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From Khao San Lomprayah to Koh Tao by bus+ferry joint ticket

06:00
Khao San Lomprayah, Bangkok
14:45
Mae Haad (Koh Tao)
8h 45m
Instant Refund
21:00
Khao San Lomprayah, Bangkok
08:45
Mae Haad (Koh Tao)
11h 45m
Instant Refund

From Khao San Songserm to Koh Tao by bus+ferry joint ticket

18:00
Khao San Songserm, Bangkok
09:45
Mae Haad (Koh Tao)
15h 45m
Instant
20:00
Khao San Songserm, Bangkok
09:45
Mae Haad (Koh Tao)
13h 45m
Instant

From Hua Lamphong to Koh Tao by bus+ferry joint ticket

19:00
Hua Lamphong, Bangkok
09:30
Mae Haad (Koh Tao)
14h 30m
Instant Refund
19:00
Hua Lamphong, Bangkok
09:45
Mae Haad (Koh Tao)
14h 45m
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From Hua Lamphong to Koh Tao by train+bus+ferry joint ticket

#167.2
18:30
Hua Lamphong, Bangkok
09:30
Mae Haad (Koh Tao)
15h
Refund
19:30
Hua Lamphong, Bangkok
07:10
Suratthani
11h 40m
Refund
This connection is managed by the operating company. You will be transfered between the trips.
08:00
Suratthani Train Station
14:15
Mae Haad (Koh Tao)
6h 15m
Instant Refund
Total duration
18h 45m
Bangkok - Suratthani - Koh Tao
19:30
Hua Lamphong, Bangkok
07:10
Suratthani
11h 40m
Refund
This connection is managed by the operating company. You will be transfered between the trips.
08:00
Suratthani Train Station
15:30
Mae Haad (Koh Tao)
7h 30m
Instant Refund
Total duration
20h
19:30
Hua Lamphong, Bangkok
09:30
Mae Haad (Koh Tao)
14h
Refund
Bangkok - Suratthani - Koh Tao
19:30
Hua Lamphong, Bangkok
07:10
Suratthani
11h 40m
Refund
This connection is managed by the operating company. You will be transfered between the trips.
08:00
Suratthani Train Station
15:30
Mae Haad (Koh Tao)
7h 30m
Instant Refund
Total duration
20h

From Phutthamonthon Lomprayah to Koh Tao by bus+ferry joint ticket

21:00
Phutthamonthon Lomprayah, Bangkok
08:45
Mae Haad (Koh Tao)
11h 45m
Instant Refund

From Suthisan MRT Veronica Residence to Koh Tao by van+bus+ferry joint ticket

19:00
Suthisan MRT Veronica Residence, Bangkok
14:31
Koh Tao
19h 31m
Instant

From Don Mueang Airport to Koh Tao by flight+bus+ferry joint ticket

Bangkok to Koh Tao
#DD7804
06:00
DMK Don Mueang Airport
07:15
NST Nakhon Si Thammarat Airport
1h 15m
Instant
Change stations. Walk - 3 minute, 200 m (Next departure after 15 minutes)
07:30
Nakhon Si Thammarat Airport
15:00
Mae Haad (Koh Tao)
7h 30m
Instant Refund
Total duration
9h
Bangkok to Koh Tao
#DD7208
06:10
DMK Don Mueang Airport
07:20
URT Suratthani Airport
1h 10m
Instant
Change stations. Walk - 3 minute, 100 m (Next departure after 1 hour 10 minutes)
08:30
Suratthani Airport
15:00
Mae Haad (Koh Tao)
6h 30m
Instant Refund
Total duration
8h 50m
Bangkok to Koh Tao
#FD3188
06:50
DMK Don Mueang Airport
08:05
NST Nakhon Si Thammarat Airport
1h 15m
Instant
Change stations. Walk - 3 minute, 200 m (Next departure after 25 minutes)
08:30
Nakhon Si Thammarat Airport
15:00
Mae Haad (Koh Tao)
6h 30m
Instant Refund
Total duration
8h 10m
Bangkok to Koh Tao
#FD3235
07:10
DMK Don Mueang Airport
08:25
URT Suratthani Airport
1h 15m
Instant
Change stations. Walk - 3 minute, 100 m (Next departure after 5 minutes)
08:30
Suratthani Airport
15:00
Mae Haad (Koh Tao)
6h 30m
Instant Refund
Total duration
7h 50m
Bangkok to Koh Tao
#SL734
08:35
DMK Don Mueang Airport
09:45
URT Suratthani Airport
1h 10m
Instant
Change stations. Walk - 3 minute, 100 m (Next departure after 1 hour)
10:45
Suratthani Airport
18:30
Mae Haad (Koh Tao)
7h 45m
Instant Refund
Total duration
9h 55m
Bangkok to Koh Tao
#DD7210
09:20
DMK Don Mueang Airport
10:30
URT Suratthani Airport
1h 10m
Instant
Change stations. Walk - 3 minute, 100 m (Next departure after 15 minutes)
10:45
Suratthani Airport
18:30
Mae Haad (Koh Tao)
7h 45m
Instant Refund
Total duration
9h 10m
Bangkok to Koh Tao
#FD3237
09:50
DMK Don Mueang Airport
11:05
URT Suratthani Airport
1h 15m
Instant
Change stations. Walk - 3 minute, 100 m (Next departure after 15 minutes)
11:20
Suratthani Airport
18:30
Mae Haad (Koh Tao)
7h 10m
Instant Refund
Total duration
8h 40m

How to get to Koh-Tao

A Very Typical Sunset
A Very Typical Sunset

What about

Learn to dive, dive and dive again – that is what you are supposed to do on Koh Tao and that is actually what the majority of the folk you are about to meet on the island really do. A little hidden gem of the lower part of the Gulf, Koh Tao is attracting underwater world lovers with an abundance of easily reachable diving sites (over 30) and very affordable prices on diving lessons (there are more that 50 diving schools on the island), sea safaris and diving trips. Yet for those who are ready to go beyond the stereotypes there are hiking trails, bouldering, sea kayaking, fire-shows, and even jam sessions – all of them on the background of picturesque views and a laid-back island atmosphere. Priceless.

Getting to Koh Tao

The only way to get to Koh Tao from the mainland is by boat either from Chumphon, which is the closest departure point, or from Suratthani. You can also hop on a ferry to Koh Tao from Koh Samui or Koh Phangan.

From Bangkok via Chumphon bus + ferry

The easiest (and fastest) way to get to Koh Tao from Bangkok via Chumphon is by bus and ferry joint travel. Lomprayah catamaran and Songserm speed boat both sell such package tickets which save your time and cost more or less the same amount of money if bought separately. With early morning and late evening bus departures from Bangkok you have a choice whether to travel by day or save some baht spending your night on board a bus instead of in a guesthouse. The ferry travel with Lomprayah (the fastest operator) takes around 1½ hours; if your are prone to seasickness, get the necessary medicine at hand. Note that in case of the evening departure your trip lasts longer (around 12 hrs) compared to 9 hrs (morning departure), but you do not waste your precious day-time.

You have only 20 kg baggage allowance for your ferry travel; the extra weight is 20 baht per kg (not included in your ticket price).

Getting back from Koh Tao to Bangkok you have only morning and afternoon departures, both returning to Bangkok after dark: at 9pm and 1am, so plan your stay accordingly (book ahead).

From Bangkok via Chumphon train + bus + ferry

In case you are a railroad type, hop on your evening train down to Chumphon from Hua Lamphong train station in Bangkok. If you buy a package tour, your boat operator will provide transfer between the train station and the pier, but you still have to while away some 3 hrs between train and ferry in Chumphon. In general, if you are ok with long bus journeys, there is no special advantages of train+bus+ferry journey. Choose price-wise, then.

Tip: If your are not in a hurry, stay overnight in Chumphon and discover the tastes of local robusta, find out how the birds’ nests are harvested at the farms and prepare yourself to your island stay visiting some of the idyllic beaches in the proximity of the city (e.g. Hat Thung Wua Laen).

From Bangkok via Suratthani train + bus + ferry

Even if travelling to Suratthani instead of Chumphon seems illogical, it sometimes comes out cheaper as you may catch a 2nd class sleeper for a longer journey. As in case with Chumphon, the transfer between train and ferry for package tours is performed by the boat operator.

From Koh Samui to Koh Tao

Both Lomprayah and Seatran Discovery take 2–2¼ hrs to Koh Tao’s Mae Haad departing from Maenam and Bangrak Seatran Pier on Samui correspondingly. With Seatran you have to book at least one day in advance while Lomprayah requires two days advanced booking.

Lomprayah Shirt Sticker
Lomprayah Shirt Sticker

From Koh Phangan to Koh Tao

Both Lomprayah and Seatran Discovery depart from Thong Sala on Koh Phangan and take 1½–1¾ hrs to arrive to Koh Tao’s Mae Haad. Book in advance (1 day for Seatran and 2 days for Lomprayah).

Seatran vs Lomprayah

If you know what seasickness is about, go for Seatran when waters are choppy.
Lomprayah can save you from ¼ to ½ hr of your sea journey, though.

Getting around

There is no car rental on a relatively small 21 sq. km island. If you consider renting a scooter or a motorcycle, be warned that the roads on the island are dangerous and get their toll of injuries regularly. Renting a vehicle though gives you freedom to explore the island as the ‘official’ taxi fares are sometimes extortionate. There is longtail boat service between certain beaches, which is a good option with reasonable prices.

Where to stay

The western side of the island is much more developed, and the ferries from the mainland and the islands arrive to Mae Haad which is on the western side. Haad Sairee, where the most of the action takes place, is also there. The eastern side is a slow life paradise, but you will have to negotiate those treacherous island roads (or greedy taxi drivers) to get to any of the western-side night spots. The busiest seasons on Koh Tao are summer (from July to August) and Christmas & New Year, so book your accommodation beforehand. The cheapest options sell out quickly.

Blogger report: Julia Rattke (High Speed Ferry Lomprayah) 08-Jul-2015 21:00

About half an hour before your bus is scheduled to leave (in my case it was at 20:30), you should be at the office at 327 Rambutri Road, รามบุตรี, Khwaeng Talat Yot, Khet Phra Nakhon, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10200, Thailand near Khao San Road. The Lomprayah office is in the curve of the street. In your booking confirmation email is also a map. This is their help hotline: +6626290011 and office hours are from 05:30- 22:00. Coming from the North you turn into this really busy street from the roundabout, between the 7/11 and the red sign of Swensen's. People with a lot of luggage may have some trouble getting through the night market. About 30 meters in, on the left side and right in the curve, is the Lomprayah office, slightly hidden behind a banner. Make sure to have your booking number on hand!

Lomprayha Office
Lomprayha Office

If you are on Khao San Road you have to find your way on the McDonald side of the road through the small alleys with all the shops to get to Rambutri Road.

At the office everything felt a bit rushed, one employee hands you your ticket and another a colored sticker with your seat number to put on your T-shirt and a color-coded sticker with the destination for your luggage. Make sure to tie that last one around a handle, it doesn't stick well. Then you sign in and someone will take your group to wait at the middle of the roundabout, behind the green sign, until the bus arrives.
The bus had only regular seats, so it is not a sleeper bus and the 8 hour drive will probably be a bit uncomfortable (especially if you were planning on actually getting some sleep). A travel pillow or a folded sarong helps a bit, and so do earplugs. The seats recline a little and blankets are provided. The bus is air-conditioned and has a toilet. I'm only 1.60 m, so I had plenty of leg space, but anyone taller than 1.90 m should expect some discomfort.

At 2:00 there was a 30 min break at a market with snack food. They also had a huge bathroom with clean toilets, but remember to bring toilet paper and flush with the bucket provided.

Inside the Lomprayah bus
Inside the Lomprayah bus

At 5:15 we arrived at the ferry pier, where the office was dark and still closed and we had to wait for almost 2 hours. There is a mini mart to the left, if you need anything while waiting, and on the opposite side is another array of clean toilets. The mini mart closes when the ferry opens for boarding, so do not plan on any last-minute shopping. When the info center on the right of the pier opens, you have to show your ticket for another sticker and to get a stamp. Around 7:00 people will start to line up for the "best" seats, but there was plenty of room for everyone, so I would not take it too seriously. After a short walk along the pier, you arrive at the boat. There are three seating areas: Downstairs (inside), in the middle (outside with sun roof) and on the top (outside without cover). I chose the middle and it was perfectly fine.

About 2,5 hours (of comparatively smooth sailing) later we arrived at Ko Nang Yuan to let some people on and off the boat and then turned towards the Lomprayah Pier on Ko Tao, where we arrived 5 minutes later.
From here on it is really easy: Get off the boat, grab your luggage and find your pick up or taxi at the end of the pier. Congrats, you have made it to Ko Tao! Enjoy your stay!

Passenger reviews out of total 64,088 passengers who traveled with us on this route.

At 12Go our operators offer three types of service:

Cheap, Fast, Good - but you can usually pick only two of them!
Cheap & Fast won’t be Good. (e.g. buses from/to Khao San Road, local buses or 3rd class trains)
Cheap & Good won’t be Fast. (e.g. VIP trains in Thailand)
Fast & Good won’t be Cheap. (e.g. private limousine services, or VIP24 buses vs Express buses)

Make your choice! Please remember that while we are closely monitoring the services, we are still an agency marketplace. That means we focus on ticketing services and route availability & coverage rather than on the factual seat reclining angle you will get on the bus today.

Jun 20, 2018
train #85 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★☆
The sleeper train was very comfortable however it would have been nice if there was a restaurant or a bar running on our journey. I don’t think the public shower and toilet should be in the same room.
Jun 19, 2018
bus Express, Lomprayah
★★★★★
No waiting around. Were warned there would be no stops if we wanted to grab food quickly. Were able to move seats once everyone was on board. Felt very organised and professional.
Jun 16, 2018
train #85 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★☆☆
Beds are OK. Bathroom (2, one western style with shower and one orient style) very dirty and smelly. No window for ventilation. Floor in aisle and inside cabins dirty. The food ofered was very nice.
Jun 15, 2018
train #85 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Made traveling simple. Thank you!
Jun 14, 2018
avia Economy, Thai Lion Air
★★★★☆
The flight was great, no problems. It did not affect my trip at all, but the flight left an hour late.
Jun 13, 2018
train #85 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★☆☆☆
Weren’t told about any food on train and when asked they said it finished at 10 which was too late for us to order. Strange man also opened our private carr without knocking and offered us alcohol. Very noisy in 1st class as well. Disappointing experience
Jun 13, 2018
train #85 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★☆
Train ride was good , wish they had storage for luggage but other wise was good trip.
Jun 8, 2018
train #85 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Everything good but bad toilet
Jun 8, 2018
ferry High Speed Ferry, Lomprayah
★★★★☆
The bus was comfortable and punctual. It would be nice if the bus were a sleeper bus rather than a regular bus, however the seats recline pretty far. The transfer at the pier was fine and the ferry was great. Highly recommend sitting on the top deck.
Jun 6, 2018
train #85 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★☆
Perfect privacy in 1st class, freshly made beds also. Only downturn is the bathroom, old and pretty smelly.
Jun 5, 2018
avia Economy, Nok Air
★★★★☆
Check in was quick and easy. Staff at don Mueang always so polite and helpful. Air nok was lovely to fly on. Only dislike was the last of seat pockets on the back of the chairs.
Jun 3, 2018
train #85.2 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Absolutely fantastic service, from the online assistance to the friendly office staff, helpful at all stages. The journey was great, sleeper carriages clean and quiet, 1st class gives you a bit more space to move around and darker when wanting to sleep however second class beds are wider and curtains give privacy, trains on time and connections easy. Great value for money.
Jun 3, 2018
train #85 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Thai Railways a nice as usual.
Jun 3, 2018
train #85.2 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★☆
Journey went smoothly just a shame about the snoring guy on the sleeper train!
Jun 2, 2018
train #85 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Great Service, made our trip easy!
Jun 2, 2018
train #85 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Everything was great. The booking process was easy. The train ticket pickup was straightforward, the staff were polite and helpful. The 12Go Cafe at Hua Luamphong was great with well priced tasty food. The overnight train was good and on time. The transfer with Phantip was well organised the bus was comfortable and the driver was friendly. The ferry trip was comfortable, plenty of space in the AC sections. Overall a good experience. Thanks!
Jun 1, 2018
train #85.2 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Great trip
May 31, 2018
avia Economy, Thai Lion Air
★★★★★
Really nice airport, very quick service and easy
May 29, 2018
train #85 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Train was clean staff were good and spoke English and food(b'fast) was good value. Over all a pleasant trip
May 27, 2018
train #85 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★☆☆
Train was late, Missed connecting ferry wasted alot of time.
May 26, 2018
train #85 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★☆
Overall it was a comfortable journey; however, the seat was broken and kept sliding out underneath me into the bed position, which was a slight annoyance. Also, there is very limited space for baggage if you have a large backpack. I noticed in first class they had large luggage racks in the aisle. It seems you only get practicality if you pay more money. Unfortunately, I had to share my bed with my luggage, which was less than cozy. Otherwise, the staff was very attentive and polite.
May 25, 2018
train #85 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★★
I slept in the lower bed and it was surprisingly comfortable and private. Good experience looking forward to return in same train.
May 23, 2018
train #85 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★☆☆☆
Train was quite dirty and random hawkers came on trying to sell illegal beer. People kept trying to open the door at night while we were trying to sleep. Meal service was very overpriced and not appetizing. The toilets were atrocious. Would recommend paying the extra money for a flight. Did not mention the bus between the train and the ferry. Would not recommend.
May 19, 2018
ferry High Speed Ferry, Lomprayah
★★★★☆
The nightbus was comfortable, but it was really really cold in the bus, because of the aircon.
May 18, 2018
ferry High Speed Ferry, Lomprayah
★★★☆☆
Bus was not very comfortable. One 30 min break at 2:00 am - with no reason you have to wake up in the middle of the night. Over 2h hours waiting between bus and boat - pointless. Bus should go at least 1,5h later from Bangkok then waiting time would be shorter.
May 16, 2018
train #85.2 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★☆
Train, bus and ferry where good, tho train had some small issues and it was standing long times and it was in chumphon 30 mins later. No problems tho.
May 11, 2018
train #85.2 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Good
May 11, 2018
ferry High Speed Ferry, Lomprayah
★★★★☆
The bus was very comfortable and modern and the staff friendly and competent! Had to wait 2 hours for the ferry which was a bit exhausting, but nevertheless a very good journey.
May 10, 2018
train #85 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★☆
Outlets only available in some seats. Beds were comfortable.
May 8, 2018
train #85 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Sleept very well and enjoyed the dinner. Wake up call with coffee ! Super and very friendly people on board
May 6, 2018
ferry High Speed Ferry, Lomprayah
★★★★★
Everything was ok. The night bus is confortable enough to sleep all the time. Between the bus and the ferry you have to wait two hours (more or less) but there are enough bench to sleep on and there is a bar, so it's not so bad.
May 5, 2018
train #85.2 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★☆
It did the trick - everything did as expected.
May 5, 2018
train #85 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★☆
The Trip was great The people next door played their movies very loud The food was good, maybe a bit pricy The aircon was to cold and could be turned down The staff were very honest, I forgot my tablet on the top shelve and the conductor ran after us to bring it.
May 3, 2018
train #85 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Great trip, clear information, well organised!
May 3, 2018
train #85 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Great way to travel. They make your bed, slept ok ????
May 3, 2018
train #85 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★☆☆
Pros: On time, cool, Cons: gross bathroom, aging train, food was subpar, they dont, shut the bright lights off
May 2, 2018
ferry High Speed Ferry, Lomprayah
★★★☆☆
Arrived way to early at the boat terminal, and had to wait 3 hours because the boat also were delayed...
Apr 28, 2018
train #85.2 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★☆
12goAsia staff were very helpful. Train was delayed at least 3 hours due to engine failure (from what I heard), but finally got underway. Missed the Chumphon shuttle but luckily got ride from a couple with car and just arrived at ferry at the last minute. The 2nd class sleeper was awesome for me, I am short! ???? So much better than sitting up all night...
Apr 28, 2018
train #85 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★☆☆☆
3 hour depay, train was very cold.
Apr 28, 2018
bus VIP24, Raja Ferry
★★★★☆
Le voyage a été acceptable. Un dîner/buffet plutôt sympa à l’hôtel avant de partir dans le bus. Le vrai plus aura été les sièges, on peut presque entièrement les descendre! L’écran télé est inutile (tout en thaïlandais), des couvertures et coussins propres sont mis à disposition ainsi qu’un sandwich et une bouteille d’eau. Les toilettes du bus; ok pour les hommes, sans doute beaucoup plus compliqué pour les femmes ... La clim à fond, il faisait vraiment froid, pentalon et sweat obligatoires ! A partir du ferry le staff ne gère plus et du coup c’est plus la même ambiance, où sont les sourires thaïlandais ?! Je recommande la prestation dans son ensemble.
Apr 24, 2018
train #83 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★★
If your looking for 5 star travel not for you...... the rating is 5 star due to the ease in booking, picking up tickets and the customer service at the counters......the train journey for us was an experience and worked very well given our timings and the need to be at Khao Sok early the next day morning!
Apr 23, 2018
train #85 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Clean quiet slept well
Apr 23, 2018
train #85 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Absolutely loved travelling on the overnight train, we had the first class carriage and it was very comfortable. Highly recommend doing this instead of losing a day on travelling! We chose the longer route to Koh Tao via Suratthani instead of Chumphon as it allows us to get a decent night's rest.
Apr 22, 2018
ferry High Speed Ferry, Lomprayah
★★★★☆
Bus was spacious and reclined nicely, provided with blanket - one smoke break/toilet stop. Set off from Bangkok at 2115hrs, arrived at ferry port 0445hrs, waited until 0700hrs ferry. Slept on the ferry (so tired) and arrived at Koh Tao at 0930hrs.
Apr 21, 2018
train #85.2 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★☆
Great trip, every thing was clear
Apr 20, 2018
ferry High Speed Ferry, Lomprayah
★★★★★
All increíble
Apr 20, 2018
train #85.2 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★☆
To much air condition to cold
Apr 17, 2018
train #85 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★☆☆
I think our 1st class sleeper carriage was one of the oldest - it was very tired and fairly worn. The bed linen was clean and fine, but both our neighbours in the next compartment and we had small cockroaches visiting us in the night! Staff were friendly and 'encouraged' us strongly to buy dinner and breakfast. We had brought our own things for dinner but did order breakfast, which was a perfectly adequate tray with coffee or tea. It was a good trip but the oldest carriages really need to be seriously overhauled and much better cleaned/maintained.
Apr 17, 2018
train #85 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★☆☆☆
DIRTY sleeper room & VERY DIRTY Toilet
Apr 16, 2018
ferry High Speed Ferry, Lomprayah
★★★★☆
Both trip excelent! The organization for check in at the bus was not organize at all. After waititng 30min for check in then you wait another half and they sent u to the corner. Then you see people that supouse to travel with you along one block. Everythig finish one hour and a half later when someone come to organize.
Apr 15, 2018
train #85.2 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Exceeded my expections, would use their service again
Apr 14, 2018
ferry High Speed Ferry, Lomprayah
★★★★★
Very clear instructions were given when boarding the bus and it was a very comfy journey to Chumphon with loads of leg room, which was just as well as we were on the bus for 7 hours. We did have a break at the Lomprayah office in Hua Hin for sandwiches and refreshments which was very welcome. There was another bus which left at the same time as ours which went direct, without a stop. At the Pier in Chumphon there were shops selling food and drinks and we joined a queue for our ferry to Koh Tao. The ferry was comfortable and very fast but it was a very rough crossing which didn’t bother my wife and I but many people were ill on the boat. The staff were very attentive and helped people who needed it. We arrived on Kao Tao on time. Great journey. Great way to travel!
Apr 13, 2018
train #167.2 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★☆
Although the trio started late bc the train cars were being switched, the experience was fun! And the car attendants were helpful Even though we didn't speak Thai!!
Apr 13, 2018
train #85 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★☆
SUPER VACATION WOW!!!!!!!!!!111!
Apr 12, 2018
train #85 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★☆☆☆
clean beds, even made up. meals on board were moderate and not hot. at the beginning of the trip the air conditioning did not seem to work, very difficult to get to sleep in combination with the lights stay on. We arrived 40 minutes late.
Apr 12, 2018
train #85 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★★
12go rocks !!
Apr 12, 2018
bus VIP24, Raja Ferry
★★★★☆
good service apart from long waiting times and changed departure and arrival times - hours and hours of waiting is just too long. Other than that, huge selection of food at the buffet, helpful staff and comfortable transport!
Apr 11, 2018
train #85 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Booked this months in advanced and 12Go did all the organising. Easy collection from the office in Bangkok and the tickets turned out to be cheaper than quoted so got 200 thb back!
Apr 11, 2018
train #85 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★☆☆☆
Dirty / Insectes ++++