The Bottle Art Museum is a popular attraction in Pattaya City and is worth a visit when sight-seeing around the Jomtien Beach area. Being the only museum of its kind in the world, the Bottle Art Museum houses over 300 bottles of all shapes and sizes - intricately-designed and detailed. Visitors will be able to see various models of boats, houses and landmarks ranging from the windmills in Holland to the distinct architecture of the Japanese pagodas. The exhibits are housed in three sections and also houses a small gift shop and snack bar for visitors. Weekly art lessons are also provided by the museum for those who want to learn the basics on how to create such elegant models. Several other attractions are also located in the vicinity of the museum, making it a convenient place to visit while sight-seeing in the area.
11:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Around 30 minutes
Adults, Families, Young Adults, Senior Guests, Children
The landmark bottles
Muslim travellers who wish to visit a mosque in the area during prayer times may visit some of the mosques in Pattaya city. Some of the most prominent mosques in Pattaya city include the Darul Ibadah Masjid - which is the main mosque in Pattaya - as well as other mosques such as Yamirul Islam Mosque, Hidayatussaligeen Mosque, Darul Abaro Mosque and Hanwarissunnah Mosque.
Though a snack bar is available at the Bottle Art Museum, it is recommended that you enquire about the availability of Halal food prior to buying anything. Muslim travellers will be offered plenty of Halal food options at the Halal restaurants in town such as the Pardis, Palace, Ali Food & Drinks, Maharaja, Indian Curry Hut and Abo Abdullah which are some of the popular spots in the city.