Four Season's Place

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

341/44 Moo 9, Soi Chalermprakiat 22, Pattaya 3 Rd., Nongpure Banglamung, Pattaya, Pattaya, 20150, Th
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Average
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 27% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Couples85
  • Solo92
  • Business87

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Nong Nooch Village

by rajeevbairathi

What is the offical entry ticket cost of Nong Nooch VIllage.
Can I make a reservation for nong nooch village on 12th Oct 2.00PM

Re: Nong Nooch Village

by Thai-Guy

Entry Fee: 400 Thai Baht. (see http://www.nongnoochtropicalgarden.com/en/ ) I didn't read everything on the web page so you ought to prior to going, ie: times, any special holiday closures, etc...

I'm going to say you don't need a reservation, especially now that it's not busy season. I've been there once and we drove up, parked, walked inside and did our own thing (going through the zoo and garden). Entrance fee includes an Elephant Trek through the park.

I suppose you can try and book a trip with one of many tourist traps and they will be happy to charge you upwards to 1500 Thai Baht, which includes some sort of transportation from Pattaya. They may even throw in some sort of Thai lunch which is usually not very appealing; even my Thai wife doesn't eat too much of those complimentary meals when provided but anywhere else she can eat more than most men. My suggestion is to drive there. If you don't have transportation, rent a motorbike for the day 150 - 200 Baht. Drive south on Sukhimvit and 15 - 20 minutes later you'll see huge signs on the side of the road. You're better off buying your own food vs booking a tour and taking advantage of a free meal. You can save yourself around 500 baht or more. Oh, you may have to spring for about 50 baht in gas as most motorbikes are drained of the fuel upon return and rented out with empty tanks.

For the record, you can book a ticket at one of the million or so toursit booths around Thailand (especially in Pattaya). If you google Nong Nooch Gardens you can choose from several different websites that will offer some sort of package deal.

Most important item on your to-do list: Bring A Camera.

Travel Tips for Pattaya

Mingle with the locals!

by Travel2write

On a wednesday afternoon to late eve, you can see the old timmers hanging out in the open air bars. Spend an afternoon and a little time, have a couple of beers and you may wake you up from your dreams of paradise! His name was Richard. He has lived in Pattaya for 12 years now. A widower and veteran of Vietnam he has pretty much seen it all. I asked him about Immigration, travel tips, Visa's, buisness licenses and owning a condo.
Pattaya is a city that has many twists, turns, scandals and history. Westerners have come here time and time again, looking to get a part of this paridise for themselves. In the end it's all still just smoke, mirrors and naked girls.

walking street

by IrishPaddy about adult playground

well if u can imagine as a disneyland for men u wud be correct. sure once a man (we are 22 so not their cliche market targets but nonetheless ....) u leave ur hotel and minute u step outside day or night to the hot, noisy, (slightly smelly from open sewers) pattaya, u are greeted for hollering and screaming girls who are bidding for ur attention, i think the city has 250,000 of such. walking strret is the main area for strip bars, go go bars, clubs though everywhere has these here, its a 24hr spot where u see guys 18-80 with women about 16-mid 20s in tiny dresses and bars full of eager women offering themselves to you for night or 24 for about 1000B (20 euro) if its your cup of tea. not for guys who are committed to their gf's or wives as we found out !!

A Little Bit of England in Pattaya

by gaolei about N and J Inn Restaurant and Family Bar

In the midst of all the crazyness that is Soi 8, there is a tiny restaurant that has a great English Breakfast and many specials during the day. The restaurant is only 3 or 4 meters wide and maybe 10 meters long, a very small place.

It is owned by Nid, a Thai woman and her husband Les, an Englishman. They are usually in the restaurant in the morning reading a newspaper and having something to eat. They will sit and talk and make you feel at home. You can easily feel their love for each other. It's a great place to start the day.

They also can rent you an apartment here for a reasonable price. The English breakfast with sausages, eggs, beans, toast and coffee is perfection to me.

PLEASE DO NOT VISIT THIS PLACE

by Chimpfriend

Please do not encourage this venue to continue the exploitation & inhumane treatment of critically endangered species such as Orangutan & Chimpanzee. It is highly unlikely these animals were bred at the park as official raids have not found adult primates, which is essential if breeding programmes do exist. It is likely that the infant orangutans & chimpanzees have been stolen from the wild.

A press report from the UK supports this info, & highlights the tragic case of 1 chimp who desperately needs specialist medical care. If anyone has information about the chimpanzee Naree - identifiable by her facial deformation, please contact Monkey World email: apes@monkeyworld.org

Exerpt from Swanage & Wareham Guardian , 2004-04-02
"A chimp in desperate need of medical attention is back performing in a zoo. Now calls are being made for the Thai authorities to tell the truth and abide by an international convention to protect endangered species.

The plight of Naree the chimp was highlighted by Dorset animal welfare campaigners Jim and Dr Alison Cronin.

The Monkey World owners came across the 7 year old chimp at Sriracha Tiger Zoo in Bangkok, alongside other illegal animals, while investigating animal and bird smuggling in the Far East.

This is in direct contravention of the Convention on the Inter-national Trade in Endangered Species (CITES), which meets in Bangkok later this year, according to Mr Cronin.

"This is absolutely shocking behaviour. Naree and another baby chimp and two baby orang-utans are performing at the zoo," he said.

"The Thai government has sent out 1,000 letters to people saying Naree is being well looked after. "People have to decide for themselves when they look at these photos - is this the Thai government telling us that they care for Naree or their wildlife?"

"The place where she is at the moment is her nightmare. She is dragged from her cage three times a day to perform with a bear and a tiger. She is scared, sad and suffering, and is then made to beg for money at the end of the shows. "

SRI RACHA TIGER ZOO

by STRATOS79

Sri Racha is located about 30 minutes from Pattaya This zoo is mostly famous for the large number of Bengal tigers with more than 100 acre Sri Racha has a various kinds of animals like crocodiles camels deer monkeys There also many shows like the crocodile, elephant and scorpion queen

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Address: 341/44 Moo 9, Soi Chalermprakiat 22, Pattaya 3 Rd., Nongpure Banglamung, Pattaya, Pattaya, 20150, Th