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Bangkok to Hat Yai

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3 ways to get from Bangkok to Hat Yai

Taking a Bus from Bangkok to Hat YaiDuration: 15h
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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.

  • Pros
    • Luggage allowance
    • Overnight accommodation replacement
    • Makes rest and bathroom stops
    • Meal provided
  • Cons
    • Non refundable
    • Very long journey
    • No return journeys available
    • Very long journey
    • No return journeys available
    • Not very updated or new cabin
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Taking a Train from Bangkok to Hat YaiDuration: 16h
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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?

  • Pros
    • Bathrooms on board
    • Excellent service provided by train hostesses
    • Luggage allowance
    • Affordable and accessible price
  • Cons
    • Non refundable
    • E-ticket *must* be exchanged for printed ticket
    • High demand: quick to overbook
    • No personal pick ups
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Taking a Flight from Bangkok to Hat YaiDuration: 1h 30m
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There are 5 operators that run from Bangkok to Hat Yai, with 26 departures per day. If you decide to take a Flight, you can take the Economy option.

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Bookaway's customers prefer Second Class Seat Train by Thai Railway

Economy Flight by Nok Air which usually takes 1h 30m

BUSKhao San Tara Tour | The Transport Co. Ltd.

TRAINThai Railway

FLIGHTThai Smile | Thai Vietjet | Nok Air | Thai Lion Air | Thai AirAsia

752 Km (Air)

Economy Flight by Thai Lion Air starting at US$17

Approximately, there are 39 departures each day.