Travel from Koh Samet to Bangkok

The easiest way to travel by public transport from Koh Samet to Bangkok is to take a joint speedboat and bus service. The journey takes from 4 to 5 hours depending upon which service you take.

Bus Times from Koh Samet to Bangkok


There are currently 17 joint speedboat and bus services a day from Koh Samet to Bangkok available to book online.

Koh SametBangkokTicketCompany
09:0014:00฿ 350PN Group
09:0014:00฿ 360Nuanthip
10:0014:00฿ 450Phittinin Transport
11:0016:00฿ 350PN Group
11:0015:30฿ 360Nuanthip
11:0015:00฿ 450Nuanthip
11:1516:05฿ 440PN Group
12:0017:00฿ 350PN Group
12:0017:00฿ 360Nuanthip
13:0018:00฿ 350PN Group
13:0017:30฿ 360Nuanthip
13:0017:00฿ 450Phittinin Transport
13:1518:05฿ 440PN Group
15:0020:00฿ 350PN Group
15:0019:30฿ 360Nuanthip
15:0019:00฿ 450Phittinin Transport
16:3020:30฿ 450Phittinin Transport
  • Most of these services terminate at Bangkok’s Eastern Bus Terminal. See below for more details about Bangkok’s Eastern Bus Terminal.

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Koh Samet Boat and Ferry Pier


Joint speed boat and bus services from Koh Samet to Bangkok depart from Na Dan Pier in Koh Samet.

Google Map of Na Dan Pier

Bangkok Bus Station


Joint speedboat and bus services from Koh Samet to Bangkok terminate at the Eastern Bus Terminal in Bangkok.

Google Map of Ekkamai Bus Station

About Travel from Koh Samet to Bangkok


The final destination for joint boat and bus services from Koh Samet to Bangkok is Bangkok Eastern Bus Terminal, also known as Ekkamai Bus Station because of its location on the Sukhumvit Road in a neighbourhood known as Ekkamai.

Travel from Bangkok Eastern Bus Terminal

Of the three major bus terminals in Bangkok, the Eastern Bus Terminal is the most convenient in terms of onward transport because the bus station is very close to Ekkamai BTS Station.

Bangkok’s BTS Network

BTS is formal name for what is known locally as the Sky Train, which is a network of elevated fast modern suburban train services. The BTS covers most of the city, and for other destinations you can join connected transport networks, such the Airport Link and the MRT (metro), at various interchange stations.

Travel to the Khao San Road

For travel to the Khao San Road you can take the BTS to Saphan Taskin BTS station to board a Chao Phraya Express Boat service to Phra Arthit Pier, which is an easy 10 minute walk from the Khao San Road.

River ferry in Bangkok
River ferry in Bangkok
Staying on the Lower Sukhumvit Road

If you are arriving back in Bangkok and are looking for somewhere close to stay then we recommend that you take the BTS just a few stops towards the lower part of the Sukhumvit Road (Nana BTS station). The lower part of the Sukhumvit Road has lots of mid-range hotels, as well as probably the most extensive range of restaurants and bars anywhere in Bangkok.

This part of Bangkok isn’t necessarily the cheapest place to stay but it does represent good value for money in terms of the quality of the hotels and food available in the area.

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