Three Kingdoms Park
This Chinese park was built by a Chinese-Thai businessman who want to create a place to show the long history of Chinese descendants who felt grateful to the Kings and Thailand that gave them opportunities to establish their business. It was built with fantastic Chinese architectural under the feng shui rules with the theme of Chinese great literature Three Kingdoms which were depicted on wall paintings along the beautiful hallway. There is a marble statue of Guan Yin (great Chinese goddess) which stand tall 4 metres. Opening hours: 08.30 a.m.-05.30 p.m. Admission: 150 baht for adult, 50 baht for children Contact: 0 3842 1428-9, 09 5251 5282, 09 5948 0398, 09 5205 0656, Fax: 0 3842 1428 www.threekingdomspark.com, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Getting there: From Pattaya, take Highway No.3 until reaching Soi Sukhumvit-Pattaya 53 then turn left into it until reaching the Mabprachan Reservoir. The Three Kingdoms Park is next to Horseshoe Point.