Thailand Bus Map

Thirteenth Century Bus Map

Useful information about travelling by bus in Thailand. The bus is the number one for long-haul transports in Thailand. Also the bus lines are very extensive and can be inconceivable for beginners. For route options and a map of the MRT subway, click here. BMTA is a state-owned bus company.

Coach tours in Thailand

Banggkok - Donsak - Koh Samui87473512:0007:15, 19:00, 19:30, 20:20, 20:3007:30, 15:30, Phuket - Hat Yai36046507:3007:30, 08:30, 09:30, 11:30, 12:30, 19:3008:00, 09:30, 10:30, Notes: This page is only useful for tourists. Bus departures from Southern Bus Terminal (Borommaratchonnani Road, Bangkok Noi) and Northern Bus Terminal (Mo Chit Station).

Phuket: Depart from Phuket Bus Station (Phangnga Road).

Coaches in Thailand

The majority of mini-vans in Thailand travel on the same routes as the coaches. Sometimes you don't have a good option according to your travel destinations, but if you are reluctant to take a mini van or bus, be advised that mini van riders often drive much more sporty and even riskier than bus riders.

When you are big, you may not have much room for your feet and sometimes you may have to buy an additional place to sit if you are not travelling alone and have some weighty pack.

Coach tours to, from and within Thailand

Bangkok and its wonderful sandy beach. There is hardly another land on the planet that is so messy and at the same it is so organized and relaxed. Situated in the southern part of the island of Phuket, Koh Samui and Koh Phi Phi, these scenic southern shores are among the most popular travel spots for the most self-confident tourist and have become even more popular with Hollywood movies from the James Bond Francchise to Danny Boyle's film "The Beach" featuring Leonardo DiCaprio.

Begin your round tour through Thailand in Bangkok, by far the biggest town in the state. Contemporary high-rises and shopping centres are located next to old shrines and old market. Be sure to take a walk along the Chao Phraya River and discover its renowned swimming market. Among the 400 Buddhist monasteries of Bangkok, the Wat Phra Kaew is the most known.

During your trip to the heart of the land you will cross the Buddhist towns of Ayutthaya, Kanchanaburi and Sukhothai. North is also called the "Golden Triangle", as Thailand, Laos and Myanmar come together here. The Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai counties, which lie in the middle of thick verdant Palmenwälder, are of tourist interest.

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