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|387 M.6 Sukhumvit Road (Km 143)
20260 Pattaya / Thailand
|Entrance Fees: Adults Baht 100 (Thais), Baht 250 (Foreigners)|
By clicking on most images (exept the night one's) or on the names of an exhibit you will get an enlarged picture in a new window. The pictures were taken on 05-January-2001 by Mister Flaggy / Switzerland. All night pictures are from the brochure of Mini Siam.
More pictures of the displayed miniatures are to be found in the gallery section of my Pattaya homepage.
Mini Siam is located on Km 143 at Sukhumvit Highway to Rayong just opposite of Bangkok Pattaya Hospital. It is easily recognised by the huge statues right at the edge of the road. Coming from North Pattaya Road turn left onto Sukhunvit Highway towards Bangkok and drive past Bangkok Pattaya Hospital to the next U-turn then back to Mini Siam.
Wat Phra Kaeo, the Tempel of the Emerald Buddha in the Thai section of Mini Siam
When I first visited this place in 1990 there were "only" miniatures from within Thailand on display. Those were the days Mini Siam got its name from. Nowadays they have two sections (about equal in size) in total an area of about 29 rai. The original Thai section is still there at the rear and the world section - some call it Mini Europe, because many of the miniatures are located there - right at the entrance showing attractions from all continents.
Most impressive and one of the masterpieces is the Cathedral of Cologn / Germany. Another German landmark at Mini Siam is the fairytale Castle of Neuschwanstein.
The most famous tourist attraction of Paris / France you find straight ahead from the entrance: Arc de Triomphe, Eifel Tower and Castle Chaillot. Next to the Atomium / Brussels (Belgium) stands Miss Liberty the world wide wellknown statue at the harbour of New York / USA.
In the Thai section there are many tempels from all over Thailand on display. Such as Wat Phra Kaeo and Wat Arun in Bangkok. But also the ancient temples of Ayutthaya and Sukhotai are shown.
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