Getting to Phuket is easy, with access from land, air and sea. Phuket international airport allows visitors to arrive directly from overseas or from other airports within Thailand and it is simple to get to your final destination from the airport.
The road transportation system in Thailand is up to date and Phuket island is connected directly to the mainland by the Sarasin Bridge in the North. If you are travelling directly from overseas your travel agent should arrange all necessary travel arrangements for you. Although if you do need to arrange transportation from within Thailand yourself, you should have little difficulty in finding English speaking tour companies that can help you.
If you are travelling by road then you should expect modern, comfortable transportation that will make your journey as enjoyable as possible. You will often find yourself passing through some beautiful parts of the country making your journey all the more enjoyable. http://real-news.biz/
Bangkok and Northen Thailand
Including: Bangkok - Chiang Mai - Samui - Phuket
Popular methods of transportation to Phuket from Bangkok and Northern Thailand are train, bus and air. The transportation system in Thailand is fairly straight forward and easy to follow and in tourist orientated areas you should be able to find English speaking operators that will be able to help you. Thailand’s overnight sleeper cabins are partic…
Including: Satun - Hat Yai - Pak Bara - Lang Nu
Phuket is located in the south of Thailand so those already staying in the south of the country will find it quicker and easier to make their way there. Tour operators from across the region will have bus and train tickets available and the farthest main Thailand destination in the South, Hat Yai, will be a journey of approximately 7-8 hours by road…
Including: Phi Phi - Phuket - Krabi - Lanta - Mook - Ngai - Bulon - Tarutao - Langkawi
The staggering natural beauty of the islands in the Phuket region means that all visitors should make the effort to see at least one of them if at all possible. Ferries and speedboats taking visitors to the various islands operate on a daily basis and organised tours take you to the very best sights. Many of the available tours to the neighbouring …
Including: Malaysia - Langkawi - Kuala Lumpur - Kuah - Telaga
As a country that shares a border with Thailand at its southern most point, it is not surprising to find that many visitors to the area are likely to be visiting Malaysia. A rail link between the two countries makes long distance travel very easy, and airports in the region are also very convenient for getting around. Some arranged tours go not only…