If you have been to Pattaya, then you will be knowledgeable about the dark blue baht buses which operate 24/7 from the fundamental places.
There is a baht bus every few moments throughout the day and till the nightlife pops down, around 3 am. The fare is 10 baht for some of the typical routes from the Pattaya region. You could even lease a baht bus for a cab, if you will need to travel off the normal course taxi pattaya.
Make sure to negotiate the fare before you climb at the trunk!
Many people do not venture away from Pattaya’s principal place, since if you are here for the shore, the fantastic food along with the nightlife, there is lots to keep you amused only steps away from the resort. Should you have to travel farther away from city, there are numerous other baht bus paths you may discover useful.
There is the snowy baht buses which travel up and down Sukhumvit, the southern street, which runs all of the way from Bangkok to Pattaya, and south to Sattahip, then east along the shore. The snowy baht buses traveling from Naklua in the northern end of Pattaya City into Sattahip from the South, home of the Thai Navy.
There is plenty of areas worth visiting Sukhumvit if you’d like to see an outlet along Sukhumvit, or among those attractions, such as Underwater World Pattaya, then jump to a snowy baht bus, and then ring the bell when it is time to escape!
You could even explore a few of the gorgeous beaches along the shore, south of Jomtien. There is Bang Sare, the fishing village and beach hotel, with quiet beaches where you can enjoy freshly caught sea food in one of the Sea Food restaurants directly alongside the shore.
From here you may go to the Koh Khram, an uninhabited island, with lovely white sand beaches and pristine coral reefs, a fantastic spot for snorkeling fans.
The Red baht buses traveling together east-west along Soi Nern Plub Wan, beginning from Sukhumvit and after that to Soi Siam Country club. This is where you will discover new food markets, plenty of street food stands, the Siriporn Orchid Farm and a glorious Temple, Wat Suttawat. The east side of Sukhumvit is your suburb called the Dark side. There is plenty of areas of interest enjoy the Crocodile farm, the Elephant village, Pattaya Floating Market, Nong Nooch Tropical Gardens and Mini Siam, which includes replicas of 100 sacred areas and historic sites in Thailand