Both air-conditioned and non air-conditioned buses depart from Eastern Bus Terminal (Ekkamai) to Chanthaburi
every hour from 4 am. midnight.
|For more information
|Transport Co. Ltd
||Tel. 0 2391 2504
|Choet Chai Tour
||Tel. 0 2391 4146
|Phon Nipha Tour
||Tel. 0 2391 5179
||Tel. 0 2391 2331
, take Highway No. 34 (Bang Na-Trat) or Motorway to Chonburi, then use Highway No. 344 (Ban
Bung-Klaeng) and proceed to Chanthaburi along Highway No.3. The total distance is 308 km.
From Bangkok, take Highway 3 via Bangna-Chonburi-Bangsan-Sri Racha-Pattaya-Sattaheab-Baan Chang-Rayong.
The total distance is 330 km.
From Bangkok, take Highway 344 (Baan Baung - Klaeng) from Km. 98, Sukhumvit Road, Chonburi, via Baan Baung
in Chonburi - Wang Chan and Klaeng in Rayong
. Then, follow Highway 3 to Chanthaburi. The total distance is 266 km.
The route bridging the north eastern and the eastern region. Start at Km. 200 on Highway 33 in Kabinburi, Prajinburi,
turn right at Km. 230 in Sa Kaew to Highway 317 via Wang Nam Yen, Soi Dao, Pong Nam Ron, Makham to Chanthaburi. Total Distance form
Kabinburi in Prajinburi to Chanthaburi is 219 km.
As in most rural Thai provinces there are typically songtaews that follow established routes around the provincial capital and between towns within the province.
Songtaews, motorbike taxis, and some form of tuk tuk are usually available for private charter as well. If you want to travel further afield ask your hotel if they
can arrange a car and driver for the day or direct you to the local bus services.