Trains between Pattaya and Bangkok provide an economical but interesting journey. The service is available only on weekdays, from Monday to Friday and the one-way fare costs around 31 Baht. The train service cannot be pre-booked and tickets are available from the train stations.
Another third class rail service is available between Sattahip and Pattaya. Visitors need to get off at Highway 3 and complete the journey to the airport by bus or “songthaew”. The service is available only on weekdays. The journey takes about 50 minutes and costs around 6 Baht.
At the east of Sukhumvit Road, two train stations are located in Pattaya. The Pattaya Train Station is the most popular one. A Baht Bus service ferries train passengers to destinations in the Pattaya Beach area. A motorbike taxi can also be availed from Beach Road.
The Pattaya Tai Train Station is located near the Sukhumvit - Thepprasit Road and has no ticket office. Passengers are allowed to board first and then pay in the train.
What are the places we can cover in Pattaya during a 3 day stay? Also give suggestions about the chief attractions there. I don't want to go to the beach. I will be going to the beach for a day but what are the other options from the beach?
I am visiting Pattaya next month. I want to have in a relaxing holiday so i thought of going there and going to a spa, so please tell me any good spa's you have been to when u had been to Pattaya. And Which are the places to visit in pattaya?
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