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Phattalung

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Train

The train station is conveniently located in the centre of town on Rot Fai Rd. Phattalung is on the main north-south train line.

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Bus

There are two bus stations in Phattalung. Buses to Hat Yai, Nakhon Si Thammarat and Thaleh Noi (bird sanctuary) leave from the station on Poh Saat Rd near the night market. Buses to Bangkok, Hat Yai and Surat Thani leave from the station off of Pracha Bamrung Rd. Most of the buses also stop to pick up passengers along Ramesuan Rd by Bangkok Bank. Mini buses to Hat Yai depart off of Ramesuan Rd near the train station. Sample fares follow:

Phattalung to Bangkok
Air-con bus (13-16 hr): 650B - leaves at 16:30

Phattalung to Hat Yai
A/C bus (2+ hr): 90B - leaves every hour 07:00-15:00
Local bus (2+ hr): 60B - leaves every half hour 05:30-16:00
Mini bus (2 hr): 130B - once per day, but check in the morning because the time changes

Phattalung to Nakhon Si Thammarat
Local bus (2+ hr): 60B - leaves every hour 06:00-16:00

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Getting Around

Taking a songthaew (10-20B) is the easiest way to travel around Phattalung. Motorcycle taxis are also readily available. Agree on a fare beforehand and always wear a helmet.

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