Upside Down Pattaya: A Fun Place to Visit in Bangsaray175
BY The Bear Travelers

Upside Down Pattaya: A Fun Place to Visit in Bangsaray

With so many top-notch Pattaya attractions in Bangsaray, it is a great place to visit for a few hours to relax in the countryside. People think that the world we are living in is upside down. We’re sure they mean that in a metaphorical sense. 

However, if you want a fully immersive ‘upside down’ experience, we suggest you visit the unique Upside Down Pattaya attraction in Bangsaray. Its location is near the Swiss Sheep Farm, which is ideal for visiting both simultaneously. 

Not only is this the only ‘upside down park’ in Thailand, but the world! So, what are you waiting for? Continue reading to check it out.


The Bear Travel  Fun Fact!

Prepare to get your life upside down literally, as everything, including the house structure, is also built upside down here. There are giant chairs and bicycles. This place has no entry fee for children.



An Upside Down Experience

Upside Down Pattaya is a two-story house that is literally upside down. Not only is the entire exterior of the home built upside down with the roof stuck in the ground, but everything inside the house is what you would expect from an average but upside down. All the floors inside are built to strange angles, which can disorientate. The furniture is in its usual place but upside down. It really can be confusing and discombobulating for the senses. 

The only issue is that the prices for Thais are 180 THB per person and 200 THB for Westerners. It's free for the kids. Although double-tier pricing is in place, it’s only 20 THB different, which seems pretty strange. 


The Bear Travel   Did You Know?

There are over 17 top tourist destinations within 5 miles of this place, some of which are Buddha Mountain, Ramayana Water Park, Ban Amphur Beach, and many more.



How to Visit the Upside Down Pattaya?

The Bangsaray area is perfect for those who want a beautiful place to cycle because of the vast countryside areas in Bangsaray. Alternatively, take Sukhumvit Road towards Rayong if you drive from downtown Pattaya. 

It will take approximately 30 minutes to see the unmistakable Cartoon Network Amazone Water Park (currently Columbia Pictures Aquaverse Water and Theme Park) and Nong Nooch Gardens. From here, you will see Silverlake Vineyard and Buddha Mountain signposted. Head towards Silverlake, and you will see signs of the Swiss Sheep Farm Pattaya. Take a full day to discover the Bangsaray area, and you will have a fun and exciting time. 


The Bear Travel   Trivia!

Not only is this Upside Down Park in Thailand, but the entire world.




Map & More Information


Upside Down Pattaya is a fun place to visit in Bangsaray. You can have a fantastic photo opportunity to give an illusion of standing on a roof as everything here is built upside down. There is no entry fee for children as well.



Thai Citizens: 180 Thai Baht for Adults  |  Free for Children

Foreigners: 200 Thai Baht for Adults  |  Free for Children

Business Hours

10.00 – 18.00 hrs  |  Monday – Sunday

Business Address

19/32 Moo 7, Najomtien, Sattahip, Chon Buri 20250

Contact Number

+66 (0) 90 201 0701

Email Address

Facebook Page



12.7716662, 100.9480703



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