How to travel from Tak to Bangkok

By direct bus the journey from Tak to Bangkok is scheduled take 8 hours. There are no direct flights from Tak to Bangkok, and Tak is not connected to the railway network.

Bus Times from Tak to Bangkok


There is currently one direct direct bus service a day from Tak to Bangkok.

TakBangkokCompanyCostService
08:3016:30Transport Co349 THBVIP 31

Bus Tickets from Tak to Bangkok


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Tak Bus Station


Direct bus services from Tak to Bangkok depart from Tak Bus Terminal.

Google Map of Tak Bus Terminal

Bangkok Bus Station


Direct bus services from Tak to Bangkok terminate at Bangkok Northern Bus Terminal.

Google Map of Bangkok Northern Bus Terminal

About Travel to Bangkok


In terms of cost and convenience Bangkok the best way to travel from Tak to Bangkok is by direct bus. You could in theory travel more quickly by taking a bus to Mae Sot (which takes around 2 hours) and then flying from Mae Sot to Bangkok (which takes a little over an hour), however, taking account of connections times travelling via Mae Sot will take at most 4 hours off your journey time (compared to travel by bus) and cost ten times as much. Flights from Mae Sot to Bangkok are relatively expensive, and generally need to be booked some time in advance as there are relatively few flights a day on this route.

Bus to Bangkok at Tak Bus Terminal
Bus to Bangkok at Tak Bus Terminal

Bus services from Tak to Bangkok terminate at Morchit Bus Station, which Bangkok’s main bus terminal. Morchit is located to the north of the city near Chatuchak Park. At the moment there is no pedestrian access from Morchit Bus Station to any of Bangkok’s rapid suburban railway networks. Travel from Morchit Bus Station to other destinations in Bangkok is slightly inconvenient as you need to either take a bus or a taxi all the way to where you are going or at least as far as the closest BTS (overhead suburban railway) or MRT (metro) stations. The cheapest way to get to the nearest BTS or MRT station is take the frequent A1 shuttle bus service to Don Mueang Airport which stops on route close to both Chatuchak MRT Station and Mo Chit BTS Station. There are plans to build a pedestrian walkway from Morchit Bus Station to the newly opened Bang Sue Grand Station, and when that happens it will be easy for passengers arriving by bus to join the metro at Bang Sue MRT Station.

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