How to Travel Thailand by bus, train, ferry and airplane
How to Travel Thailand by Train, Bus and Ferry In a time when we do everything with our phones, it's good to have a reliable website where you can book all your Thailand trips online, at a good price and in just a few minutes. Buses, ferries, transfers, trains and even flights. At 12go.asia they [...]
How to Travel Thailand by Train, Bus and Ferry
In a time when we do everything with our phones, it’s good to have a reliable website where you can book all your Thailand trips online, at a good price and in just a few minutes. Buses, ferries, transfers, trains and even flights. At 12go.asia they have almost every types of (public) transports for all the main routes in Southeast Asia. Book all your trips from the same platform and most importantly, keep all your bookings and tickets in just one place. For your convenience, find your tickets directly with the 12go.asia tool below.
Is 12go.asia reliable and legit?
If like us your priority is price and convenience, the 12go.asia it’s right at the top off traveling apps in Southeast Asia. You can use their website for pretty much all your backpacking trips around.
No need to bargain. You can see in seconds all the different options for a route and pick the one that fits your budget and schedule.
No need to print tickets. Even if some recommend that you print your tickets, our experience is that just showing the receipt on your phone will always work. This way you don’t loose your tickets and you don’t need to look for a printer in a city you don’t know. Oh, and there is no waste of paper ;).
All your bookings on one platform. Imagine if you need to book 10 transfers during your trip in Thailand and you have 4 people with you. That’s 50 different tickets to hold with you or to have in your inbox. Forget that, book everything with the same website and save yourself some headaches.
It’s convenient. No need to go to a travel agency, book everything from your phone or computer.
Getting to Koh Phangan
From Koh Samui : There are at least 3 ferries a day from Koh Samui’s Big Buddha pier to Thongsala pier Seatran Discovery and Haad Rin Queen Ferry directly to Haad Rin. Boats also leaves from Nathon pier (Songserm Express) and Mae Nam pier Lomprayah) to Thongsala 3 times a day. From Koh Tao : get Songserm, Lomprayah or Seatran boats departs frequently from Mae Haad pier and arrives to Thongsala pier. Last boat from Tao to Phangan Island is 15:00.
Ferry and bus
From Bangkok : the cheapest way is take one of the overnight buses leaves Khaosan Road evening about 18.00 and in the next morning arrives Surathani, then take a boat.Bus and boat combo ticket can be arrange by travel agencies on Khaosan Road for about 700-900 Baht all the way to Koh Phangan.
Airplane and ferry
The nearest airport is Koh- Samui (USM) which has frequent flights from Bangkok (BKK) and Phuket, daily flights from Pattaya (U-Tapao), Singapore. Transortation to the ferry pier is easy to find at the airport. Ferries depart several times a day with the last one around 17.30.The next closest airport on the mainland is Surathani (URT) Ther
Train and ferry
Taking overnight train from Bangkok with proper bed is also comfortable way to get Koh Phangan. Trains stop early morning at Surathani,than buy bus and boat ticket to Phangan Island. Train tickets from Surathani back to Bangkok should be reserved in advance specially in high season.