The Heritage Hotels Sathorn

Soi Sathorn 13 Yannawa Sathorn, (formerly CK House), Bangkok, 10120, Thailand
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Bangkok to Phuket then Phi Phi Island

by donnanolasco

how long would it take via train from bangkok to phuket then from phuket going to phi phi island? What time is the last trip from bangkok going to phuket? Will be arriving in bangkok past 23:00h and I'm planning to go straight from the airport to the train station if its possible? thanks

Re: Bangkok to Phuket then Phi Phi Island

by lotharscheer

Train to Phuket, you have to change in Surat Thani to bus , last train at 22.50, first at 8.05. First bus from Bankok southern bus terminal at 5.
http://www.railway.co.th/English/Time_HTML.asp

Re: Bangkok to Phuket then Phi Phi Island

by lotharscheer

For Ko Phi Phi going by train,traveling time via Krabi is a little shorter, you have also to change in Surat Thani.

Re: Bangkok to Phuket then Phi Phi Island

by mim95

I think you are too late for the train. Not sure about if there are still flights to Phuket. Actaully, I wouldn't bother taking the train, Surat Thani is too far away (4 hours I think), and then you have to catch a bus to Phuket.

I would suggest you to just find a hotel near the airport and catch the morning flight to Phuket. Try Air Asia, Bangkok Airways or Thai Airways. There are other airlines, but they fly out from another airport.

Re: Bangkok to Phuket then Phi Phi Island

by Josilver

I think you would be much better to catch a plane. Phi Phi Island was about a 40 minute boat ride from phuket town.

Re: Bangkok to Phuket then Phi Phi Island

by divefy

I would recommend that you fly to Phuket from Bangkok.
Air Asia operates vrom Suvarnabhumi Airport.
Nok Air and Orient operates from Don Meung Airport.
It's about an hour flight from Bangkok and will cost you about 1500Baht one way.
And from Chalong Pier in Phuket, it'll take about an hour to 2 hours depending on what boat ur taking.

http://www.airasia.com/my/en/home.html
http://www.nokair.com/NokConnext/aspx/Welcome.aspx
https://www.flyorientthai.com/en/booking/index.php


But if you HAVE all the TIME in the world and would like to try alternative transport mode, I guess a train ride sounds good as well~


Have a safe trip

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Claim VAT - Tax Refund

by azurecool

Incase you are wondering how much is the VAT - the tax refund is 7%.
To claim the tax,
1) You must spend a minimum of 2,000 Baht at a single store that has the "VAT Refund For Tourist" sign.
2) Then you can ask the shop to issue you a P.P.10 form on the same day. It's a yellow coloured form, you may be asked to show your passport at the customer service counter (where they usually issue the forms)
3) Once you have accumulate a minimum of 5,000 Baht from all your shopping, bring the P.P.10 forms to the VAT counter at the Departure Hall - BEFORE u check in. Just follow the Blue Signs on "VAT Custom Office".
4) The forms are then STAMPED by the custom officers. You may be asked to show the goods that you have purchased then.
5) Proceed to check in the items if you want or for more expensive items eg jewellery or watches etc, you may want to carry with you, incase they want to do the LAST check after you have gone into the customs.
6) Proceed to customs and keep a look out for the VAT Refund counters.
7) Pay 1 Baht to VAT Refund officers as processing fee.....
8) DONE !!

Some items such as gem stones are not applicable for VAT though ....

Democracy Monument

by awayhome

A-Nu-Sa-Va-Ree-Pra-Cha-Thip-Pa-Tai or The Democracy Monument, located in a traffic roundabout on Ratchadamnoen Avenue, symbolizes the most important change in the Thai political system, from absolute monarchy to constitutional monarchy that took place on 24 June 1932. The foundation stone of the monument was laid on June 24, 1939 and the monument was completed the next year. So far, it is the most outstanding and biggest monument in Bangkok.

Ayutthaya

by sunnywong

This city, located about 80 km north of Bangkok, is an ancient capital from 1350 until 1767 when the city was destroyed by Burmese invaders. Ayutthaya has many temple ruins worth visiting.
For more information about Ayutthaya, down load it's pdf documents:(http://www.tat.or.th/do/pdf/ayutthaya.pdf)

Traditional Dress

by hassan_abu

This picture was taken in the compound of the Temple of Doom. For a small fee, you can take a picture with these girls. However, please make sure you set your camera properly and teach the one taking your picture how to use your camera. Not doing so, will result in this kind of pictures. I am not actually complaining though :)

Dining Etiquette

by machomikemd

If you are invited to a Thai's house:
. Arrive close to the appointed time, although being a few minutes late will not cause offence.
. Check to see if the host is wearing shoes. If not, remove yours before entering the house.
. Ask another guest to confirm the dress code.
. Step over the threshold rather than on it. This is an old custom that may be dying out with younger Thais, but erring on the side of conservatism is always a good idea

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Address: Soi Sathorn 13 Yannawa Sathorn, (formerly CK House), Bangkok, 10120, Thailand