Amari Nova Suites

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

254 Moo 9 Soi Petchtrakool, Pattaya, 20260, Thailand
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best way to reach pattaya

by vishig

what is the best way to reach pattaya from suvarnabhoomi?

cab / prepaid cab / bus ...what r the options available and what is the cost

Re: best way to reach pattaya

by xymmot

If you get there during the day, you can take the airport bus for about 120baht, if you arrive late, past 11pm take a taxi and it is about 1400 bahts.Prepaid cabs are more expensive,

Re: best way to reach pattaya

by SirHalberd

Your transportation depends on the time you arrive. If you arrive late at night you have fewer options.

During the day to early evening hours you have a couple bus options.

One of the options is Bell Travel. They operate a transportation service that takes you by bus from the Suvarnabhumi to the bus terminal on North Pattaya Road. From there they deliver you by van to your hotel. You need to reserve this service ahead of time. Bell travel posts are available using the search function.

http://www.belltravelservice.com/

A second bus is "Bus 389" which leaves from the terminal and from the little bus station at the airport. This bus takes you to Pattaya and will drop you off on Sukhumvit Road (Pattaya) and you take a baht bus from there to your hotel. I used this bus just a month ago, they will drop off where North Pattaya Road and Central meet Sukhumvit. This bus ends up in Jomtien.

http://airportpattayabus.com/Home_Page.html

So, what time do you arrive at the airport? If you arrive after 10 PM you could stay in Bangkok and then in the morning use a bus from the Ekamai bus terminal. If you arrive real late at night or early morning you can just wait your time at the airport until 7 A.M. until the first bus leaves.

You can take a taxi at any time you want. Several people sharing the cost of a taxi ride makes that ride reasonably priced. You can even take a taxi to Ekamai bus terminal and get the last bus from there to Pattaya that leaves at 11 PM.

http://www.pattayabus.com/en/route_schedule.htm

The Airport Express bus does not go to Pattaya, it will take you into Bangkok. Also, it does pass by the Ekamai Bus Terminal too. Bus 552 leaves from the airport bus terminal and can drop you off at the On Nut Skytrain stop and you take that Skytrain to Ekamai Bus Terminal. (No Skytrain after midnight.) Bus 552 is only 35 baht and will take at least an hour.

http://www.bangkokairportonline.com/node/55

Good luck.

Re: best way to reach pattaya

by gaolei

I usually get to BKK at night, but after 30 hours flying to thailand, I just want someone to drive me to the hotel as quickly as possible. I had very good luck with Pattaya Taxi. You send a request by email and they send a car to the airport. The driver stands near the #3 or 4 exit with your name on a sign. He will get you to Pattaya in 1 hour and 1/2 or less, and pay parking and tolls for a garanteed 1100 Baht total cost. I always tip good driver performance. My report is here:
http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/1e4db/161f12/9/

Re: best way to reach pattaya

by vishig

Thanx guys..appreciate all responses

i have booked my seats on the bell travel service bus..

cheers
vishi

Re: best way to reach pattaya

by xymmot

bell travel bus is the best, goes door to door but has set times during the day only

Travel Tips for Pattaya

parrots

by Aurorae

With a lovely parrot. There are many in Pattaya. Pity that it's in captivity, but he is at least more free than those in cages. He can talk (but I don't speak Thai! :))))
Actually, he COULD talk, it hs been 11 years now, who knows if he is still alive... He was also very friendly, like Thai people! :) Or maybe I love animals too much?!

Where it's at

by BorneoGrrl about Walking Street

Walking Street is quite similar to Bangla Street in Phuket. Be assured that there will be many people crowding the streets, especially the "working girls" who call you to go into their bars to spend lots of Bahts on drinks & them. There is an area I went to with plenty of bars under one roof where you can watch staged kick boxing matches. The street is closed between 7pm and midnight so you can survey the area slowly, watch people and try out some local food. Have an open mind when you come here because some of the activities may stun you, especially for someone like me.

Rent a bike

by filipdebont

If you are a bike lover, there are plenty of places where you can rent a bike.

To rent a bike in Pattaya you need a driver's license.

The price is about 500 Baht a day. It is obliged to wear a helmet.

But be careful, as you are not insured. Anyway I heard different stories of people which had an accident, which you as a foreigner must always pay for the damage. (Even if you did not caused it).

Also traffic is kind of wild here, as I walked along Beach Rd or Second Rd, I did see several accidents with these bikes.

So, these bikes that is nothing for me, I do not want to spend my holidays in Pattaya in the local hospital.

Avoid Sri Racha Tiger Zoo!!!

by khunwilko

This place would have been shut down years ago in the West........it exploits animals and they were responsible for the death of several (was it 23 or 53?) tigers by feeding them contaminated chickens.
The place is a disgrace, the philosophy behind it and the conditions the animals are kept in...I can't think why anyone would enjoy going to a torurous place like that...there should be a campaign to close it down.

NONG NOOCH TROPICAL GARDEN

by STRATOS79

Nong Nooch is one of the largest and beautiful garden in Asia and has become a very famous tourist attraction with 2 live shows every day five different garden also holds the largest variety of Orchids There are also two restaurants, a small zoo and a hotel .

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Address: 254 Moo 9 Soi Petchtrakool, Pattaya, 20260, Thailand