The ResortSeven Seas ConceptNeighbourhoodFacilitiesRoomsPlansVideos Nong Nooch Tropical Gardens Nong Nooch Tropical Gardens is a fantastic day out containing thousands of square meters of gardens, butterfly farms, Elephant shows and much more. Winner of the Chelsea Flower Show. Jomtien Beach Jomtien Beach is the beach of choice for local tourist and residents. The beach is clean and offers sun loungers and restaurants, water sports including banana boat rides, jet ski, paragliding and kite surfing. The beach road has many shops for clothes, souvenirs bars and coffee shops. Bang saray Bangsaray is a small village on the South Eastern Seaboard of Thailand, Once a quiet fishing village, with many fishing boats and seafood restuarants, it is slowly growing into a small town and is becoming popular with tourists as well as expats. Pattaya Elephant Village Pattaya Elephant Village offers elephant tracking in the local surround jungle and tropical off road routes. Pattaya Underwater World Underwater World Pattaya is a leisure attraction showcasing the rich variety of marine life found around the region. Situated at Pattaya, it complements the many other educational and recreational activities available at this beautiful seaside resort. One of the best attractions on offer in Pattaya. Pattaya Floating Market Step back in time and enjoy the education about the culture of Thailand in the Pattaya Floating Market. This very successful attraction is located only a sones throw from Sevenseas. Crocodile Farm The Pattaya Crocodile farm is a truly fabulous day out and must not be missed, includes shows and much much more. An action packed day out for the family. Pattaya Dolphin Show World famous Pattaya Dolphin Show is Very easily located within easy distance of the Sevenseas Condo Resort. Siam Country Club Siam Country Club is the first privately owned golf club in Thailand, founded by Dr. Thaworn Phornprapa. We proudly stand among the international standards since the beginning of its construction in September 1969. This golf course has served Thailand as host to many golfing events such as the Thailand Open 4 times, Asian Golf Circuits and the latest a world class tournament "Honda LPGA Thailand". Thepprasit Market Thepprasit Night Market has clothes, handbags, trendy watches, cool sneakers, home-decorating items on offer, aswell as IT and Pet Sections who offer new and secondhand mobile phones, mp3 players, and other gadgets, whereas in Pet Section you can find dogs, cats, fish and rabbits. Thepprasit Night Market also has a large food court. Pattaya Beach The main sweep of the bay area is divided into two principal beachfronts. Pattaya Beach is parallel to city centre, and runs from Pattaya Nuea south to Walking Street. Along Beach Road are restaurants, shopping areas, and night attractions Pattaya Park Pattaya Park offers a number of exciting Activities including Sky Shuttle, Speed Shuttle and Tower Jump, the best vantage point for a breathtaking view with the challenge and excitement, You can jump from 170 metres high off the tower, or go with the Sky shuttle to the beach and having something faster with the Speed Shuttle. Central Festival The Shopping Complex spans across a majestic, seven-storey building set amidst an over 11-meter long stretch of sand. Feast your eyes on a perfect cluster of over 200 chic fashion outlets and boutiques. Savour a wide range of exquisite dishes in hip restaurants lining the beachfront and offering you an exceptional al fresco dining experience. Spend your nights at a five-star hotel affiliated to the Hilton whose spacious parking lot can accommodate some 2,000 vehicles. Central Festival Pattaya Beach will colour your shopping experience with a unique shopping complex that answers the needs and wishes of every lifestyle amidst a picturesque resort. Walking Street Walking Street Pattaya is probably the most exciting street in the world if you like to have fun. Here you will find all kinds of entertainment, from bars, discos, gogo-bars, cabaret shows and much much more. Walking down Walking Street from Beach Road to Bali Hai Pier is an experience you will never forget. The Walking Street is closed for traffic from 19:00 until 03:00. You can chose from a wide variety of sea-food restaurants to Indian, Italian, European, Thai or many other countries. Sanctuary of Truth The Sanctuary of Truth is a gigantic wooden construction which covers the area of more than two rais. The top point of the building is about 105 meters high. It was constructed to withstand the wind and sunshine on the seashore at Rachvate Cape, Tumbon Naklea, Amphur Banglamung, Chon Buri Province. Buddha Hill (Pratumnak) The Big Buddha in Pattaya is situated at the top of Pratumnak Hill. Sat at about halfway between Pattaya and Jomtien Beach areas, this huge Buddha image is reached by a walk up a not-too-difficult staircase with the guardian serpent on each side leading you to the temple. Buddha Moutain About 20 minutes outside of Pattaya stands the largest Buddha image in the world, Khao Chee Chan also known as Buddha Mountain. Built in 1996 to commemorate King Bhumibolís golden jubilee, the 50th anniversary of his accession to the throne, the Kingís children with members of the department of Geological Resources and the nearby Asian Institute of Technology started the construction. Using American laser technology the image was carved into the sheer cliff in just two days, but It would take many months to fill the grooved image with the required gold leaf. The cost of the project is said to be over three million dollars. Silver Lake Silver Lake, is a vast vineyard area adjacent to the Khao Chi Chan. Activities include horse riding, riding ATV's, bicycle bike riding and elephant trekking. There are many products to choose from among which are grape wines made from 100% grape juice, jam, grapes, raisins and jelly. Koh Lan Ko Lan is the largest of the "Near Islands", off south Pattaya. It is located at the SE end of the Bay of Bangkok, on the eastern side of the Gulf of Siam. Administratively Ko Lan belongs to the Amphoe Bang Lamung, Chonburi Province. Ko Lan lies 8 km away from the nearest shore and it is about 4 km in length. It is a hilly island, covered with low tropical forest; its highest point reaches 205 m and there is a Buddhist shrine on top of the mountain. The island has two small villages on it: Ban Ko Lan and Ban Krok Makhan where there are lodgings and restaurants.