How to get from HAT YAI to BANGKOK?

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How to get from Hat Yai to Bangkok? You can travel by tourist sleeper bus, train or plane.

Train – Hat Yai to Bangkok
Bus – Hat Yai to Bangkok
Flight – Hat Yai to Bangkok
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    • From the south to the north of Thailand – it could be this travel route – from Hat Yai to Bangkok (via Surat Thani). Take a vacation to Bangkok, a city where ancient history meets modernity, a city where ancient Buddhist temples coexist and state-of-the-art glass and steel shopping malls. Welcome to Bangkok, the beating heart of Southeast Asia. Bangkok is located on both banks of the Chao Praya River, just a few kilometers from its mouth into the Gulf of Siam, and can be divided into so-called new and old Bangkok. The logically right part is more touristically attractive and exposed – with the Royal Palace and hundreds of temples. It is estimated that there are about a thousand church buildings in all of Bangkok. Bangkok attracts many visitors and tourists all the time and if you are already in Thailand you should definitely visit this place. Why to travel to Bangkok from Hat Yai? Because there are direct flights or trains and it is a good idea if you want to travel to northern Thailand. Bangkok is the biggest transport hub and you can continue to travel e.g. to Ayutthaya or Chiang Mai. You can also travel by bus/plane from Bangkok to Laos or Cambodia. There are 3 ways how you can travel to Bangkok from Hat Yai in Thailand – take a direct flight (the fastest option), travel by train of Thai Railways or tourist bus.
    • Book train/bus tickets or flights from Hat Yai to Bangkok online

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From Hat Yai to Bangkok you can travel by train, tourist bus or plane.

    • Travel distance from Hat Yai to Bangkok in Thailand is about 950 km by road (bus or train), by plane it is about 800 km. The best way how to get to Bangkok from Hat Yai is to travel by plane, because there are direct flights every day. It takes only about 1.5 hour and flights are cheap, one-way flights start already at $30/pp. There are various thai airlines every day on this travel route. You can also travel by train of Thai Railways, but it takes a lot of time, about 14-18 hours. There are seat and sleeper trains from Hat Yai to Bangkok and they stop also in another places, e.g. in Surat Thani, Hua Hin… Another option is to travel by tourist bus, it takes about 12-15 hours and bus tickets cost about $24-38/pp. But it is better to travel by train, because buses are not so comfortable. If you will be traveling from Hat Yai to Bangkok by train or bus you can also visit another popular places in southern Thailand, e.g. Krabi, Koh Lanta, Phuket. You can book bus or train tickets, direct flights from Hat Yai to Bangkok easily online. From Bangkok you can go to Cambodia.

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How do you get from Hat Yai to Bangkok?


1. TRAIN from Hat Yai to Bangkok

    • travel by train of Thai Railways is the cheapest way of getting to Bangkok from Hat Yai
    • travel by train from Hat Yai to Bangkok takes about 14-18 hours
    • travel by train from Hat Yai to Bangkok costs about $10-65/pp
    • the most cheapest are seat trains, but there are also sleeper trains (1st – 2nd class)
    • the most expensive is the 1st class sleeper train
    • Book train tickets from Hat Yai to Bangkok via Chiang Mai online on 12go.asia icon-external-link-square or Baolau icon-external-link-square
    • if you book train tickets online via Baolau – you have to print your tickets
    • if you book train tickets online via 12go.asia – read the instructions before you book your tickets
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Train of Thai Railways from Hat Yai to Bangkok, 2nd class (photo: 12go.asia)


2. BUS from Hat Yai to Bangkok

    • another cheap way of transport to Bangkok from Hat Yai
    • there are seat and sleeper overnight tourist buses from Hat Yai to Bangkok
    • travel by tourist bus from Hat Yai to Bangkok takes about 12-15 hours
    • travel by tourist bus from Hat Yai to Bangkok costs about $24-38/pp
    • bus companies from Hat Yai to Bangkok: Siam Lane Tour,Transport Co, Piya…
    • there are modern tourist sleeper buses, day + overnight buses to Bangkok
    • Book and buy bus tickets from Hat Yai to Bangkok online on 12go.asia icon-external-link-square or Baolau icon-external-link-square
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Bus of Siam Lane Tour from Hat Yai to Bangkok (photo: 12go.asia)


3. DIRECT FLIGHT from Hat Yai to Bangkok

    • the best and fastest way of getting from Hat Yai to Bangkok
    • travel by plane, direct flight from Hat Yai to Bangkok takes about 1.5 hour
    • travel by plane, direct flight from Hat Yai to Bangkok costs about $25-130/pp
    • various airlines from Hat Yai to Bangkok: Nok Air, Thai AirAsia, Thai Lion Air, Thai Smile…
    • the most cheapest flights are low-cost flights, start at $30/pp
    • flights from Hat Yai International Airport to Don Mueang or Suvarnabhumi Airport
    • Book your direct flight from Hat Yai to Bangkok online on 12go.asia icon-external-link-square or Baolau icon-external-link-square
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Direct flight from Hat Yai to Bangkok is the most fastest way of transfer.


icon-calendar  Train Schedule – Timetable – Hat Yai to Bangkok + Tickets:

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Train Schedule - Hat Yai to Bangkok

Departs in Hat Yai

Arrival in Bangkok

Train SP42

16:23

05:55

Train SP38

18:10

10:10

Train RP172

15:39

09:15

Train SP46

18:10

10:10

Train SP32

18:45

10:30

Train RP170

14:45

09:00


icon-calendar  Bus Schedule – Timetable – Hat Yai to Bangkok + Tickets:

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Bus Schedule - Hat Yai to Bangkok

Departs in Hat Yai

Arrival in Bangkok

Siam Lane Tour bus

07:30

19:45

Siam Lane Tour bus

15:00

03:15

Piya

15:30

16:30

Siam Lane Tour bus

16:10

03:20

Siam Lane Tour bus

16:30

03:00

Siam Lane Tour bus

17:30

04:00

Siam Lane Tour bus

17:30

05:45

Piya

17:30

06:30

Siam Lane Tour bus

18:00

05:30

Siam Lane Tour bus

19:30

07:45

Siam Lane Tour bus

20:00

07:10

Transport Co

16:30

06:30


icon-info-circle FAQ + TIPS – Travel route from Hat Yai to Bangkok:

How to book tickets, flights, private car from Hat Yai to Bangkok?

    • Book train, bus tickets, direct flights from Hat Yai to Bangkok online on 12go.asia or Baolau.
    • You can book another tourist route, e.g. Hat Yai > Krabi, Krabi > Bangkok…

How long does it take to get from Hat Yai to Bangkok?

    • Travel by train of Thai Railways from Hat Yai to Bangkok takes about 14-18 hours.
    • Travel by tourist bus from Hat Yai to Bangkok takes about 12-15 hours.
    • Travel by plane from Hat Yai to Bangkok (direct flight) takes about 1.5 hour.

How much does it cost to get from Hat Yai to Bangkok?

    • To get by train from Hat Yai to Bangkok costs about $10-65/pp.
    • To get by tourist bus from Hat Yai to Bangkok costs about $24-38/pp.
    • To get by plane from Hat Yai to Bangkok (direct flight) costs about $30-130.

How far is Bangkok from Hat Yai?

    • Travel distance from Hat Yai to Bangkok is about 950 by train/bus and about 800 by plane.

What is the most cheapest way of travel from Hat Yai to Bangkok?

    • The most cheapest way of transport to Bangkok from Hat Yai is to travel by train. Train tickets start at $10/pp (hard seat), but it is better to book sleeper berth (1st or 2nd class trains).

What is the best / fastest way of transport from Hat Yai to Bangkok?

    • The best and fastest way how to get to Bangkok from Hat Yai is to travel by plane. There are various airlines and direct flights every day. You can also book low-cost flights, low-cost flights start already at $30/pp.

I´am already in Bangkok, where to travel?

    • From Bangkok you can travel to various places by various ways to northern Thailand, there are trains, tourist buses and flights to various places. One of the most frequented travel route is from Bangkok to Koh Chang. Another popular tourist site is Pattaya with various hotels, beaches and services for tourists. You can also travel to Angkor Wat in Siem Reap – Cambodia.

What you should not miss if you travel to Bangkok?

    • There are various interesting sites in southern Thailand. You can visit Koh Lanta, Krabi, Phuket or from Surat Thani you can travel by boat to Koh Samui, Koh Phangan or Koh Tao. Krabi is a popular site and from there you can go to Koh Phi Phi by boat. There are also international airports in Koh Samui and Krabi.

What you should visit in Bangkok?

    • Wat Traimit – Temple of the Golden Buddha. The church building, made famous by a huge golden Buddha statue, which is hidden inside. This golden colossus weighs 5,500 kilograms, it was created in the 13th century, but paradoxically it was not discovered until the middle of the 20th century. The golden statue was hidden under a layer of plaster, which did not peel off until the statue was manipulated in 1955.
    • Grand Palace – Royal Palace – The complex, the construction of which began in 1782, is still growing. The Grand Palace is the seat of the royal family and includes the Temple of the Emerald Buddha.
    • Wat Phra Kaew – Temple of the Emerald Buddha. However, the Emerald Buddha, which is paradoxically made of jadeite, is only about half a meter high. However, he is considered the patron saint of Bangkok and is one of the most sacred artifacts in all of Thailand.
    • Snake farm – among reptiles. Bangkok snake farm collects the venom of snakes bred here and produces serum from it, which it distributes to hospitals in the area. In addition, it is accessible to tourists who can watch the process. So if you do not suffer from phobia, then be sure to visit it.
    • Chinatown is located in one of the oldest areas of Bangkok. Come if you want to get to know Chinese culture to the fullest and enjoy the unforgettable atmosphere.
    • Sukhumit Road – the longest street in the world, one of the most modern areas in Bangkok. The length of the street is a respectable 400 km and stretches along the east coast of Thailand. It passes through the seaside resort of Pattaya and ends in the province of Trat on the border with Cambodia.
    • Wat Pho – founded in the 16th century and thus becoming the oldest temple in Thailand. The biggest attraction is certainly the huge 46 meter long and 15 meter high statue of the reclining Buddha, depicting the dying Buddha in the position of reaching nirvana.
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Bangkok is the capital of Thailand and the most important transport hub.
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Statues of Buddha in the temple in Bangkok.
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The Royal Palace in Bangkok is one of the most visited sites.
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You can also travel by boat in Bangkok, there are various canals.

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(You can change your travel route, e.g. Hat Yai > Surat Thani, Surat Thani > Bangkok…)


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