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Tuesday, May 22, 2012

NongNooch Paradise Pattaya

Welcome to NongNooch Paradise Pattaya, Tropical Garden Thailand.

I just visits an interesting paradise garden in Thailand recently. If you are looking for THINGS TO DO in Thailand or Pattaya, NongNooch is a world renowned adventure park. With a sight seeing list of famous ELEPHANT SHOW and THAI CULTURAL SHOWS, MINI ZOO, SPORTS CAR COLLECTION, BUSINESS CONFERENCE FACILITY, SCHOOL EDUCATION along with the biggest and most beautiful BOTANICAL GARDENS in SE Asia.
34/1 Moo 7 Na Jomtien, Sattahip, Chonburi 20250,

Tel :  +66 2 252 1786, +66 2 251 2161
Email nongnooch BANGKOK OFFICE
Tel :  +66 2 252 1786, +66 2 251 2161
Fax : +66 2 252 9975     PATTAYA OFFICE

NongNooch is world renowned for its impressive Elephant and Thai Cultural Shows, along with what is largely considered the biggest and most beautiful botanical garden in Southeast Asia. The garden is constantly developing and evolving, creating new interests for our loyal members and returning guests. Nong Nooch garden is 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.
Spend a weekend with the family at our lakeside resort, with complimentary entry. Dine at a variety of our restaurants catering for all cuisine choices or enjoy our cafes; all for your convenience.

Come and visit us at NongNooch Garden, it's an experience you'll never forget.
At NongNooch, find a wide variety of gardens inspired from all over the world. Including traditional Asian tropical gardens, the incredible Cactus Garden to French and Roman gardens. Our gardens are constantly updating, with new ideas, new plants, new formations. We promise you will not visit the garden any 2 times and not notice new additions to the gardens.
They are the perfect backdrop to this tropical wonderland, see our many styles of garden to the right. Or see our amazing virtual tour follow the link below.


NongNooch French garden
The original garden developed at NongNooch, inspired by the numerous trips to Europe and realised with a passion to recreate such wonders in Thailand. There is not a better example of combined cultures with the French garden falling to the backdrop of Thai temples.

NongNooch European garden
Another combination and recreation of the inspired European style gardens is seen here. From French, Greek and Italian sculptures and a delicate touch to style these gardens lets anyone feel like they are just for a moment walking through amazing European gardens.

NongNooch Butterfly garden
Another testimate to the creative minds of NongNooch landscaping. This garden exists on rolling slopes and intricately designed patterns to symbolise the nature of a butterfly.

NongNooch Umbrella garden
The vibrant colour jumps out in red and gold through the natural greens of the palms and cycads. With the giant ants you will feel like you stepped in to another world.

NongNooch Cactus garden
You will forget where you are as you stroll through the amazing Cactus garden. With species reaching from all over the world and some of the only successfully grafted Cacti known to man– come and see our ground breaking display, but try not to get too close! OUCH!

NongNooch Grove garden
Sometimes you will feel as though you are in a fairytale wonderland. So many shapes and colours that seem almost surreal to the everyday life. The Grove garden is yet another of these.

NongNooch Orchid garden
Showcasing one of the largest collections of Orchids in Thailand.NongNooch takes delicate care of it's flowers and makes sure you will always see a exquisite orchid collection in full bloom.

NongNooch Vase garden
See our incredible pottery sculptures. What's more is all of the pottery is made in the traditional thai style over a flame oven.

Pineapple garden
A beautiful arrangement of colourful plants, vases and fountains.

NongNooch Silver garden
Sporting the world's largest collection of palms and cycads, see and learn just how amazing these plants are. From some of the rarestand hard to grow speciesto some of the only remaining of their kind on earth.

I recommend all friends to visit this beautiful paradise garden here!

M Anem
NongNooch Paradise Garden,
Pattaya, Thailand.
(22 JamadilAkhir 1433H)

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