Another way to travel between Bangkok and Hat Yai is to book a ticket for the bus. This is a really straightforward option, which provides equally comfortable accommodations as the train (but for a bit less). The seats slightly recline in a fully air conditioned cabin.
When traveling from Bangkok to Hat Yai you can choose to go from A to B using the train service. This is a second class train, meaning the cabins are completely open and shared. The berths are upright seats during the day, which convert into beds by night. The cabin is well air conditioned. What more might you need for such a long journey?
There are 5 operators that run from Bangkok to Hat Yai, with 4 departures per day. If you decide to take a flight, you can take the Economy option.
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Economy flight by Nok Airwhich usually takes 1h 30m
136 Km (Air)
Second Class Seat train by Thai Railway starting at US$17