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Address:Koh Chang, Trat 23120 Thailand

Tel:+661672

Service day:Everyday

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Koh Chang is located in Trat, 315km southeast of Bangkok.

Bangkok Airways flies to Trat from Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Phuket, Samui and Udon Thani. Visit www.bangkokair.com for more details.

Air-conditioned and non-air-conditioned buses are available to Trat from Ekamai Eastern Bus Terminal and Mo Chit Bus Terminal. Visit home.transport.co.th.

An alternative is to take a public van from a station not far from Rajavithi Hospital at Victory Monument. Travel time is about five hours.

Ferry services to Koh Chang are available in Laem Ngop district.

A ferry from Centre Point Ferry Pier (call 039-538-196) leaves every hour from 6am-7pm. Another ferry service at Aow Thammachat (call 039-518-588) departs every 45 minutes from 6.30am-5pm.

Both ferries offer transportation to the island for vehicles. Last is Tha Laem Ngop (call 039-538-084).

The ferry leaves every hour from 9am-5pm and is for passengers only.

For further information about Koh Chang, visit the Tourism Authority of Thailand’s website at www.tourismthailand.org or call 1672.

Restrictions

Alcoholic beverage, Strong smell food, Children, Pets, Slippers, Short pants, Cameras

Location

Koh Chang, Trat 23120 Thailand

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