Bangkok to Battambang @ bus May 5, 2017

2 trips (THB 1,099)

From Khao San Travel Mart to Battambang by van

08:00
Khao San Travel Mart, Bangkok
16:00
Battambang Travel Mart
8h
Instant
฿ 1,099
× 2 = ฿ 2,198
38 seats available
09:00
Khao San Travel Mart, Bangkok
17:00
Battambang Travel Mart
8h
Instant
฿ 1,099
× 2 = ฿ 2,198
48 seats available

Book Tickets from Bangkok to Battambang Online

Where do you book tickets Bangkok - Battambang? How long is the Bangkok - Battambang route? It takes on average 8h by Bus, depending on operator and vehicle. The route is going over a distance of 284 km. Having 2 departures to Battambang, 12go gives a choice of 1 operators for Bangkok - Battambang route. Earliest departure goes at 08:00, while the latest is 09:00 local Cambodia time.

Operators serving the route Bangkok - Battambang are Travel Mart. Cheap ticket for Bangkok - Battambang by Bus is ฿ 1,099 (US $ 31.79) by Travel Mart (8h ), while most expensive fare and presumably best would be ฿ 1,099 (US $ 31.79) by Travel Mart which takes 8h on schedule. Some operators provide snacks, others stop at a foodcourt on the road (some also include it in the ticket price).

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News @ Battambang

17 March 2017

An undersecretary at Cambodia’s Transport Ministry says Thailand has made a verbal promise to supply trains for a soon to reopen rail link. Ly Borin told reporters that Thai authorities had not so far put the pledge in writing, but said they would provide four trains in three to four months time.

16 January 2017

A Cambodian government spokesperson says Phnom Penh to Bangkok train services are unlikely to be inaugurated any time soon. The Public Works and Transport Ministry’s Va Simsorya notes that although the track at the Poipet-Aranyaprathet border crossing has been reconnected, work on other parts of the line is behind schedule.

27 December 2016

A leading Cambodian politician says Thailand has agreed to supply a locomotive for a rail link between the two nations. Parliamentary representative Hun Many said that at a meeting earlier this month with Thailand’s prime-minister the latter had agreed to gift the engine as a gesture of goodwill.