Getting There AP 2019

Getting There

Pattaya is served by three major airports.


Bangkok Suvarnabhumi International Airport (BKK) – a main terminal of Bangkok- is located only 135 km from Pattaya. It is easy and convenient to transfer to Pattaya by the Highway. Apart from public buses from the airport terminal, there are also licensed taxi services which cost around 60 EUR for one-way transfer and take only 75 minutes to Pattaya.

There will be a shuttle bus from Suvarnabhumi Airport to the Royal Cliff Grand Hotel on 18 September 2019. Staff will meet you at exit 2 on the 2nd floor with a UIA welcome banner. Shuttle busses will depart at: 9h00, 10h00, 11h00, 12h00, 13h00, 14h00, 15h00, 16h00, 17h00, 18h00, 19h00, 20h00, 21h00.

The return shuttle will run from the Royal Cliff Grand Hotel to Suvarnabhumi airport on Friday 20 September between 14h00 and 21h00.
If you wish to book your own car for the airport-city transfer, send an enquiry to Prices per trip range from 1,800B to 7,800B depending on the vehicle. Bookings need to be made at least 24h in advance.


Bangkok Don Muaeng International Airport (DMK), a low-cost airline terminal, currently handles more than 20 low-cost airlines and charter flights connecting international destinations in Southeast&East Asia region as well as domestic destinations. The airport is located up north of Bangkok, 25 km to Bangkok city center and 150 km to Pattaya City. Travelling by taxi is the easiest way to Pattaya and it will take approximately 2 hours and cost around 80 EUR.


U-Tapao Airport (UTP) is located 40 km south of Pattaya and only 40 minutes’ drive to Pattaya City Center. The airport recently has a new development project for commercial use. Apart from charter flights, there are curretly 5 airlines operating scheduled flights connecting 5 major domestic destinations and international destinations to/from Malaysia, China, and Russia.

Suggested airlines:

Thai Airways International
Bangkok Airways