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As a major hub for transportation in the region, Tak is easily reached directly by car or bus. However, it is also possible to take a train or plane to nearby Sukhothai or Phitsanulok and then a bus to Tak. Once there, it may be easier to get around with your own car, but there are standard forms of local transport available for visitors: i.e., songthaews, motorbike taxis, Samlors, and tuk tuks.


Getting to and from Tak

By Train:

There are no trains going directly to Tak. The nearest train station is in Phitsanulok. From there,

tourists can take a local bus to Tak. Contact Bangkok Railway Station Tel. 1690, 0223 7010,

0 2223 7020 or visit www.railway.co.th for more information.


By Car:

From Bangkok, take Highway No. 1 (Phahonyothin Road) and Highway No. 32 to Nakhon Sawan via

Ayutthaya, Ang Thong, Sing Buri and Chai Nat Provinces, then take Highway No. 1 again and

proceed to Tak via Kamphaeng Phet Province. The total distance is 426 kilometres.


By Bus:

From Bangkok, air conditioned bus’s depart from Bangkok's Northern Bus Terminal ( Mo Chit 2 ) to Tak between 5 a.m. and 10 p.m. every day. The journey takes six hours. Call 0 2936 2852-66 or visit www.transport.co.th for updated schedules. Private bus companies, such as Thanchit Tour ( Tel: 0 2551 1307 ) and Choet Chai Tour ( Tel: 0 2551 1054 ) also operate daily bus services to Tak.


By Air:

Solar Air has three flights a week into and out of Mae Sot from Bangkok’s Don Mueang Airport. For schedule or reservations, contact www.solarair.co.th


Getting Around Tak

As in most rural Thai provinces there are typically Songthaews that follow established routes around the provincial capital and local busses and songthaws for trips between towns within the province. Songthaew, motorbike taxis, and Samlors

( three wheeled pedal powered cabs ) are usually available for private charter as well.

Tak Province, getting around in the Province.

Tak Province, Page 3, Bhumibol Dam, Hill Tribes of the Province, Tourism Loy Krathong Festival
Tak Province, Page 12, Amphoe Mae Ramat, Wat Don Kaeo, Ban Boran.