Gardengrove Suites Boutique Serviced Residence

51 Sukhumvit Soi 16, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand
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Train service

by Emma_reading

Hi,
Im looking to go the the moon party on the 6th Dec at Ko Pha-ngan and then a couple of days after im looking to make my way to Karbie.what's the best way to do this? I know I could get a plane but I'm traveling on a budget and want to get the train to Karbie.
IAlthough I'm struggling to find information on trains for rates,availabilty and train times.

If anybody could let me know that would be great.

thanks.

Re: Train service

by leics

I don't know if you've already found this site, but you can download the Thai railway timetable etc in English here;

http://www.railway.co.th/english/index.asp

Re: Train service

by mim95

If you are on a budget, take a long distance bus down to Chumphon from Bangkok's southern bus terminal, then get a boat from Chumphon, any travel agents / hotels will be able to arrange the ticket for you at Chumphon. Do NOT take the night bus from Khao San Road, unless you want to have missing stuffs from your luggage. You can reach the southern bus terminal by bus (20 Baht or less) or taxi (100+ Baht).

Take the ferry from Phangan to Surat Thani, and then take a bus from there to Krabi town.

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Busy Busy but it serves its purpose

by LakeFever

This is the street that greets backpackers and travelers from around the world....there are lots of places to stay - some better than others - places to suit all budgets buts certainly nothing extravagant. People seem to stay for a day or two...maybe three....thats all you seem to need to see the sights, get sorted on your next destination and of course party till the wee hours of the morning.....note: the area directly on Kho San...we the road its self....actually shuts down about 12:30am....bars cant serve and neither do the variety stores for some road rockets....you can still hang around, enjoy a little food and people watch with a couple of road side brews.....Tip: at 12:15am, go to the 7/11 and buy a half dozens Singha's....you can then walk around well past the closing hours and chill out.....walk a few street away and everything seems to still be open. A rather fun time for a few nights....everyone coming and going AND if you put a little efforts into it, you'll see a good portion of the city. Price is still right - although food prices and beers at the bar are beginning to creep up to the 100B/beer ...tooo much especialy compared to the rest of Thailand. Kho San is what it is......some shopping for essentials and nto an averall bad place to start your travels. Good Luck. There are many thais hanging about on the street going to the bars and hanging out....going for walks we would come across different groups of partiers who were playing the guitar and singing or just sitting around....we had a good time interacting with them...of course we'd hav the traveler beers from the store and chillin in the late ngiht temps was cool...Usually out to 3 or so in the morning.

Chao Phraya River

by vigi

19th century Bangkok was laced with canals, giving the capital the designation 'Venice of the East'. Surviving canals, and the Chao Phraya River (River of Kings) provide memorable traditional waterborne way-of-life that has remained essentially unchanged over the centuries. A pleasant way to explore the city.

A great view in the Old Town

by jrs1234

A short walk from Democracy Monument is the Golden Mount, which is an artificial hill (topped by a Buddhist chedi) next to Wat Saket. There's a complicated road junction just before you get there, so try not to get lost - I managed to take a wrong turn on the way. It was a pretty good view though - worth the effort.

There's a small charge of 20 baht to get to the highest point, and there's also a small shop selling films and cold drinks - you may well need a drink if you've climbed up in the heat.

MONKS

by ancient_traveler

Don't be supprised if you see monks all over the place, on the street or in the bus. Buddhist monks are forbidden not to close near a woman and not to touched by woman. If, as a female, you wish to give something to a monk, you must hand it to a male first who will pass it on for you.

Singha Beer!

by machomikemd

Singha beer is the leading beer product in Thailand and the Boon Rawd Brewery Co. Ltd. (located in Bangkok, Thailand) Brews this popular beer. Singha has for many years been Thailand’s most popular beer.

Singha is a premium lager beer, specially brewed using barley malt and hops (not rice as some believe) to complement Thai food and the alcohol content is 6%. It is available everywhere and costs 50 Baht at Foodland Supermarkets and 7-11.

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