Blue Baht Bus
If you’ve been to Pattaya, you’ll be familiar with the dark blue baht buses that run 24/7 in the central locations. Otherwise referred to as a sorngthaew (2 rows), a baht bus is a pickup truck transformed to hold 10 passengers on two bench seats.
There’s a baht bus every few minutes during the day and up until the night life winds down, around 3 am. The fare is 10 baht for any of the basic routes in the Pattaya area. You can also rent a baht bus as a taxi, if you have to travel off the routine course. Be sure to work out the fare before you climb in the back!
Numerous visitors do not venture far from Pattaya’s main site, due to the fact that if you’re right here for the beach, the wonderful meals and the nightlife, there’s plenty to keep you entertained simply steps away from your hotel. If you should take a trip further far from town, there are several other baht bus routes you may discover useful.
White Baht Bus
There’s the white baht buses that travel up and down Sukhumvit, the arterial roadway, that runs all the way from Bangkok to Pattaya, and southern to Sattahip, then east along the coastline. The white baht buses travel from Naklua at the northern end of Pattaya City to Sattahip in the South, house of the Thai Navy.
There’s lots of locations worth checking out along Sukhumvit If you want to see an outlet mall along Sukhumvit, or one of the tourist attractions, like Underwater World Pattaya, then get on a white baht bus, and ring the bell when it’s time to obtain off!
You can also check out a few of the beautiful beaches along the coastline, southern of Jomtien. There’s Bang Sare, the fishing village and beach resort, with peaceful beaches where you can delight in freshly caught sea meals at one of the Sea Food dining establishments right alongside the beach.
Away you can see the Koh Khram, an uninhabited island, with lovely white sand beaches and beautiful reefs, a terrific location for snorkeling enthusiasts.
Red Baht Bus
The Red baht buses travel along east-west along Soi Nern Plub Wan, starting from Sukhumvit then to Soi Siam Country club. This is where you’ll discover fresh grocery store, an abundance of road meals stands, the Siriporn Orchid Farm and a wonderful Temple, Wat Suttawat. The east side of Sukhumvit is the suburb called the Dark side. There’s great deals of places of interest below like the Crocodile ranch, the Elephant town, Pattaya Floating Market, Nong Nooch Tropical Gardens and Mini Siam, that has replicas of 100 sacred places and historical sites in Thailand.
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