Sanctuary of Truth in Pattaya Thailand is a showcase of art and a historical place of Thailand. The artwork is made of wood without the use of nails and the artwork is still ongoing when we visited it February 2020. We have a great time learning the history of Thailand. Recommended for tourist to visit if you go to Pattaya.
Nice for a day away from Pattaya. Situated in Naklua just North lies the Sanctuary of Truth. Make sure to use Google Maps. Poor/old signage from Naklua Rd. Relaxing experience. Use the English guides available (recommended) for better experience and understanding of the surroundings. Elephant feeding, restaurant, and several other activities available. Not bad at all.
A very large park, many species of fauna) I would like to have signatures for them, benches would also not be in the way. You can take a ticket for the sightseeing bus, inside the park, which will take you around the hanging territory. We didn't take and were able to enjoy the details of the park. There are huge fish in the lake that can be fed for 20 baht.
perfect and awesome place… with the best english tour guide… who knows alot languages actually hes a russian but also friendly behavior and everything is beautiful and the beautiful texture,details and even one texture have their own story with the bad and the good and about life and things to learn for people these days
Good day ! The scale of the park is striking even at the entrance to it. You are greeted by a huge parking lot, then you go to the ticket office and the entrance to the park. The park is divided into zones depending on the origin of the plants. There is a super cars exhibition. There is a playground with elephants where you can feed them and ride them. A sightseeing bus is available in the park. There is a cafe with food and drinks throughout the area. You can safely go for the whole day. There is something to see and something to be surprised at. Plants are superbly monitored, as well as all the territory as a whole. Very nice
I forgot to review this. We went in Oct 2019- before the pandemic! It was the highlight of our Thailand trip. Great experience feeding the giraffes. The safari tour via bus was interesting too. The zoo itself very crowded and humid. There were plenty of eating options but it wasn’t comfortable staying out under the sun that long.