Route 1: Take Highway
No. 4 (Bangkok-Chumphon) to Highway No. 41 (Surat Thani-Thung Song-
Huai Yot-Trang). Total distance is 828 kilometers.
Route 2: Highway No. 4 (Bangkok-Chumphon) to Ranong-Phan-Nga-Krabi-Trang.
Total distance is 1,020 kilometers.
Route 3: Highway No. 404-416 (Satun-Palian-Trang). Total distance
is 140 kilometers.
Route 4: Highway No. 4-407 (Hat Yai-Phatthalung-Trang). Total distance
is 148 kilometers.
Route 5: Highway No. 4-402 (Phuket-Phang-Nga-Krabi-Trang). Total distance
is 312 kilometers.
From Bangkok: Rapid and
express trains depart from Bangkok’s Hua Lamphong Railway Station
to Trang daily at 5.05 p.m. and 6.20 p.m. taking 15 hours for the
870-kilometer journey. For more information, call 1690, 0 2223 7010,
0 2223 7020 or calling Trang Station at tel. 0 7521 8012, or visit
From Bangkok: Air-conditioned
buses depart from the Southern Bus Terminal in Bangkok to Trang
The trip takes 12 hours.
For more information, please call 0 2435 1199-200 or Trang Bus Terminal
at tel. 0 7521 8718 or visit www.railway.co.th
provinces: Hat Yai (ordinary), Satun (first class and ordinary),
Krabi (first class and ordinary), Ko Lanta (first class), and Phuket
There are also minivans
leaving from various depots in Trang City that link Trang to other
major cities including Hat Yai (80 bahts), Surat Thani (130 bahts),
Ko Lanta (120 bahts), Hat Jao Mai (50 bahts), Pak Meng (50 bahts),
and Sakao (25 bahts).
Thai Airways International has daily
direct flights between Bangkok and Trang Province with a travel
time of 1.10 hours. For more information, call 0 2280 0060, 0 2628
2000 (Bangkok office), 0 7521 9923 or 0 7521 8066 (Trang office),
or visit the airline’s website at www.thaiairways.com
Getting around Trang City
The fare for motorcycle
taxis around the town is between 10 bahts and 20 bahts, while that
of tuk-tuks is approximately 15 bahts. Motorcycles can be rented
from various shops around town.