Categorized | Around Pattaya

The Colosseum Pattaya

Posted on 31 December 2014 by ABPC

The recently opened Colosseum Cabaret Show located on Threprassit Road in Jomtien is the largest ladyboy (transvestite) show in the whole of Asia with a seated capacity of over 1000, 350 of which are classed as VIP seats. All of the seats are located in a semi circle to ensure that all visitors have an unobstructed view. The Colosseum is well located in Jomtien so there is easy access to theatre especially for visitors coming from out of town.  The Colosseum, needless to say is designed to look like the Colosseum in Rome and came in at a cost of around THB400 million.


The show itself describes itself as ‘glitzy and glamorous’ with spectacular costumes are well choreographed dance routines.  The Colosseum Show’s vision is clear and that is to be an innovative, world class and a unique cabaret show with the aim of complimenting the huge, world class arena.  The venue prides itself on having well trained, quality staff who see customer service as a priority as well as having and professional performers that support their slogan ‘Leader of Modern Cabaret Show.’


Tickets are available around the town from travel agents, hotels as well as freelance guides who are in a position to offer you significant discounts on the already very reasonably priced tickets.  There are 3 shows daily.  These start at 18:00, 19:30 with a final show commencing at 21:00.

A lot of thought has gone into the facilities to ensure that the Colosseum really is an industry leader.  The venue provides wheel chair support for the disabled, as well as lifts, ramps and escalators. The location offers a cafeteria, bar lounges as well as tour guide and VIP rooms.  VIP seats start at just THB1000.


If you are concerned about how you will get to the Colosseum transport is available for anyone staying inside Pattaya which they deem to be “Sukhumvit Road – Between Banglamung police station and Ambassador Hotel”.  The charge for this is a mere THB100 per person.  For anyone living further a field, transport is still available but with a small additional cost

If you are travelling by car, ample parking is available both in and around the Colosseum with room for 450 vehicles on the 17 acres of land surrounding the project, so this really shouldn’t be an issue and gives the Colosseum a large advantage over some of the other shows around the town.

Leave a Reply

Advertise Here
Advertise Here