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Most Cost Effective Transport Between Patong & Laem Sing

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Most Cost Effective Transport Between Patong & Laem Sing

Hi All,

I was just wondering if anyone had any advise on the cheapest transport options for travelling between Patong and Laem Sing. I wont be hiring a scooter/car as I dont trust my skills. Is it possible to travel by moterbike taxi and if so does anyone have a rough price estimate?

Thanks in advance.

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1. Re: Most Cost Effective Transport Between Patong & Laem Sing

I would guess a metered taxi or hire a driver.

If you find a motorbike taxi that will do it, you would need to bargain with him to get a comparable price I believe.

It is aprox. a 30-40 minute ride and I would think 300-400 baht might get you there. ???

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2. Re: Most Cost Effective Transport Between Patong & Laem Sing

Laem Sing is just over the hill from Patong, end of Kamala Beach.

30-40 minutes????

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3. Re: Most Cost Effective Transport Between Patong & Laem Sing

No worries, I guess I had better budget for at least 800bht per return trip considering tuk tuks will be the most expensive method I assume.

Thanks.

4. Re: Most Cost Effective Transport Between Patong & Laem Sing

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