Wilba - Answered a Question by Anderton (12 Oct 08 11:46)

Why not visit Pattaya which is only 12 mile away from the port, which is the beach resort area of Bangkok. Plenty to see, shop, lie on the beach, drink in the bars etc. Check it out on the net. Regards Wilba.

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Anderton - replied to Wilba (12 Oct 08 19:35)

Thanks for that - it's the sort of answer I was hoping for, I didn't realise that there was a beach resort so close.

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BLYTH - Answered a Question by Anderton (12 Oct 08 10:41)

When you get off the ship there will always be minibus/taxis who you can discuss options with and go with them. I don't fancy a long journey to get there and back either so we would not be too happy either.

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Carnegie - Answered a Question by Anderton (12 Oct 08 22:03)

Bangkok to Pattaya actually takes 1 and half to 2 hours depending on Traffic. Its an interesting but long journey certainly not just 12 miles. Pattaya is an interesting place to visit plenty of shops stalls and Lady Boys.

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Wilba - replied to Carnegie (12 Oct 08 22:09)

If you read the question he is going from the PORT, Laem Chabang & it is 12 miles. Cruise ships don't dock in Bangkok.

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Carnegie - replied to Wilba (23 Oct 08 08:50)

OOPS! Your right Wilba . sorry my mistake Anderton.

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