Sukhawadee House is a mansion by the Pattaya Sea owned by Mr. Panya Chotitawan, the owner of Saha Farm, one of the biggest agricultural product exporters of Thailand. The idea of building the house occurred in 2000 when it was a huge economic crisis. Many businesses in Thailand, from small to big, collapsed and were taken over by foreign companies. Mr. Panya, therefore, decided to build this luxurious castle with over a hundred people working together in unity. This was to show that Thai people were still in harmony and had potential and dignity no less than other nations.
Main Building & Goddess of Mercy
The Building was built in 2000 and now is the residence of the Chotitawan Family. The roof-deck enshrines the precious gemstone decorated image of the Goddess of Mercy standing on the Dragon. The Family has much respect for her holiness and worships her with golden lotuses.
The tower is a collection of all the Buddha images and other holy images, which are esteemed by the Family. There is an image of the Lord Buddha at birth. It is 9.28 meters tall, with the right hand of Lord Buddha pointing up to the sky and his left hand pointing down to the earth. This symbol hint at a very useful Dharma puzzle and several of the truths of Dharma.
Buddha Baramee Convention Hall
The construction of this building started in 2003 by using the fabric of the Conference Building. It took one year to finish the construction and another 30 days to complete the interior decoration. This building was completed by the love and harmony of 2,700 people working together and has been honored to welcome several important people and to host many of the country's prestigious events. Moreover, this place is whereof God Buddha's Relics has been locating.
Restaurant and Shows
You can enjoy tasteful buffet meals available at the Open Hall which offer lunch and dinner along with fabulous shows from the Sukhawadee performance team.