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Situated between the fishing villages of Bang Saray and Ban Amphur (20 minutes south of Pattaya), on the road to Silverlake and Khao Chee Chan Buddhist Image.
Mangoes is centrally located for visiting Ramayana Waterpark and Cartoon Network Amazone Waterpark, Thailand's two largest water parks. The world famous Nong Nooch Gardens, Silverlake Vineyard, the Swiss Sheep Farm, floating market, Underwater World, Mimosa Village of Love, Big Buddha Mountain (Khao Chee Chan), Chinese Temple  ( Viharn Sien) plus many golf courses are among wonderful attractions to visit.
We have many beautiful beaches and islands close to Mangoes, offering snorkeling, diving, sailing, kite surfing, wind surfing, paddle boarding, jet skiing and visiting beautiful islands such as Samaesan Island, Monkey Island, Koh Larn, Koh Rhin and many others. There are many beautiful temples, culture centers and markets to visit also.

The City of Pattaya is 20 minutes away for those wanting nightlife and shopping. U-tapao airport otherwise known as Pattaya International(26 km) is just 20 minutes down the road offering many internal flights within Thailand and international flights. Budget Airline Don Muang Airport( 137 km) and Suvarnabhumi Airport( 107 km) are also within 120 and 90 minutes.  There are buses and Taxis from all the major travel hubs. Nearest train station is 3km away.


The Mango Experience!
From Poolside Villa, Studio, Suite, to Family Rooms.  


A Restaurant featuring Thai and Western dishes is available on site. Poolside snacks and drinks are also availabe
Complimentary Fast Internet
 access is available throughout Mangoes for the convenience of our Guests 
Airport Pick up and return can be arranged to the majot airports of Suvarnabhumi, Don Muang and Utapau( Pattaya International). Confirmation can be made upon booking checkout  
Gated secure off road parking. 
Daily Housekeeping and room service is available
The pool area with waterfall, night lights and spa is available for all. Private parties can be held with the 5 poolside rooms being able to be closed off for those special occasions  
Guest Kitchen and BBQ 
A serviceable kitchen is available for Guest use. A BBQ is available for use for Guest bought food
Local Tours can be arranged. See the selection and choose when you check out when booking your room




Columbia Pictures Aquaverse - Movie Theme Park

(2.5 km)

Columbia Pictures Aquaverse is a Prime Destination for Thrill-Seekers and Movie Lovers. Prepare to be Transported into a World of Epic Adventures. Open 10 AM to 6 PM except Wednesdays.

Ramayana Water Park Pattaya

(6.1 km)

# 1 in Thailand and # 12 in the world! Thailand’s biggest, best, most exhilarating water park…and so much more. Try the thrills and spills of our 21 awesome water rides – some totally unique – that vary from screams to gentle swings, 2 dedicated kids zones, a record big double wave pool, an amazing ride in the lazy river with mystical caves, geysers and bubbles, relaxation and activity pools and so many things to do. RamaYana is much more than just a waterpark. Built on an ancient, long forgotten city, explore the remainders of ancient buildings, walls, sculptures and waterfalls. Visit the floating market, meet real elephants and experience the amazing nature in and around the park with green hills, lakes and rivers. Simply Thailand at its best! RamaYana WaterPark is built to the highest international standards – using only premium equipment and even crystal clear drinking water from the park’s own wells. So – not only your fun, but also your safety is guaranteed. Open Daily from 10 Am to 6PM

Nong Nooch Tropical Gardens

(3.3 km)

Nong Nooch is world renowned for its impressive Elephant and Thai Cultural Shows, along with what is largely considered the biggest and most beautiful botanical gardens in Southeast Asia. The gardens are constantly developing and evolving, creating new interests for our loyal members and returning guests. Nong Nooch gardens are also dedicated to education, preservation and research as well as the conservation of the worlds LARGEST palm collection, the largest variety of Orchids in Thailand and other tropical flora and fauna. There are many attractions at the gardens for all the family. Dine at a variety of our restaurants catering for all cuisine choices or enjoy our cafes; all for your convenience.The garden is constantly developing and evolving, creating new interests for our loyal members and returning guests.

Silver lake Vineyards  (4.9km)

1000 acre Vineyards established with an Italian and Seafood Restaurant and beautiful views of the Lakes and Mountains. 

Bang Saray Fishing Village (7.2 km)

Bang Saray is a fishing village located only 15 minutes south of Pattaya. Ban Saray offers visitors a truly relaxing and enjoyable experience with its white sandy beaches and local eateries serving up tasty local seafood and barbecue dishes. Bang Saray is a totally unique experience for visitors, offering an insight into the local beachside Thai lifestyle in a village free from hordes of tourists. A variety of activities await you at Ban Saray including fishing, water sports, diving, snorkelling, and sailing. There is also the Phoenix Gold Club just 10 minutes drive away. Given its close location to other major destinations, visitors are able to make day trips easily to nearby Pattaya and Jomtien beaches.

Chong Samaesan Village(23km)

  • Chong Samaesan is another village offering good fishing opportunities. There are bungalow-type accommodations and tourists can charter boats to enjoy fishing around the nearby islands. These entire small islands are under the jurisdiction of the navy. Suan Chunlakan Sathit Sathan Banphachon Siam is a park built for Admiral Prince Krommaluang Chumphon Khet Udomsak in 1995. It is situated at Mu 1, Tambon Phlu Ta Luang where a shrine and statues of Prince Krommaluang Chumphon Khet Udomsak and significant persons in Thai history as well as revered Buddhist monks in the past are situated. The park is open daily from 7AM-6PM. The nearby islands offer fantastic snorkeling. White sand beaches with crystal clear water and it is a wonderful day out from Mangoes Motel. 


Koh Si Chang(km)
Koh Larn( Coral Island(32 km)
Koh Lan(32 km)
Koh Ling(Monkey Island(km)
Koh Samet(53 km)
Koh Phai( Bamboo Island(42 km)
Koh Khram Yai(26 km) 
Koh Sak(31 km)
Koh Krok(km)
Koh Rin(Gnat Island)(32 km)

Dolphin World

(7.3 km)

Many activities can be found here. Daily shows at 11.00, 13,00, 15.00 and 17.00. Other activities are swimming with Dolphins, ATV riding, horse riding and horse drawn carriage trips, climbing activities, shooting range, a tin toy  zone,  Cowboy zone, shooting range as well as a restaurant and accommodation

Mimosa-The City of Love

(14 km)

Designed along the lines of the ancient city of Colmar,France which is ranked amongst the top 10 romantic places in the world.
The attraction includes a shopping zone and a cabaret show with a musical fountain. Showtime is 17.00 and 19.00.
It also offers a romantic atmosphere for pre-wedding pictures.
Admission fee  for Thai Nationality;
Admission fee to the venue is 50 THB.
Admission fee to the venue and 3-D images is 100 THB.
Admission fee to the venue  and Cabaret show is 150 THB.
Admission fee to the venue, 3-D images and cabaret show is 200 THB
Admission fee for foreign Nationality;
Admission fee to the venue and 3-D images is 200 THB.
Admission fee to the venue  and Cabaret show is 300 THB.
Admission fee to the venue, 3-D images and cabaret show is 350 THB

Viharnra Sien

(5 km)

At Viharn Sien you can feel the Chinese historial relationship with Thailand. A truly Thai Chinese arts and cultures come together in perfect harmony. Viharnra Sien often spelt Viharn Sien close to the Khao. Chee-Chan Sculptural image is this magnificent Temple/Museum taking four years to construct at a cost of 220 million baht and Inaugurated by His Majesty the King at a grand ceremony on December the 24th 1993 managed by the Anek Kusala Sala (Viharnra Sien) foundation. This outstanding 3 story structure is within the catchment area of the Royal Temple of Wat Yanasangwararam and built by the Thai-Chinese community in honour of His Majesty the King.

Sattahip Turtle Conservation

(17 km)

A source of knowledge on the biology of the sea turtle life cycle for the government agencies and other groups of visitors. The center also provides a lecture for the public and youth, VDO presentation and exhibitions. Visitors can admire the cuteness of the sea turtles in the nursery ponds. Its objective is to create love and the preservation awareness towards Thai sea turtles. The Center is open everyday from 8AM-5PM. Please contact in advance at the Air and Coastal Defense Command, Tel. 0 3843 1477ext.1035-6, 0 3824 5760, ext.066-3809 Sea Turtle Conservation Center located in Sattahip, Thailand. Our mission is to conserve, restore natural resources and the marine environment, as well as conserving Green Sea Turtles and Hawks bill Turtles. Free of charge. 

Wat Yan

(7.5 km)

Wat Yansangwararam (pronounced Wat Yana-sang-wara-ram) is located approximately 20km south of the seaside town of Pattaya. Enclosed in a huge 145 acre complex, Wat Yansangwararam is surrounded by clean gardens, massive lakes, and several different architectural styles of buildings, making it the perfect place to spend a day seeing the quieter side of Thailand.
The temple was built in 1976 to celebrate the Supreme Patriarch Somdej Phra Yanasangworn, who at the time was the current leader of the Thai Monastic Order.
Wat Yansangwararam is now dedicated in honor of the late Thai King, King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX).
There are many interesting things to see including pagodas and many unique architectural influences from India, Switzerland, China, Japan and Lanna Thai can be seen as you wander across the site. Inside the main complex, you can find a replica footprint of the Buddha, and a large stupa that contains a many relics from the Buddha.
Wat Yansangwararam draws in tourist and local with its mediation classes, it has even been dubbed as heaven on earth for those who enjoy practicing it. Classes are held daily and offer a range of different courses, suitable for everyone.
Wat Yansangwararam1“. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons.
When is the best time to visit?
If you hate crowds then Monday to Thursday are the best times to visit. Alternatively, if you enjoy crowds and festival activities, much like any temple in Thailand, it’s best to visit during various Buddhist holidays such as Songkran or Lat Krathong. Meditations classes held daily at 6am and 4pm. Remember to dress appropriately, no shorts or vests, or anything exposing too much skin.

HTMS Chakri Naruebet(19 km)

An offshore Patrol Helicopter Carrier anchored at the Chuk Samet Deep Seaport. His Majesty the King named the ship “Chakri Naruebet” meaning the Sovereign of the Chakri Dynasty. It was constructed in Spain in 1994. It is an 11-storey ship measuring 182 meters in length and 30.5 meters in width. It is equipped with modern weapons, as well as, long-range surveillance radar. The important missions during wartime are the Flagship of the fleet, controlling and commanding the fleet in the sea, as well as the aircraft carrier and air defense mission. It is open daily from 8AM-4PM. It is closed only on Wednesday from 8AM-12AM. It is free of charge. International visitors will have to write a letter to the Commander of the Royal Thai Fleet, Sattahip, Chonburi, 20180. For more information, Tel. 0 3843 8547-62 ext. HTMS Chakri Naruebet. 

Elephant Village (3 km)

At Khao Chee Chan, a few minutes from @ Mangoes is an Ecotourism attraction where you can train to be a mahout, Feed crocodiles, elephant trekking, Horse Carriage riding, Thai food cooking classes and have a Thai fruit buffet.
The Mahout training courses consist of Basic command program( 1 hour), mini Mahout training( 1.5 hour), Half day, one day or 3 day training. 

Upside-down House

(3 km)

Spend some time in the Amazing Labyrinth Maze, have a ride on the crazy bicycles, have a spin on the Gyroscope, visit the leaning castle, see the magic barrel and don't forget to visit the famous Upside-down house and be amazed.

Pattaya Floating Market

(16 km)

was opened to the public in November 2008.The area of Pattaya’s latest attraction which is situated on an approximately area of 100,000 square meters. It is divided into 4 separate parts, each with its own unique location, represents  the four regions of Thailand: Northern -, Central -, North-Eastern and Southern region and offering a special blend of differing traditions.
More than 80 paddle boats are on standby to ferry visitors around the compound  along many Thai style teak wood buildings, linked by a network of canals, bridges and a number of different sized islands with exotic plants and trees.The boat trip will slowly expose the richness of the surrounding architectural and cultural river side living. Water vendors moving with their paddle boats from dock to dock and offering their unique range of freshly cooked delicious traditional Thai dishes.
Pattaya Floating Market provides daily several cultural performances, native to the four regions of the country, like Thai classical dance, martial art demonstrations,as well as water boxing where the fighters perform on a horizontal slipery pole above the canal. Painters do show their artificial works, like umbrella and portrait painting.Pattaya Floating Market has recently provided Amphibian-boat rides, an agricultural rice field demonstration, authentic House-boats for home stay, and 10 mud-houses just right beside the rice field zone.
More than110 boutique-shops presenting wooden hand carvings, silks and cloth weaving, special Thai herbs and herbal products, many OTOP products and other native items from all over Thailand. The Nueng Siam Woodcarving Museum has on display rare pieces of crafted 200 years old teak and is home for the impressive and beautiful carved image of the elephant god Ganesha.
  • Pattaya Floating Market, the biggest man made floating market in the world, is located on the outskirts of Pattaya on Sukhumvit Road, on the way to Bang Saray and Sattahip. Easy access from Bangkok by Tour Service, public regular bus, taxi or coach.

Swiss Sheep Farm (3.2 km)

A great day out can be had with attractions such as an old French style market village with shops and restaurants, robot museum, archery, bucking bronco rides and see the farm animals such as Sheep, Alpacas, Ponies, Donkeys, Goats and Rabbits as well as ducks and Chickens.    

Khao Chee Chan Buddhist Image

(3 km)

One of Pattaya’s most noticeable landmarks is the 130 meters high Buddha Mountain. A huge golden Buddha image is depicted on the mountain, which is also called Khao Cheejan and can be seen from miles away.
The Buddha image that is officially called Phra Phuttha Maha Wachira Uttamopat Satsada was created in 1996 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s accession the the throne.
During the Vietnam War the Thai Army used Khao Cheejan mountain for its mining efforts. The stones were used at U-Tapao airport, which was at the time an American army base. After the war mining continued for construction purposes until 1976.

130 Meter tall Buddha image carved out of the rock

The Buddha image was carved out of the rock using laser technology. After that, it was inlaid with gold leaf, a process that took months to complete. The impressive Sukhothai era Buddha image is 130 meters high and 70 meters wide, making it one of the biggest Buddha images in the world.
Buddha Mountain, which is also called Khao Cheejan or Khao Chee Chan, is set in beautifully landscaped gardens. There is a number of salas (open pavilions) and pools filled with lotus flowers giving the place a tranquil and peaceful atmosphere.
There is also a number of shrines where Thai people come to pay homage. A number of signs in English language provide information about the history of the place.


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