See Thailand in miniature at the Mini Siam model village just north of Pattaya, and discover beautifully-made models of many of the nation’s best known buildings such as the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Rama IX Bridge, Wat Arun, and more.
What to Expect
Get a bird’s eye view of all of Thailand on this 2-hour tour of Mini Siam, a model village constructed in the 1980s just north of Pattaya. The park displays stunningly constructed models of the most important sights and monuments of Thailand.
Among the heritage buildings you will see up-close in miniature form are the temples of the former capital at Ayutthaya, the Rama IX Cable-Stayed Bridge of Bangkok, and the Marble Throne Hall of the Dusit Palace.
There are around 100 small constructions in total, all lovingly crafted with detailed precision. There’s even a Mini Europe zone with reconstructions of the Eiffel Tower, Leaning Tower of Pisa, and Tower Bridge in London. Add to that miniature models of the Statue of Liberty, Sydney Opera House, and Angkor Wat, and you can see (almost) the entire world in tiny form!
- English-speaking guide (guides in German, French, Russian, and other languages are available on request, subject to a surcharge)
- Entrance fees
What's Not Included
- Any service not mentioned in the inclusions
- Tips and personal expenses