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Esistono 4 modi per arrivare a Bangkok da Phuket

Prendendo un Autobus da Phuket a BangkokDurata: 13h
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Ci sono 6 operatori che collegano Phuket a Bangkok., con 12 partenze al giorno. Se decidi di viaggiare tramite Autobus, puoi avvalerti delle opzioni Turistico.

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Prendendo un Minivan da Phuket a BangkokDurata: 12h
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Ci sono 1 operatori che collegano Phuket a Bangkok.. Se decidi di viaggiare tramite Minivan, puoi avvalerti delle opzioni VIP.

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Prendendo un Macchina da Phuket a BangkokDurata: 12h
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Ci sono 1 operatori che collegano Phuket a Bangkok.. Se decidi di viaggiare tramite Macchina, puoi avvalerti delle opzioni Standard.

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Prendendo un Volo da Phuket a BangkokDurata: 1h 30m
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Ci sono 6 operatori che collegano Phuket a Bangkok., con 28 partenze al giorno. Se decidi di viaggiare tramite Volo, puoi avvalerti delle opzioni Economy.

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About the journey from Phuket to Bangkok

After refreshing yourself with the beachside relaxation that is inevitable with a trip to Phuket, you will be ready to embark on your next adventure in the culturally rich capital city of Bangkok. Things to do in Bangkok include visiting the beautifully adorned Buddhist temples, perusing the markets of Chinatown, taking a river tour, and experiencing a night out on the famous Khao San Road

Traveling the 840-kilometer (522 mile) trip from Phuket to Bangkok is easily taken by bus. The journey can be booked through a couple of operators at several times throughout the day or even traveling overnight. Buses come in a few different class options but whatever bus you take, you can be assured that there will be lots of extra amenities available to maximize your comfort.

It is recommended to take a bus overnight if your itinerary allows it as it is a good way to save paying for an extra night’s accommodation. Due to the length of the journey of around 14 to 15 hours, you can pass a lot of this time while sleeping on the reclining seats fitted in every bus.

When you arrive in Bangkok, the sights, sounds, and smells will wrap you up in an exhilarating mix of Thai culture. The buzz in the city encourages exploration and a desire to go out and meet the travelers and locals who make up this melting pot capital. 


What to see when traveling from Phuket to Bangkok

The trip from the southern province, where Phuket is located, up to Bangkok is a long journey, on roads lined with naturally beautiful sights. There are national parks along the way including the huge Kaeng Krung national park which contains jungle trails and waterfalls. The route follows the coastline, letting you enjoy the peaceful ocean views for some of the journey. Rest stops along the way will mostly be at gas stations or roadside markets, but you can be sure to spot some interesting Thai snacks worth sampling.

If you travel overnight, the roads should be relatively quiet and dark to allow you to get some sleep. Waking up the next day, you will begin entering the busy roads of Bangkok that are buzzing with traffic. There are lots of great sights when entering the city, as Bangkok is full of highly decorated temples and shrines, some of which are visible from the road. 


How to get from Phuket to Bangkok

Phuket to Bangkok is a journey commonly traveled by bus. There are a few bus operators to choose from that depart several times a day from Phuket. Some trips require overnight travel which is a good opportunity to sleep away most of the trip and helps you save a night’s worth of accommodation expenses. 

Due to the long journey, buses offer comforts such as reclining seats, blankets, and toilet facilities. Air conditioning is often turned up high on these buses, so it is recommended to wear a light but warm layer on the journey. 

Snacks and drinks are also provided, but it is advisable not to completely rely on this to keep you full throughout the journey. Buses on the road from Phuket to Bangkok take rest stops, so you can be assured you will have extra options for toilet facilities and the chance to purchase food and drinks at each pitstop. 

Each bus operator has its own rules regarding cancellation policies and recommended times to arrive at the bus station before departing. When you arrive in Bangkok, your bus will drop you at its centrally located arrival zone in the city. From there you can easily grab a tuk-tuk or taxi to your accommodation to freshen up before heading out to the food markets and filling up on traditional Thai delicacies. 


When is the best time of year to visit Phuket?

The best time of year to visit Phuket is between November and April, as this is the dry season and therefore lets you make the most of the beach and outdoor activities. The high season is between December and March so accommodation and transport may be best booked in advance. 


When is the best time of year to visit Bangkok?

The best time of year to visit Bangkok is, like most places in Thailand, during the dry season. For Bangkok, this is approximately between December and March, although the surrounding months are not too extreme. The temperature averages at around 75°F (24°C) during this time, while the evenings can drop to a reasonable 60°F (20°C). It only becomes significantly wetter and hotter from May onwards.

Recensioni della corsa da Phuket a Bangkok

  • P
    It was alright
    We had tree kids with us and it went fine. At 11pm they stopped fore a free meal.
  • A
    Bad exoerience
    The driver was constantly talking on the cell phone while driving. The bus departed late by 90 minutes and there was no one to guide. Very very unprofessional.
  • Y
    Good trip. Would recommend
    The bus is was clean and left on time. Staff were friendly and helpful. The advertisement that the bus doesn’t stop to pick up people on the way is incorrect but that didn’t bother us. Seats were spacious and even have massagers in the seat! Only negative was that the USB chargers didn’t work in any of the seats (we tried multiple) but staff did offer to charge at the front for us. I slept the whole way from Phuket to Bangkok so no complaints!
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I clienti di Bookaway preferiscono Turistico Autobus di Naga Travel

Economy Volo di Nok Airche solitamente impiega 1h 30m

AUTOBUSNaga Travel | Thai Sriram | Khao San Tara Tour | Sombat Tour | The Transport Co. Ltd. | Bus Express

MINIVANBangkok Taxi 24

AUTOMOBILIBangkok Taxi 24

VOLIThai Lion Air | Thai Smile | Thai Vietjet | Thai AirAsia | Nok Air | Thai Airways International

688 Km (in linea d'aria)

Economy Volo di Thai Vietjet a partire da USD 22

Ci sono circa 40 partenze ogni giorno. Puoi anche prenotare un trasporto privato e partire quando vuoi.