Koh Samui buses and bus timetables

Krabi busesThe bus is the cheapest but least comfortable option to get to Samui. Buses leave from Bangkok’s Southern bus terminal and take around 12-13 hours, again it is well worth avoiding any hassle by buying a combination ticket.

Expect to pay around 900 baht for a VIP bus, and certainly spending a few baht more can help to make your journey a little more comfortable. It is possible to get private bus services from Khao San Road, but their reliability and quality tends to vary hugely.

It is worth taking the overnight bus, as you may get more peace on board when the video gets switched off. You can get a bus or combo ticket at relatively short notice at one of dozens of travel agents on the Khao San Road or in the Sukhumwit area.

Alternatively take a taxi to the Southern Bus Terminal, where buses leave hourly to the south, between 06:00 and 21:00. Similar multi-leg arrangements can easily be made from travel agents in Phuket and Krabi and even on Koh Phi Phi and Koh Lanta.



Southern Bus Terminal: 8 Borommaratchachonnani Road, Tel: (02) 246 0339, (02) 422 4444 Call Center: 1490 (24 Hrs).

Buses From Bangkok (Southern Bus Terminal) to Koh Samui 
Destination Fare Class Duration Departure time
Koh Samui 874 1st class VIP (24 seats) 12 hrs 07:15, 19:00, 19:30, 20:20, 20:30
Koh Samui 562 1st class VIP (40 seats) 12 hrs 19:00, 20:00
Koh Samui 437 2nd class VIP(46 seats) 12 hrs 07:00, 19:30
Buses From Koh Samui to Bangkok (Southern Bus Terminal)
Destination Fare (THB) Class Duration Departure time
Bangkok 874 1st class VIP (24 seats) 12 hrs 07:30, 15:30, 16:30, 17:30
Bangkok 562 1st class VIP (40 seats) 12 hrs 15:30, 16:30
Bangkok 437 2nd class VIP (46 seats) 12 hrs 07:30, 13:30

Note: To find more the best rate Hotels in Koh Samui, we recommend you look online at Agoda.com. They seem to be the most competitively priced of the hotels sites.

Morchit Bus Terminal: 2 Kamphaengphetch Road, Chatuchak, Tel: (02) 537 0291, Call Center: 1490 (24 Hrs).

Buses From Bangkok (Morchit) to Koh Samui
Destination Fare (THB) Class Duration Departure time
Koh Samui 874 1st class VIP (24 seats) 12 hrs 06:45, 18:45
Koh Samui 562 1st class VIP (40 seats) 12 hrs 19:05
Buses From Koh Samui to Bangkok (Morchit Bus Terminal)
Destination Fare (THB) Class Duration Departure time
Bangkok 874 1st class VIP (24 seats) 12 hrs 07:30, 16:30
Bangkok 562 1st class VIP (40 seats) 12 hrs 17:35
Buses from Krabi, Phi and Phuket to Samui or Koh Phan Ngan

There’s a twice daily bus service to Samui and other Gulf islands from the Andaman coast, put on especially for travellers. Catching the provincial buses to Surat Thani and trying to get to the pier on your own just doesn’t work. Far more practical if you need to get from, say, Phi Phi to Koh Phan Ngan by bus or Phuket to Samui, would be via a local travel agent.

There’s a well worn route between the two coasts involving ferry and bus, with personnel on hand at the transfers to make sure you get on the right buses and boats. From Phuket or Krabi to Samui by bus, you can probably choose from two services a day (morning or afternoon), while those on Phi Phi, or going as far as Koh Tao can reckon on a full day of travelling.

As for departure times, this is less important since you will be sold a ticket by your guesthouse or concierge or local agent that includes a hotel pick up at about 07:30 with an arrival on Samui at about 13:00 or 15:00 on Koh Pha Ngan. In between there are three different modes of transport, and quite a bit of waiting around. A similar operation takes place in the afternoon. The cost is usually less than 500 baht for the whole journey.

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