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Wat Yansangwararam

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999 Moo 11 Huay Yai Subdistrict, Bang Lamung 20250 Thailand
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Skip-the-Line Underwater World Pattaya Ticket

Pattaya’s most exciting aquarium, Underwater World brings a slice of the deep ocean on shore in a series of exhibits that take you from the sandy beaches to the shallow rock pool.<br><br>Underwater World features some 2,500 marine animals, comprising more than 200 species from the region as well as overseas, including sharks, sea otters, stingray and rare shovelnose ray – a hybrid between a shark and stingray. The journey begins at the ‘Touch Pool’, where you can feel the skin of bamboo sharks, sea cucumbers, turtles, blue-spotted stingrays, starfish and lobsters.<br><br>The reef tank showcases colorful reefs, corals and the symbiosis of undersea plants, anemones and fish. From here, the underground water tunnel opens into the depths of the marine world. Meet the sharks, stingrays, hovelnose rays, giant groupers and a host of predators and prays that inhabit the ocean’s depths.<br><br>Apart from the aquarium section, the live feeding shows are great fun, especially for children.
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HOOMAN wrote a review Apr 2020
Tehran, Iran1,187 contributions137 helpful votes
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Wat Yansangwararam (Locally known as Wat Yan) is a one of the most impressive temples in Pattaya. The temple is located approximately 20 km south of the Pattaya. The temple was built in 1976. Wat Yansangwararam is surrounded by clean gardens, massive lakes & several different architectural styles of buildings, that make the complex a nice & peaceful place. The contemporary design is the most remarkable characteristic of Wat Yan. Many unique architectural influences from India, China, Japan & Lanna can be seen here. Inside the main complex you can find a replica footprint of the Buddha & a large stupa that contains a many relics from the Buddha. The complex is usually quiet, so It's an interesting place for practicing meditation. Public transport is not available for going to Wat Yan, so you have to go there by a group tour or with a private taxi or a rental car. It's a good idea to rent a car and go to the Wat Yan by rental car, So you can discover many attractions of this part of the city such as Nong Noch tropical garden, Silverlake vineyard, Swiss sheep farm, Ramayana Water Park and Buddha mountain. It's located only about 10 minutes away from Buddha Mountain. Standing in a certain spot in the Wat Yan, you can see the Buddha Mountain in the distance. It's really worth a visit for discovering the quieter side of Pattaya. The complex operates (8-17).
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Samate wrote a review Feb 2020
Helsinki, Finland103 contributions30 helpful votes
Temple area is large. Best thing is peaceful gardens. If you are interested in buddhaism, museums are good for that purpose. There were even a wax museum of famous monks. Still the place left a little bad feeling - never had to pay just visiting temple area. 50 baht is nothing, but our thai friend was embarrassed.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Kiinok wrote a review Nov 2019
Samut Prakan, Thailand20 contributions18 helpful votes
I go through here 3-4x per week on bike rides and have stopped of a multitude of times. Certainly can see the temple grounds, small museums and walk up the steps of the Mondop if want to attain the overall view of Wat Yan stretching into Na Jomtien and all the way to Pattaya. Everyone has different tastes but I find this place often relaxing.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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A. Buddy C wrote a review Nov 2019
Merida, Mexico27 contributions1 helpful vote
This is a very beautiful site located very near Pattaya. There are many temples of different architecture, but the surrounding landscape is even more beautiful.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Exposure wrote a review Oct 2019
Paris, France369 contributions19 helpful votes
It is a bit far from Pattaya beach but it really deserves a visit. It is a park with few Thai houses, temples and pagoda. More than anything it is very quiet.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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