Mini Siam Overview

Mini Siam is a renowned park attraction that exhibits miniature displays of famous Thai monuments and landmarks around the globe with a lot of eateries on both sides of the park. You can explore the whole world by taking a walk through Mini Siam as you can find models of Statue of Liberty, Leaning Tower of Pisa, Grand Canyon etc.

About Mini Siam:

Embark on an enjoyable journey around the world by visiting Mini Siam in Pattaya, part of an exciting Thailand tour package. Feel like Gulliver while strolling across the park, watching famous landmarks of the world in the form of miniature architectural marvels. Each one of them has been recreated in the size of 1:25 scale of the original, with incredible attention to detail. Children will enjoy visiting the place where they will feel awe-struck looking at the miniature landmarks while learning about them. Start your tour of the place around the afternoon so that you can enjoy the sunset and also see the replicas lit up with their lights on. 

Mini Siam was founded in 1985 as a part of a research project and has now been re-modelled with a vast stretch of manicured grounds, water bodies and man-made miniature replicas of iconic landmarks of the world, making the whole garden look like a global village. The whole area of 46,400 square meters has been divided into two distinct zones, separated by a narrow serpentine stream, which you will enjoy crossing. 

The Mini Siam Zone will take you back to Thailand's history, where you will find replicas of several ancient landmarks of the country, such as the famous Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Temple of the Dawn, Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall and many more. You will also find a few of the iconic infrastructures of modern Thailand, such as Rama IX Bridge, Victory Monument etc.

Cross the stream and enter Mini Europe and feel excited as you spot miniature replicas of world-renowned and well-known landmarks from around the world. Take a look at the replica of New York’s Statue of Liberty, Egypt’s Leaning Tower of Pisa, Sydney's Opera House, Colosseum from Rome, Cambodia’s Angkor Wat and many more. Have fun learning more about them and return with a wish to see the real landmarks of these replicas one day.


• Get a bird’s eye view of the Eastern and Western hemispheres of the world, all in a single place.
• Take a stroll around the park and admire the miniature replicas of famous landmarks from across the world.
• The Mini Siam zone will take you on a journey from the pre-civilisation period structures to some modern infrastructures with ten replicas of well-known landmarks of Thailand.
• Take a look at how different famous landmarks from ancient Thailand look like. Admire miniature forms of places such as the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Wat Arun Ratchawararam Ratchawaramahawihan, and many more.
• Watch some miniature replicas of modern time structures such as the Rama IX Bridge, Victory Monument etc.
• Cross a narrow stream to reach Mini Europe Zone and take a look at ten miniature replicas of the world-renowned structures such as The Eiffel Tower of Paris, The Statue of Liberty of New York, The Colosseum of Rome, Leaning Tower of Pisa of Italy, Sydney Opera House of Australia, etc.

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Popular Attractions Zones at Mini Siam:

A. Zone Mini Siam:

  1. Wat Phra Kaew: Observe the miniature form of the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, located in Bangkok, Thailand. Officially known as Wat Phra Si Rattana Satsadaram, this temple is renowned as the most sacred Buddha Temple in Thailand and houses the Emerald Buddha, which is regarded as the country's palladium.
  2. Phanom Rung Historical Park: This is the miniature form of Hindu Khmer Empire temple complex Prasat Hin Phanom Rung, that has been set on the rim of an extinct volcano at Buriram Province in the Isan region of Thailand. The temple had been dedicated to Lord Shiva and symbolises Mount Kailash.
  3. Wat Arun: Feel mesmerised watching the miniature form of Wat Arun Ratchawararam Ratchawaramahawihan or Wat Arun, a Buddhist temple located on the western bank of Chao Phraya River in Bangkok, Thailand. The temple derives its name from Hindu God Aruna, personifying the radiations of the rising sun. 
  4. Phra Thinang Aisawan Thiphyaart: Phra Thinang Aisawan Thiphyaart is a small Thai style pagoda located in the middle of a lake in the Bang Pa-In summer palace situated at bang Pa-In in Ayutthaya Province in Thailand. Watch the miniature form of this pagoda at Mini Siam Zone.
  5. Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall: Take a trip to the yesteryears while looking at the miniature form of the Phra Thinang Ananta Samakhom, The Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall, located in Bangkok in Thailand. The Throne Hall is a two-storey building with one central dome and six smaller domes surrounding it.
  6. Wat Mahathat, from Sukhothai Historical Park: Feel enchanted looking at the miniature form of the impressive temple Wat Mahathat, located in the miniature form of its original location, Sukhothai Historical Park, located in north-central Thailand. 
  7. Ayutthaya Historical Park: Enjoy watching the miniature form of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, as a part of the Ayutthaya Historical Park. Located in the central and southwestern parts of the Ayutthaya Island, the original sites include Wat Phra Sri Sanphet, Wat Ratchaburana, Wat Phra Ram, Wat Mahathat, and Wiharn Phra Mongkhon Bophit. 
  8. Wat Phra Si Sanphet: Take a look at the miniature form of another Temple, known as the holiest temple of the old Royal Palace of the ancient capital of Ayutthaya in Thailand. This beautiful temple serves as the model for the Wat Phra Kaew in Bangkok.
  9. Victory Monument: Witness the miniature form of a military monument located in the Ratchathewi district of Bangkok, Thailand. This monument was erected to commemorate the victory of Thailand in the Franco-Thai War. 
  10. Rama IX Bridge: You will find a miniature bridge representing the Rama IX Bridge of Bangkok, Thailand over the Chao Phraya River, connecting the Yan Nawa District to Rat Burana District. The bridge is renowned as the first cable-stayed bridge of Thailand and is the second-longest cable-stayed span in the world. 

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B. Zone Mini Europe:

  1. Arc de Triomphe: Delight in watching the miniature form of Arc de Triomphe de l'Étoile, a famous monument standing at the western end of the Champs-Élysées at the centre of Place Charles de Gaulle, at Paris, France. The monument was built to pay respect to all the war heroes of the French Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars. The original monument had the details of the French victories and generals inscribed on the walls. 
  2. Eiffel Tower: Take a look at the miniature form of one of the most recognisable structures of the world, the famous Eiffel Tower of Paris, France. Located at the Champ de Mars, the Eiffel Tower is a wrought iron lattice tower that has become the global cultural icon of Paris as well as France.
  3. Leaning Tower of Pisa: Feel excited looking at the miniature form of another worldwide known structure, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, a nearly four-degree freestanding bell tower of the cathedral of Pisa, an Italian city. 
  4. Coliseum: The smaller version of the well-known amphitheatre of ancient Rome is also present in this zone. The oval amphitheatre is known to be the largest standing amphitheatre in the world to date, despite being constructed centuries ago.  
  5. Abu Simbel: Another well-known structure, whose miniature version you will find in Mini Siam is the Abu Simbel, the two massive rock-cut temples. The original temples are a part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Nubian Monuments and are located in Upper Egypt near the border with Sudan. The original twin temples were originally carved out of a mountainside in the 13th century.
  6. Tower Bridge: Take a trip to London while observing the Tower Bridge miniature form. This combined bascule and suspension bridge crosses the famous river Thames close to the Tower of London and gives better access to the eastern end of the city.
  7. Sydney Opera House: Get a glimpse of Australia while watching a smaller version of one of its famous and most distinctive buildings, the Sydney Opera House, located in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. The building serves as the multi-venue performing art centre. As per UNESCO, the Sydney Opera House is one of the greatest architectural works of the 20th century.
  8. Statue of Liberty: Do not miss out looking at the miniature form of the famous landmark of New York City, The Statue of Liberty. Meaning Liberty Enlightening the World, this statue is a neoclassical colossal sculpture on Liberty Island located at the New York Harbor within New York City, in the United States. The statue, made of copper, was a gift from the country of France to the country of the United States. The statue is that of the figure of Libertas, a Roman goddess of liberty dressed in a robe holding a torch above her head with her right hand and her left hand carrying a tabula ansata with a Roman inscription.
  9. Angkor Wat: The miniature of this famous temple from Cambodia is sure to fill your heart with joy. The temple is known for being the largest religious structure in the world as per the area of the complex. Originally dedicated to Lord Vishnu, the main temple later became a Buddhist place of worship. The huge complex has around 72 other buildings in it, many of which are temples. 
  10. Temple of Heaven: Delight in looking at a Chinese UNESCO World Heritage Site in its miniature form. The Temple of Heaven is an imperial complex with several religious houses located in the southeastern part of central Beijing in China. The temple has been described by UNESCO as "a masterpiece of architecture and landscape design which simply and graphically illustrates a cosmogony of great importance for the evolution of one of the world's great civilizations..." as the "symbolic layout and design of the Temple of Heaven had a profound influence on architecture and planning in the Far East over many centuries."

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Places to Eat near Mini Siam:

  1. The Reader's Cafe: Spend a relaxing evening in the European style coffee shop with an impressive layout and a good collection of books. Enjoy the ambience of the place either by sitting indoors or outdoors sipping your choice of coffee or other delicious drinks.
  2. The Soul Apart Hotel Restaurant and Pastry: Enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner at this little restaurant serving Italian, European and Thai dishes. Select from their wide range of dishes and do not forget to add some delicious seafood dishes when you order. 
  3. Big A Pattaya: Grab a meal at this restaurant serving Thai, Asian, German or European cuisines. Start your day with an enjoyable breakfast from here, or choose from the all-day menu at any time of the day.
  4. Annapurna Restaurants: After visiting Mini Siam, get the taste of Indian or Asian meals at this restaurant. The restaurant is quite popular for its delicious food, especially the deserts that they serve. 
  5. Tam Tam Thai Restaurant: Taste delicious Thai or Asian food at this. You will love the Chrysanthemum juice or Buttery pea juice that they serve as a welcome drink. Enjoy your food at a place with a good ambience. 
  6. Ban Sakura Japanese Buffet: If you are a Japanese food lover or want to try them for the first time, a visit to this restaurant will serve your purpose. Taste perfectly cooked sushi and other Japanese delicacies along with seafood and grilled dishes at this restaurant. 
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Mini Siam FAQs

Is it worth visiting Mini Siam?

It is worth visiting Mini Siam, where you can get a miniature version of attractions from Thailand as well as those from around the world. The place has more than 100 replicas of buildings, including historical places and structures from the modern world. Each of the miniatures has been copied, retaining the exact colour and charm of the original one.

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How do I get to Mini Siam?

Mini Siam is located at Sukhumvit Road, Muang Pattaya, Amphoe Bang Lamung, Chang Wat Chon Buri 20150, Thailand, opposite Bangkok-Pattaya Hospital near North Pattaya. To reach the place, you can opt for hiring a motorbike or a Taxi. You can also reach the place by tuk-tuk. Mini Siam also has an arrangement of Micro Bus transfer which you can opt for.

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Which are the best places to shop near Mini Siam?

Terminal 21 Pattaya: Enjoy a shopping experience in an airport-themed mall offering you products from multiple countries with every level representing a different country. 

Central Marina Pattaya: Visit this mall with the shopping area spread over three floors. Children will feel thrilled playing in the children play area or watching a show at the six-screen SFC Cinema.

Harbor Pattaya Mega Fun Mall: Combine your shopping expedition with entertainment by visiting Harbor Pattaya Mega Fun Mall with entertainment options such as ice and roller skating, trampolining, arcade games and many more at the 13 indoor air-conditioned play areas along with retail shops.

Pattaya Floating Market: An amazing place for souvenir shopping is the Pattaya Floating Market, where you can get good quality local jewellery, handicraft and other Thai products. While enjoying your shopping expedition, you will also be able to witness a beautiful sight of the entire market on tiny boats.

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What’s the best time to visit Mini Siam?

Mini Siam is open daily from 7 am to 10 pm, and it takes around 3 hours to visit the whole place. The best time you can visit this place would be around 5 pm in the evening. If you visit during this time, you will have enough time to visit the whole place, and you will also get the advantage of seeing the beautiful view of all miniature versions illuminated with the lights on.

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Mini Siam Reviews

Abhishek Kapil
Reviewed: 24 Sep 2023
Everything mini size of famous from different countries, like China's window of the world
Dr Bhutia
Reviewed: 04 Jan 2023
Pretty place Must visit if u r in pattaya
Dr bhutia

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