Bangkok is Thailand's major gateway. Most visitors arrive through Bangkok's Don Muang International Airport, which is connected by daily flights to Europe, North America, Asia and Australasia abroad the world's major airlines.
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Other international flights from Singapore, Malaysia, and Hong Kong land on less regular basis at the southern airports of Phuket and Hat Yai and Chiang Mai in the north.
Regular rail services link Singapore and Bangkok. Intermediary stops include Kuala Lumpur, Butterworth and major southern Thai .
Overland entrances to Thailand is restricted to three road crossings on the Thai-Malaysian border in Songkhla, Yala, and Narathiwat.
There are no regular steamship connections with Thailand. Cargo ships calling at Bangkok's Klong Toey port sometimes have passenger cabin facilities. Cruise ships, such as Cunard's Queen Elizabeth II, Royal Viking or Pearl of Scandinavia periodically visit Pattaya.
There are many ways to get around Thailand. Although most travelers choose to fly between the major tourist centers of Bangkok, the North and South, there's something to be said for the alternatives.
There are still some special and out of the way places you can't get close to by plane, not to mention that most tourist cities have been turned into something which is not quite Thailand.
To see the "real" Thailand you need to get outside the major tourist areas.
Here's your overview and links to the major transportation methods for inter-city travel. For information on getting around specific destinations, see our city guides.In recent years, the number of domestic air carriers has practically exploded, with as many as half a dozen carriers, depending on who is actually in business at the moment. Many of these new airlines are the result of Thai Airways' attempt to offload unprofitable destinations, so their long term viability is in question. The smarter ones are taking a cue from Bangkok Airways and developing new destinations.
Many of the small startups have code share agreements with Thai, at least for the routes they took over from the national carrier. For one or two, the only way to book a flight is through a Thai Airways agent. Note that code-share flights are usually not eligible for e-ticketing.