Trat Transportation, The best way to visit Trat from Bangkok by Car and Bus

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Transportation
Getting There
By Car
From Bangkok, take Highway No. 34 (Bang Na-Trat) or Motorway to Chonburi, then use Highway No. 344 (Ban Bung-Klaeng) Arriving at Klaeng, turn onto Highway No. 3 and proceed to Trat. The total distance from Bangkok to Trat is 318 km.
By Bus
Both air-conditioned and non air-conditioned buses depart from Bangkok's Eastern Bus Terminal (Ekamai) to Trat every hour from 06.00 am. to midnight. From Bangkok the buses to Trat for 1st class air-conditioned buses , 24-seat VIP air-conditioned buses , regular buses. The trip takes five to six hours by air-conditioned bus or about eight hours by regular bus.

For more information, contact Transport Co. Ltd at Tel. 0 2391 4164, Choet Chai Tour Tel: 0 2391 2237, Chok Anukun Tour Tel. 0 2392 7680 and Suppharat Tour Tel. 0 2391 2331.
Several non air-conditioned buses leave daily, starting from 07.00 am. - 11.00 pm. Tel.0 2391 2504. Air-conditioned buses leave every 1.30 hours, starting from 07.00 am. - 11.00 pm. (Tel. 0 2 391 4164).

From Chanthaburi to Trat, the regular bus takes about 30 minutes. If one goes by taxi from Chanthaburi to Trat, it takes around 45 minutes. Timetables
By Plane
Bangkok Airways operates 2 flights daily from Bangkok to Trat and vise versa.Timetables