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Bus to ThailandOnce you've come to the end of your stay in Singapore or Malaysia, you can take the bus up to Thailand, Malaysia's colorful northerly neighbor. Thailand has plenty to see, lots to try and heaps to experience. If you're keen to get to Thailand by bus, then have a look at the useful details below, because going to Thailand by bus is actually very fun and very easy.
That said, traveling to Thailand by bus is bound to be a lengthy journey. But this bus trip is a wonderful opportunity to immerse yourself in the respective countries you're traveling through. You'll get a real feel for the land and for the people. It's how most of the locals travel, after all, and you'll be able to truly experience what the people's lives are like.
Apart from the stunning views from your window, the friends you'll make along the way and the fun you'll have, going to Thailand by bus will be also your cheapest option by far.
A couple of useful tips:
1. Some bus legs can be quite long, so always make sure you have some snacks and water on you.
2. Due to some of the lengthy legs, visit the bathroom when your bus makes a stop.
3. Try to get a seat by the window, because some of the views are simply stunning.
4. Don't get your bus tickets from the many touts you'll come across - you'll end up paying more.
5. Carry a jumper on you, because some of the bus air-cons are set to "Arctic".
The bus stops at 10 different locations in Thailand, the main ones being Bangkok, Hat Yai, Krabi, Koh Samui and Phuket. Just select your destination in the dropdown below. All your journey's details will be displayed, so you'll know exactly where to get on the bus, where to get off and what the bus tickets will cost etc.
Want to book your bus tickets to Thailand online? Use below form for real-time bus reservations. Instant confirmation of your bus seats.
NOTE: Peak season is March and July - August
Note: You can use above reservation form for all bus journeys from
Singapore to Malaysia and Thailand
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