Pattaya Jungle Bungy Jump - Thailand
Its in the news. Pick up a Pattaya guide and follow the map of Pattaya to Thailand's best bungy jump.
Located near Jomtien Beach 15 minutes drive from Pattaya - Thailand's most popular
holiday resort. People are attracted to Pattaya mainly for the amazing nightlife which
includes more than 1500 beer bars and the beautiful Thai girls that work
in them. In addition to the beer bars there are the popular Thai style gogo
bars whose fabulous neon signs line the central streets. The exotic mix of Thai
and western music together with the thousands of beautiful girls attract vistors
from all over the world. However, during the daytime after a hard night of partying
people can enjoy a different type of excitement. Pattaya has many healthy sights
and activities to enjoy and if its excitement you want then head to Jomtien Beach
only 15 minutes drive from the centre of Pattaya to the Jungle Bungy Jump. Located
next to the pretty Jomtien Fishing Lake our custom built bungy tower rises 165
feet into the sky. Ride the lift to the top and get one of the best views of
Pattaya and Jomtien Beach available. Located in a typically Thailand tropical
setting its the perfect place to have the experience that will change your life.
Jungle Bungy Jump is undoubtedly the premier adreneline tourist attraction in
Pattaya or Thailand. And if thrills are not for you, you can just relax in our
beautiful garden bar and watch - it is almost as much fun and you will never
be pressured to bungy jump. Pattaya Jungle Bungy Jump is only a 10 minute stroll
from Jomtien Beach, the best beach in Pattaya. However, it is also easily reached
by tuk tuk from the centre of Pattaya city being only a 15 minute ride.
Pattaya is the busiest beach holiday resort in Thailand. Only a 2 hour drive
from Bangkok. To get to Pattaya from Bangkok just follow Sukhumvit Road south
which runs all the way to Pattaya. By the way, bungy is not a spelling error.
Bungee is the original spelling but in New Zealand where the activity has been
developed commercially for the rest of the world, the spelling was changed from
bungee to bungy. This change also signified a change in the style of cord : a
bungy cord was more elastic and and provided more bounce with less body strain
than a bungee cord. So all jump sites in New Zealand are bungy jump rather bungee