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We are a family of 5 who would like to travel to Pattaya by train one way from Bangkok. Where can we book the seats? Any info would be great. Any interesting sites? It's one old, slow train per day, which leaves Hualamphong Station at and arrives in Pattaya at3rd class only. I hardly think it requires booking in fact I'm pretty sure you can't reserve seats in 3rd class anyway. Just Pattaya to bangkok by train to the station, buy tickets and hop on. If the object is the train trip, I could recommend a more interesting one. If not, I recommend the bus which is more frequent, more comfortable, and a good deal faster.
Here's a great train trip that you can take from Bangkok :.
Some friends of mine love that old train, but it does take it's time A chartered minibus or station wagon should do for a family and then you have the choice of stopping if you want, what route you take and no connections to make with all your luggage as it's door-to-door. Third class seats hard wood and quickly get uncomfortable. There is no airconditioning, and the service is frequently delayed. There is very little of interest to see on the way, and the station is outside the town.
If you like train rides, try the train to Ayuttdyha, Kanchanburi or Huahin. We are going on holiday to Pattaya after a weekend in Bangkok. My young sons love trains so thats why I was going to go by train. On the return we would go by minivan. Well stocked up with water etc, it's a nice rumble through the region between Bkk and Pattaya to bangkok by train Pack some snacks if you intend to take the Pattaya train. Anytime you are away from your hotel for any period of time make sure you are packing some toilet paper and some hand wipe things. Most of the time you will not find any on the road or rail!
Here is a couple other opportunities to use rail service. If Chiang Mai is on your calendar you can get the overnight sleeper train that goes there. Using the sleeper train to Chiang Mai will also save you from paying for another night in a hotel in Bangkok. The Bridge Pattaya to bangkok by train the River Kwai tour has an opportunity to ride an old rickety train.
The ride is not long but it is okay for. Nice train ride, nice small town with bicycle hire and the like, and back in time for supper. The train to Pattaya will leave you on the wrong side of town. Easy for me and my rucksack to hop on a moto-taxi to town, not so easy with a family of hot and tired kids, plus luggage.
Get a taxi from Bangkok instead. Thanks for your advice everyone. My holiday stay is in Pattaya so other train journeys are out of the question. When we are in Bangkok I was thinking of having a look at the train station and trains. True about Pattaya to bangkok by train luggage and kids scenario, we have five suitcases Might be best we take a taxi Browse all 7, Pattaya topics ». Bangkok to Pattaya by Train.
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