A couple of times a day the bus departs from the Donsak pier and makes it's way to Suratthani. This bus journey is quite doable, being only four hours long, and it's surprisingly comfortable. There's ample leg room for everybody. The cabin is well air conditioned, and while there's a bathroom on board this bus does end up making rest stops.
Travel of any kind can be stressful, but such stresses can be reduced if you book a private car. This way you and your squad can travel in complete peace and quiet, being driven around by an experienced driver. This journey may seem pricey but the cost includes three people, as does the cabin. The journey is also really short.
If you're looking for a more compact but equally affordable option for travel between Don Sak and Surat Thani, then the shared, standard minivan is right up your alley. These minivans depart multiple times per day and the journey is very short in comparison to other options.
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Standard Car 3 PAX by Kanokwan Travelwhich usually takes 1h
50 Km (Air)
Standard Minivan by Raja Ferry starting at US$5
Approximately, there are 18 departures each day. You can also book a private ride and leave whenever you want.