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This vibrant seaside city is is located only two hours drive from Bangkok. This makes the area easily accessible with taxis, luxury coaches and VIP taxi vans traveling the route several times daily. If you do not wish to be troubled about how to get to Pattaya and frustrate your self with the boring task of arranging transport and negotiating taxi fees, then you have arrived at the right place. Our team will take care of business in no time and arrange transfers to Pattaya from any location in Thailand in air-conditioned comfort. No matter the size of your group, simply contact us with your requirements and we will do the rest. This way our clients are sure their transportation is taken care of by professionals and smiling staff will be waiting for them on time every time to whisk them away to one of our luxury resorts in Pattaya. Should you however wish to make your transfers part if the adventure, here are a few pointers.

Luxury Buses

Luxury air-conditioned coaches leave from Bangkok’s eastern Ekkamai bus terminal, northern Mo Chit terminal and southern bus terminal on Borommmarat Chonnani road several times daily. You can purchase your ticket from a multitude of tour operators in Bangkok or at the bus terminal itself.

Taxi Vans

Several taxi van terminals are located in Bangkok. The easiest to reach for most tourists are located next to Victory monument sky train station. If you traveled here by sky train, simply walk toward the monument until you reach the end of the sky train walk way and follow the steps down to a small market below the bridge. You will notice the taxi vans in a street just behind the market and can buy your ticket right there. Taxis take on passengers on a first come first serve basis.

By Train

The State Railway of Thailand travels the route from Bangkok’s Hua Lamphong Train Station. Trains leave at 06:30 - 06:55 am on week days only. Travel time is approximately 3 to 4 hours.

Renting a Car

Travel along the Bangna-Trat Highway via Bang Pakong, Chon Buri and Sri Racha. Alternatively you can also take the new Highway 36, Chonburi option. If you have never before traveled by car in Bangkok, we strongly suggest you utilize a GPS.

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