Diana Garden Resort

209/112 M.6, North Pattaya Rd, Pattaya, 20150, Thailand
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  • Families100
  • Couples33
  • Solo50
  • Business50

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how to get from Bangkok

by izar

Other than by airplane what comfortable transportation is there from Bangkok to Pattaya.
Nice decent hotel with AC and near beach in Pattaya, around 50 $.
What is there to see in pattaya?

Re: how to get from Bangkok

by xaver

You can go by minibus it will cost about 300 baht depending on the agencies or by taxi/private card with driver which is more than 1500 baht.

Re: how to get from Bangkok

by dragonc

No flights from Bangkok to Pattaya.
Intercity buses leave every 30 minutes from two bus terminals; Ekkamai, next to Ekkamai skytrain station, and from Morchit Bus Station in Kamphengphet Road.

Re: how to get from Bangkok

by khunwilko

Cannot fly. - Do you mean from Bkk or Suvarnabhumi airport?

If so the simplest way is by taxi - about 1300 baht.1.5 hours+

there is a good bus service too.

from Bkk there is a slow train once a dat - about 3 hours.

Re: how to get from Bangkok

by johnaalex

Just to give you the correct name for the Bangkok airports. Don mUeang is the old airport and used to be called BKK but is now called DMK and caters for internal flights. Suvarnabhumi is the new International and Domestic airport and is known as BKK. There is no train service from BKK, but there is from DMK.

Best way from BKK to Pattaya is by taxi as the airport lies between Bangkok and Pattaya.



Re: how to get from Bangkok

by Teetie

If you go from Airport you can take taxi or bus, other choice if you stay in Bangkok you can take BTS to Victory Monument and then go to take van to Pattaya it's very easy.

In pattaya you can enjoy in many show such as Alangkarn Show, Alcazar Show, Elephant Village, etc.

hope you enjoy in pattaya :)

Re: how to get from Bangkok

by izar

Thanks to all, the replies have been an EXCELLENT source of information for our vacation next week.

Re: how to get from Bangkok

by khunwilko

PS - the slow train is from Bangkok city not the airport.

Re: how to get from Bangkok

by gaolei

Look at my Pattaya page for information on hotels I have found and like.

Remember Pattaya started as a fishing village. The US government made it an R&R center during the American war in Vietnam. They brought in the girls and opened the hotels. Now it is a sex tourist destination more than anything else. They are trying to change the image and bring in more families, and to some extent it is working, but it is hard to remove the thousands of bars and ten thousand girls who make a living there.

There are some nice places to stay there. If you want quiet, stay at the East Sea Resort. It is in North Pattaya (Nakula)in a quiet area. If you want noise and nightlife stay in South or Central Pattaya.

Car rentals are relatively cheap in Pattaya. You can rent a car and explore the coast down to the Cambodian border. This includes the islands (Kao)Samet and Chang. There is also a great resort in Rayong, one hour south of Pattaya. The name escapes me now, but a simple surch will turn it up. I don't recommend the motorcycles, unless you have a death wish.

Re: how to get from Bangkok

by gaolei

I just put a report on my Bangkok page about a private limo service from the airport, Bangkok and Pattaya. His limo is reasonable and safe.

Travel Tips for Pattaya

Beach Activities


One of the things Pattaya is famous about is water sports including Windsurfing banana boat rides
Water Skiing parasailing Snorkelling Scuba Diving and many more prices are depending on the season and your bargain skills

Great Live Music Bar

by trevndebs about THE BLUES FACTORY

Situated off of Walking Street, tucked down Soi Lucky Star ( just before The Big Tree )boasts the best live music in the whole city.

Lam Morrison, Thailand's superstar guitarist is guaranteed to give you a rockin' good time and comes on stage at about 10pm.

The live music starts at 8pm but don't rush to hear it unless you're a fan of Hammond Organs as Doctor Hammond plays with his fully restored organ in full view, without any embarrassment !

Drinks are usual price for a bar, t shirts are for sale at 300 Baht and no entrance fee.

Unusually, they have no bar girls to bug you either. Female partners are very welcome and can relax! Haha, are you serious??

SpicyThai Food

by YaaDong about Thai Thai

Thai Thai is kind of like a fast food Thai restaurant.The restaurant serves all the classic Thai dishes like green curry ,fried rice,tod mun (fish cakes) I like the different set menus that are easy ,quick and also cheap.For example Somtum,chicken & sticy rice set is about 49 baht.The restaurant is air-conditioned which is a plus because the food is spicy! Thai food set and good health fruit juices.

Beautiful Gardens

by amouramour

Nong Nooch is a beautiful garden where you can also enjoy Thai cultural performances,elephants' show and garden activities.First of all you can see the Thai show where you can enjoy traditional dances and Thai Box..after that you see the elephants' show.They are really cute..Elephants are riding bicycles,painting pictures,playing basketball:))And they are coming near you asking for bananas:))

Reflexology, oil and thai massage

by Pimilan

From the end of the 90's on every street you can found small institute that offer reflexology (foot massage) oil or thai massage. The price is around from 200 baht until 1000 bahts for luxury spa in hotels.


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