How do I get from Bangkok to Trat?

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How do I get from Bangkok to Trat?

From Bangkok, regular buses and minibuses depart Ekkamai (Eastern) terminal for Trat at least once per hour from 05:00 to 23:00 for around 200 baht. Buses depart Bangkok’s Morchit (Northern) terminal for Trat at 07:30, 11:00, 18:00 and 22:00 for 240 baht. The trip from Bangkok takes around five hours.

How do I get from Chiang Mai to Trat?

The best way to get from Trat to Chiang Mai is to fly which takes 6h and costs ฿2600 – ฿8500. Alternatively, you can bus, which costs ฿800 – ฿1300 and takes 16h 5m. How long is the flight from Trat to Chiang Mai? There is no direct flight from Trat Airport to Chiang Mai Airport.

Is Koh Chang touristy?

Koh Chang is Thailand’s third largest island but is nowhere near as developed or bustling as the two largest – Phuket and Samui. It is far less touristy and far less well-known. This means Koh Chang is definitely worth visiting if you want to avoid the crowds.

Is Koh Chang worth visiting?

Is Koh Chang worth visiting? Koh Chang is 100% worth visiting. We’d not only put it up there with Thailand’s top islands, but also among the lesser-known islands in the Land of Smiles, which means you shouldn’t find an overload of crowds.

How long is the ferry from Trat to Koh Chang?

Koh Chang is serviced by two main ferry piers, Ao Thammachat and Centerpoint; both are located in the district of Laem Ngop and can be reached within only 30 minutes from Trat. Ferries depart every hour from 06:00 am to 07:30 pm, crossing time is 45 minutes.

How do you get from Koh Samui to Chiang Mai?

Train, ferry

  1. Take the train from Chiang Mai to Bang Sue Junction.
  2. Take the train from Bang Sue Junction to Surat Thani Train Station.
  3. Take the ferry from Lomprayah Tapee River Surat Thani City to Koh Samui Nathon Pier.

How do you get from Koh Kood to Chiang Mai?

There is no direct connection from Chiang Mai to Koh Kood Resort, Ko Kood. However, you can take the bus to Chiang Mai International Airport, take the walk to Chiang Mai airport, fly to Trat, take the walk to Trat Airport, take the bus and ferry to Ko Kood, then take the taxi to Koh Kood Resort, Ko Kood.

Is Koh Chang cheap?

Fortunately, prices on the island are much cheaper compared to other popular islands like Ko Phi Phi. And its relative size and location mean that even when the island is busy, it doesn’t feel that busy. Despite its recent increase in tourism, Ko Chang still offers a lot of peace and quiet.