If you’ve got been to Patty, you will be acquainted with the dark blue baht buses that run 24/7 within the central areas. Otherwise called a sorngthaew (2 rows), a baht bus may be a pickup truck converted to carry 10 passengers on two bench seats.
There’s a baht bus each number of minutes throughout the day and till the nightlife winds down, around 3 am. The fare is 10 baht for any of the standard routes in the Patty area. You can also rent a baht bus as a taxi, if you need to travel off the regular route. Be sure to negotiate the fare before you climb in the back!
Several visitors don’t venture way from Pattaya’s central space, as a result of if you’re here for the beach, the great food and also the nightlife, there is lots to keep you entertained simply steps away from your hotel. If you would like to travel additional removed from city, there are many alternative baht bus routes you might notice helpful.
White Baht Bus
There is the white baht buses that travel up and down Sukhumvit, the arterial road, that runs all the method from Bangkok to Patty, and south to Sattahip, then east along the coast. The white baht buses travel from Naklua at the northern end of Patty City to Sattahip in the South, home of the Thai Navy.
There’s heaps of places value visiting along Sukhumvit If you would like to go to an outlet mall along Sukhumvit, or one of the attractions, like Underwater World Patty, then hop on a white baht bus, and ring the bell when it is time to get off!
You’ll be able to conjointly explore some of the attractive beaches along the coast, south of Jomtien. There’s Bang Sare, the fishing village and beach resort, with quiet beaches where you can enjoy freshly caught sea food at one of the Sea Food restaurants right next to the beach.
From here you’ll be able to visit the Koh Khram, an uninhabited island, with beautiful white sand beaches and pristine coral reefs, a great place for snorkeling enthusiasts.
Red Baht Bus
The Red baht buses travel along east-west along Soi Nern Plub Wan, beginning from Sukhumvit and then to Soi Siam Country club. This is where you’ll notice fresh food markets, an abundance of street food stands, the Siriporn Orchid Farm and a magnificent Temple, Wat Suttawat. The east facet of Sukhumvit is that the suburb referred to as the Dark facet. There is tons of places of interest here like the Crocodile farm, the Elephant village, Patty Floating Market, Nong Nooch Tropical Gardens and Mini Siam, that has replicas of one hundred sacred places and historical sites in Thailand.