Wednesday, May 3

Planes Trains and Automobiles - Siem Reap to Koh Chang in 24 hours

After touring Angkor Wat, we woke up the next morning and took a flight - yes, a flight! on a plane! it was a huge splurge! - to Bangkok. From the Bangkok airport we caught a taxi to the Skytrain. We hopped on the Skytrain and got off at the bus station. Then we took a 6 hour bus ride to a ferry terminal. Tired yet? Yeah, so were we. By that point it was 8 pm, so we crashed for the night at a cheap hostel near the ferry port. The next morning at 6 a.m. we caught another taxi from the hostel to the ferry terminal, and then finally we got on the ferry to Koh Chang. It was a long 24 hours, but imagine how long it would've taken us if we hadn't flown from Siem Reap to Bangkok. Or if we'd simply flown direct from Siem Reap all the way to Koh Chang. Actually, let's not imagine that last option.

Pictures of Koh Chang coming soon!

- Jessi


At 10:41 PM, Blogger ammaron said...


Me and my girlfriend are planning a trip from Thailand, to Ko Chang, to Siem Reap, and back to Thailand. It sounds like you have had some experience with these places. Could you lend us any advice on how to travel them? Were on a backpacker's budget, but if its a safety concern we will have to fly. Were going in January. Any idea about travel methods or flight prices?


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