Address for Nong Nooch Gardens Pattaya.
34/1 Moo 7 Najomtien District, Sattahip
Tel : Head Office 038-709 35860
Bangkok tel: 02-2521768
Pattaya : 038-429321
Getting to Nong Nooch Gardens Pattaya.
The turn off for Nong Nooch Gardens is 15.5 kilometers south from the South Pattaya Road (Pattaya Tai) junction on sukhumvit highway. it is on the left hand side and is hard to miss due to the large sign. When you leave the Sukhumvit highway, keep going for another 2.5 kilometers, there is a ticket booth at the right hand side of the road, after purchasing your ticket carry on for another kilometer to the parking area.
If you don’t wish to drive yourself you could charter a vehicle and driver in Pattaya.
Uber or GrabTaxi to Nong Nooch Gardens
Uber and Grabtaxi are 2 of the best apps you can have in Pattaya. Prices seem similar (and reasonable) but for me the Uber app finds your destination much more accurately.
Need directions to Nong Nooch Gardens?. Use this Nong Nooch Google map.
Nong Nooch Opening hours.
The entire park is open from 8am – 6pm 7 days a week with restaurants open until 10 pm 365 days a year – including public holidays.
Nong Nooch Admission Price.
Nong Nooch Gardens admission / entry tickets at the gate are as follows.
- Foreigners price for entry and gardens ( no shows ) is 500 baht.
- Thais, and foreigners with Thai driving license get in for 300 Baht
- Foreigners price for entry + shows is 800 baht
Children under 90 cm get in free. Children between 90 – 120cm pay around 360 baht. Children above 120 cm pay adult fee. Entry + shows for children is approximately 600 baht.
Discount entry ticket prices at Nong Noooch Gardens
There’s 2 booking agencies offering Nong Nooch entry tickets at half price or less. They are both reliable services which I have used myself. Which one you choose depends on your circumstances, so let me just tell you a little bit about each one.
klook.com offer member rewards and Nong Nooch Garden entry tickets ready for same day use, if you are early enough.
Hotels2Thailand.com offer arguably the cheapest Nong Nooch Garden entry tickets, and also offer transport to and from Nong Nooch.
Free Entry When You Stay at Nong Nooch
I confirmed this myself by email. If you stay at Nong Nooch Garden Resort you get free entry to the gardens, but you must still pay to see the shows. Check Agoda’s rates for Nong Nooch Resort.
Nong Nooch Daily Show Times.
- Round 1: 10:30-11:30
- Round 2: 13:30-14:30
- Round 3: 15:30-16:30
- Round 4: 16:30-17:30
About Nong Nooch Pattaya.
Nong Nooch Gardens is one of the largest Pattaya tourist attractions covering an area of nearly 600 acres (1500 Rai). Give yourself 4 – 5 hours to take everything in, including the shows.
There are many attractions at Nong Nooch Pattaya, some of the favourites if you have children with you are the animal sections which include goats, birds, rabbits, giant tortoises, turtles and many more. You can see many of the attractions at Nong Nooch listed below.
- Feed the animals
- Feed the fish
- Feed the Elephants
- Elephant rides
- save your legs and use the free bus service
- Butterfly garden
- Tropical bird section
- Elephant show
- Thai culture show
- Pedal boats
Nong Nooch Photos
Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Gardens has been one of Pattaya’s most popular attractions for many years. From my own experience I can tell Nong Nooch is a great day out for all the family.
How Much Time Do You Need at Nong Nooch
There’s a lot to see and do at Nong Nooch, so take your time, and don’t make a tight schedule for yourself. If you don’t have your own transport take an Uber or Grabtaxi. If it’s your first visit to Nong Nooch give yourself at least 5 hours to take everything in.
Looking for more family activities in Pattaya ?
Here’s a few ideas to help you find the best things to do on holiday with children in Pattaya.
- Things to with kids in Pattaya
- Cartoon Network Amazone Water Park
- Ramayana Water Park
- Pattaya family friendly hotels and resorts
Bathe with Elephants in Pattaya
There is a new elephant sanctuary in Pattaya which offers an experience similar to that offered in the sanctuaries around Chiang Mai. You can feed, mingle with, and get in the water to bathe the elephants. For more information just take a look at my post from our visit to the Elephant Sanctuary.