By bus it takes 8 hours 35 hours to travel from Rayong to Tak.
Bus Timetable: Rayong to Tak
Click on the Rayong – Tak link below for more information and to buy tickets.
|Rayong - Tak ฿ 614–706 7h 50m – 9h 35m|
Bus Stop in Rayong
Bus services to Tak depart from Rayong Bus Terminal 2, 155/195 Soi Mu Ban Phloen Chai 5, Tambon Thapma, Amphoe Mueang Rayong, Chang Wat Rayong 21000.
Arrival in Tak
Bus services from Rayong arrive in Tak at Tak Bus Terminal, Chiang Ngoen, Mueang Tak District Tak 63000.
Tak is a small riverside town with a population of about 30,000. Tak town is the main town in Tak Province in the Northern Region of Thailand. Tak town itself gets few foreign visitors, although it is a transport hub for travel to other locations in Tak Province, which has some major tourist attractions. Tak Province borders Myanmar and contains some notable natural features including part of the Western Forest Complex which is the largest forest in South East Asia and contains a wide range of wildlife. Tak Province is also the location of the Bhumibol Dam, which is the largest dam in Thailand.
The main things to see in and around Tak town are:
- King Taksin the Great Shrine: The first king of the current Royal dynasty served as governor of Tak before he became king and there is an elaborate shrine to King Taksin in the centre of the town.
- Trok Ban Chin: This long narrow alleyway features lots of old wooden buildings, most of which are still inhabited by members of the local Thai-Chinese community.
- Wat Bot Manee Si Bunruang: Temple with a Mon style pagoda built at the end of the 19th Century.
- Bangkok Bicentennial Bridge: A pedestrian suspension bridge built in 1981 to celebrate 200 since the founding of the city of Bangkok.
- Wat Mani Banphot Worawihan: Tak’s main temple which features a large gilded chedi and ornate ordination hall with a portrait of King Rama v.