Half-Day Pattaya City and Coral Island Tour from Bangkok - 1 Day

Half-Day Pattaya City and Coral Island Tour from Bangkok

Half-Day Pattaya City and Coral Island Tour from Bangkok. Step out of the bustling city of Bangkok and visit the nearby Pattaya City and Coral Island on this exciting day tour out and about under the sun!

Highlights

  • Visit the neighboring seaside city of Pattaya and explore its scenic beaches on a day trip from Bangkok!
  • Take a boat trip to Coral Island and explore its sparkling white beaches and crystal clear waters
  • Enjoy fun-filled water activities such as jet skiing, parasailing, sea walking, snorkeling, and more!
  • Experience Pattaya’s vibrant and bustling nightlife as you stroll along Pattaya Beach Road.

Half-Day Pattaya City & Coral Island Tour from Bangkok

Snorkel in Koh Larn (Coral Island)

Your first stop is to Koh Larn, known in English as Coral Island, where you will have the entire afternoon to spend on the beach. A huge array of activities are available for your enjoyment at your own expense, from swimming to snorkeling and even jetskiing. Soak up the sun and the sea in the tropical waters to your heart’s content. You’ll head back to Pattaya pier after your many hours of enjoyable beachside adventures and finally, return to Bangkok after this great change of scenery.

Itinerary:

Pattaya and Coral Island Small-Group Day Tour from Bangkok

  • 08:30 am: Depart from Century Mall, next to BTS Victory Station (2 hours 40 minutes)
  • 11:10 am: Arrive at Pattaya pier, take the speedboat to Koh Larn (15-20 minutes)
  • 11:30 am: Arrive at Koh Larn Twain Beach
  • 11:30 am-03:30 pm: Free time on Koh Larn, relax on the beach, swim, or participate in beach activities (such as snorkeling, jet ski, sea walking, etc.)
  • 03:30 pm: Take the speedboat to Pattaya pier
  • 04:00 pm: Arrive at Pattaya pier and depart for Bangkok
  • 06:30 pm: Drop off at the original meeting point

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Last Updated on March 8, 2022 by Tours Editor @ gotravelyourself.com