- 1 Is there a train from Bangkok to Trat?
- 2 How do I get from Bangkok to Sattahip?
- 3 How do I get from Bangkok to Koh Kood?
- 4 How do I get from Tran Airport to Koh Chang?
- 5 How do I book a bus from Bangkok to Phuket?
- 6 How safe is Thailand?
- 7 How far is Bangkok to Phuket by plane?
- 8 Is Koh Kood worth visiting?
- 9 Can you drive to Koh Kood?
- 10 How do I get to Koh Kood?
Is there a train from Bangkok to Trat?
Travel from Bangkok to Trat by trains Train is the cheapest transportation in Thailand. You can book your tickets in advance online (book here). For sleepers in overnight trains, it is strongly advised to book at least 8 days in advance.
How do I get from Bangkok to Sattahip?
You can take a bus from Bangkok Mochit Bus Terminal to Sattahip via Laem Chabang and Sattahip in around 3h 49m. Alternatively, State Railway of Thailand operates a train from Hua Lamphong to Phlu Ta Luang once daily. Tickets cost ฿85 – ฿1100 and the journey takes 4h 25m.
How do I get from Bangkok to Koh Kood?
Travel distance from Bangkok to Koh Kood is totally about 350 km by bus and ferry via Trat town. The best and fast option how to reach Koh Kood from Bangkok is to take a direct flight to Trat Airport and from Trat port you can travel by ferry to Koh Kood.
How do I get from Tran Airport to Koh Chang?
The total travelling time from Trat Airport to your hotel on Koh Chang will be around 2 to 2 and a half hours. From the airport to the ferry pier is just a 20 minute drive. Ferries run every 45 minutes from early morning until 19:00. Passengers arriving on PG307 are guaranteed to make the last ferry.
How do I book a bus from Bangkok to Phuket?
Before taking a bus from Bangkok to Phuket, you’ll have to get from Suvarnabhumi Airport to Bangkok Southern Bus Terminal ( 2.5 hours ). The trip by express bus takes a minimum of 13 hours 10 minutes depending on the carrier. Ticket prices also vary – from $19 to $28 depending on the class (first, second, or VIP).
How safe is Thailand?
Thailand is generally a safe country to visit, but it’s smart to exercise caution, especially when it comes to dealing with strangers (both Thai and foreigners) and traveling alone. Assault of travelers is relatively rare in Thailand, but it does happen. Possession of drugs can result in a year or more of prison time.
How far is Bangkok to Phuket by plane?
Flight distance from Bangkok to Phuket (Suvarnabhumi Airport – Phuket International Airport) is 417 miles / 671 kilometers / 362 nautical miles. Estimated flight time is 1 hour 17 minutes.
Is Koh Kood worth visiting?
Koh Kood, which is also often spelled as Koh Kut, is a great island to visit and probably the best in Thailand for lovers of beaches, jungles and waterfalls. Plus the roads are almost deserted, making it an ideal island for exploring by scooter. As with Koh Mak there isn’t a vehicle ferry to the island.
Can you drive to Koh Kood?
Koh Kood Private Transfers by Car or Minibus The vehicles are just for you, no sharing and they travel direct to the pier, wioth a couple of stops along the way. Journey time, door to pier, is around 4.5 to 5 hours from a Bangkok hotel or Suvarnabhumi Airport, with prices from 3,800bt.
How do I get to Koh Kood?
There are other ways that you can get from Bangkok to Koh Kood, such as traveling independently via Trat. You could catch a flight from Bangkok to Trat and then take a taxi from the airport to the ferry, or get a bus to Trat and then the ferry.