Bus Station - Assumption School (Red) via Laemtong Department Store
The busses run daily from 5.00 a.m. until 9.00 p.m.(Every 5-10 minutes)
Fare : 5 Baht
Bus Station - Paknam (Dark Blue) via Wat Pa Pradu, Wat Lum, Laem Charoen
The busses run daily from 5.00 a.m. until 6.00 p.m. (Every 5-10 minutes)
Fare: 5-10 Baht
Big C - Nicom Pattana (White) via Big C, Makro
The busses run daily from 6.30 a.m. until 18.00 p.m. (Every 15-20 minutes)
Fare : 12 Baht
Post Office - Map Ta Phut (Red) via Laemtong Department Store
The busses run daily from 5.00 a.m. until 8.00 p.m. (Every 5-10 minutes)
Fare : 7 Baht
Post Office - Ban Chang (Red) via Century Golf
The busses run daily from 4.30 a.m. until 8.00 p.m. (Every 10-15 minutes)
Fare : 10 Baht
Bus Station - Tapong (White) via Wat Pa Pradu, Tapong Fruit Market
The busses run daily from 05.00 a.m. until 6.00 p.m. (Every 5-10 minutes)
Fare : 5-7 Baht
Phra Chedi Klang Nam - In the middle of the Rayong River, two kilometres south of
downtown near the mouth of the river, there is a pagoda on an island. It is a landmark
for the crews sailing in the river to show that they are reaching Rayong province.
On the full moon day of the twelfth lunar month, a celebration is held to change
the robe covering the pagoda.
Si Mueang Park - This place was once used for the execution of prisoners. Now it
has been rebuilt as a public park. At the front of the park is a famous Buddha image
of Rayong, Phra Phuttha Angkhirot.
Hat Laem Charoen - Near the mouth of the Rayong River, five kilometres south of
downtown, is the nearest beach from Rayong.
Hat Saeng Chan - Some seven kilometres from Rayong town, connecting to Laem Charoen
Beach, the Saeng Chan Beach is a sandy beach.
Hat Mae Ramphueng - Ban Kon Ao - Some 11 kilometres from Rayong town.
Khao Laem Ya - From this sunset viewpoint, comprising scrub forest and cape, it
is possible to see Mae Ramphueng Beach and Koh Samet.
Dhammarachanusornsatan - Situated at Kaochamao Rayong, there are many brilliant
shrine buildings that house several statues such as a statue of Somdej Phra Putthajarn
Tho Phromrangsi, the famous Buddhist priest of the Rattanakosin Age, and King Rama
5. There is a coin and antiques museum which contains many memorable things. There
is no fee for entrance.