Adventure Park in Pattaya

Zip lining is a fun experience!

Zip lining is a fun experience!

I’ve visited Pattya on numerous occasions – to see what walking street is like, to enjoy great seafood, and to visit Lan island also the amazing Sanctury of Truth. Recently I just discovered that this city didn’t have just beaches, islands or busy streets. There is also an adventure park in the forest that I never thought would exist so close to downtown Pattaya.

Tree Top Adventure Park offer you great fun balancing yourself through an assortment of games such as bicycle in the trees, rope bridges, Tarzan swings, and giant zip lines was a fantastic scene change from the hustle and bustle of Bangkok city.

 

I have actually a fear of heights.  I must admit it was quite terrifying climbing up high from the ground , I was avoiding to look down all the time but I also like to challenge myself, and go out of my comfort zone.

The whole course took about two hours. After that we were treated by cold fresh watermelon : )

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They have friendly Thai and Filipino  staff who provide excellent training and speak fluent English. My guide was Filipino named Alan, he was very friendly, trying to create fun atmosphere for me and my friends by singing, taking photos, and encouraging us not to be afraid. He also carried heavy bottles of water for all of us so we could move around easily.

All in all, it was a fun new experience I would be happy to repeat. I recommend this experience for anyone who isn’t afraid of heights (I am but I went for it) and love a good adventure!

Tips:

  • Wear comfortable cloths that allows ease movement, and you might want to bring spare clothes in case you get wet (yes, there is a chance 😉 ).
  • For those who has long hair, it should be tied back.
  • Jewellery, watches and anything that could get caught or tangled in the mechanisms must be removed.
  • Sandals are not allowed

 

Swinging up like a Jane!

Tree Top Adventure Park is located at Horseshoe Point resort & country club, just 20 minutes by car from Pattaya city center. They also offer night trip adventure park which is the first one in Thailand. More information: www.treetopadventurepark.com

 

Have you ever been zip lining? If so, where did you go? I’d love to hear about what experiences are like in different places.

 

YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE:

The Santury of Truth ปราสาทสัจธรรม

Lan Island in Pattaya เกาะล้าน

 

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7 Responses to Adventure Park in Pattaya

  1. Sanne De Roos 03/04/2014 at 04:51 #

    Dear,

    I’m a enthusiastic ‘Sports and Movement’ student majoring in ‘Leisure Management’. I study at the Howest College in Bruges, Belgium and I’m currently in my sophomore year.
    Next year, I have to take part in an internship and I would love to do this in Thailand. This would take place from around February 15th, 2015 until around May 17th, 2015.
    In light of my study background, I’m looking for an internship in the field of ‘Leisure’ and I was wondering if your organization might have something to offer me.

    I would love to hear back from you.

    Best regards,

    Sanne De Roos
    Howest
    Leisure Management
    +32 4 77 70 45 04

    • Mod 07/04/2014 at 12:05 #

      Sawatdee ka Sanne,

      Thank you for message and welcome to Thailand in advance. 🙂 If you are interested to learn Thai language to prepare yourself for the internship in Thailand, We teach private lessons via Skype, and we are happy to offer a free trial lesson to find out how we can work best together. Please see further details here: http://learnthaiwithmod.com/skype-training/ or write me at adjima_t@hotmail.com to schedule a free session.

      Best regards,
      Mod

  2. AlexeyFirst 04/01/2014 at 21:09 #

    Sawatdee, Mod! Last april I flight into jungle in province Trat. It was marvelous!

  3. Martin Ashdown 21/10/2013 at 14:15 #

    Hi khun Mod
    Sawatdii khrap. Sabaidii mai.
    on my next trip to your country I plan on experiencing what you have have just done.Several years ago I use to take my students to an out door pursuit school in the English mountains and their we had what we called a ‘ropes course’ in the trees and above a river complex. It was such great fun as well as a valuable learning tool for boosting confidence.
    If you havn’t already seen it watch the film ‘Medicine Man’ with Sean Connery (the original James Bond) – Its great as he in in the canopy of the Amazon Jungle – its great, very inspiring.

    Thankyou for your teaching videos you have very clear explanations making it encouraging to learn.
    Take care
    Martin

  4. Evan Meades 21/10/2013 at 13:02 #

    oh looks like you had great fun Krue Mod – sanook

    • Mod 21/10/2013 at 13:50 #

      I did indeed. You should try it 🙂

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