Bangkok to Phetchabun @ bus Dec 23, 2017
Passenger reviews out of total 34 passengers 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 though we are closely monitoring services, we are still an agency marketplace - meaning we focus on ticketing service and route availability / coverage rather than on factual seat recline angle you got today ^_^
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Where do you book tickets Bangkok - Phetchabun? How long is the Bangkok - Phetchabun route? It takes on average 7h 38m by Bus, taxi, depending on operator and vehicle. The route is going over a distance of 307 km. Having 7 departures to Phetchabun, 12go gives a choice of 2 operators for Bangkok - Phetchabun route. Earliest departure goes at 00:00, while the latest is 22:00 local Thailand time.
Operators serving the route Bangkok - Phetchabun are Phitsanulok Tour, Glassflower. Cheap ticket for Bangkok - Phetchabun by Van, bus is ฿ 626 (US $ 19.19) by Rayong Tour, Phet Prasert (18h 15m), while most expensive fare and presumably best would be ฿ 631 (US $ 19.34) by Mama Travel and Tour, Phet Prasert which takes 21h on schedule. Some operators provide snacks, others stop at a foodcourt on the road (some also include it in the ticket price).
To have a safe and a comfortable trip Bangkok - Phetchabun you may want to choose highest rated trips, and leave your own review.
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