The first transvestite show in Southeast Asia called “Tiffany’s Show” happened in Pattaya in 1974. Only three actors participated in the performance which took place in a tiny rent room. Nowadays, it’s a worldwide renowned show performing in the elegant building of the theatre which can seat up to 1000 spectators. Several dozens of actors participate in the bewitching performance. The doors of the cabaret-show Tiffany are open for the guest daily. The performances start three times per evening at 18:00, 19:30 и 21:00. You can buy tickets to the show almost everywhere. For example, at the reception at any of the hotels in Pattaya.
Unique parts of the fascinating show
There’s no vulgarity in Tiffany's Show Pattaya. That’s why do not only hesitate to attend such a transformation-show and check out the acting of the participants. In 2001, the show became the 4th most popular performance in the world according to Travel.сom magazine. Maybe, the Parisian Moulin Rouge and two shows in Las Vegas are better. But in Pattaya, Tiffany’s show is definitely number one.
Today, the theatrical show is divided into four productions:
- the story of the Siamese Kingdom - “Memoirs about ourselves”;
- the story about the Chinese Emperor - “The Last Emperor”;
- the arrangement of the “Funny Girl” musical - “Girls for any season”;
- unique scenes to jazz music - “It’s too hot!”.
Each part is a separate and complete story. After the play is finished, the actors to meet their audience and it’s your only chance to take a picture with them. Their beauty and slenderness impress even the most skeptical and critical spectators.
Important information for visitors
Address: 464 หมู่ที่ 9 Pattayasaisong Rd, Muang Pattaya, Amphoe Bang Lamung, Chang Wat Chon Buri
Ticket price: starting at 780 to 1000 Bahts (depending on your seat)
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