Bus Service from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport to Pattaya by Bell Travel Service and Roong Reuang 389 Coach

Sunday, November 24, 2013

(Updated: December 2016) Taking a Bell Travel Service or Roong Reuang 389 Bus is the most convenient way to travel from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport to Pattaya. Bell Travel and Roong Reuang services are different in the sense that Bell Travel Service goes right up to your hotel in Pattaya, first by bus to their Pattaya Bus Terminal and then by a mini van to the hotel of each of the passenger. Roong Reuang Coach drops passengers at their Bus Terminal from where passengers need to share a Baht Bus or take a taxi up to the hotel. Cost-wise, Bell Travel's service is more expensive at 240 THB per person and has to be booked via their website in advance. Roong Reuang Coach costs 120 THB per person. Six Bell Travel buses leave from Suvarnabhumi Airport daily at 2 hour intervals starting from 8.00 in the morning, i.e. 8.00, 10.00, 12.00, 14.00, 16.00, and 18.00 hours. Roong Reuang 389 Service operates every hour or sooner from 7.00am to 8.00pm during lean season and every hour from 7.00am to 10.00pm during busy season. Both Bell Travel and Roong Reuang Coach have a common service counter at the airport near Gate No. 8 on Level 1. While Roong Reuang tickets can be purchased at the counter for the next available bus, Bell Travel service bookings can only be done from their website. Both the operators have very clean and air conditioned buses with very comfortable seats. If you are taking Reuang 389 Coach, after reaching Pattaya Bus Terminal you may take a shared Baht Bus (50 - 100 THB per person) if that is available or a taxi that may charge 150 to 200 THB to take you to your hotel. With Bell Travel Bus, there is no such hassle. Keep reading...

Also see: Travel From Don Mueang Airport to Pattaya

Bell Travel and Reuang 389 Bus Counter Gate 8 Suvarnabhumi Airport Bangkok

The shared Baht Bus from Pattaya Bus Terminal drops all the passengers to their hotels and is a convenient service and most of the time, a shared Baht Bus is available. However, if there is no Baht Bus or there is a demand-supply gap, taking a taxi will prove costly particularly if you are travelling alone. Try taking a motor bike taxi if you are travelling alone with just one bag.   

Bangkok Pattaya Bus Route and Stops On The Way

If you are taking the Coach 389 service, where to get down in Pattaya becomes important because there are going to be at least three stops before the bus reaches its final stop. Please read this exclusive article on the Bangkok-Pattaya bus route and stops.

The journey from the Airport right up to the Pattaya hotel takes about 2 hours. A similar service from Pattaya to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport or Bangkok City right up to the Bangkok Hotel or from Bangkok Hotel to Pattaya Hotel is also available. Pick-up is arranged from the passenger's hotel at designated time by Bell Travel Service.

Also Read: Pattaya Bus To Bangkok City and Suvarnabhumi Airport

Bell Travel Bus Routes and Price of Tickets

Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport - Pattaya Hotel - 240 THB

Pattaya Hotel - Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport - 240 THB
(Service timings are: 06:00, 09:00, 11:00, 13:00, 15:00, 17:00, 19:00)

Pattaya Hotel - Bangkok Hotel - 370 THB
(Service timings are 09:00, 13:00, 17:00)

Bangkok Hotel - Pattaya Hotel - 370 THB
(Service timings are 09:30, 13:30, 17:30)

Advance booking can be done for Bell Travel from the company's website www.belltravelservice.com. Also refer to the company website for up to date service timings and fare information. Passengers with advance booking are required to report to the airport counter at least 10 minutes before the bus timing to pay for the tickets, otherwise the seats are allocated to other passengers. If you are going to a hotel in Walking Street, please do not book the 4.00pm and 6.00pm bus service because Walking Street gets closed for vehicular traffic after 5.00pm and you will not get a drop to your hotel. At the best, they can drop you at the entry to Walking Street.

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