Bali Hai Pier – commonly known as Pattaya Pier – is a central feature of the city, located at the end of Walking Street, near the southernmost point of Pattaya Bay.
U-Tapao-Rayong-Pattaya International Airport (UTP) is situated some 30 kilometres (18.6 miles) away from Pattaya.
Regular ferry and speedboat services connect Pattaya with the nearby island of Koh Larn.
Besides commuting in and around Pattaya, you can use baht buses to travel north and south on Sukhumvit highway. You will frequently see the dark blue buses on Sukhumvit, doing a loop back to Pattaya, or they have been chartered.
You don’t have to wander far to hire a motorbike in Pattaya, many hotels and guest houses in Pattaya have their own motorcycle rental service.
The Grab Taxi App lets you book a taxi your location in Pattaya, to anywhere else in Pattaya.
Motorcycle taxis are a fast and convenient way of getting around Pattaya. They are more expensive than a baht bus, but they are able weave through slow moving traffic of downtown Pattaya much quicker than any other form of transport.
At 10 baht per person, per ride (subject to change) for most routes, the only way to get around Pattaya cheaper is by walking.
Pattaya Airport in Thailand is one of the world’s newest with the most advanced international airports. This is in terms of the way it has been developed.