TRAVELING IN THAILAND: FROM BANGKOK TO KOH PHA NGAN | VLOG

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FREE EBOOKLET http://www.sweetnaturalliving.com Traveling in Thailand is one of the easiest things you can do. Be it by train, bus or airplane, Thailand has one of the best transport systems for travelers!

The ease of travel in Thailand has a lot to do with the general tourism of course. They know what people want, and where they want to go. That being said, Thailand has a deep culture of mass production, packing ingenuity, and pretty much everything being streamlined in terms of transportation. It all comes natural to Thais!

We traveled with a bike box each. Filled with a bicycle of course. A small extra fee had to be paid for both the train and bus, but it was by no means a lot of money. Travelling by train and bus in Thailand can be very cheap, ranging from 100-1000 baht for pretty long distances.

Sleeping on the overnight train is awesome! You get your own compartment where you will be lulled into sleep by the rhythmic sound of rail tracks clacking. Truly the way to go when traveling far. Especially since you don’t have to pay that extra night at the hostel!

When you arrive at your train destination, there is almost always buses there ready for you to take you where you need to go. In our case, it took us to the pier of Donsak, close to Surat Thani. Suddenly you’re on a boat, and before you know it you’re on the Island of Koh Phangan. The boat stops at Koh Samui and Koh Tao as well, by the way…

All in all, Thailand transport = no problem. Cheap, on time, reliable.

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Briannederland Travels says:

Good guide! This is helpful! 🙂

Qasim Amin Malik says:

How.much ticket

Megan Martin says:

Should I book the train ticket ahead of time or buy it when I get there

Slava Litvin says:

Wow We Liked with this very much

So inspired Thanks!

Arkansaswoodsman says:

hahaha Mads at the end ciao

Khanh So says:

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chief says:

How do you find long term accommodation on Koh pha ngan? Should I find online before I go or search when I get there? Thanks! x

Raphael Hafner says:

I personally would never dare to take a night train in Thailand.. so much shit happening there.. But honestly it looks quite tempting 😀

Libby and Marcel says:

Ah!! Our latest video is with the train from Chiang Mai to Koh Phangan!!
Welcome on the island!!

ahimsa says:

5:32 ah! saw you smiling for the first time (;
infinite love <3

Rev.Anita Eden-St.Faith says:

Thank you once again, I learn so much from your videos.

Balbinka2010 says:

go to pink bungalows in ban tai. the owner is lovely. he is my friend, tell him to eat like you. will probably not serve you to stay, but its a beautiful place to hang around and near is ban sabai with little lovely trance parties

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