Mini Siam and Mini Europe are located on Sukhumvit Road in Pattaya and a huge attraction for all to enjoy. You get to see beautiful miniature architectural replica recreations of some of the world's greatest wonders. There are over 100 famous structures from around Thailand, Cambodia, Europe, Africa and the USA.
Mini Thai Temples and monuments lie side by side with Russian Palaces, Bavarian Castles, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the London Bridge, the Eiffel Tower and too many others to mention.
Why this attraction is known as Siam and Europe in miniature form, is somewhat curious, particularly when there are also mini structures of Abu Simbel from Egypt and Angkor Wat from Cambodia. There's also a mini Statue of Liberty from the USA.
What could be more amazing than viewing miniature cities of the world’s best beauties? This place is home to more than 100 replicas of famous sites from around the world. From the Statue of Liberty to the Phanom Rung Historical Park to the Issan province, this vast ground displays miniature cities at a scale ratio of 1:25. The whole mini siam village is divided into 2 parts namely Mini Siam and Mini Europe and covers some 400 square metres. You’ll have 2 hours to explore and digest the spectacular experience of the global culture.
I understand how much astonishing this is and will be totally respecting your privacy by giving you a total independent time. This self-guided experience costs will incorporate your admission tickets and your round-trip transportation cost from your hotel. If you're a fan of Gulliver’s Travel. you'll definitely love this is the place. You'll find all the details you need for this tour in the link above. Have fun.
The intricate detail that goes into each and every miniature are a wonder on their own. The models here are all important historical sites of various culture and civilisation representing the ancient and modern. Don't forget to take sunscreen, a hat, sunglasses and a camera on which to capture those special moments.
There is no need to give you directions as the owners of this establishment offer a free pick me up and drop me off transport from any hotel in Pattaya. You can even ask to be collected at any given time too. Now that is Thai service - extraordinaire.
The best time to visit is before sunset so that you get to see these fabulous miniatures before and after the sun goes down. Once the lights come on, you get to view all the creations in a whole new light. How's that for a pun intended. The park is open daily from 8:00 am until 10:00 pm with an entrance fee of 300 Baht.
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