The tallest building in Pattaya is located in Pattaya Park. You can take an elevator or cable car to the top of the tower. Tickets are not very expensive. The 55th floor is a revolving restaurant, mainly buffets, and the landscape is very good. It is recommended to go to the sunset to be more beautiful The 56th floor is the highest level, which is very suitable for those who challenge the limit. The zipline is very slow at first, then the speed suddenly increases, the adrenal glands soar, and the whole process is screaming, which is scary and exciting. You can watch Pattaya with a 360-degree panoramic view. Tall people are not recommended to try.
The scenery is very good, the view is wide, but there are not many people, the experience is not bad
First have a cup of coffee at the 360-degree circular landscape platform on the 55th floor, and enjoy the panoramic view of Pattaya and the coast, and then go up to the 56th floor to enjoy the high-altitude sliding building. The technician will first tie up with a safety rope to let the tourists. Test the load in the air, and then overcome the fear and jump down. The sliding floor device will control the fixed speed, but it is not that scary. We visited Pattaya Park just to experience the tower in the park. The cable car can be said to be the least frightening project, but the wind was a bit strong that day. When it reached the top, the view was amazing. It really can't be more exciting when watching people go down on the zip line. However, the cafe on the ground floor with 360-degree windows is a little disappointing, it looks more like a factory canteen! We even saw an employee sitting next to the cash register, facing the makeup mirror, using a hair clipper to clip his hair! This is their passion for work. .
There is a Pattaya Park Tower on Jomtien Beach in Pattaya, which can be seen from a distance. The park tower is in the small park. The small park has some small entertainment facilities, which is not too interesting. I usually go straight to the restaurant, ha ha. The 52nd and 53rd floors of the Park Tower are self-service revolving restaurants, 400 baht per person.