Tickets to travel from Pattaya to destinations across Pattaya can be be purchased in advance online using the Search Box below.
Pattaya to Aranyaprathet (border with Cambodia)
Angkhor Wat in Cambodia
The border crossing to Cambodia near Aranyprathet is the closest border crossing point to Pattaya. This is a popular destination for foreign visitors wanting to exit Thailand to meet the visa requirements. The town on the Cambodia side of the side, Poipet, is also a connection point for onward travel to Siem Reap which is a lively town near to the Angkhor Wat temple complex.
Pattaya to Bangkok
Thailand’s National Museum in Bangkok
There are four ways to do the journey between Pattaya and Bangkok. 1. By taxi. 2. By minivan. 3. By bus. 4. By train. There is one train a day and it takes around 4 hours to do the journey, compared to around 2 hours by taxi or 3 hours by minivan or bus. The bus is the cheapest way to travel between Pattaya and Bangkok.
Pattaya to Hua Hin Ferry
Pattaya to Hua Hin ferry
It takes 5 hours 30 minutes by bus or minivan from Pattaya to Hua Hin and 4 hours 23 minutes by taxi. By the new Pattaya to Hua Hin ferry services the journey takes only 2 hours. The ferry leaves from a pier near the centre of Pattaya City and arrives at a pier 8.3 km from the centre of Hua Hin Town.
Pattaya to Koh Chang
Lighthouse in Koh Chang
The total journey time from Pattaya to Koh Chang bus station by minvan and ferry is around 5 hours. The first part of the journey is a 3 hour 30 minute road trip to a pier near Trat. From there it takes 45 minutes by ferry to Koh Chang Pier and then 10 minutes by road to the main bus station. The Burapha Bus Company offers a point to point service commencing from Pattaya city centre and ending at Koh Chang bus station.