How to get from Bangkok to Krabi
The fastes and easiest way to travel from Bangkok to Krabi is flying, sometimes Air Asia has very cheap flights to Krabi. You can also travel to Krabi with the bus. Buses for this destination in southern Thailand leave from the Southern Bus Terminal in Bangkok.
Bus from Bangkok to Krabi
Duration: Approximately 10 hours
Price: between 626 – 920 baht
There are buses going from the Southern Bus terminal in Bangkok to the Krabi Bus Terminal in Krabi Town. Depending traffic the trip to Bangkok will take you about 10 hours. The price for a ticket is between 626 and 920 baht depending the class you want to travel. When you arrive at the Krabi Bus terminal there are Songteaws that can bring you to destinations in the Krabi Province such as Ao Nang, Rai Leh or the ferry port to Koh Phi Phi.
(The Southern Bus Terminal in Bangkok from where the bus to Krabi leaves)
There are also loads of travel agencies where you can book bus trips to Krabi for similar prices as the government busses. The advantage of arranging a bus through an agency is that they often provide pick up from your hotel.
Train from Bangkok to Krabi
There is no train station in Krabi but you can take a train from Hua Lampong Station in Bangkok and travel to Surat Thani. From the Surat Thani Train station it is easy to arrange transport to several destinations in Krabi.
Plane from Bangkok to Krabi
Duration: 1 hour and 15 minutes
The following airlines offer flights from Bangkok Suvarnabumi Airport to Krabi Airport. The flights take about one hour and fifteen minutes.
Bangkok Airways (Thailand)
Thai Air (Thailand)
Air Asia has direct flights from Bangkok Don Mueng Airport to Krabi.
Air Asia (low cost carrier)
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(Last update May 2013)