From Thailand’s largest port, it is around 140 kilometres to the Thai capital Bangkok. There, a pulsating metropolis of millions awaits the visitor with over 400 sanctuaries and a widely ramified network of canals. The old town of Rattanakosin knows how to inspire with its grand palace and fascinating temples. Those who visit the temple Wat Pho will surely never forget the sight of the Buddah statue lying there: 15 metres high, 46 metres long and completely gilded. In the evening, the city’s numerous night markets invite you on a shopping spree.
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Timetable, Prices & Availability
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Ferry connections from & to Bangkok
Here you see an overview of all ferry routes which currently call at the port of Bangkok:
- Fähre Bangkok – Koh Chang (Centre Point Pier)
- Fähre Bangkok – Koh Kood (Ao Salad Pier)
- Ferry Bangkok – Koh Samed
- Fähre Koh Chang (Centre Point Pier) – Bangkok
- Fähre Koh Kood (Ao Salad Pier) – Bangkok
- Ferry Koh Samed – Bangkok