Bus company launches Yangon-Bangkok route

Myanmar busIn a first-of-its-kind service, Yangon Air Bus-Taxi Company is planning to launch a Yangon-Bangkok overland day trip via the Myawaddy border crossing, according to the company chairman, Eleven Myanmar reported.

The programme will start in 2014, and the trip will take approximately 12 hours. Fares are $30 for locals and $ 40 for foreigners. The passengers also must pay 50 Baht for a visa which allows them to stay about 45 days in Thailand.

The company said it will use imported 120-seat air-conditioned double-decker buses from Korea and Japan.

The bus will leave Kyanmaryay Seikkan Bus Terminal on Strand Road in Yangon at 6 am  and arrive in Pa-Ann Township at 10 am and in Kawtkayeik Township at 11 am, respectively. From there, the bus will proceed to Bangkok from Maesot at 2 pm and arrive in Bangkok at 6 pm.



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In a first-of-its-kind service, Yangon Air Bus-Taxi Company is planning to launch a Yangon-Bangkok overland day trip via the Myawaddy border crossing, according to the company chairman, Eleven Myanmar reported. The programme will start in 2014, and the trip will take approximately 12 hours. Fares are $30 for locals and $ 40 for foreigners. The passengers also must pay 50 Baht for a visa which allows them to stay about 45 days in Thailand. The company said it will use imported 120-seat air-conditioned double-decker buses from Korea and Japan. The bus will leave Kyanmaryay Seikkan Bus Terminal on Strand Road...

Myanmar busIn a first-of-its-kind service, Yangon Air Bus-Taxi Company is planning to launch a Yangon-Bangkok overland day trip via the Myawaddy border crossing, according to the company chairman, Eleven Myanmar reported.

The programme will start in 2014, and the trip will take approximately 12 hours. Fares are $30 for locals and $ 40 for foreigners. The passengers also must pay 50 Baht for a visa which allows them to stay about 45 days in Thailand.

The company said it will use imported 120-seat air-conditioned double-decker buses from Korea and Japan.

The bus will leave Kyanmaryay Seikkan Bus Terminal on Strand Road in Yangon at 6 am  and arrive in Pa-Ann Township at 10 am and in Kawtkayeik Township at 11 am, respectively. From there, the bus will proceed to Bangkok from Maesot at 2 pm and arrive in Bangkok at 6 pm.



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