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Travel and transport

Thailand has well-developed transportation system, which consists of aviation, land and railway transport.

More than sixty airports, located in Thailand, service both domestic and international air traffic. Travelling by air is the fastest and one of the most convenient ways to get to any Thai province.

A thousand mile trip is just a two-hour flight and by train it usually takes more than twenty hours, but it is one of the cheapest and most relaxing ways to get to any major city of Thailand.

Another mode of transport, which allows you to enjoy the beauty of tropical landscapes, to relax and have a good sleep during the trip, is a bus. Thai bus system has several classes of busses which vary in size, type and cost of travel. The long-distance VIP busses provide a good quality service with spacious seats, air-conditioning and complimentary meals and drinks.

Local and city busses are not as comfortable as most of long-distance ones but they are the best choice to hop on and explore the neighborhood. Moreover, the transportation system of almost every city includes car and motorbike taxis and tut tuks – the iconic Thai open-air trikes.

Before the times of industrial and economic growth of Thailand the only means of public transport  in the capital was water taxi, while nowadays you can enjoy a ride across Bangkok in hi-tech air-conditioned sky-train and subway. Besides, Bangkok has more taxis than most cities on the planet and the rates are lower than anywhere in the western world.

The prices for taxi in Phuket are much higher than in Bangkok but they are always negotiable. All public land transport in the island is more expensive than on the continent, but the cost of long-distance bus tickets is quite the same. Phuket is also accessible by air and has the second biggest international airport in the country.

The system of transportation in Thailand is modern, comfortable and affordable and it lets one choose the most convenient way of traveling. 


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    Patong is considered as the most well-known seaside holiday place in entire Phuket. Endless varieties of nightlife make it a perfect place for vivid parties and crazy hanging out. There are hundreds of clubs, fine restaurants, interesting bars and discos located in the famous walking road called Bangla. However, a large plot of area is quite quiet corners.

  • 23 Nov 2015

    Phuket tips for Traveler

    “Success does not consist in never making mistakes but in never making the same one a second time” is a very popular quote by Bernard Shaw. So we want to share accumulated experience of Phuket travelers you to avoid the same mistakes which can spoil your vacation easily. Here are some useful Phuket tips and advice for tourists.

  • 23 Nov 2015

    Trip from Phuket to Krabi

    Krabi is one of huge amount of provinces in Thailand, the village is located roughly 190 km eastwards of Phuket. It is a rapidly developing touristic place in Southern Thailand.

  • 19 Nov 2015

    Phuket or Krabi. Which destination to choose

    Phuket is one of the most popular resorts in Thailand, but recently, another southern province Krabi is becoming liked by a lot of foreigners. In that regard, many tourists who want to relax comfortably and inexpensively, ask the question “Where is it better to go to Phuket or Krabi?”