Tuk-tuks are a popular mode of transport in Thailand, especially in urban areas. They are three-wheeled motorized vehicles that can be hailed on the street for short trips.
BUS: Pattaya is a mess for bus travellers unless they are going to Bangkok. The simple reason is that there is no single bus station as in most Thai towns. Going to Bangkok, you go to the “Air Conditioned Bus Terminal Pattaya-Bangkok” (that’s the real name, map) on North Road.
Transport Co., Ltd. (Public Bus Services) intercity bus services in Thailand. + Green Bus Corporation • Nakhonchaiair Co., Ltd. • Phetprasert • Sombat Tour Co., Ltd.
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TRAIN: Travelling by train although is the most economical, is far less comfortable than travelling by bus (train is non-air-con, not very clean and no toilet). Also travelling by train takes longer time, as much as 3.5 hours compared to bus 1½-2½ hours.
State Railway of Thailand (SRT) has a 4,000-km network covering most of the country, from Chiang Mai in the north all the way to (and beyond) the Malaysian border in the south. Compared to buses, most trains are relatively slow and prone to delays, but safer. Tickets may be purchased on-line from Thairailwayticket.com.
AIRPORT: Airports of Thailand: The official website of AOT provides information on airports in Thailand.
Bangkok has two major airports: Suvarnabhumi Airport which is the main airport and serves most full-service carriers, and the smaller Don Mueang International Airport which primarily serves low-cost carriers.
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