Imagine you have just landed in Bangkok airport.
You want to start a trip right away. Pattaya Express suggests to take advantage of Fast Track.
From 09:00 till 06:00 PM daily.
Underwater World demonstrates marine fauna and flora. It was constructed over ten years ago. It started with over four thousand inhabitants of the South-Chinese Sea; more than 200 species of fish.
Transfer contains return trip, oil, high tolls, 1 hour stay. Each extra hour costs 300 THB.
|Pattaya - Underwater World - Pattaya (one way)||600 THB||700 THB||800 THB||900 THB||1,800 THB|
|Underwater World - Underwater World - Pattaya||1,300 THB||1,500 THB||1,700 THB||1,900 THB||2,800 THB|
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See also: Taxi Suvarnabhumi Bangkok, taxi Bangkok to Pattaya, taxi to Koh Chang, taxi to Hua Hin, taxi to Ban Phe (pier to Koh Samed), taxi to Rayong, taxi to Ayuthaya, taxi to Bang Saen, taxi to Sri Racha, taxi to Laem Chabang, taxi from Bangkok, Pattaya to Krabi, Airports of Thailand
That was a perfect ride , thank you!Sven
Thank you for a very nice an pleasant transfer with a very competent driver.Annika
We had a very pleasant journey with a driver driving safely!Jean-Pierre
Tropical fruits festivals in Rayong are held annually in many districts with different names and dates. The best time of the year to join these festivals is from May to June when delicious fruits are ready to be picked and enjoyed.
Some of the popular festivals are as follows: Sweet Pineapple Festival, Sweet Mongkut of Nong Taphan Festival, Rayong Fruit Festival at Thapong Fruit Market, Wang Chan Fruit Street Festival, and Amphoe Klaeng Fruit Festival.
Only a short distance from frantic downtown Bangkok, Samut Prakan which is considered ‘Bangkok’s green lung’ can make you feel like you are in an entirely different world. With convenient means of travel like BTS Skytrain and boats, the urban oasis Bang Krachao in Phra Pradaeng district is a great place for a one-day trip away from noisy Bangkok.
Just a few hours’ drive from Thailand’s capital Bangkok, Kanchanaburi has been known worldwide for a long time. It is rich in history, especially of World War II, and it is a paradise on earth for nature lovers. There are seven national parks in Kanchanaburi namely Erawan National Park, Chalerm Rattana Kosin National Park, Sai Yok National Park, Khao Lam National Park, Sri Nakarin Dam National Park, Thong Pha Phum National Park, and Lam Klong Ngu National Park.
Laem Chabang is located in the province of Chonburi to the North from Pattaya. It is the largest in Thailand and one of the largest worldwide cruise terminal. Majority of international cruises from Thailand to Asia countries start from Laem Chabang port. Laem Chabang city is famous with its International Golf Counrty Club.
Visiting Mun islands is an ideal option for those who seek a more tranquil getaway. There are three islands in Mun island group: Mun Nork, Mun Klang, and Mun Nai. These islands are in the Gulf of Thailand and the closest island to the shore is around 5 kilometers off Laem Mae Phim in Klaeng district.
Sattahip district in Chonburi province is about 50 km south of Pattaya, and it is where many Royal Thai Navy centers are situated. There are also several impressive white sandy beaches on islands like Koh Kham and Koh Samae San in the Gulf of Thailand.
Sea Turtle Conservation Center under the care of the Royal Thai Navy was established in 1950 with two main purposes.
Located only in 105 kilometers from Bangkok, Sri Racha is a perfect place for those who are after good food, convenience, and breathtaking natural attractions combined. This ‘Little Osaka’ is home to many industrial estates, and Sri Racha pineapple is as famous as Si Racha sauce. Above all, your Si Racha trip will not be completed without visiting Koh Sichang in the Gulf of Thailand.