya in Chonburi Province....
A short boat ride from Pattaya, and you'll sink your toes into the shores of Ko Samet. It's a popular getaway island, and for good reason. Legend has it that Ko Samet is laden with hidden pirate loot though nowadays, this island in the eastern Gulf of Thailand is more famous for its pristine turquoise waters and white palm-fringed beaches. And once we've moored up on the island, you'll get to choose how you spend your free time here. Simply sit back and sunbathe, try out a water sport if you wish, and soak up the tropical rays in an idyllic setting. A beach-side lunch completes your day.
The beauty and diversity of Thailand's nature and wildlife are all rolled into one at NongNooch Pattaya Garden & Resort. Discover beautiful landscape gardens, traditional architecture and fascinating cultural shows featuring Thai boxing, sword fighting and folk dances.A professional guide will give you the lowdown on NongNooch Pattaya Garden & Resort as you explore the more than 30 themed gardens, ranging from European and Asian styles to sky walks and floating gardens. The variety of flowers, plants and trees is breathtaking. It's no wonder it was voted one of the top 10 gardens in the world by the People's Choice Awards. As well as a Dinosaur Park, there's an Animal Kingdom with lifelike reproductions of exotic species.And every day there are six performances of Thai cultural shows. Here, you'll witness the pageantry and colour of Thai dancing and Muay Thai – or Thai boxing – at the modern and comfortable theatre. Expect drama, folklore and extravagant costumes aplenty.
A Thai massage is synonymous with relaxation and reinvigoration. And the Oasis Spa Massage is the place to go to for your ultimate Thai massage experience. You'll encounter a wealth of oriental healing remedies made from herbs and hot compresses supplied by villages in the Chiang Mai area.What's more, the range of massage products is world-class. There's the two-hour King of Oasis, a deep energy, excellence massage with stretching. It combines a herbal hot compress with an aromatherapy hot oil. And there's the two-hour Queen of Oasis, which mixes Swedish, aromatherapy and hot stone massages.Lasting just an hour are the Aromatherapy and the Oasis Four Hands, which causes the body to resonate and relax. While the Tok Sen – originally from the northern Thailand – features 90 minutes of tapping and stretching along meridian lines with herbal balms. And there's also the 2.5-hour Siamese Therapeutic Wisdom, which combines herbal hot compress, balm and deep tissue massages.
Before there was Thailand, there were Ayutthaya and Siam. These two kingdoms have left a wealth of ancient cities and palaces. First up is Bang Pa-In Royal Palace, a four-century old summer retreat for Thai kings. Next, head to Ayutthaya Historical Park – a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Hemmed in by the Chao Phraya River, it was the capital until invaders destroyed it. Get the lowdown on ruins such as the triumphal Wat Yai Chaimongkol, Wat Lokayasutharam and Wat Mahathat, with its iconic Buddha's head. After a break for lunch, you'll visit Wat Phra Si Sanphet.
If anywhere in Thailand deserves to be called a ‘hidden gem', it has to be Chanthaburi Province. This remote area on the border with Cambodia is famed for its precious stones. Your first stop is a sapphire mines complex in the heart of Chanthaburi Province. As we then drive through this picturesque region you'll spot endless tropical fruit trees, something the area is famed for. Next, we'll visit a tapioca and pineapple plantation. And we'll also stop at a rubber plantation for an insight into local Thai culture as well as a lunch at a typical restaurant.
The bustle of Bangkok might seem like a distant thought from peaceful Pattaya – but this full day tour takes you right into the heart of the action. You'll kick off this tour at Bangkok's most famous sights. First up is the Grand Palace, which houses a complex of ornate buildings. You'll gaze up at the gold stupas of Wat Phra Kaew, the temple housing the Emerald Buddha temple. Then it's over to the Golden Buddha at Wat Traimit and the Reclining Buddha at Wat Pho. Afterwards, we'll dip into Chinatown before it's aboard the boat to glide down Chao Phraya River and the canals. Rounding off the day is a typical Thai lunch.
Take a trip to Ramayana – Thailand's biggest waterpark. Named after the legendary story of an ancient Sanskrit hero, the adventures here are just as epic. This wet and wild playground has over 20 attractions including two dedicated kids' zones. So whether you fancy chilling out or launching yourself into the pulse-racing rides, there's something for everyone.
A once-upon-a-time royal retreat, Ko Si Chang is a little-visited jewel just a short boat trip away from Pattaya. You'll cruise on over to spend the day exploring palaces, Buddhist temples, feasting on the famous local food and relaxing away the afternoon on its pristine beaches. A perfect combination of culture and relaxation.After a quick transfer to Sriracha Pier, we'll set off into the open seas towards Ko Si Chang. The trip is about an hour long and, on landing, you'll hop aboard a local type of tuk-tuk to wind your way up to Chao Pho Khao Yai, an ornate Chinese temple. From here you'll have great views over the entire island before we set off to the former royal palace, Phra Chudadhut. Among the highlights is a rare Sri Lankan-style stupa.And after a good dose of history and culture – as well as panoramic views –we'll head to a restaurant for a lunch of local specialities. The afternoon is yours to sunbathe, swim and sleep off your lunch at the beach.
You'll be able to explore all of Thailand and the whole world in just a few hours at Mini Siam. It's a miniature village just north of Pattaya, where you'll be the one to tower above world-famous monuments such as the Eiffel Tower and the Great Wall of China. An excursion that promises lots of fun for all the family.After pick-up from your hotel, you'll be whisked away to a place where everything seems smaller than you might expect – Mini Siam does that to you. You'll jet off on a journey around the world to see more than 100 miniature detailed reproductions of famous buildings and landmarks.There's the Mini Europe Zone, which includes the Eiffel Tower and Leaning Tower of Pisa, among others. And then head on over to Mini Siam Zone to encounter Wat Phra Kaeo in Bangkok and many more such as Phanom Rung Historical Park.
With a reputation as one of Thailand's best cabaret shows, you're guaranteed an evening of all the glitz, glam and sparkles you can handle. You'll enjoy a night at the Alcazar Cabaret Show where a host of lady boys will take to the stage for elaborate music and dancing displays made all the better with bejewelled costumes that get bigger and better as the show goes on.Pattaya's Alcazar Cabaret Show has been delighting audiences from around the world for over 35 years, and is a sure-fire way to keep everyone entertained while on holiday. You'll have pick-up and drop-off from your hotel included, too, so all you'll need is your sense of fun to enjoy a truly colourful spectacle.A cast of over 400 crew, artists and entertainers will keep you glued to the stage for 70 minutes with music and dance, combined with incredible stage design and costumes that bring it all to life. All this has made it a show with an international reputation, and one that's not to be missed.