By direct bus the journey from Poipet to Pattaya in Thailand is scheduled to take from 4 hours 30 minutes to 5 hours depending upon which service you take.
Bus Times from Poipet to Pattaya
There are currently 4 direct services a day from Poipet to Pattaya available to book online.
|06:00||11:00||$ 19||Go Ho Travel|
|11:30||16:00||$ 19||Go Ho Travel|
|12:30||17:00||$ 19||Go Ho Travel|
|14:00||19:00||$ 19||Go Ho Travel|
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Poipet Go Ho Travel Bus Stop
Go Ho Travel services from Poipet to Pattaya depart from the HBTS Poi Pet-Office, Poi Pet They Express, Railway Station 5, Krong Poi Pet.
Pattaya Go Ho Travel Bus Stop
Go Ho Travel services from Poipet to Pattaya terminate in front of the Fairrit Shopping Plaza on the South Pattaya Road.
About Travel to Pattaya
Pattaya is one of Thailand’s most visited tourist destinations. In 2019 the city attracted around 9 million visitors. Because Pattaya is close to Bangkok, and even closer to Thailand’s main international airport, a high proportion of these visitors to Pattaya are Asian tourists on short breaks. The city attracts, for instance, lots of Indian families and as well as visitors from China. European visitors tend to be male and on longer breaks. The city also attracts a large number of foreign retirees.
The last official count of Pattaya’s population put the city’s population at just over a 100,000 people. This is likely to be a massive underestimate which takes no account of migrants and temporary workers with unregistered employment. At any given time, not including tourists, the local population is probably closer to half a million.
The busiest part of Pattaya is the area bordering the 3 km long Pattaya Beach. Pattaya’s most famous night time attraction, Pattaya Walking Street, is located at the southern end of Pattaya Beach. To the north and east of Walking Street the streets are packed with shops, hotels, bars and restaurants. It’s a very lively area.
To the south and the north of this central beachside area the Pattaya becomes considerably less busy. Jomtien to the south of Pattaya City is developing into a small city in its own right which is popular with families. Jomtien also has a large and very noticeable Russian community. North Pattaya is less developed and a good place to search for budget accommodation, particularly for extended stays.
Tourist Attractions in Pattaya
Away from the city centre Pattaya has several larger tourist attractions that will appeal to families. Many Thai families come from Bangkok to take their children to these attractions and Pattaya is an ideal place to stay overnight.
These larger attractions include:
- Nong Nooch Botanical Garden: Thailand’s most impressive botanical garden.
- Ramayana Water Park: The 12th largest waterpark in the World.
- Cartoon Network Amazone: Pattaya’s second largest waterpark which is themed with cartoon characters.
- Pattaya Dolphin World: Aquarium with dophin shows.
- Silverlake Winery Pattaya: The largest vineyard in Eastern Thailand which welcomes guests to try the wine and enjoy the local scenery.
- Sanctuary of Truth: Located just to the north of the city centre, the Sanctuary of Truth is a massive newly built wooden temple complex notable for its artistic wood carvings and unusual architecture.