Approx. 2 hours (Show itself lasts 1hour 15mins)Start time
Alcazar Show: 6:30pm, 8:00pm and 9:30pm
Tiffany Show: 6:00pm, 7:30pm and 9:00pm
Complimentary transfer pick up will be 35-40 minutes before the show start time.
Duration: Approx. 2 hours (Show itself lasts 1hour 15mins)
Your hotel in Pattaya (Complimentary transfer).
Please mention your hotel name and address or flight details at the time of booking. If you do not have this information now, please contact the local activity operator 24 hours prior to the start of the tour with these details.
Your hotel in Pattaya
Tiffany’s and Alcazar Cabaret are Asia’s first truly transvestite cabaret shows and have been very popular for more than twenty years. Watch the grand costume dramas presented exclusively by cross-dressing men known as “Lady Men” or katoey.
Witness a concert featuring great music, graceful dance and elaborately dressed performers who take pride in the fact that they cannot be told apart from women. Both Tiffany and Alcazar seat over a thousand people and use state of the art light and sound technology.
Get ready to be dazzled by the riveting performances at the Alcazar and Tiffany transvestite cabaret shows while enjoying a delicious Thai dinner (Not included).
You will be picked up from your hotel in Pattaya and taken in either a coach or private air-conditioned vehicle (depending on the chosen option) to either the Alcazar or Tiffany Show, the world’s most popular transvestite cabaret shows. Enjoy the dazzling performances while tucking into some delicious Thai dinner in traditional setting.
In the Alcazar show, a bevy of professional entertainers or katoeys (lady-men) presents artistic impersonations through songs and tales of love and adventure with a fantastic sound and light show. It has often been said to be Asia’s equivalent of both Lido and the Moulin Rouge of Paris.
At Tiffany, the first ever truly transvestite cabaret show in South East Asia, over 100 professional performers entertain audiences in dazzling costumes.
At the end of the evening, you will be transferred back to your hotel in Pattaya.
Please call the tour operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour to reconfirm the departure details.
For coach tour, pick up time is 30 – 45 minutes before the start time
Pattaya hotels outside the City Centre area : Ambassador Jomtien, Botanic Resort and Pinnacle Jomtien / Golden Beach are subject to a surcharge of USD 11 per person per way payable directly
Guide also available in other languages with supplement charge payable directly
Please mention your chosen start time.
Available for Hotels in Pattaya City Centre only (North, Central and South Pattaya)
Supplement charge THB 300 net / person for hotel in Naklua, Cliff, Jomtien area upto Soi Chaiyapruk 1 only & etc.
Not available for any Guest House.
Not available for any Hotels located outskirt of Pattaya city i.e.. Naklua Road, Jomtien beach from Soi Chaiyapruk 1, Na Jomtien, Sattahip, Ban Amphur & etc.
Naklua Road : Chonchan Hotel, Bella Cabana Hotel & etc.
Jomtien from Soi Chaiyapruk1: Natural Park Resort, Anataya Resort, Sigma Resort & etc.
Na Jomtien : Pinnacle Grand Jomtien, Casuarina Jomtien, Ambassordor, Ravindra, Dor Shada & etc.
Sattahip & Ban Amphur : Botany Beach Resort, Ocean Marina, Sunset Park, Sunset Village, Sea Sand Sun & etc.
The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details and local telephone numbers at the destination. They will happily answer any logistical questions you may have
Minimum 2 passengers required for Coach tour
The tour experience was great .the car pickup was on time .We were given the best seats.there were no hassles .it was truly a worthwhile experience.I highly recommend it....
We were very happy with the experience in pattaya. But in Bangkok our pickup time was too early & we have to wait a long time for others. Otherwise tour was nice . In tiger...
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