Bus times from Krabi to Phuket

The journey by bus from Krabi to Phuket takes approximately 3 hours.

Bus Timetable from Krabi to Phuket


  • Click on the Krabi – Phuket link in the timetable below for more information and to buy tickets.
Krabi - Phuket ฿ 300–320 3h – 3h 10m
  •   VIP 24 10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 13:00, 14:00, 15:00, 16:00, 17:00
  •   Minibus 10:20, 10:30
Krabi - Phuket ฿ 1,090 1h 50m
  •   Speedboat 13:40
Krabi - Phuket ฿ 260–1,000 2h – 6h 5m
  •   Van 9pax 07:30
  •   Van 13pax 06:00, 06:40, 07:20, 08:00, 08:40, 09:20, 10:00, 10:40, 11:20, 12:00, 12:40, 13:20, 14:00, 14:40, 15:20, 16:00, 16:40, 17:20
  •   Minivan 09:20, 09:30, 10:00, 10:30, 11:20, 11:30, 12:00

Bus Stop in Krabi


Bus services to Phuket depart from Krabi Bus Terminal.

Google Map of Krabi Bus Terminal

Arrival in Phuket


Bus services from Krabi terminate at Phuket Bus Terminal 2.

Google Map of Phuket Bus Terminal 2

Wat Khao Rang in Phuket


Rang Hill Temple, also known as Wat Khao Rang, is a Buddhist temple located half way up Rang Hill in Phuket Town. Phuket’s first large Buddha image was constructed at Rang Hill Temple, whose popularity as a tourist destination has diminished with the construction of other larger Buddha statues on the island, particularly the Buddha statue at Chalong. This is one of the reasons why Rang Hill Temple is a great place to visit. This temple is very quiet with very few tourists coming to visit.

Rang Hill Temple in Phuket
Rang Hill Temple in Phuket

A visit to Wat Khao Rang is easy to combine with a visit to the viewpoint at the top of Rang Hill. If you walk up Rang Hill via the Khaw Sim Bee Road on the south side of the hill you go past the entrance to the temple. As well as the large seated golden Buddha statue, Wat Khao Rang also has a very beautiful shrine hall the inside of which is decorated in paintings of scene from the life of the Lord Buddha.

The other feature of the temple which is also interesting is the large number of different statues which have been placed throughout the temple complex. Many of these statues depict characters from Thai and Hindu mythology. The views over Phuket Town are also very good and different to the view from the top of Rang Hill which faces in a different direction. Entry to Rang Hill Temple is free.

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