Public Buses in Pattaya Public Buses in Pattaya are on 3 routes around the city but they are not as regular as Songtaews. They cover the main streets of Pattaya, Naklua and Jomtien. 3 routes are designated by 3 colours, green, red and yellow. The bus stops are colour coded numbered for passengers to know…
Thai Postal Services & International Calling Calls Once you arrive in Thailand there a several ways you can keep in touch with your friends and family back home. The most obvious and free ways of keeping in touch is online through Skype or Line. The bonus of that is that you can speak face-to-face! If…
Useful/Emergency Telephone Numbers Emergency 191 or 1669 (Emergency hotline) 1337 (Pattaya Tourist Assistance Hotline) Ambulance Services Bangkok Pattaya Hospital  Tel: 038-259 999 Pattaya International Hospital Tel: 038-427 575 Pattaya Memorial Hospital Tel: 038-429 422/4 Pattaya Police Station Pattaya Beach Road, Soi 9 Tel. 038-420 802-5 or 191 Banglamung Police Station Tel. 038-221 800-1 or 191 Dongtan…
Pattaya Baht Buses If you not up for the motorbike then why not hop on one of the Pattaya Baht Buses (AKA Songtaews). You will see these blue pick ups all over Pattaya. Songtaew literally means ‘two rows’ in reference to the benches in the back. Most Pattaya Baht Buses run around on fix routes…
Pattaya Motorbike Taxi Pattaya Motorbike taxis are by far the quickest way the navigate the city, weaving in and out of the queues of traffic is an exhilarating experience, but not one for the faint hearted. Fares cost anywhere between 50thb and 200thb depending on how far your final destination is. Look out for the…