Bangkok - Surin
Bangkok - Surin
Bangkok-Surin bus travel
Travelling by bus from Bangkok to Surin can be a memorable experience with our dependable bus services. Departing from Morchit Bus Terminal of Bangkok, the buses running on the Bangkok-Surin route are managed by the carrier Rung Prasert Tour. There are two buses from Bangkok to Surin at an interval of an hour. Both buses depart in the evening, with the first bus leaving at 8.15 PM while the last one leaving at 9.15 PM. The direct trip from Bangkok to Surin lasts for 7 hours 20 minutes and costs 378 Baht.
Our Bangkok-Surin buses arrive at the Amphur Rattanaburi Bus Station of Surin province at 3.35 AM and 4.35 AM, the next day. As of now, we offer only Economy class buses for this route.
Located to the north of downtown, Bangkok’s Morchit Bus Terminal 2 is well connected to attractive beach destinations of southern Thailand like Phuket, Koh Samui, etc. This bus station boasts of a newly-built, air-conditioned complex with relaxed seating arrangement and a number of food outlets.
The large province of Surin is situated in the Mun River Basin of the Isaan region, located at the northeastern side of Thailand. A celebration known as Elephant Round-Up takes place in this province each year, and it attracts several international as well as Thai tourists.
Surin province is also renowned for the production of jasmine rice and silk. The province also features a handful of Khmer ruins, dating back to the era of Khmer of Angkor, a famous civilization that existed between 802 and 1431 A.D.
Tips for travelers
Surin town, the administrative center of Surin province, has a very popular night market. Do try out the Isaan sausage and flattened chicken in Lao style.
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