Sanctuary Of Truth
The Sanctuary of Truth is a magnificent construction of wood which is situated at the Rachvate cape of Naklua Pattaya City. Holding the glory of arts and philosophy of goodness, this place is considered to be the world’s largest and most astonishing woodcarving structure.The architecture of this museum is a unique blend of both temple and palace which was built by King Rama IX. This museum is the place which describes the best of the Thai craftsmanship. The intricately carved elephants, people, scenes creatures and the mythological deities are a stunning view to admire.These carvings are a tribute to the Ancient vision of Earth and also the Ancient Knowledge and Eastern Philosophy which is embraced at every corner of this monument. This building is also a strong vision of human existence as the older parts of the museums wooden carvings have degraded with the effects of weather and climate.Thus the construction of this museum is an ongoing and never-ending process which started in 1981. This 105m tall building is not just a place which reflects a beautiful blend of cultures and traditions, but also organizes tours in multiple languages for the visitors to understand better.Not just this, Thai dance performances are also a major highlight of this unique museum. To get a better insight of this one of a kind attractions in Pattaya, follow this handy guide and witness something which is just a marvel creation of mankind.
Whether you’re on the lookout for a splendid weekend getaway, heart-pumping excursion or the ultimate surf the Pattaya Beach is the perfect secluded spot for insta worthy travel diary. This crescent-shaped beach is known for its serene blue sapphire water and pristine white sand that is perfect for a relaxing escapade from the hustle and bustle of the city life. Adventure seekers flock over here for an action-packed adventure and ultimate dose of rejuvenation and relaxation. It is home to a wide number of jet skis, parasails, speedboats, floating restaurants and diving boats. It is also known for being the hotspot of the hippest parties during the night that will definitely lure you to visit this beach. At nighttime, the entire action on this beach shifts to the crazy revellers who gather here to enjoy its lively nightlife where partying and drinking continues non stop until dawn. You can find luxurious beachside shacks at the one end and traditional tail boats at the other end that offer you a delightful excursion of the beach. There are many beachside resorts over here where pulsating live music wafts through the air, and you’re also served here the best catch of seafood. This beach is also flanked with some famous flea markets and shops where you can stock up on your souvenirs. So soak in the sun and find your own groove at the beachside shacks that beam to pulsating music. You can also enjoy the glorious sunset and indulge into a wealth of enthralling experiences by hitting the secluded shoreline of Pattaya beach
In the list of Thailand’s exotic beaches, Jomtien Beach is the island of leisure. An important part of the eastern coastline of the Gulf of Thailand, the beach falls under the province of Chon Buri. Jomtien Beach is stretched almost 6 km long and is set parallel to the Jomteinsaineung Road. Jomtien Beach was once an area of paddy fields and now it has developed into a tourist spot. Tourists generally prefer this beach for its quietness and adventurous activities. It provides the facilities of windsurfers and water sports. Moreover, you will find quirky shacks and elegant beachfront resorts. These places offer exotic dishes and a pristine stay with beach view. Apart from the beauty of the beach, Jomtien also showcases the cultural side of Thailand. From Thai cuisine restaurants to elegant cabaret shows, you will find a plethora of activities near Jomtien beach. You can visit the Floating Market Pattaya and shop for some souvenirs or you can plan a romantic dinner at The Glass House, and end your day by enjoying the cabaret show at the Colosseum Show.
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