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Access

There are two ways:

First way: Take the highway number 4 from Bangkok. You will pass the provinces of  PraJuabKirikan, Chumporn, and Ranong, and arrive Pang-nga province. Approximate distance and time are 788 km and 12 hours, respectively.

Second way: Take the highway number 4 to Chumporn province. Then take the highway number 41. Passing TaChang district, Surattani province. Turn right to take the highway number 401. Keep going to TaKhun district, Surattani provice. Then take the highway number 415, pass TupPud district, and enter Pang-nga province.

Last, it leads to Ta Kua Pa by going along Pang-Nga road. Total distance is 65 kilometers.

Train

Take a train from Bangkok to Punpin station, Surattani Province. Then, take a bus to Pang-nga Province (around 2 hours).  More information is available at Hualumpong station, Bangkok. Tel. 1690, 0 2223 7010, 0 2223 7020. Website : www.railway.co.th

Bus

There are open-air and air-conditioned buses running between Bangkok and Pang-nga. The buses leave daily from Southern Transportation Station, Baromratchonnani road. The bus takes approximately 10 hours.

·         For more information, please call 0 2894 6612.

·         For tickets, please call 0 2422 4444 or www.transport.co.th.

·         For Pang-nga station, please call 0 7641 2300, 0 7641 2014

From Pang-nga province, there are buses to Phuket, Krabi, Trung, Pattalung, Hatyai, Songkhla, Pattani, Sungi-Kolok, Bantakhun, Punpin, and Tadan Sullakakorn Port. You can take a ferry to  South Pang-nga bay national park from Tadan Sullakakorn Port.

 

Plan

There are two choices:

1.       Take a plane to Phuket province. From Phuket province, take a bus to Pang-nga province (58 km).

2.       Take a plane to Ranong province. Then, take a bus to Pang-nga province (3 hours)

 

 

 


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