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Issue 34 / May 2014

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Safety Tips for Traveling

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Editor’s Talk Hello, April Hello everyone, nice to talk to you again. Although it’s still summer, but sometime it’s raining. So just take care of yourself. Nowadays, sport tourism is growing and many tourists are interested in this kind of tourism, so we would like to give you some information about it as our Hilight. Furthermore, the column that we think it is interesting is “Top of the World”. We provide you the details about the country which has the most expensive cost of living. Let check what that country is.

Lomprayah Team Editor in Chief Photjanard Kantiwong

Executive Editor Wanitcha Sukchet Tinn Chacalanuwattanapong

Editorial Staff Vorapong Vongvarothai Juntiya Laoniyomthai Areeya Pichittanabordeekul Jiraporn Boonta Kitthawat Chaisingthong

Art Director Methakritsada Wanngoen

Photjanard Kantiwong

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SPORT

TOURISM

Sports tourism has been one of the fastestgrowing niche segments of the tourism sector in recent years, according to the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO). Sports can be either a permanent demand driver for a destination (for example a ski resort) or an occasional one (for example an Olympic venue). Specifically, sports tourism, as covered in this report, encompasses active participation in sporting activities, such as cycling, golf, sailing and skiing, as well as attendance at sporting events, which attract numerous participants and have a significant, but often fleeting, impact on the destination, such as the Olympics, FIFA World Cup matches, Formula 1, American football Super Bowl games and the Baseball World series.


Cycle Tourism Cycle tourism is a travel experience that focuses on the bicycle as the primary mode of transport. Cycle tourism combines particularly suggestive localities (whether mountain range, countryside or urban scene) that you can easily visit on your bike! Cycling allows you to see places close up and at a slower pace. It keeps you aware of your surroundings and you get to experience a place more intimately than you would as a bus or taxi passenger. You’ll see more of street life and meet people going about their daily business. It is also a great way to return from your holidays fitter and healthier than when you left. For tourists and adventurers, there are definitely better and worse places to cycle, but there are not many places you can’t reach by bike. There are many interesting routes around the world for the cyclists. For example, Australia, New Zealand, France, Germany, United Kingdom, Canada, Italy, USA, Thailand, Vietnam, Africa, etc.

Credit : http://www.italia.it/en/travel-ideas/ways-totravel/cycle-tourism.html


Diving and Snorkeling Scuba diving and Snorkeling is becoming more and more popular and accessible to millions of people every year. The booming tourism industry has brought people and coastlines together for many years and peoples’ desire to explore and venture further has naturally increased the popularity of diving and snorkeling. The diving and snorkeling are spread all over the world, and the sea in each country is unique, and has different charm which can attract the tourists who love diving. No matter where you are going; Australia, Fiji, Costa Rica, Spain, Greece, Thailand, Philippines, Maldives, Hawaii or Japan, it’s surely that you will get the gorgeous experience.

Credit : http://www.tosnorkel.com/snorkel-guide/ environmentally-friendly-diving-and-snorkelling.


Snowboarding and Skiing Snowboarding and Skiing are popular winter activities. Each offers a different kind of snow experience, so whether you ride or ski down the slopes, Snowboarding and Skiing can provide the adrenaline rush and the adventure that you will surely look forward to every winter sport season.

Here are some example of the best tourist attractions in the world to play snow; Switzerland, Korea, Austria, France, Andorra, Finland and Canada.

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Canyoneering Canyoneering involves trekking, rappelling, wading and rafting your way down river gorges. In parts of Asia, participants work their way upstream rather than down, using ropes to climb waterfalls and other steep sections.

Canyoneering is practiced under various names around the world, but New Zealand is a major hub.

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Surfing Surfing has exploded in popularity during recent years, and wave riders along most of the world’s wave-pounded coastlines can be found enjoying the waves standing up, body boarding or gliding along a watery green wall in a kayak.

Hawaii and Indonesia remain ever popular with warm waters and fierce waves, but surf travelers seeking solitude and wanting to avoid the beaten track have ventured to the waters of Antarctica and Alaska.


Golf Tourism One of the trends of the last decade around the world are the growing investments in golf in an effort to increase the number of foreign visitors and enhance tourism revenue earned. This has seen the spread of golf globally and the number of world class golf courses has been steadily rising over the years as well. Even the real estate sector has been drawn into the lucrative golf tourism industry. This has seen the emergence of exquisite golf resorts each trying to stand out as the one that offers the ultimate golfing experience. Some of the best golf courses can now be found in Europe, North America, Africa and Asia. Each continent striving to set itself apart from the rest in an effort to increase revenue from golf tourism. In the future of golf tourism looks bright and even more profitable. The awareness of the sport globally is rapidly growing. There are over 50 million golf tourists travelling around the world to enjoy their vacations playing golf on some of the finest Golf courses in the world. Portugal, South Africa, Vietnam, USA, Spain, Scotland, Thailand, France and Italy are some of the best of Golf Tourism destination.

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Formula one Formula one is one of the well-known sport event tourism. It is a large-scale auto racing event that holds races all over the world. F1 is recognized as one of the major global sporting event. The location for racing will change every year, and the map is also, depend on the country which hosts this event.

This event can attract visitors around the world, and it is the one of the event that brings a large number of incomes. ventured to the waters of Antarctica and Alaska.


Football Football is the most popular sport in the world. Each year, there are more than 3000 million people who are watching and playing football. People are always interested in every league or competition, especially World Cup. The latest World cup in 2010 in South Africa, there has 3.18 million spectators attended the games at stadiums. (The average attendance was 49,670. per game) According to the number of visitors who come from all over the world, this event make the country get more economic benefit and can promote the tourism industry of the country also. One of the most important key drivers to sports tourism is the attitude of the government of the host country, the local residents and the local business. Shopping malls, food vendors, restaurant owners, cab drivers and other service providers are the entities with whom the sports tourists from guest countries and local sports buffs come into direct interaction. A dissatisfied tourist would never pay a second visit, and the news of tourist harassment in the host country would spread in no time affecting the inflow of sports tourist population in the future. Consequently, the inflow of revenue from sports tourism would decline.

Credit : http://www.tourism-review.com/travel-tourism-magazine-golf-tourism-the-growing-industry-


Destination Guide

KOH CHANG RanongInEasternThailand Koh Chang is a small island located in the Northern Andaman Coast in Ranong province Southern Thailand (not to be confused with the bigger Koh Chang in Eastern Thailand). It is one of the last unspoiled islands in Thailand and can offer pure nature and relaxed time. It is a peaceful and great place for people who appreciate quiet place away from big cities and any traffic. It is a perfect place for swimming, sun bathing, fishing, snorkeling, and spotting hornbills. Enjoy basic life and local southern hospitality away from more developed places.

The best of Ko Chang’s beaches are on the west coast, and of these the longest, nicest and most popular is Ao Yai. The tiny bays to the north and south mostly hold just one set of bungalows each and are good for getting away from it all, though access to Ao Yai is easy enough if you don’t mind the hike. About halfway between the west and east coasts, a crossroads bisects Ko Chang’s only village, a tiny settlement that is home to most of the islanders and holds just a few shops, restaurants and a clinic. There are no motorbikes for rent on Ko Chang and the only way to get around is by walking or by boat. This is actually what makes the island so peaceful and special.

Cradit : http://fullmoonbungalows.com http://www.roughguides.com/destinations/asia/thailand/southern-thailand-andaman-coast/ko-chang http://ranonghideaway.com/ranong-guide/koh-chang-noi


Restaurant Guide

RUENMAI KRABI

Restaurant

Ruen Mai is regarded as one of the best Thai restaurants in Krabi. The lunch in Ruen Mai in Krabi gives you the option of tasting the mouthwatering local dishes. The food at this gorgeous restaurant is equally excellent in accordance with its exquisite ambience. The dishes in Ruen Mai, which really deserve a try are Massaman, a fragrant saffron-colored curry with peanuts and sweet potatoes; the hot and sour kaeng som, fish in a tamarind broth; the lightlyspiced noodle dish, khanom jin and the Thai-Muslim version of a chicken biryani, khao mok gai. Stepping into Ruen Mai is like introducing yourself to a magnificent set up, which in true sense an unforgettable experience. This is one of the Thailand restaurants situated against the backdrop of a beautiful neighborhood primped with a fascinating range of bewitching garden. Opening Date : Monday - Sunday Opening Time : 10:30 AM - 3:00 PM and 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM Tel. : +66 89 288 3232 Email : ruenmai.krabi@gmail.com Website : https://www.facebook.com/ruenmaikrabirestuarant

Credit : http://www.tourismthailand.org/Food-Drink/Where-To-Eat-Detail/Ruean-Mai--213


Place Guide

Krabi Town Walking Street

Credit : http://www.krabi-hotels.com/shopping/krabi-town-walking-street.htm


Krabi Town Walking Street (Thanon Khon Dern in Thai) is certainly the most important shopping event in Krabi Town. It is held every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 17:00 to 22:00 in Soi Maharaj 8 and on the 2,000sqm plaza situated right behind Vogue Department Store in downtown Krabi. With something like 50 stalls selling a wide range of products and street food, Krabi Town Walking Street gathers every weekend an incredibly large crowd for such a small area. Started in 2013, this weekly event allows visitors to get a glimpse into southern Thailand life and discover local artisans and artists who come here to present their products. A night market would not be a night market in Thailand without tasty snacks to grab, so there is a multitude of Thai street food favourites to sample here while wandering around this lively market.

The variety of items for sale from one stall to the other is quite interesting: standard fashionable T-shirts and fisherman’s pants are next to “handmade with real cow leather” handbags; while a few metres away you could find a gardening tools stall, then an “I Love Krabi” fabric bags stand, before reaching a booth selling oyster pearls jewellery, which itself faces a local artist selling revisited pop-art paintings. As in most markets in Thailand, bargaining is expected; with a smile you could get these low prices even lower.


Event

W

onderful Thailand onderful World

2014

Wonderful Thailand Wonderful World is an exhibition for promoting the tourism business, and the tourist attractions in Thailand. A great event will offer tons of tour choices at special prices with the aim to boost tourism on weekdays. All this plus lots more fun activities and prizes to be won. Date : 15 May - 18 May 2014 Time : 10.00-20.00 Location : Queen Sirikit National Convention Center Website : www.wonderfulthailand.net


Agency PR

Talked with

Mr. Marcus Paiva.He Co-Founder and Managing Director of ClickBus

In this issue, we’re going to interview Mr. Marcus Paiva.He is the Co-Founder and Managing Director of ClickBus, the online booking website for buying the bus tickets, which is faster, easier and more comfortable. Q : Could you please introduce yourself? A : My name is Marcus Paiva. I’m the Brazilian, and I come to Asia to explain the ClickBus. Q : What you think about the travel in Thailand? A : I think here is a huge market, so when we choose the very famous country, where everybody want to go, Thailand received more than five times. So, this shows how big the tourism market in Thailand is.

Q : What place you have travelled in Thailand that you’re excited or like it? A : I really like the island, especially Phi Phi Island. Because there’s definitely the most beautiful place I’ve ever been to. And the other part of the south of Thailand also very nice, Koh Tao, Koh Phangan, which is attract a lot of tourists for the big party. Q : Finally, What would you like to say to our audience about the travel? A : I can say that now you have a very good alternative to find all the time table, all the alternative to travel to all these beautiful places in Thailand. So can reach all these places that you cannot go by plane most of the time and you can simply easy organize the trip with the convenience offers, doing that by your computer or your mobile phone.


Real Story

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THINGS TO DO

IN RANONG THAILAND


I hadn’t even heard of Ranong before we were asked to fly there to meet up with Burma Boating for a video assignment. When we booked our flights at a local 7-11 via the Nok Air App (how cool is that) we had no idea what to expect when we arrived. We stepped onto the runway at Don Muang Airport in Bangkok to be met by a propeller plane ready to transport us to Ranong. That gave us an idea of the size of the town we were about to fly into. Sacha was a little anxious having never flown on such a small aircraft but once we were above the clouds her fears were vanquished.

Arrival at Ranong Airport Just over an hour later the Nok Air flight touched down at Ranong airport where we were met by a driver from Pons Place. We had booked an airport transfer via the website contact form on www.ponplace-ranong.com and the driver was prompt and professional. The price was 200 baht per person and the journey took just over 30 minutes to the centre of town. I would use their services again.

Ranong Town First Impressions Many people would just use Ranong as a simple port for the Visa Run to Kawthaung in Myanmar. But after spending a few days there walking around we found it quite a pleasant place to visit.

There is no immediate beach nearby but it is quite well placed for island excursions to Ko Chang and Ko Phayam on the western side of Thailand. There are lots of decent cafes, restaurants, street vendors, local markets and even bars at the north end of town. We noticed the town had a strong Burmese influence due to its proximity to Myanmar just 30 minutes long tail ride away to the west.


Accommodation in Ranong – Where we stayed Ironically, even though we weren’t travelling with our puppy Eden this particular time we still ended up staying a lovely pet friendly hotel. Pathu Resort in Ranong was set within a nice garden setting with a swimming pool, but the thing that we thought was really cool was the motor-bicycles that were on display and for sale in the reception area. They were called Road Wing Bikes and had a real classic steam punk look to them. More of a pedal bike than a motor vehicle but apparently they could still ride 50 kms on motor power should you reach a hill too steep to ride.

Things to do and see in Ranong Town Walking from Pathu resort north into the main town we passed many little street vendors and shops selling coffee and street food. Once you enter the main town the urban setting reminded us a little of the modern version of my mother’s home town Kamayut in Yangon Myanmar. There is a good local market selling fruit, fried foods, take away rice and curry in bags and a variety of common market place food and kitchen products should you have the facilities and wish to cook yourself.

Ranong and Around There are two national parks and two waterfalls within driving riding distance of Ranong Town. Ko Phayam National Park and Lamnam Kra Buri NP. Ngao Waterfalls and Ton Phet Waterfalls which we plan to visit the next time we find ourselves down there. There is also a day trip to the bald mountain which sounds rather interesting. We hear it is a mountain that isn’t covered by trees like almost all of Thailands mountain ranges, so it should resemble the hills we have back home in the UK if what we imagine is correct.


Top of the World Credit : http://globalbhasin.blogspot.com/2014/03/worldwide-cost-of-living-2014.html

World’s

MOST EXPENSIVR CITY Singapore has been named the world’s most expensive city to live in 2014. The Worldwide Cost of Living survey by The Economist Intelligence Unit sees the city replace Tokyo, which topped the list in 2013. The twice annual survey compares more than 400 individual prices across 160 products and services. These include food, drink, clothing, household supplies and personal care items, home rents, transport, utility bills, private schools, domestic help and recreational costs.

As a result, transport costs in Singapore are almost three times higher than in New York. In addition, as a city-state with very few natural resources to speak of, Singapore is reliant on other countries for energy and water supplies, making it the third most expensive destination for utility costs. In its 2014 Worldwide Cost of Living Survey, the EIU said the world’s ten most expensive cities to live in are: Singapore, Paris, Oslo, Zurich, Sydney, Caracas, Geneva, Melbourne, Tokyo and Copenhagen, respectively.

In Singapore, if you want to buy a car there you’ll have to fork out £40,000 just for a permit to take it on the road. Bills for water are also hefty because it has to be piped from abroad. But despite the cost to the government of flushing a public loo, forgetting to do so could see you fined £300.

Credit : http://hereisthecity.com/en-gb/2014/03/04/worlds-most-expensive-city-is-no-longertokyo http://metro.co.uk/2014/03/04/forgot-to-flush-the-loo-that-will-be-a-300-fine-in-singapore-the-


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World

NO TOBACCO DAY

Every year, on 31 May, WHO and partners everywhere mark World No Tobacco Day, highlighting the health risks associated with tobacco use and advocating for effective policies to reduce tobacco consumption. Tobacco use is the single most preventable cause of death globally and is currently responsible for 10% of adult deaths worldwide. The ultimate goal of World No Tobacco Day is to contribute to protecting present and future generations not only from the devastating health consequences due to tobacco, but also from the social, environmental and economic scourges of tobacco use and exposure to tobacco smoke.


Horoscope Predictions for the month of

May

By Mr.

Rup Krishen Baqaya

Aries: A very busy month.Give your intuition a free rein,Be concrete and focussed in achieving your goals.Personal equations,be it a business partner or family need to be handled with care. Taurus: Work secretively and keep a watch on rivals.Conflicts of interest are likely.Agreements could fall through or may have to be amended.Give things and matters a look-over before you sign on the dotted line. Gemini: This is a good time to go through a financial overhaul.Your resources,creativity and some ingenious ideas should see you through and turn things around for you.

Cancer: Clarify all information you receive and you will get more than you can handle.There will be a lot of work pressure and all this will make you restless.Take care of your health. Leo: A big project could come your way.Noble ideas succeed when they are backed with staying power and bullheadedness.The stars this month are good for love and romance.


Virgo: The future is getting brighter every day.Loans and funds will be up your street.This is also the time to angle for them if you are interested.All work you take up this month will get done. Libra: Advancement is indicated in your career.You will earn well and have fun too.The month is also about news,visits,interviews,meets etc. Scorpio: You will have to work with a vengeance.Children,buying and selling,partying,pets etc will take up your time and energy. And it will be worth it. Sagittarius: Success will come your way through different channels.You will be jovial and optimistic.You will generally have an exciting time,with the emphasis being on love and group activities. Capricorn: This is a good time to make some sweeping changes in your life,especially in areas that looked hopeless and left you dejected.You can look forward to a new positive situation altogether. Aquarius: Be careful of not dropping a good project that could come your way.Love will also tug at your heart.There is too much going on for real peace and rest. Pisces: Do not be afraid to take risks.The emphasis is on loans and funds.monetary dealings etc.You may also make some new commitments in business.


Trend

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THE TOP

Foods for Healthy Hair

You likely spend a lot of time (and dough!) choosing products to put on your hair to keep it looking soft and shiny. But if you don’t pay attention to your diet as well, all of that is just money down the drain—literally.

Although your tresses grow slowly, if you make some small eating changes today, you’ll start seeing results in about six months, says Keri Glassman, R.D., and author of The New You and Improved Diet: 8 Rules to Lose Weight and Change Your Life Forever. Add her top healthy foods to your diet for stronger, head-turning hair.

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WHOLE GRAINS “Niacin, pantothenic acid, folic acid, B6, and B12 contribute to the stimulation of hair follicles, which grow healthy, shiny, and strong hair by increasing circulation,” Glassman says. Find all of these vitamins in all whole grains, including oatmeal and brown rice, as well as quinoa.

SALMON Another source of Bs, salmon also provides omega-3 fatty acids, which your body requires in order to grow those luscious locks and keep them from becoming brittle. If you’re not a fan of fish, try adding walnuts, avocado, pumpkin seeds to your diet.

OYSTERS Foods rich in antioxidants, zinc, and selenium help the body repair damaged hair as well as strengthen follicles, Glassman says. For those who don’t like slurping mollucks, add shellfish, legumes, and red meat to your diet instead.

EGGS Enjoy an omelet for biotin, another B vitamin (sensing a theme here?), which keeps hair strong by stimulating new cell growth. Eggs are also a great source of protein, the main component of your locks. Mixed nuts, Swiss chard, and halibut are other good choices.

LENTIL In addition to protein, zinc, and biotin, these legumes contain iron. “This mineral helps with circulation to ensure that your hair follicles are well supplied with oxygen,” Glassman says. To avoid a lentil rut, mix things up by eating a variety of beans.


Lompraya News Lomprayah greet His Majesty the King on the Coronation Day On 5 May 2014, the Coronation Day, Lomprayah, Hua Hin branch and office of marketing greet His Majesty the King at Klai Kangwon Palace in Hua Hin, Prachuap Khiri Khan province. To show the allegiance and promote the good image of the company.

Lomprayah Service Mind Training #1

Lomprayah High Speed Ferries Co., Ltd. organized the “Customer Service Training Train the Trainer project” for the employees. This training is to make them can acknowledge and understand the “Service mind” clearly both of theory and practice, for using the knowledge to manage the company effectively.


Global News China relaunches its economy with 80 large infrastructure China announced at the end of April 80 major public infrastructure projects to counter the effect of a slowing economy while opening up further its markets to private and overseas investors.

Thailand is Ready to Welcome Visitors from Middle East for Green Season Bangkok/Dubai, 6 May, 2014 –The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) took part in the Arabian Travel Market (ATM), one of the leading travel shows in the Middle East, to reinforce the message that Thailand is ready to welcome visitors from the Middle East for the Green Season.

Korean Air connects Houston and Seoul with daily service

Korean Air is now operating daily nonstop service between Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) and Incheon International Airport in Seoul.

Thanks : www.traveldailynews.asia www.tatnews.org www. .cnn.com


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Safety Tips for Traveling

Alone

Anyone who travels alone is aware of its singular rewards, but such rewards can be blunted if you fail to make personal safety a priority. Here are a few safety tips for solo travelers.


1. Stay Connected

4. Study Up On Your Destination

Those days of being without cellphone, smartphone and Skype seem almost quaint. Before you leave home, find out whether your mobile phone has roaming capabilities at your destination. If not, or if the roaming cost is prohibitive, rent a phone once you arrive (or buy international SIM cards if you have an unlocked GSM phone) so you have a lifeline. Smartphones outfitted with GPS or online maps are good options for drivers.

Be aware of safety concerns as well as of local customs and etiquette, especially with regard to dress. When in doubt, opt for conservative. Women travelers should know in advance if harassment is an issue — and both men and women should get the safety lowdown on public transportation. Talk to locals about neighborhoods to avoid, especially after dark. Know the local number to call for emergencies.

2. Keep Others Apprised of Your Daily Itinerary

5. Ensure Your Lodgings Are Safe

Regularly let people know where you’re going — including friends and family back home and your innkeeper or hotel concierge. When traveling alone into parkland or wilderness, always let someone know when you expect to return as well as your exact route — and then stick to it.

3. Stash Money, Credit Cards and Passport in Separate Places Keep some money and credit cards in your wallet or purse, and additional money and cards in a pocket or money pouch. When sightseeing, carry only a copy of your passport’s data page, keeping your passport locked in your hotel safe. (It’s also good to leave a copy of the data page with someone at home.) On travel days, carry your passport separately from your money and credit cards.

Keep your door locked, with the security chain fastened. Try to snag a room close to where the action is — near the concierge desk, say, or near elevators. Stay away from ground floors where window entry is possible. Don’t answer the door if you’re not expecting anyone.

6. Stay Healthy Is the water safe to drink? Are poisonous snakes or spiders a problem? Are mosquitoes a health issue? Does your dive operator have a stellar safety record? Bring an extra supply of prescription medications and an extra script (with the generic drug name rather than the brand name). And don’t forget hand sanitizer.

7. Keep Your Wits About You Traveling alone doesn’t mean cowering in a hotel room. Venturing into unknown territory is one of the thrills of travel. But don’t let yourself get so distracted by sights and sounds (or recording every moment on camera or cellphone) that you let your guard down. Of all the travel-alone safety tips, this is the most important: Don’t leave common sense at home.


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Arr.

07:30 13:00 07:30 13:00 07:30 13:00

08:45 14:45 10:30 16:00 11:20 16:40

Price

Dep.

Arr.

06:00 09:30 15:00 17:30

07:00 10:30 16:00 18:30

06:00

07:45

700

09:30 15:00 10:15 14:45 10:15 14:45 10:15 14:45 06:00 09:30

11:20 16:40 11:45 16:15 17:00 21:35 20:30 00:30 08:45 13:30

600

600 1,000 1,100

Price 600 500

ONE WAY ROUND TRIP

750

Train Station

Price

1,500

600 1,100 1,100 800 700

From

KOH TAO To

Dep.

06:00 Surat Thani 09:30 NaKorn Si Thommarat 06:00 09:30 Surat Thani 06:00 09:30 (Airport) NaKorn Si Thommarat 06:00 09:30 (Airport) 06:00 Surat Thani 09:30 (Train Station) 06:00 Haadyai 09:30 06:00 Phuket 09:30 06:00 Krabi 09:30 Ao Nang / Krabi 06:00 09:30 06:00 Khao Sok 09:30 06:00 Phangnga 09:30 Khao Lak 06:00 Koh Phi Phi 06:00 Koh Lanta 06:00 Railay 06:00 From

Arr. 10:00 15:00 11:00 16:00 10:45 15:45 10:30 15:30 10:30 15:30 15:00 20:00 15:00 21:00 12:00 17:00 12:30 17:30 13:00 18:30 14:00 20:00 14:00 16:30 17:30 13:00

KOH PHANGAN

Dep.

Arr.

Koh Samui

11:00 16:20 08:30 13:00 17:45 08:30 13:00 08:30 13:00 08:30 13:00 07:15 12:00 14:30 07:15 12:00 14:30

11:20 16:40 09:30 14:00 18:45 11:45 16:15 17:00 21:35 20:30 00:30 07:45 12:30 15:00 08:45 13:30 16:15

To

(Pralarn Pier)

Koh Tao Chumphon Hua Hin Bangkok Koh Samui (Nathon Pier)

Donsak

Price 900 800 950 850 1,000 900 950 850 950 850 1,100 1,000 1,100 1,000 1,000 900 1,100 1,000 1,150 1,050 1,100 1,000 1,050 1,300 1,300 1,350

Price 300 500 600 1,000 1,300 1,300 300 450

KOH PHANGAN

0 7723 8411-2 0 7723 8262 08 7887 9791

0 7742 7765-6 08 1536 7162

Nathorn Pier

0 7795 1129 08 7888 0769

0 7720 0932-33

SURAT THANI CITY

DONSAK

0 7737 2144-6

KOH PHANGAN

Dep.

07:15 Surat Thani 12:00 14:30 07:15 NaKorn Si Thommarat 12:00 07:15 Surat Thani 12:00 (Airport) 14:30 NaKorn Si Thommarat 07:15 (Airport) 12:00 07:15 Surat Thani 12:00 (Train Station) 14:30 07:15 Phuket 12:00 07:15 Krabi 12:00 14:30 07:15 12:00 Ao Nang / Krabi 14:30 07:15 Haadyai 12:00 07:15 12:00 Khao Sok 14:30 07:15 Phangnga 12:00 Khao Lak 07:15 Koh Phi Phi 07:15 Koh Lanta 07:15 Railay 07:15 From

KOH SAMUI (Pralarn Pier)

To

0 7621 6044-5 08 1970 8877 08 1787 2221

Pralarn Pier

0 7742 0121 08 1079 3299

To

0 7562 2318 08 1767 5412

PHUKET

KOH SAMUI

0 7755 8212 08 1970 4252

From

KRABI

Dep.

Koh Phangan 08:00 12:30 08:00 Koh Tao 12:30 08:00 Chumphon 12:30 08:00 Hua Hin 12:30 08:00 Bangkok 12:30

Arr. 10:00 15:00 17:30 11:00 16:00 10:45 15:45 18:00 10:30 15:30 10:30 15:30 18:00 15:30 21:00 12:30 17:00 19:30 12:30 17:30 20:00 15:00 20:00 13:00 18:30 20:00 14:00 20:00 14:00 16:30 17:30 13:00

Arr. 08:20 12:50 09:30 14:00 11:45 16:15 17:00 21:35 20:30 00:30

Price 550 650 800 650 650 1,000 850 1,050 800 750 750 750 1,150 1,150 1,150

Price 300 600 1,100 1,400 1,400


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