Travellers almost always visit Frost Magical Ice of Siam from Pattaya. Buy tickets, cheap by theme park standards, online or at the gate, or gain access with a variety of Thailand passes. Admission includes a warm coat for the duration of your visit and a modest fee for rental boots, socks, and gloves for you to keep. Some packages also include a drink in a glass of ice from the ice bar.
Because Frost Magical Ice of Siam is on the outskirts of Pattaya and off the main transportation routes, many travellers opt for a package that includes door-to-door round-trip transfers.
Things to Know Before You Go
- Frost Magical Ice of Siam is a good choice for Instagram users and families with children.
- Temperatures in the Ice Dome feel extremely cold after the tropical heat outside. Many travelers won’t last more than a few minutes.
- Coats are provided, but other layers cost more. Save money by wearing long pants, socks, and closed-toe shoes, and bring a sweater.
- Frost Magical Ice of Siam is not wheelchair accessible.
How to Get There
The location of Frost Magical Ice of Siam is about 16 kilometres (10 miles) northeast of the centre of Pattaya. There is no public transportation available, and it is away from the main songthaew (covered vehicle) routes in the Bang Lamung district. Most visitors will find it more convenient to use a private tour or driver to get around Pattaya’s congested traffic.
When to Get There
Frost Magical Ice of Siam is open from morning until late at night, seven days a week. The white sand sculptures outside the dome are best viewed after dark when illuminated by colored spotlights. The evening is also an excellent time to enjoy a drink from the ice bar. Families can visit here to beat the midday heat.
Thailand’s Love Affair with Ice Sculptures
Tropical Thailand might seem strange to make award-winning ice sculptures, but the country’s ice sculptors and snow carvers have won competitions as far away as Japan. Tropics at Snow Town theme park in Bangkok.
Witness the beautiful sculptures
The beautiful on-site sculptures, originally made of sand but painted white to give them an icy look, reflect Siamese art and architecture. The sculptures cover an area of approximately 30,000 square meters and are being built by a team of experienced Thai carpenters. The site has giant ice sculptures in the entire Asian belt, and each one is unique, combining elements of local and international artists. All these sculptures are magnificent and make the place worth visiting.
Tips To Visit Frost Magical Ice of Siam
- Because the area is icy, you should bring an extra set of warm clothes.
- Long trousers, a good pair of winter shoes and socks are recommended.
- Care should be taken when walking in the Ice Dome as the entire surface is made of ice, increasing the risk of falling.
- A winter coat to borrow is also available at the entrance and is included in the entrance fee.
- Younger children and people with breathing problems should be cautious in the area.
- After experiencing the cold weather in the dome, warm up your body with hot coffee or tea in the restaurant.