Buses to Pattaya, Pattaya

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  • Shuttle Bus between Bangkok and Pattaya

    by takasan Written Sep 18, 2010

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    Tour Rabbit (thailand) offer Shuttle bus
    between bangkok (On nut) and pattaya.

    From Bangkok:
    On nut Market soi Sukhumvit 81, North side BTS On nut.
    From Pattaya:
    Opposite Golden Sea Hotel, soi Bua Khao Pattaya.

    Schedule
    from Bangkok(On nut) to Pattaya
    8:00
    9:30
    12:30
    14:30
    16:30
    19:00

    from Pattaya to Bangkok(On nut)
    10:00
    11:30
    14:30
    17:00
    19:00
    21:00

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    Bus to Pattaya

    by georeiser Updated May 6, 2010

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    Bus from Bangkok

    The most common way to get from Bangkok to Pattaya is by taking an air conditioned bus at the Eastern Bus Terminal on Sukhumvit road Soi 63, which is near the Ekkamai station. Buses goes every 30 minutes starting from 5:30 am to 11:30 pm everyday and cost 120 Bath.

    There are two other bus stations, the Northern Bus Terminal at Mochit with service between 5:20 and 11:20 pm. The Southern Bus Terminal at Khao San road has scheduled services at 8:30 am, 10:00 am, 12:00 pm, 2:00 pm, 4:00 pm and 6:30 pm. It costs approx 100 bath for air conditioned bus.

    Take a bus from the airport which leaves the airport every two hours. Tickets cost 106 Bath. The buses will drop you off at the bus station on North Pattaya road. From there you take your own taxi to find a hotel.

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    Bus from airport

    by Willettsworld Written Dec 20, 2009

    An easy way of getting to Pattaya from Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok is by bus. Bell Travel operate a bus from the terminal building to the northern bus station in Pattaya. This service also includes delivery/pick up to/from your hotel in the price of 200 baht. The departure time from the airport are:

    08:00, 10:00, 12:00, 14:00, 16:00, 18:00.

    The departure times from Pattaya are:

    06:00, 09:00, 11:00, 13:00, 15:00, 17:00, 19:00.

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    Rung Ruang Bus

    by YaaDong Updated Aug 19, 2009

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    Most buses from Bangkok to Pattaya operate from the Eastern Bus Terminal (Ekkamai). There is also a frequent service from the North / North-Eastern Bus Terminal at Mo Chit to Pattaya.
    Both services are run by the Roong Reuang Coach Company under contract to the national Transport Company Limited.
    From Ekkamai Eastern Bus Termanal or Mor Chit Northern Bus Termanal.The bus leaves every 30 minutes and the fare is around 90 -120 baht.It takes about one and a half or two hours depending on the traffic .The bus arrives at Pattaya Station on North Pattaya road.
    An alternative is the Southern bus station across the river.For people staying near the river or Khaosan road it is quicker to get too because the traffic in BKK.Bus leaves here for Pattaya every 2 hours 8:30 am,10:30am.........so make sure you get there on time .You don't want to be waiting two hours for the next bus.

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  • Taxi or bus to Pattaya from Airport

    by khunwilko Written Apr 22, 2009

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    Airport to Pattaya
    !.5 to 2 hours
    Price - about 1300 baht.
    agree the price before you set off
    You may be asked to pay m/way tolls - about 90 baht.

    DO NOT - allow a tout - even with ID - to get you a taxi - go out of arrivals and approach the tables set up outside.

    BELL buses do a good service but only through the day - google them for info.

    Pattaya to Airport costs about 800 to 1000 baht.

    this is the BELL service but it needs to be updated....

    Bell Buses –
    http://www.belltravelservice.com/
    Here's a detailed reply from Bell Travel Service Co., to my enquiry about buses from Suvarnabhumi airport to Pattaya, received in March 2008.

    "Our bus schedule from
    Suvarnabhumi airport to Pattaya is 8:00/10:00/12:00/14:00/16:00/18:00.
    The fare is 150 baht per person and it shall be paid to our staff on the bus. This includes company's transportation to most accommodation.

    At Suvarnabhumi airport, our staff will be waiting for you on Level 1, Gate#7 next to Tourist Police counter, holding a small sign of "Pattaya - Bell Travel Service". Then she will lead you to the bus which is parked right outside the terminal. Her contact number is +66(0)89-449-8843.

    We also provide service from Pattaya to Suvarnbhumi airport and hotels in dowtown Bangkok. The bus schdule is
    6:00/9:00/11:00/13:00/ 15:00/17:00/19:00.
    Only the 9:00, 13:00, and 17:00 buses have connecting transportation to hotels in Bangkok after stopping at Surarnbhumi airport.

    The fare is 150 baht/person from Pattaya to Suvarnabhumi airport and 300 baht/person from Pattaya to hotels in Bangkok. This includes pick-up and drop-off services from and to your hotels in both cities.

    All passengers need to reserve their seats in advance. It would be great if you can reserve your seats at least 7 days prior to your travel date.

    Please provide your name, number of seats to be reserved, date & time of your journey and your destination’s name. Then we will review whether it is in our service hours and service area then we will confirm your reservation as soon as possible.

    If you have planned for your return trip, you may reserve the seats at the same time.

    Bell Travel Service Co.,Ltd
    Tel. Bangkok Office: 02-747-4673, 02-747-4675
    Tel. Pattaya Office: 038-370-055, 038-370-056

    Suvarnabhumi airport:
    Contact number is +66(0)89-449-8843"

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    Bell Travel Service

    by STRATOS79 Updated Oct 1, 2008

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    There is a bus service that will take you in an air con bus straight to the airport or to Pattaya's northern bus terminal . This same bus can also be taken from the Pattaya northern bus terminal to the airport The Schedule is
    from the airport to Pattaya
    8:00
    10:00
    12:00
    14:00
    16:00
    18:00
    from Pattaya to the airport
    6:00
    9:00
    11:00
    13:00
    15:00
    17:00
    19:00

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  • Buses and Taxis to Pattaya

    by khunwilko Written Sep 25, 2008

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    Pattaya - Taxi and buses....

    Bell buses look to be good....these details from March 2008....
    Details of Taxis below.

    "Our bus schedule from Suvarnabhumi airport to Pattaya is 8:00/10:00/12:00/14:00/16:00/18:00. The fare is 150 baht per person and it shall be paid to our staff on the bus. This includes company's transportation to most accommodation.
    At Suvarnabhumi airport, our staff will be waiting for you on Level 1, Gate#7 next to Tourist Police counter, holding a small sign of "Pattaya - Bell Travel Service". Then she will lead you to the bus which is parked right outside the terminal. Her contact number is +66(0)89-449-8843.

    We also provide service from Pattaya to Suvarnabhumi airport and hotels in downtown Bangkok. The bus schedule is 6:00/9:00/11:00/13:00/ 15:00/17:00/19:00. Only the 9:00, 13:00, and 17:00 buses have connecting transportation to hotels in Bangkok after stopping at Suvarnabhumi airport.

    The fare is 150 baht/person from Pattaya to Suvarnabhumi airport and 300 baht/person from Pattaya to hotels in Bangkok. This includes pick-up and drop-off services from and to your hotels in both cities.

    All passengers need to reserve their seats in advance. It would be great if you can reserve your seats at least 7 days prior to your travel date.

    Please provide your name, number of seats to be reserved, date & time of your journey and your destination’s name. Then we will review whether it is in our service hours and service area then we will confirm your reservation as soon as possible.

    If you have planned for your return trip, you may reserve the seats at the same time.

    Bell Travel Service Co., Ltd
    Tel. Bangkok Office: 02-747-4673, 02-747-4675
    Tel. Pattaya Office: 038-370-055, 038-370-056

    Suvarnabhumi airport:
    Contact number is +66(0)89-449-8843"

    TAXI......

    The taxi fare should be about 1300 - it can be more or less....a friend did it for 1000 a fortnight ago. You can negotiate a little.

    Agree on the price BEFORE you set off...they won’t use a meter.

    Ask if the price includes motorway tolls - (about 60 to 90 baht) - pay these you if you like at the toll booths.

    Taxis are available 24/7

    DON"T let a TOUT get you a taxi when you walk out into the arrivals hall.

    Get a taxi from a table or kiosk outside.

    Taxis are convenient as they take you to your hotel and you don't have to change transport and move luggage on arriving at Pattaya....Bell offer a free shuttle to your hotel...but if you want to save time - use a taxi.

    The return fare from Pattaya to Suvarnabhumi Airport is usually less - about 800 baht.....maybe a 1000.

    With ALL taxis/limos, check the vehicle...you don't want a very old (15/20yrs) vehicle. The taxis have a sign on the roof saying "TAXI METER" and the limos (official ones) have GREEN number plates.

    Anything else is a bit dodgy - take it at your own risk.

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    Busses to Pattaya from Bangkok

    by kenningst Written Sep 15, 2008

    Get to Ekkamai Eastern Bus Termanal or Mor Chit Northern Bus Termanal in Bangkok. There are 2 types of bus to Pattaya. One goes direct to Pattaya (Express) and the other goes into the rural town areas. The former is more expensive (only less than 50 bht more) but saves you about 1 hour and the latter cheaper but takes longer. The bus arrives at Pattaya Station on North Pattaya road.From here there are many Songthaew taxi that will take you to where you want to go.The fare to Beach Road is 20 baht for locals but they will charge visitor 40 baht or up to 150 baht. So, please do not get ripped off.

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  • Bus from Pattaya to Bangkok

    by Dhomer Written Sep 14, 2008

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    A person can ride the bus to and from Pattaya to Bangkok Monday thru Sunday from 7:00 am to 9:00 pm. I personally ride my motorbike to the Pattaya Bus Terminal, park it for 30 baht per day in a security watched parking lot, and ride the bus to Bangkok for 128 baht each way. This information is current as of September 15, 2008.

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    Deluxe Coach

    by SengQuee Updated Aug 16, 2008
    Bangkok-Pattaya Deluxe Coach
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    The Roong Reuang Coach Co Ltd offer trips to Pattaya from Bangkok for about 10 times a day.

    Ticket costs only 137 Bath per person. The journey take about 2-2.5 hours from Bangkok's Morchit Bus Terminal.

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    Bangkok Airport to Pattaya

    by BorneoGrrl Written Apr 25, 2006

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    Once you land in Bangkok, you can go to Pattaya from the airport on the bus for under USD10. No hassle. The ticket counter is right beside all the counters in the arrival hall. The coach will stop in the middle of Pattaya town and you can go to your hotel in a taxi or tuk-tuk

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    Roong Reung Coach

    by Pomska Written Aug 7, 2005

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    From Bangkok use the air-conditioned buses leaving from Bangkok's Ekamai Bus terminal and arriving Pattaya North Road.

    The fare is Bt90 per passenger and buses leave every 30 minutes daily from 5.30am until 9pm.

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    Bus To Pattaya

    by Wann Updated May 14, 2005

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    Eastern Bus Terminal

    You can take bus to Pattaya from both Terminal in Bangkok ; Eastern Bus Terminal (Akkamai) or Mochit Bus Terminal. Many buses leave from Bangkok daily and some ride through Chonburi Province and some just faster ride through The Motorway. Sorry I can’t remember the ticket fare but it's cheap. When you arrive at Pattaya bus terminal, must to take local bus there to central of the city.

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    Bus from Bangkok to Pattaya

    by Travel2write Written May 9, 2005

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    To and From Bangkok
    Pattaya can be reached by air conditioned coach from Ekamai Bus terminal (Ekamai Skytrain Station) for 90 Baht, from Morchit bus terminal or directly from Bangkok International Airport. The ride is about 2.5 hours and is available every 30 minutes from 06:00 till 23:00. Buses back to Bangkok leave until 20:00. Advance reservation is not necessary.

    Taxis from Bangkok will often agree to take passengers to Pattaya for a negotiated price of around 1,200 Baht. There is also daily rail service, and a number of companies offer inexpensive door-to-door transport via shared minibus or vans.

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    A Bus to Pattaya

    by Arjaree Updated Oct 12, 2004

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    You can take a bus from Bangkok to Pattaya at Ekkamai Station. To go to Ekkamai Station, you can easily take the BTS skytrain to Ekkamai.

    For the weekend, you should get to the station early or else you have to wait for an hour or more till your turn for the bus.

    Last time I went there around 9am and I had to wait for the 11.30am bus.

    Anyway, there is a bus every 30 mins. Don't bother to call the station to book, the lines are always busy.

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  • Jul 12, 2013 at 1:16 AM

    We took their service from pattaya to Bangkok and booked ticket Online. Our hotel in Bangkok was not on their list so we call them and they advised us to select near mall online but they agreed they will drop us to our hotel. We were traveling with 15 months baby but when we reached Bangkok driver didnt listened to us and dropped us on road with toddler, 2 big luggage, 3 handbags and one stroller. How inhuman can someone be. Later when we got accustomed to a place, or hotel was just 200 ms from the place he dropped us. Please dont use their service if you are travelling with family.

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