5 Ways Travelling Makes You A Better Person

Benefits of Traveling
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Still wondering if you need to save that money or invest it travelling and making memories? We have got your back πŸ˜‰.

Travelling, as it may seem to people around you or that distant relative or family who always bugs to save money for better things, is not the waste of your hard earned money. In fact it is a treat to an exhausted mind of yours. The purpose of travel is to become a better person.

There may be numerous things you want to do in life, but you should never let travelling be out of your schedule. Traveling makes you happy, gives you a purpose of your life, boosts your confidence, and do much more. The benefits of travelling are many and below are a few of them to push you to plan for the trip you've been rescheduling for months now. 😜

Travelling provides peace of mind

The daily hectic schedule of our busy lives gives us much stress and tension. Travelling helps in reconnecting with the beauty in our surroundings and ensures the peace of mind. Select a relaxing destination to find peace in your mind and life.

Travelling gives you lifetime memories to cherish

You travel a place once but the memories stay in your heart forever. You relish it lifelong. The people, the experiences, the beauty, all exists in our memories forever. These travel memories make your life meaningful.

Travelling helps you revive your relations

Be it family, friends or the love of your life, travelling together always bring people closer to each other. We get so indulge in our lives that at times we forget giving attention and making efforts in our relationships. While travelling together, we focus on having a good time and enjoying the company of our loved ones. It will always revive the freshness and spark in your relations.

Travelling enhances your character and makes you a better person than ever before

Unknown places, Unknown people, and sometimes language barriers. You overcome all these when you are travelling. You become more adaptive, and you learn more. Travel makes you open minded. You are open to new things in life where each and every thing you learn stays with you forever. You become better than your own self.

Travelling makes you realize what home means to you

Better said - "Nothing is better than going home to family and eating good food and relaxing."
After travelling, you will yearn more for coming back to your home more than ever. It is the ultimate destination after all.

With these being only a few reasons for you to feel motivated for travelling, you need to try and explore more. Share your experiences, make new friends, make your life worth living and keep on collecting your travelling stories to tell your children and grandchildren.

World is beautiful... you just need to push yourself and leave your spark wherever you travel.

Travel Photos: Dubai Miracle Garden

Dubai Miracle Garden

If you're planning a trip to Dubai, do not ever miss the Miracle Garden and explore the stunning floral display in the middle of the desert. It's the best place to capture the colorful photos and get yourself lost in the fragrance of flowers. The 7th season of Dubai Miracle Garden has unveiled a re-imagined Disney Avenue and here are some stunning travel photos of this season:

Miracle Garden Displays, Dubai

Floral Display in Dubai Miracle Garden

Floral Display in Miracle Garden

Blooming Daisy Duck in Miracle Garden

Miracle Garden Entry View

Floral House in Dubai Miracle Garden

Floral Teddy in Miracle Garden, Dubai

Dubai Miracle Garden View

Emirates Plane in Dubai Miracle Garden

Floral Display of Peacock in Dubai Miracle Garden

Our 5 Day Tour to Armenia - Travel itinerary for Armenia

Most of us know nothing about this Caucasus country, Armenia. In case you too are clueless about it, Armenia is a country in the South Caucasus region of Eurasia between Europe and Asia. The charming blend of East and West is very apparent here.

Our trip to Armenia started from 15th June to 19th June 2018. We booked our flight via flydubai and spent five amazing days in this beautiful country. Our itineraries were all planned and we had already booked our staycations as well.

We left Dubai on 14th June (night) from Terminal 1 and reached the Zvartnots International Airport in Armenia on 15th June. We had visa on arrival that costs us AMD 3200.

We were six (three married couples) and therefore hired two taxies from the airport to reach our hotel in Yerevan. Our hotel was around 13km away from the airport and we paid AMD 6000 for each taxi.

We checked in at the Bass Boutique Hotel in Yerevan. Although it's a 4* hotel, there's no need to spend so much amount to stay in Yerevan. The hotel was good but not worth the price. We could have booked a cheap hotel or guest house or apartment instead.

After checking in, we slept for a few hours so that we won't feel tired later that day. We woke up around 8 am and had breakfast in the hotel where we found that there are not much food items to select from. And the food was just ok ok.

After having breakfast, we all got ready by 11 am and went to search for a tour guide. Near the Republic Square in Yerevan, we found a tour guide with his bus, Ofelya Tour Bus (We do not prefer this Bus Tour as our experience was not good with them) at around 12 pm. We discussed our tour requirements with the guy and finalized our tour for the day. He took us to many places which are mentioned below:

Ararat (Charents) Arch

Visit The Arch of Charents in Yerevan, Armenia

Our FIRST DAY in Armenia began with an amazing view of Mount Ararat from the Arch of Charents. It is one of the best places to see Mt. Ararat. This arch is located literally on the roadway. The monument was built in honor of one of Armenia's most famous poets, Yeghisheh Charents. He often used to visit these places and admire the amazing scenery. The Arch of Charents is one of the most popular places to admire the incredible view and take photos.

(Time spent: 1 hour)

Garni Temple (Souvenirs)

Visit Garni, The Only Pagan Temple in Armenia

Our next destination was Garni Temple which is located in the village of Garni in Kotayk Province, Armenia. It is one of the oldest sights in Armenia that survived the destruction of pagan temples following Armenia's conversion to Christianity in the 4th century. It remains a mystery why the temple survived.

Outside the temple, there is a small market selling local produce and souvenirs. We bought some souvenirs there. You can bargain for a lower price as we did. πŸ˜ƒ

The ticket price to the Garni Temple - AMD 1500.
(Time spent: 1 hours)

Geghard Monastery 

Trip to Geghard Monastery in Armenia

Our next stop was the Monastery of Geghard (means a spear in Armenian). Its location makes it an interesting attraction of Armenia. A beautiful landscape of Geghard is framed with towering cliffs. Geghard Monastery is the unique creation of Armenian architecture, carved out of the adjacent mountain. It's one of the most scenic monasteries in Armenia.

We also bought some sweet bread (Gata) from the stalls outside the Monastery. Everyone seems to be selling the same bread but it is not true. We bought from 2 different stalls and the taste was completely different from each other. You can also taste before buying one.

(Time spent: 1 hours)

Khor Virap Monastery

Khor Virap Monastery - Trip to Armenian

Our last attraction for the day was Khor Virap Monastery. Khor Virap offers a magnificent view of Mount Ararat, one of the most famous Armenian sights. Khor Virap is tied with the life of St. Gregory the Illuminator. Gregory was the first person to bring Christianity to Armenia due to which he was prisoned there for 13 years.

Hire a tour guide and he will tell you the whole story behind the Monastery of Khor Virap. We captured the beautiful scenic views of the biblical Mt. Ararat. The holy Mount Ararat is located in Turkey now.

(We were there till 7:30 pm)

The tour bus then dropped us at Republic square from where we went in search of Mozaic Sky Restaurant, the highest restaurant in Yerevan. It is located on the 17th floor of the Elite Plaza Business. Everything we ordered was delicious. Whether it was an Eggplant Roll (Veg.) or a Stewed Lamb With Dried Lavash. The chocolate shake was also yummy. πŸ˜‹

This is how our 1st day was properly utilized by visiting so many attractions in one day. It seems like a hectic day, though it was not at all. We had fun.

Our SECOND DAY tour started with the same guide at 12 pm to visit the following places:

Hovhannavank Monastery

Visit Hovhannavank Monastery on your Trip to Armenia

The Hovhannavank monastery is located in the village of Ohanavan in the Aragatsotn Province of Armenia. It has rich stone decoration and many engravings.

The church is cross-shaped and there are two-story sacristies in each of the four corners of the church. The dome has an umbrella-shaped roof, which is unique to the Armenian churches.

The Hovhannavank monastery is not colossal but is as unique as other Armenian monasteries. We didn't spend much time there but didn't miss a single place to take photos. haha! πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†

Armenian Alphabet Monument

Plan your Trip to Armenian Alphabet Monument

The Armenian Alphabet Monument is dedicated to the founder of Armenia's alphabet, Mesrop Mashtots. An Armenian architect created the carved Armenian letters near Mashtots' final resting place in 2005.

We didn't really understand the letters, therefore, asked the guide to find the initial letter of our first names. We took photos with our initial letters and that's it. There was nothing more to do there.

Amberd Fortress and Vahramashen Church

Plan your Trip to The Fortress of Amberd in Armenia

Now our final destination for the day was the 7th-century Amberd Fortress and Vahramashen Church (also known as The Church of Amberd), located above sea level, on the Slopes of Mount Aragats.

Visit The Church of Amberd on your Trip to Armenia

On the route to Amberd, there are legends about this mountain route where magnetic or supernatural forces are believed to work. The car without a driver climbs up the mountain itself. All against all laws of physics! It was really amazing for us to experience this mystery. Besides, when our tour guide kept a water bottle on the road, it started to miraculously climb the mountain itself. It was unbelievable and interesting at the same time.

It was already 3 pm when we reached there and we spent around 2 hours enjoying a lot of photography sessions. 😜

After visiting Amberd, we returned to the Republic Square in Yerevan where we had some food at Tavern Yerevan restaurant. It was around 7:30 pm but still daylight. So, we had more time to explore the city for the day.

Lovers' Park

Visit Lovers' Park on your trip to Yerevan, Armenia

So, we went to visit the Lovers' Park that was near our hotel. It's a small and very cozy park, located on Baghramyan Avenue. The park is the most beloved place of young couples. It is a park with some sculptures, mini-waterfalls, and a small artificial lake with a romantic atmosphere.

After taking some quality photos in the park, we headed back to our hotel.

Next day, we had breakfast in the hotel and then checked out of the hotel. For our THIRD DAY, we had already booked two cottages in the Noy Land resort, located on the bank of Lake Sevan. The same tour guide dropped us to Sevan from Yerevan.

(We do not recommend the Ofelya Tour Bus service in Armenia. Our experience was awful with the guide. he charged us more than what it should be, just because we didn't want to continue with him in Sevan.)

Now, we didn't want to make our day tiring, so decided to stay at our resort for the whole day. Another reason to stay in Noy Land was its location. It is one of the top-rated locations in Sevan.
Plan your Trip to Noy Land Resort in Armenia

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It was so calm and peaceful that we couldn't resist its beauty.

We had lunch after setting down in our cottages and then explored the resort. We booked a boat ride for the evening. The weather was awesome and it started raining as well. We enjoyed a lot there.

At around 7:30 pm, we went for the boat ride in the lake. It was a wonderful experience for all of us. The ride was around 30 min long where the lake offered the stunning sunset views. We took a lot of photos and videos around the lake.

After enjoying our boat ride, we spent some time had dinner in the Noy Land Resort.

On our FOURTH DAY, we hired another tour guide who turned out to be the best guide we could have ever found in Armenia. His name is Grigor Badalyan and he has his own tour agency. He was our personal tour guide.

Just shoot us an email at planforatrip@gmail.com if you would like to hire him as your tour guide while in Armenia or Georgia. You can also fill out the contact form for more information here: Contact Us

We have not planned much for our fourth day but the guide was really helpful taking us to the places that were not even in our itinerary.

Hayravank Monastery

Visit Hayravank Monastery on your Trip to Armenia
Image by Arian Zwegers
Our first spot was Hayravank Monastery which is located on a rocky hill of Hayravank village. A fantastic view opens up to Sevan Lake (the largest lake in the Caucasus) and its surroundings from the hill.

We enjoyed the view and had some cool snapshots. It was fun.

Noravank Monastery

Plan a Trip to Noravank Monastery in Armenia

Noravank is a 13th-century Armenian monastery standing out not only with its appearance but also the surrounding marvelous scenery. It is gorgeous and magnificent in terms of both, the location as well as the architecture. It's a holy, serene destination spot in Armenia that should be experienced by all.

The monastery of Noravank is famous for its two-storied St. Astvatsatsin church. We all climbed the narrow stone stairs outside the Church to get a closer look at its dome and it was an amazing experience.

Areni Wine Factory

Visit the Areni Winery Factory on your Trip to Armenia

Our next spot was Areni Winery which is famous for wine tasting in Armenia. They offer all sorts of grape and fruit wines. This small factory aims to produce quality wine and preserve ancestral traditions and techniques.

They offer their local wine to taste with their bread. And the combination is really amazing. After tasting a variety of wines, we took a small tour of their factory where they produce wines. We went to the cellar where they keep the wooden barrels, clay vessels, and the bottled wines. It was a great experience learning about their process of wine production.

We also spent some time in their cafe upstairs where we had Armenian organic tea. The cafe's interior was quite creative with lots of messages and drawings on the wall related to friendship, love, family and more.

We realized that most people were in a hurry due to the time limit provided by their tour guide. If you really want to explore the city without being in a hurry, Grigor Badalyan is the best guide.

Our next destination was the Food Court as we were all hungry at this time of the day. We had some delicious food like veg. Pizza (we asked them to customize for us because there was no veg. Pizza. lol), chicken shawarma wrap, Armenian yogurt drink (it is very similar to our lassi in India), etc.

Artlaboratory 'epicenter'

Visit Army of Stones in your Trip to Armenia

Near the city of Sisjan in Armenia, there is a mysterious group of megalithic stones with unexplained destiny and even age.
In the Armenian local language, this place is called Zorac Karer, also known as
Army of Stones. It is believed to be an astronomical observatory.

We didn't know much about this place but it was a nice place for taking pictures and enjoying the view. We just spent a few minutes there as there was nothing more to do.

Devil’s bridge

Devil's Bridge is one of Armenia’s Natural Wonders
Devil's Bridge is one of Armenia’s natural wonders, located below Tatev Monastery. The part of the canyon, where the bridge is located, is so narrow, that even sun rays can't reach this part. Since its formation seemed unbelievable, it got the name "Devil's bridge". People used to say, that this was the Devil’s work for sure.

Honestly, we didn't find this place that much of interesting compared to other attractions in Armenia. But it was fun to visit such a place and had some photos. 😜

Tatev Monastery

Plan your Trip to Tatev Monastery in Armenia

Tatev Monastery is a 9th-century historical monument and one of the oldest and most famous monastery complexes in Armenia. It is easily accessible by the world’s longest reversible cable car. But make sure that you don't plan to go on a Monday because it is closed on Mondays.

Unfortunately, we planned it on Monday and it was closed. But the tour guide had another long route to reach there that was rich with various wonderful sights, worth seeing. He took us to a viewpoint from where Tatev Monastery looked beautiful. It was worth the long road trip to Tatev.

There's an interesting history that we learned about this place. It is said that the architect who built this monastery, at the end of his work, came to the very edge of the cliff and asked to bring him two wood chips. Taking them he crossed himself, prayed to God and said: "Ogni surb ta tev", translated as: "May the Holy Spirit give me the wings" and jumped into the abyss. Suddenly, the wings grew on his back and he flew away. The monastery was named in honor of this miracle - Tatev, that means "give wings".

There are many versions of this story. Not sure which one is the exact truth.

On our 5th Day (also our LAST DAY), we traveled back to Yerevan with the same tour guide. We had a short stop at a place in Yerevan providing an amazing city view. After a few photo shoots, the guide took us to the Victory Park in Yerevan.

Victory Park

The Statue of Mother Armenia in Victory Park, Yerevan

The Victory Park is dedicated to the victory of USSR in the World War II. Besides wonderful nature, amazing atmosphere and cafe, this park offers a plenty of amusements attractions, museum and the statue of Mother Armenia.

(There is the monument called “Mother Armenia”)

We enjoyed the park view, clicked some great pictures and then exit from the entrance of the park towards the Yerevan Cascade, as suggested by the guide.

People usually visit the cascade first, then climb the stairs up to visit the victory park. But we suggest walking down and not up. (You will definitely thank us for this)

Yerevan Cascade

Yerevan City View from Cascade Complex

Located on top of the Cascade complex, there's a kind of monument which is worth checking out. It gives you a nice view of Yerevan. Since we are moving down from top to bottom of the Cascade complex, we really enjoyed the mesmerizing view of the Yerevan city.

The Cascade is a giant stairway made of limestone in Yerevan, Armenia. Having five levels, the number of the stairs is 572, ascending along 302 meters upwards. The exterior of the Cascade features five levels adorned with fountains and modernist sculptures. At the base of the Cascade is a garden courtyard with statues by contemporary sculptures. There are a number of cafes and restaurants on both sides of the Cascade.

(We recommend comfortable shoes because it's going to be a long walk)

Cafesjian Museum of Art is also situated within the cascade complex of Yerevan. We missed it because we didn't have much time as it was our last day.

After enjoying the scenic view of the city, the guide picked us to the next destination, Erebuni Fortress & Museum.

Erebuni Museum and Fortress

Erebuni Museum in Yerevan, Armenia

Erebuni Fortress, also known as Arin Berd (Armenian meaning: "Fortress of Blood") is an Urartian fortified settlement, located in Yerevan, Armenia. We first visited the Erebuni Fortress which is why we didn't really understand what this fortress is all about. After spending a few minutes roaming around the Fortress, we went to the Erebuni Museum.

The Museum stands at the foot of the Arin Berd hill, on top of which the Urartian Fortress Erebouni has stood. We hired a guide who explained to us all about the collections in the museum including the findings from Arin Berd. The guide also narrated the story behind the Erebuni Fortress as well.

(Our suggestion is to visit the Erebuni Museum before the Fortress)

The ticket price to the museum - AMD 1000 for adults & AMD 300 for schoolchildren, students, and seniors.
The ticket price to the guide - AMD 2500.

Our trip to Armenia was a wonderful experience for all of us. Armenia is truly unique in its culture and history.

Have you been to Armenia? How was your trip? Feel free to share your travel experience in the comments below.

10 Famous Travel Quotes to Inspire You Hit the Road

There's nothing better than exploring the world...whether solo or with your loved ones. Every once in a while we all need some motivation to travel and explore the world.

"If we were meant to stay in one place, we'd have roots instead of feet."

Travel quotes always inspire us to start planning our next adventure. Here is a collection of 10 famous travel quotes we chose to inspire and motivate you to pack your bags and hit the road:

A good traveler has no fixed plans and is not intent on arriving.
- Lao Tzu

You don't have to be rich to travel well.
- Eugene Fodor

Investment in travel is an investment in yourself.
- Matthew Karsten

Take only memories, leave only footprints.
- Chief Seattle

Travel makes one modest. You see what a tiny place you occupy in the world.
- Gustave Flaubert

Travel doesn't become adventure until you leave yourself behind.
- Marty Rubin

Once in a while, it really hits people that they don’t have to experience the world in the way they have been told to.
- Alan Keightley

Do not follow where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail
- Ralph Waldo Emerson

Travel is never a matter of money but of courage.
- Paolo Coelho

All journeys have secret destinations of which the traveler is unaware.
- Martin Buber

Top 7 Things to Do And See in Bangkok (Thailand)

Bangkok is the capital of Thailand, mostly known for its chaotic, crowded streets, cheap prices, nightlife, and never-ending traffic. Bangkok is not known for jaw-dropping tourist attractions but it is a city that you will definitely fell in love with. You just need to mix yourself with it and then you will start feeling home.

Check out the top things to do and must visit places in Bangkok while you are there:

Take a Tuk-Tuk Ride

Take a Tuk Tuk Ride in Bangkok
Photo by Florian Wehde on Unsplash
A tuk-tuk is essentially a rickshaw with a small engine fitted in. Tuk-tuks have become one of Bangkok's most popular transport among tourists and visitors. Tuk-tuks are most ideal for short trips.

If you are thinking that taking a tuk-tuk is cheaper than a taxi, you are wrong. It's usually not. But riding a tuk-tuk will be a unique experience for you. So, do not miss it. Try once at least.

Visit the Safari World

Safari World is one of the top tourist attractions in Bangkok that consists of two parks: Marine Park and Safari Park.

Marine Park:

Marine Park Shows in Bangkok

Marine Park is more of a traditional zoo where there are a variety of marine animals with many shows of trained dolphins, birds, seals & apes, lots of food stalls and plenty of souvenir shops. Do not forget to enjoy the Orang Utan Boxing show which is the world famous and funniest show.

There are many other great shows like Sea Lion show, Dolphin show, Cowboy Stunt show, Spy War, and Bird show.

Safari Park:

Giraffes in Safari Park in Bangkok

Safari Park is an open zoo where the ultimate safari experience features hundreds of wild animals like zebras, deer, giraffes, tigers, lions, bears, elephants and others from all over the world.

You can also feed the Giraffes there which is a great experience. However, you have to pay extra to buy food for Giraffes.

Visit the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market in Bangkok

Damnoen Saduak Floating Market in Bangkok

There are many floating markets in Bangkok but Damnoen Saduak floating market is the most popular one. A trip to Bangkok is not complete without a visit to the floating market. Do not miss it while traveling to Bangkok.

Located around 30-40 minutes from Bangkok in Ratchaburi province, Damnoen Saduak is a very beautiful market with lots of colorful vegetables, fruits, and refreshing drinks. It's an attractive tourist destination to see this old style and traditional way of selling & buying goods.

(Note: Make sure to reach there as early as possible in the morning to avoid the crowds later.)

Visit Wat Phra Kaew (Temple of The Emerald Buddha) & the Grand Palace

Wat Phra Kaew (Temple of The Emerald Buddha) & the Grand Palace

Wat Phra Kaew is also known as the Temple of The Emerald Buddha, regarded as the most sacred Buddhist temple in Thailand. It is beautifully housed with the statue of the Emerald Buddha.

Wat Phra Kaew is located within the grounds of the Grand Palace which is a famous landmark of this beautiful city, Bangkok. The Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew are open daily but close by mid-afternoon, so get there early.

Entrance Fee: 500 Baht per person

Visit Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha)

Reclining Buddha in Wat Pho, Bangkok

Wat Pho is also known as the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, located next to the Grand Palace and behind the Temple of the Emerald Buddha. Wat Pho is the largest and oldest Buddhist temple in Bangkok. Apart from the Reclining Buddha, the whole Wat Pho compound is full of artwork and Buddha statues. The Temple of the Reclining Buddha is also a training center for traditional Thai massage.

Entrance Fee: 100 Baht per person (free entry for children under 120cms)

Visit Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn)

Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn) in Bangkok

Wat Arun Ratchawararam, also known as the Temple of Dawn is named after the Indian God Aruna (God of Dawn). This temple is located on the west bank of the majestic Chao Phraya River.
It has an imposing spire over 70 meters high, beautifully decorated with tiny pieces of colored glass and Chinese porcelain placed delicately into intricate patterns.

The main feature of Wat Arun is its central prang and it is possible to walk a limited way up the very steep stairs of the main prang, which gives an amazing view of the Chao Phraya river. There are many unique attractions in Wat Arun that will amaze you with its beauty.

Entrance Fee: 50 Baht per person

Go for Shopping in Bangkok

If you are a first-time visitor to Bangkok, don't pack too much for the trip because you're definitely going to buy a lot there. Bangkok is a shopaholic's paradise where you can buy quality stuff at cheap prices.

There are many places to go shopping in Bangkok and following are the top 5 places you must visit:
  • Siam Center
  • Siam Discovery
  • Platinum Fashion Mall
  • Emporium and EmQuartier
  • Pratunam Market

A few other things that you should not miss in Bangkok are to try some street food, drink their coconut water, ride an elephant and get a Thai massage.


Pattaya Trip Planner: Top 5 Things to Do & See in Pattaya (Thailand)

Pattaya has now become one of the most popular beach destinations in Southeast Asia. Pattaya has magnificent beaches and is one of the most enjoyable places to stop for a few days.

Pattaya is often considered to be a destination for bachelors. However, it is not true. Pattaya is more than just its nightlife. It has a lot to offer for families and couples as well. It has attractions that can delight people with varied interests.

We have built a Pattaya trip planner to get the most out of it. Take a look at our top 5 must-see attractions in Pattaya which everyone should visit while traveling to Pattaya:

Coral Island (Koh Lan)

Things to do at Coral Island in Pattaya, Thailand

Explore the beautiful Coral island with a lot of water sports activities like snorkeling, parasailing, underwater walking, and banana boating. Or just sit back and relax on the beautiful beach.

(As per my experience, I won't recommend the underwater sea walk at Coral Island in Pattaya. To know more, check out my Pattaya travel experience here: 5 Days in Thailand)


Walking Street

Famous Walking Street in Pattaya

Walking Street is one of the famous Pattaya nightlife. Being the most exciting street in the world, there is so much to see and do on the Walking Street. 

The street with neon lights and music from the different genre, food vendors, live music venues, beer bars, go-go bars and street events make it the biggest spot in Thailand.

Opening Hours:

The street is free from vehicles daily from 6 pm to 4 am.
And the legal closing time is 4 am.

Alcazar show

Alcazar Show in Pattaya

Watch Cabaret shows (for adults only). The cabaret show Alcazar is extremely popular and one of the major tourist attractions in Pattaya. It is the major ladyboy show in Thailand. 

The show presents a combination of dance, music, and drama with popular Thai and English songs.

Opening Hours:

The daily show timings are 5:00 pm, 6:30 pm, 8:00 pm, and 9:30 pm.
(The shows run for approximately 70 minutes.)

Art in Paradise (3D Art Museum)

3D Art Museum in Pattaya, Thailand

It is the first and only one illusion art museum with 3D illusion paintings. Try to visit on weekdays to avoid the crowd on weekends.

The gallery is set up perfectly so you can take pictures in a way that it looks like you are part of the painting. If you want to make your photos great, find a cool angle to make 3D paintings alive.

Opening Hours:

Art in Paradise opens daily from 9 am to 10 pm.

Nong Nooch Botanical Garden

Largest Botanical Garden in South East Asia
Image Source: Wikipedia
The beautiful Nong Nooch Garden is a sprawling 500-acre botanical garden and one of the major tourist attraction on Sukhumvit Road in Chonburi Province, Thailand. It is the largest botanical garden in South East Asia.

The garden features a lake, orchid nurseries, waterfalls and a vast, magnificent landscape. You can also enjoy a number of shows like folk dances, sword fighting, elephant shows and Thai boxing.

Opening Hours:

Nong Nooch garden opens daily from 8 am to 6 pm.