Mini Siam is a famous miniature park attraction in Pattaya, Chonburi, Thailand. This park is located 143 km from Bangkok on Sukhumvit Road.
Mini Siam had been started to research the project in 1985, and had been constructed in 1986 with more 29 Rais which separated to be Mini Siam, and Mini Europe. For the rest area, there are the Booking Halls, the Souvenir Shops for lease, and the Parking Lots. The Democracy Monument in Bangkok was the first model to build.
|Monday||7:00 AM – 10:00 PM|
|Tuesday||7:00 AM – 10:00 PM|
|Wednesday||7:00 AM – 10:00 PM|
|Thursday||7:00 AM – 10:00 PM|
|Friday||7:00 AM – 10:00 PM|
|Saturday||7:00 AM – 10:00 PM|
|Sunday||7:00 AM – 10:00 PM|
Irina Sidorenko | Feb 3, 2018
Before coming here, I wasn't expecting much, but actually it's a great experience. If you ever wanted to see an attraction, you can start with it's small copy, and then decide if it's worth seeing. The structure of the park is curious, divided between European part (strangely includes the US and Egypt) and Asian (Thai, to be more specific). Besides, Mini Siam has a nice photo potential - have fun with size and scale. Recommended for families with children, and anyone interested in architecture.
Victor Lian | Feb 21, 2018
It is a good place to see some miniatures of famous structures of the world if you do not have opportunities to visit the places by yourself. However, the place is not sheltered, so in the afternoon it can be very hot. I do not really recommend this place for small children. It may be good to introduce the buildings for elementary age children.
Gordon Knowles | Feb 26, 2018
I have been to Mini Siam many times now. I love this venue set in over 46,000 square metres of landscaped gardens. They have two zones Mini Siam which features Thai landmarks and Mini Europe. It says mini Europe but it features models of landmarks from all over the world. The address for this venue is 387 Moo 6, Sukhumvit rd, Pattaya City Naklua, Bang Lamung, Chonburi, 20150. Construction began in 1986, but it began as a research project the previous year. The Democracy Monument in Bangkok was the first model to be built. Admission is Thais: 100 Baht for adults and 50 Baht for children, Foreigners: 250 Baht for adults and 120 Baht for children. Many web writers on the Internet condemn this practice of double charging, one price for Thai people another price for a Foreigner, usually more. However think of this, Thai people don’t earn the same kind of money foreign people earn. So being Thai they reduce the price to help them or because they are simply Thai and in their own country, so what is wrong with that. I know it perhaps does not happen around the world, but you really have to get used to it and not let it annoy you. The opening hours for Mini Siam is Daily from 07.00 am. – 10.00 pm. At night time the many models, over 100, are now lit up. You can play Gulliver on his travels, for hours visiting here as you tower over the models which are built to a scale of 1:25. After you have enjoyed the Mini Siam, next to the attraction is a Go Kart track for those that enjoy a spot of racing. In the model area are food sellers and a restaurant. At the far side of the Gardens is a small lake with a grotto walk through footpath. At this small lake you can feed very hungry fish that fight for the pellets that you buy and then feed them. The models themselves have a beautiful style, finish and look to them while others now are looking a little tired. I have no doubt this will change through the passage of time.
Sakshi Agarwal | Feb 10, 2018
The place is really good to visit. The miniatures of famous architectures are worth to watch specially in night. Lighting adds extra elegance to the place. Only drawback is fees is 3 times more for foreigners compared to locals.
MOHIT DHAND | Mar 2, 2018
A good place to go with family. Miniature buildings in ratio of 25:1. Not so much fun activities to do but can be a relaxing visit to know more about Thailand History.
Gary Sewell | Apr 5, 2018
Visited 7 years ago and it was great. So big and needed a golf buggy to get around. This time, kids were old enough to come along. Pffftt... It's now tiny. Walk round in 30 minutes. No longer worth the money.
Codie Wooster | May 4, 2018
Its pretty cool but most of the displays are dirty and not kept clean and tidy. Some were broken, some were fine. Its worth seeing if you're into model buildings and at night it all lights up so that was cool to see. There is a restaurant there but we didnt try it, staff were nice though. Cheaper to buy tickets from klook as well.
deepak harlalka | Jun 3, 2018
It is a good place to visit in Pattaya, but the place is not maintained at all. Seems no maintanace has been done from the time it was made. Serious maintenance work is needed.
Kashif Abdul Razzaq | Jul 16, 2018
Awesome place to visit specially if you are with family because they have all Thailand models in just one place which they called mini Siam. Nice place to visit for hours. I saw many Chinese groups they really interested to see how is Thailand and how Siam become Thailand. Nice place to visit once.
Anang Chouhan | Jul 13, 2018
Just awesome, visited in day light and night both, better to visit after dark. Good lightening. But they couldn't construct TajMahal miniature. :)
Ankush Akshetty | Jun 29, 2018
A must visit place if you want to see all famous building around the world in a same place with miniature style. So natural looking with very minute detailing resembling the actual presence of the buildings
Abhishek Nair | Jul 16, 2018
A good place which should not be missed in Pattaya. The tickets are a bit overpriced though. You will find the famous places of the world in one place
Patrick Gaduci | Jun 27, 2018
Good place for having a good short time activity. Sightseeing around the world's most beautiful places. Interesting and lovely.
Marius Halvorsen | Aug 2, 2018
A bit past its prime as with many of the attractions in the area. It is divided into two parts, one is dedicated to monuments from Europe and the rest of the world and this part is poorly maintained and many things are broken. The part that showcases monuments in Thailand look very nice and are in good repair. Good for researching sites to see in Thailand.
Wolfgang Kisslat | Aug 1, 2018
Europe The World - and Thailand All the most Exiting places of Internet in Miniature. A good Chance To See what you can Visit in Thailand.
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