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Travel within Thailand:
Thai Airways International (THAI) operates a wide domestic network with daily flights linking virtually all major towns with Bangkok. Ground transportation is extremely comprehensive and comparatively inexpensive. There are convenient rail connections with the North, Northeast and South, while air conditioned coach and government bus services are operated from Bangkok to all town throughout the country. Rental cars are also readily available.

89 Vibhavadi-Rangsit Road ,Bangkok 10900 Tel : 02-545-1000

Flight schedule for departure and landing in 24 hours
Tel : (662) 1566

Domestic Tel : (662) 535-2081-2
International Tel : (662) 535-2846-7

Bangkok Airways South East Asia comprises of many nations: Thailand, Laos, Myanmar (Burma), Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, Phillipines, and Indonesia. Thailand is a country of around 60 million people with the size of France. Thai is a common language with many dialects spread throughout the country. English is commonly spoken among business and trade circles. You will not have a problem with rudimentary English with many shops and getting around

Head Office
99 Mu 14, Vibhavadirangsit Rd., Chom Phon, Chatuchak, Bangkok, 10900, Thailand
Tel : 66 (0) 2265 5678
Fax : 66 (0) 2265 5500
Ticket/Reservation : 66 (0) 2265 5555
Reservation Center : 1771

Airport Office
Tel : 66 (0) 2977 8120-9
Fax : 66 (0) 2535 3487
Ticket / Reservation : 66 (0) 2535 4880
Fax : 66 (0) 2535 3361
Ticket : 66 (0) 2535 3756

Cars: Thailand is an outstanding country to tour with rented transport. Traffic is moderate and manageable, except in Bangkok. Highways are in good condition, and directional signs are often in English. Less expensive rentals are available from local agencies, but make sure to check the condition of the car thoroughly before handing over your money. An international driver's license is required, and insurance is mandatory to be able to drive in Thailand.

Trains: An efficient rail system links major northern and northeastern towns with the Bangkok. A southern route permits the visitor to travel by train into Malaysia and Singapore. Domestic express trains include first, second, and third- class cars. Slower trains may have only third-class seats. For four major regions northern, northeastern, southern and eastern can be traveled by train from Bangkok Railway Station (Hualumpong).
For more information regarding railway schedules, contact:
Bangkok Railway Station; Tel: (02) 225-0300, 223-0341-8, 223-7461

Buses: Bus transport in Thailand is fast, clean and reasonably comfortable for shorter journeys. Most buses provide reclining airline-style seats and video movies. Both air-conditioned and non-air-conditioned buses are available on major routes. The cheapest are the ordinary coaches operated by the government bus company called Bor Kor Sor. Air-conditioned buses operated by independent companies are usually 30 to 70% more expensive, but complimentary meals and transportation from your hotel to the bus terminals are often included.

Bangkok's Northern Bus Terminal; Phahonyothin Road
Tel (02) 936-3659-60
Bangkok's Northeastern Bus Terminal; Phahonyothin Road
Tel (02) 936-2852-66 ext. 611
Bangkok's Southern Bus Terminal; Pinklao-Nahkon Chaisri Road
Tel (02) 434-5558, 435-1190, 435-1200
Bangkok's Eastern Bus Terminal; Sukhumwit Road
Tel (02) 391-8097, 391-9829, 392-9227

Provided by Tourism Authority of Thailand

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Happiness in Thailand
Bangkok Office : Tel. (66) 2751 5267 to 8 (66) 2325 0927 to 8 (66) 2751 5224 Fax. (66) 2325 0926
Hotline : (66) 8 1850 3416, (66) 8 3989 6455

Email : reservation@lantaresort.com Attn : Ms. Polly
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