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Interprovincial bus services to Thailand’s South resumes on 9 June

Interprovincial bus services to Thailand’s North, Northeast and East already resumed as of 18 May.

Bangkok, 09 June, 2020, at 09.30 Hrs. – The Transport Co., Ltd. has announced the resumption of interprovincial bus services on the Southern routes from today, 9 June, following the government’s relaxations for public transport to travel across provinces during the night-time curfew hours (23.00 – 03.00 Hrs.)

The resumption of bus services to the South will be on the following routes (from Mo Chit 2 bus terminal): Bangkok-Ko Samui; Bangkok-Phuket; Bangkok-Dan Nok; Bangkok-Satun; Bangkok-Krabi; Bangkok-Chumphon; Bangkok-Lang Suan, and Bangkok-Three Pagodas Pass.

Other routes include Bangkok-Thap Lamu – Phang Nga; Bangkok-Takua Pa-Kok Kloy; Bangkok-Phuket; Bangkok-Krabi; Bangkok-Nakhon Si Thammarat-Songkhla; Bangkok-Nakhon Si Thammarat-Hua Sai; Bangkok-Trang; Bangkok-Trang-Satun; Bangkok- Su-ngai Kolok; Bangkok-Yala-Betong; Bangkok-Ko Samui; Bangkok-Don Sak Pier; Bangkok-Hat Yai-Songkhla; and Bangkok-Klong Tom-Krabi.

Passengers are required to adhere to a guide to interprovincial travel in Thailand under the COVID-19 control measures, which was in place from the resumption of interprovincial bus services to Thailand’s North, Northeast and East starting from 18 May.

For more information, please contact The Transport Co., Ltd. Call Centre 1490 (24 hours), or visit the website: www.transport.co.th, or follow the Facebook Page: borkorsor99. For bus schedules and ticketing, please visit www.busticket.in.th, www.pns-allthai.com, www.thaiticketmajor.com, and the counter service at 7-Eleven convenience store.

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