Bus from Thailand to Myanmar

By bus from Thailand to Myanmar

Myanmar, the first step to cross the land border from Thailand is to walk all the way to the city closest to the border: Greenbus bus company operates this route. Hello, does anyone know if it is possible to take a bus from Tachileik to Mandalay? There is a direct bus from Yangon to Myawaddy.

Getting to Myanmar by bus from Thailand - Myanmar Message Board

Take a overnight bus from the Northern Bus Terminal from Bangkok to Mae Sot. From Karnchanaburi the first bus leaves at 5am and reaches the bus terminal at 7.30am. Take a city bus from here to Phunamron Border Crossing. The Thai and Myanmar checkpoints are about 4 km apart.

Otherwise, take a morterbiking cab to Myanmar checkpoint. From Chiang Mai you only have to cross the border at Mae Sot-Myawaddy. Take a green bus at 8.30am from Chiang Mai to Mae Sot.

Thorn-trip from Thailand to Myanmar by land

When you want to take a bus from the Myanmar frontier to Mandalay, why not Mae Sot/Myawady? Now there are frequent busses (possibly daily) and the street is pretty good and apart from a 30 km long mountain track from just east of Myawady to Kawkareik along the best street in Myanmar (built in Thai) it is mostly shallow as far as Mandalay.

The busses also run on the Yangon-Mandalay highway, so that overall it is much quicker than the three-day drive on Kengtung-Taunggyi Highway, even if you were permitted to take this route. Electronic visas are now the way, no need to attend an embassy or Chinese consist, but both Bangkok and Chiang Mai have Myanmar Visas for all cases.

Bangladesh Bus Fire Slays 20 Myanmar Immigrants in Thailand, SE Asia News & Top Stories

ANGKOK ( "AFP") - Twenty Myanmar immigrant labourers were killed early Friday (30 March) when the fire broke through a bus that took them from a Thai frontier city to Bangkok, officers said. "Pollawat Sapsongsuk of the Tak Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Center said to the AFP: "The casualty rate is now 20, with three wounded.

Stan Kittisak Boonchan, a paramedic in Tak county, informed journalists that 47 men were on the bus. At 1.25 a.m., the incident occurred in the north-western Tak county, bordering Myanmar, a spring for much of Thailand's vast migratory workforce. In Thailand, low-income migrants and low-paying migrants often suffer from security vulnerabilities and plunder.

According to the World Health Organisation, the UK has a low level of traffic accidents that kill around 24,000 lives on its streets every year. Eighteen dead last weekend when a bus crashed off the street and hit a northeast tower.

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