The easiest, cheapest and fastest way to travel by public transport from Nakhon Ratchasima to Pattaya is to take a direct bus service. If you travel by direct bus service you avoid the time consuming journey into Central Bangkok to change to another bus or train to take you to Pattaya.
Bus Times from Nakhon Ratchasima to Pattaya
There is a single direct bus services a day from Nakhon Ratchasima to Pattaya which you can book online.
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- The scheduled journey time by bus from Nakhon Ratchasima to Pattaya is 6 hours 00 minutes.
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Nakhon Ratchasima Bus Station
Bus services from Nakhon Ratchasima to Pattaya depart from Nakhon Ratchasima Terminal 2.
Pattaya Bus Station
- Bus services from Nakhon Ratchasima to Pattaya terminate at a bus stop on the corner of the Sukhumvit and Greenville Roads.
About Travel to Pattaya
Pattaya is one of Thailand’s busiest tourist destination attracting an estimated 9 million in 2019. This large busy resort town has a city centre population of over 300,000 permanent residents and more than 100,000 hotel rooms. Pattaya is popular for a number of reasons, first and foremost its proximity to Bangkok. The city has one of the closest major beaches to Bangkok making it an ideal destination for weekend breaks both for people resident in Bangkok and people flying into Bangkok wanting to stay on the coast within easy travelling distance of the main international airport. Pattaya is often seen as being primarily a destination for men to visit bars and in some parts of the city, particularly the infamous Walking Street, the city has a highly visible sex industry. What the city is increasingly becoming known for, however, is as a family holiday destination. The city attracts a lot of family groups from countries such as India, China and Russia, although many choose to stay outside of the Central Pattaya and in quieter districts of the city such as Jomtien. Value for money accommodation and places to eat and drink can found across the city because the competition for customers is fierce driving down prices.
Pattaya has a number of large attractions which will appeal to families, even if the things which Pattaya is world famous for, such as its Go-Go bars, are far from family friendly. Amongst the most popular of these large attractions are:
- Sanctuary of Truth: Located to the north of Pattaya city centre this beautiful wooden temple is an evolving work of art.
- Nong Nooch Tropical Garden: Located to the south east of Pattaya city centre this attraction has a number of fantastic themed tropical gardens and other activities and is a popular place for families to visit.
- Cartoon Network Amazone: Massive cartoon themed water park located to the south of Pattaya city centre.
- Pattaya Dolphin World: Aquarium with dolphin shows and the opportunity to swim with dolphins, also located to the south of Pattaya city centre.
- Pattaya Elephant Village: Elephant sanctuary located to the east of Pattaya city centre.
- Silverlake Winery Pattaya: Vineyard with stunning views which is open to tourists, located 23 km by road to the south of Pattaya city centre.