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By public transport and where in Pattaya is it easiest to get to the Queen Sirikit Naval Hospital in Sattahip?

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Private Taxi.  The busses, what few there are, are infrequent, don't cover the whole journey and it would take forever. If you haven't got your own transport, then a taxi is the only practical way to get there. Why not just use Pattaya City or Pattaya Memorial hospitals?  Save you a long and relatively expensive journey. At QSNH you are also very likely to face very long waiting times.   

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Not so easy to get to and from by public transport. If you cannot find someone to drive you, (ie a local taxi service), or a friend, then I can only suggest trying Grab. As mentioned above, if you need a round trip, you could wait a long time there. 

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7 hours ago, jacko45k said:

Not so easy to get to and from by public transport. If you cannot find someone to drive you, (ie a local taxi service), or a friend, then I can only suggest trying Grab. As mentioned above, if you need a round trip, you could wait a long time there. 

It seems that GRAB does not service outside Pattaya...

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flying coffin from pattaya to ban chang go right past the door, get there early

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Why not try Banglamung Hospital? Although I have not used it I have heard some good reports and they have improved over the years. I used QS and whilst the treatment was ok the waiting times were extremely long plus any follow up visits meant a 40 min journey each way plus a minimum of two hours waiting. 

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8 hours ago, GeKoSc said:

It seems that GRAB does not service outside Pattaya...

They come up as doing he main airport.....that is certainly outside Pattaya, not cheap though. 

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10 hours ago, JohnC said:

Why not try Banglamung Hospital? Although I have not used it I have heard some good reports and they have improved over the years. I used QS and whilst the treatment was ok the waiting times were extremely long plus any follow up visits meant a 40 min journey each way plus a minimum of two hours waiting. 

How to get there?

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7 hours ago, jacko45k said:

They come up as doing he main airport.....that is certainly outside Pattaya, not cheap though. 

I have tried it but the GRAB screen says "no service out of the city of Pattaya". Have you actually tried it out when travelling to the airport? 

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2 hours ago, JohnC said:

Google is your friend , it's in Naklua 

Which Buslines are serving this place where the hospital in Naclua? 

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Buses take Sattahip market delivery from us at Naklua. Will be a bit slow.


White Songthaew bus from Pattaya Sukhumvit to Sattahip market. Orange Songthaew bus from Sattahip market to hospital.

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1 hour ago, GeKoSc said:

I have tried it but the GRAB screen says "no service out of the city of Pattaya". Have you actually tried it out when travelling to the airport? 

No, the price is too much. I do use them to go past the Hwy36/ Sukhumvit, junction North of Pattaya, (Nong Pla Lai) which is a little out of the City. 

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I use Queen Siraket for a cataract problem ,great hospital very modern and the doctor is from memorial Pattaya,have also used Banglamung and Sri Racha both good ,luckily we have a car.
I can recomend all of them .

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15 minutes ago, ivor bigun said:

I use Queen Siraket for a cataract problem ,great hospital very modern and the doctor is from memorial Pattaya,have also used Banglamung and Sri Racha both good ,luckily we have a car.
I can recomend all of them .

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Thanks for your positive message...

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