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JOURNEY INFORMATION
BANGKOK
CHIANG MAI CHIANG RAI LAMPANG LAMPOON
MAE HONG SON NAN PAYAO PHRAE
HUA HIN PATTAYA KOH CHANG KOH SAMUI
    KOH TAO & NANG YUAN
KRABI KOH LANTA PHANG NGA PHUKET
CHIANG MAI





By Air: The best decision from Bangkok to Chiang Mai is airplane taking airtime approximately an hour. For more information please contact Thai Airways Intl'

 


By Bus:
Both air-conditioned buses and non air-conditioned buses leave from Bangkok's Northern Bus Terminal (Mochit2) daily
. For more visit Transport official site



By Rail:
Trains depart from Hua Lampong (Bangkok's Railway Station) to anywhere around the kingdom of Thailand daily. It has several classes for you to ticket, call 1690 for more information or visit website

 


By Private Car: From Bangkok driving along national highway #1 (Pahol Yothin Road). Then turn to highway #32 (Asia Route) at Wang Noi district of Phra Na Khon Si Ayuddhaya province driving through Ang Thong province, Nakhon Sa Wan province respectively. After that alter to use highway #117 going ahead to Phitsanulok provinve. Then turn to drive highway #11 so far as passing Lampang and Lampoon provinces from there reaching Chiang Mai. Total distance is 695 kilometers. By the way, you can drive another route from Nakhon Sa Wan province by still gearing the highway #1 then passing Kamphaeng Phet, Tak, Lampang and lastly Lampoon provinces from there you will reach to Chaing Mai. This route estimates 696 kilometers.

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CHIANG RAI





By Air: The best decision from Bangkok to Chiang Rai is airplane taking airtime approximately an hour. For more information please contact Thai Airways Intl'

 


By Bus:
Both air-conditioned buses and non air-conditioned buses leave from Bangkok's Northern Bus Terminal (Mochit2) daily
. For more visit Transport official site



By Rail:
Trains depart from Hua Lampong (Bangkok's Railway Station) to anywhere around the kingdom of Thailand daily. It has several classes for you to ticket, call 1690 for more information or visit website

 


By Private Car: From Bangkok can travel 3 routes as follow:
1)[Nakhon Sa Wan-Lampang-Payao-Chiang Rai]
along national highway #1 (Pahol Yothin Road). Then turn left to highway #32 (Asia Route) at Wang Noi district of Phra Na Khon Si Ayuddhaya province passing Sing Buri province, Chai Nat province, Nakhon Sa Wan province either Kamphaeng Phet province or Tak province respectively. Reaching to Lampang province so going ahead to Payao province from there you will reach to Chiang Rai province. Total distance is 830 kilometers.
2)
[Nakhon Sa Wan-Pitsanulok-Phrae-Chiang Rai]
driving the same way of above choice until reaching Nakhon Sa Wan province altered to use the highway #117 going ahead to Phitsanulok province. Then turn to drive highway #11 so far as passing Uttaladit province till reaching Den Chai district. Then turn to highway #101 (Phrae-Nan) driving along this route till reaching Rong Kwang district. After that turning to highway # 103 gearing along the road for meeting the Pahol Yothin Road (highway #1) at Ngao district. Aim to Payao province then driving straight on to Chiang Rai province respectively. Total distance is 804 kilometers.
3)[Nakhon Sa Wan-Lampang-Chiang Mai-Chiang Rai]
Driving along Pahol Yothin Road (highway #1) to Lampang province. Altered to drive highway #11 (Lampang-Chiang Mai), infact passing Lampoon province also, from there reaching Chiang Mai province. After that turning to drive highway #118(Chaing Mai-Chiang Rai) passing Doi Saket, Wiang Pa Pao then reaching to Chiang Rai province respectively. Total distance is 900 kilometers.

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LAMPANG





By Air: The best decision from Bangkok to Lampang is airplane taking airtime approximately an hour. For more information please contact Thai Airways Intl'

 


By Bus:
Both air-conditioned buses and non air-conditioned buses leave from Bangkok's Northern Bus Terminal (Mochit2) daily
. For more visit Transport official site



By Rail:
Trains depart from Hua Lampong (Bangkok's Railway Station) to anywhere around the kingdom of Thailand daily. It has several classes for you to ticket, call 1690 for more information or visit website

 


By Private Car: From Bangkok driving along national highway #1 (Pahol Yothin Road) then turn left to highway #32 (Asia Route) at Wang Noi district of Phra Na Khon Si Ayuddhaya province passing Sing Buri province, Chai Nat province, Nakhon Sa Wan province. After that turn left to highway #1 passing Kamphaeng Phet province, Tak province from there reaching to Lampang province. Total distance is approximately 599 kilometers.

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LAMPOON





By Air: The best decision from Bangkok to Lampoon is airplane taking airtime approximately an hour. For more information please contact Thai Airways Intl'

 


By Bus:
Both air-conditioned buses and non air-conditioned buses leave from Bangkok's Northern Bus Terminal (Mochit2) daily
. For more visit Transport official site



By Rail:
Trains depart from Hua Lampong (Bangkok's Railway Station) to anywhere around the kingdom of Thailand daily. It has several classes for you to ticket, call 1690 for more information or visit website

 


By Private Car: From Bangkok driving along national highway #1 (Pahol Yothin Road) then turn left to highway #32 (Asia Route) at Wang Noi district of Phra Na Khon Si Ayuddhaya province passing Sing Buri province, Chai Nat province, Nakhon Sa Wan province. After that turn left to highway #1 passing Kamphaeng Phet province, Tak province and Lampang province. Then turn left to highway #11 from there you will reach Lampoon respectively. Total distance is approximately 670 kilometers around 8 hours.

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MAE HONG SON





By Air: The best decision from Bangkok to Mae Hong Son is airplane taking airtime approximately an hour. For more information please contact Thai Airways Intl'

 


By Bus:
Both air-conditioned buses and non air-conditioned buses leave from Bangkok's Northern Bus Terminal (Mochit2) daily
. For more visit Transport official site



By Rail:
Trains depart from Hua Lampong (Bangkok's Railway Station) to anywhere around the kingdom of Thailand daily. It has several classes for you to ticket, call 1690 for more information or visit website

 


By Private Car: From Bangkok driving along national highway #1 (Pahol Yothin Road). Then turn to highway #32 (Asia Route) at Wang Noi district of Phra Na Khon Si Ayuddhaya province driving through Ang Thong province, Nakhon Sa Wan province respectively. After that alter to use highway #117 going ahead to Phitsanulok provinve. Then turn to drive highway #11 so far as passing Lampang and Lampoon provinces from there reaching Chiang Mai. Total distance is 695 kilometers. By the way, you can drive another route from Nakhon Sa Wan province by still gearing the highway #1 then passing Kamphaeng Phet, Tak, Lampang and lastly Lampoon provinces from there you will reach to Chaing Mai. It is just a start point, from Chiang Mai driving highway #108 passing Hang Dong, San Patong, Chom Thong, Hot, Mae Sariang, Mae La Noi and Khun Yuam till reach Mae Hong Son's Town. The total distance is 349 kilometers. If you dream to visit Pai, go straight on highway #1095 which is the way to Chaing Mai province. Anyway, instead of driving the highway #108, you can drive a new route which can reach Mae Hong Son alike. That is highway #1095 which call the route (Mae Malai-Pai). This route is about 245 kilometers. Infact, the first route (#108) is the most beautiful scenery cause the way before to reach Mae Hong Son's Town, you muat pass very 1,864 sharp curves. It is very dissy but so cool.

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NAN





By Air: The best decision from Bangkok to Nan is airplane taking airtime approximately an hour. For more information please contact Thai Airways Intl'

 


By Bus:
Both air-conditioned buses and non air-conditioned buses leave from Bangkok's Northern Bus Terminal (Mochit2) daily
. For more visit Transport official site



By Rail:
Trains depart from Hua Lampong (Bangkok's Railway Station) to anywhere around the kingdom of Thailand daily. It has several classes for you to ticket, call 1690 for more information or visit website

 


By Private Car: From Bangkok driving along national highway #1 (Pahol Yothin Road). Then turn to highway #32 (Asia Route) at Wang Noi district of Phra Na Khon Si Ayuddhaya province driving through Ang Thong province, Nakhon Sa Wan province respectively. After that alter to use highway #117 going ahead to Phitsanulok provinve. Then turn to drive highway #11 passing Uttaradit province till Den Chai district of Phrae province. After that driving highway #101 through Phrae province untill reaching Nan's Town. A total distance is about 668 kilometers.

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PAYAO





By Air: The best decision from Bangkok to Payao is airplane taking airtime approximately an hour. For more information please contact Thai Airways Intl'

 

By Bus: Both air-conditioned buses and non air-conditioned buses leave from Bangkok's Northern Bus Terminal (Mochit2) daily. For more visit Transport official site



By Rail:
Trains depart from Hua Lampong (Bangkok's Railway Station) to anywhere around the kingdom of Thailand daily. It has several classes for you to ticket, call 1690 for more information or visit website

 


By Private Car:From Bangkok can travel 2 routes as follow:
1)[Nakhon Sa Wan-Lampang-Payao]
along national highway #1 (Pahol Yothin Road). Then turn left to highway #32 (Asia Route) at Wang Noi district of Phra Na Khon Si Ayuddhaya province passing Sing Buri province, Chai Nat province, Nakhon Sa Wan province either Kamphaeng Phet province or Tak province respectively. Reaching to Lampang province and then from there reaching Payao province. Total distance is 969 kilometers.
2)
[Nakhon Sa Wan-Pitsanulok]
driving the same way of above choice until reaching Nakhon Sa Wan province altered to use the highway #117 going ahead to Phitsanulok province. Then turn to drive highway #11 so far as passing Uttaladit province till reaching Den Chai district. Then turn to highway #101 (Phrae-Nan) driving along this route till reaching Rong Kwang district. After that turning to highway # 103 gearing along the road for meeting the Pahol Yothin Road (highway #1) at Ngao district. Aim to Payao province respectively. Total distance is 782 kilometers.

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PHRAE





By Air: The best decision from Bangkok to Phrae is airplane taking airtime approximately an hour. For more information please contact Thai Airways Intl'

 

By Bus: Both air-conditioned buses and non air-conditioned buses leave from Bangkok's Northern Bus Terminal (Mochit2) daily. For more visit Transport official site



By Rail:
Trains depart from Hua Lampong (Bangkok's Railway Station) to anywhere around the kingdom of Thailand daily. It has several classes for you to ticket, call 1690 for more information or visit website

 


By Private Car: From Bangkok driving along national highway #1 (Pahol Yothin Road) till Tak Fa district of Nakhin Sa Wan province. Then turn to highway #11 passing Phichit, P

hitsanulok provinces and Uttaradit province. Form there you will reach Phrae province by passing Den Chai district first. A total distance is about 555 kilometers.

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HUA HIN & CHA AM





By Air: Please contact Bangkok Airways for reservation call 0-2229-3456-63

 

 


By Bus: Both air-conditioned buses and non air-conditioned buses leave from Bangkok's Southern Bus Terminal (Sai Tai @ Taling Chan) daily. For more visit Transport official site



By Rail:
Trains depart from Hua Lampong (Bangkok's Railway Station) to anywhere around the kingdom of Thailand daily. It has several classes for you to ticket, call 1690 for more information or visit website



By Private Car: From Bangkok, driving approximately 3 hours along the Highway no.35 (Thon Buri-Pak Tho route) via Samut Songkram province then turnning traffic light to left to Highway no.4 (Petchkasem Road--the main route through Southern) via Petchburi province and Hua Hin to Prachuap Khiri Khan, holding steeling-wheel total distance 281 kilometers. Otherwise, another route might be taken from Bangkok via Buddhamonthon, Nakhon Pathom province, Ratchburi and Prachuap Khiri Khan provinces, being distance about 320 kilometers.

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PATTAYA





By Air: No airplane services but the limousine services at Suvarnnabhumi Airport chauffeuring 24 hours.

 

 


By Bus: Both air-conditioned buses and non air-conditioned buses leave from Bangkok's Eastern Bus Terminal (Ekkamai, Sukhumvit between Soi 40 & 42) daily. For more visit Transport official site



By Rail:
Trains depart from Hua Lampong (Bangkok's Railway Station) to Pattaya City mondays through fridays on 06.55 a.m., reaching Pattaya about 10.30 a.m. In fact, there are two stations to get off that is Pattaya station, South Pattaya station. Call 1690 for more information or visit website



By Private Car: From Bangkok, driving approximately 2 hours along the Highway no.3 [(Bangna-Trat route): there are two choices for this section 1)regular road no pay Tax Road or 2) Toll-way is higher and faster but thriller, paying the Tax Road], via Bang Pakong district, Chonburi province and then Sri Racha district to continue along this Road and then Banglamung district, Pattaya be there. Holding steeling-wheel total distance a-hundred kilometers. Another route from Bangkok, driving on the Highway no.9 (Motorway: Bangkok-Chonburi), via Suvarnnabhumi International Airport and then go straight on to Pattaya (mostly Thais love to drive this route for avoiding the traffic lights)

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SAMUI ISLAND





By Air: The best decision from Bangkok to Samui is airplane taking airtime approximately an hour. For more information please contact Thai Airways Intl'

 

 

By Bus: Both air-conditioned buses and non air-conditioed buses leave from Bangkok's Southern Bus Terminal (Sai Tai @ Taling Chan) daily. For more visit Transport official site



By Rail:
Trains depart from Hua Lampong (Bangkok's Railway Station) For Phun Phin Station at Surat Thani province daily. After get off from the train catching the Taxi to City since this station is located away from town. Tel:0-2223-7010, 0-2223-7020, 1690 or www.railway.co.th



By Private Car: From Bangkok, driving approximately 6 hours (excluding ferry taking Island) along the National Highway #35 (Thon Buri-Pak Tho route) via Samut Songkram province then turnning traffic light to left to Highway #4 or A2 (Petchkasem Road--the main route through Southern) via Petchburi province and Hua Hin to Prachuap Khiri Khan, Chumphon provinces. Then taking National Highway #41 going straight on through Lang Suan district , Chaiya district reminding yourself had to pass Surat Thani Airport (Right Map). Taking another National Highway #401 which pass Phun Phin district, Surat Thani City and then go straight on Kanchanadit district is the route to Don Sak district. Before reaching Don Sak, Turning traffic left to Highway #4142 taking to Car Ferry.

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KOH TAO & NANG YUAN

*** For those who loves travelling to Koh Tao or Koh Nang Yuan by boat. Passengers should go to Koh Samui first, then taking local boat at Bo Phut, Mae Nam and Bang Rak Piers (There are many agencies waiting your destination just tell them that you would like to Koh Tao or Koh Nang Yuan. In fact, Koh Tao is far away from Koh Pha Ngan around 45 kilometers and Koh Nang Yuan is away from Koh Tao just 15 minutes.





By Air: The best decision from Bangkok to Koh Tao & Nang Yuan is airplane taking airtime approximately an hour. For more information please contact Thai Airways Intl'

 

 

By Bus: Both air-conditioned buses and non air-conditioed buses leave from Bangkok's Southern Bus Terminal (Sai Tai @ Taling Chan) daily. For more visit Transport official site
The best journey for bus passengers get off at Chum Phon Province (about 538 kilometers). Then taking a local transportation (A Pick Up Car is altered to transportation) go ahead to Tha Yang Pier. After that get on boat going to Koh Tao respectively, living on board about 2 and a half hours. In fact, Chum Phon province is far away from Koh Tao approximately 75 kilometers.

By Rail: Trains depart from Hua Lampong (Bangkok's Railway Station) For Chum Phon Train's Station (Chum Phon Province) and Phun Phin Train's Station of Surat Thani province daily. After get off from the train catching the Taxi to City since this station is located away from town. Tel:0-2223-7010, 0-2223-7020, 1690 or www.railway.co.th

By Private Car: From Bangkok, driving approximately 6 hours (excluding ferry taking Island) along the National Highway #35 (Thon Buri-Pak Tho route) via Samut Songkram province then turnning traffic light to left to Highway #4 or A2 (Petchkasem Road--the main route through Southern) via Petchburi province and Hua Hin to Prachuap Khiri Khan, Chumphon provinces. Then taking National Highway #41 going straight on through Lang Suan district , Chaiya district reminding yourself had to pass Surat Thani Airport (Right Map). Taking another National Highway #401 which pass Phun Phin district, Surat Thani City and then go straight on Kanchanadit district is the route to Don Sak district. Before reaching Don Sak, Turning traffic left to Highway #4142 taking to Car Ferry.

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KRABI PROVINCE





By Air: The best decision from Bangkok to Krabi is airplane taking airtime approximately an hour. For more information please contact Thai Airways Intl'

 

 

By Bus: Both air-conditioned buses and non air-conditioed buses leave from Bangkok's Southern Bus Terminal (Sai Tai @ Taling Chan) daily. For more visit Transport official site



By Rail:
There is no direct train to Krabi province; However, for those who prefer a classic trip traveling by train, Trang (province) Train Station is the nearest station to reach Krabi province. After check-out from the bogies, catching a bus or Taxi to get Krabi. For more info call Hua Lampong (Bangkok's Railway Station) tel:0-2223-7010, 0-2223-7020, 1690 or www.railway.co.th


By Private Car: From Bangkok, 1) driving along the National Highway #35 (Thon Buri-Pak Tho route) via Samut Songkram province then reaching to Highway #4 or A2 or else AH2 (Petchkasem Road--the main route through Southern) via Petchburi province and Hua Hin to Prachuap Khiri Khan, Chumphon ,Ranong and Phang Nga provinces. Passing Takua Tung and Thap Put districts taking along this route going to Ao Luek district. Go Straight on this route about 1 hour, then you will see the welcome board of Krabi.Total distance is 946 km.
2) When reaching Chumphon, Alterating, taking Highway #41 passing Lang Suan and Tha Chana through Wiang Sa districts of Surat Thai province (last two ones), then taking the Highway #4035 to Ao Luek district and then turning back to the Highway #4 again. Driving through traffic along this route, then you will see the welcome board of Krabi. Total distance is 814 km.

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LANTA ISLANDS





By Air: The best decision from Bangkok to Lanta Islands (Krabi) is airplane taking airtime approximately an hour. For more information please contact Thai Airways Intl'

 

 

By Bus: Both air-conditioned buses and non air-conditioed buses leave from Bangkok's Southern Bus Terminal (Sai Tai @ Taling Chan) daily. For more visit Transport official site



By Rail:
There is no direct train to Krabi province, we mean Koh Lanta also; However, for those who prefer a classic trip traveling by train, Trang (province) Train Station is the nearest station to reach Krabi province. In fact, Koh Lanta is nearer destination than Krabi province, if visitors would like to travel by train. After check-out from the bogies, catching a bus or Taxi to get Koh Lanta respectively, then waiting a ferry crossing the sea for transfering other passengers to Lanta Yai Island or vice versa. For more info call Hua Lampong (Bangkok's Railway Station) tel:0-2223-7010, 0-2223-7020, 1690 or www.railway.co.th


By Private Car: From Bangkok, 1) driving along the National Highway #35 (Thon Buri-Pak Tho route) via Samut Songkram province then reaching to Highway #4 or A2 or else AH2 (Petchkasem Road--the main route through Southern) via Petchburi province and Hua Hin to Prachuap Khiri Khan, Chumphon ,Ranong and Phang Nga provinces. Passing Takua Tung and Thap Put districts taking along this route going to Ao Luek district. Go Straight on this route about 1 hour, then you will see the welcome board of Krabi.Total distance is 946 km. And then turn traffic light to left hand reaching to Krabi International Airport or Trang province (In fact, Koh Lanta driving the same high-way of Trang depends on high-way #4). Passing Nuea Khlong and Khlong Thom districts around 1 hour driving along the route till the sign board "Koh Lanta" appeared. Turning the traffic light to right hand reaching the high-way #4206, driving along the mangrove road around 30 minutes the, Ticket Booth is located on mainland before reaching the islands.
2)
When reaching Chumphon, Alterating, taking Highway #41 passing Lang Suan and Tha Chana through Wiang Sa districts of Surat Thai province (last two ones), then taking the Highway #4035 to Ao Luek district and then turning back to the Highway #4 again. Driving through traffic along this route, then you will see the welcome board of Krabi.Total distance is 814 km.And then turn traffic light to left hand reaching to Krabi International Airport or Trang province (In fact, Koh Lanta driving the same high-way of Trang depends on high-way #4). Passing Nuea Khlong and Khlong Thom districts around 1 hour driving along the route till the sign board "Koh Lanta" appeared. Turning the traffic light to right hand reaching the high-way #4206, driving along the mangrove road around 30 minutes, the Ticket Booth is located on mainland before reaching the islands--start from Hua Hin to Khlong Mak (for Koh Lanta Noi) and Langsod to Saladan (Koh Lanta Yai). See Map

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PHANG NGA PROVINCE





By Air: The best decision from Bangkok to Phang Nga is airplane taking airtime approximately an hour. Infact passengers do check-out at Phuket International Airport since Phang Nga has no airport. For more information please contact Thai Airways Intl'

 


By Bus: Both air-conditioned buses and non air-conditioed buses leave from Bangkok's Southern Bus Terminal (Sai Tai @ Taling Chan) daily. For more visit Transport official site




By Rail:
There is no direct train to Phang Nga province; However, for those who prefer a classic trip traveling by train, Phunphin Train Station is the nearest station to reach Phang Nga province. After check-out from the bogies, catching a bus or Taxi to get Phang Nga respectively. For more info call Hua Lampong (Bangkok's Railway Station) tel:0-2223-7010, 0-2223-7020, 1690 or www.railway.co.th


By Private Car: From Bangkok, 1) driving along the National Highway #35 (Thon Buri-Pak Tho route) via Samut Songkram province then reaching to Highway #4 or A2 or else AH2 (Petchkasem Road--the main route through Southern) via Petchburi province and Hua Hin to Prachuap Khiri Khan, Chumphon , Ranong provinces. Passing Kapoe, Suk Samran districts and then reaching Khura Buri and Takua Pa districts of Phang Nga respectively. Total distance is approximately 788 km.
2) When reaching Chumphon, Alterating to take Highway #41 passing Lang Suan and Tha Chana through Khiri Rat Nikhom districts of Surat Thai province (last two ones) by turning right traffic at Ban Tha Rong Chang Junction to take Highway #401, then driving via Khiri Rat Nikhom and Ban Ta Khun. Remind yourself prepare to take a new route that is Highway #415 for destination Plai Phraya district along the road through Ao Luek and Takua Thung districts. Turning back to the Highway #4 or A2 or else AH2 again, driving through traffic along this route, passing Ban Khok Kloi and straight onto the road. Total distance is estimately 790 km., infact the latter route is the best way local used to drive mostly.

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PHUKET ISLAND





By Air: The best decision from Bangkok to Phuket Island is airplane taking airtime approximately an hour. For more information please contact Thai Airways Intl'

 



By Bus:
Both air-conditioned buses and non air-conditioed buses leave from Bangkok's Southern Bus Terminal (Sai Tai @ Taling Chan) daily. For more visit Transport official site




By Rail:
There is no direct train to Phuket province; However, for those who prefer a classic trip traveling by train, Phunphin Train Station is the nearest station to reach Phuket province. After check-out from the bogies, catching a bus or Taxi to get Phuket respectively. For more info call Hua Lampong (Bangkok's Railway Station) tel:0-2223-7010, 0-2223-7020, 1690 or www.railway.co.th


By Private Car: From Bangkok, 1) driving along the National Highway #35 (Thon Buri-Pak Tho route) via Samut Songkram province then reaching to Highway #4 or A2 (Petchkasem Road--the main route through Southern) via Petchburi province and Hua Hin to Prachuap Khiri Khan, Chumphon ,Ranong and Phang Nga provinces. Passing Khura Buri, Takua Pa and Thai Mueang districts taking along this route going to Highway #402. Go Straight on this route about 1 hour, then reaching the Sarasin Bridge and the welcome monumet of "PHUKET GATEWAY". Total distance is approximately 850 km.
                                                  2) When reaching Chumphon, Alterating to take Highway #41 passing Lang Suan and Tha Chana through Khiri Rat Nikhom districts of Surat Thai province (last two ones) by turning right traffic at Ban Tha Rong Chang Junction to take Highway #401, then driving via Khiri Rat Nikhom and Ban Ta Khun. Remind yourself prepare to take a new route that is Highway #415 for destination Plai Phraya district along the road through Ao Luek and Takua Thung district. Turning back to the Highway #4 or A2 again, driving through traffic along this route, passing Ban Khok Kloi and straight onto the Sarasin Bridge, then you will see the welcome monument "PHUKET GATEWAY". Total distance is estimately 862 km., infact the latter route is the best way local used to drive mostly.

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