Buses depart multiple times a day from a central a Nakhon terminal and travels for about twelve hours to Bangkok. The buses are most often simple 32-seater, with ample leg room. It's quite an accessibly priced option available for booking. Even though there's a bathroom on board, the bus makes multiple rest stops on the way to Bangkok.
Save on your trip and have a comfortable overnight journey from Nakhon Si Thammarat to Bangkok by taking the train. It will also give you a glimpse of the local life all while chugging along to the capital city of Thailand.
Flying is the fastest and most comfortable way to get from Nakhon Si Thammarat to Bangkok. You’ll have different departure times to choose from and get more time to spend in Bangkok.
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