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'''Chanthaburi''' (also spelled ''Chantaburi'') is the provincial capital of [[Chanthaburi_(province)|Chanthaburi Province]].
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'''Chanthaburi''' (also spelled ''Chantaburi'') is the provincial capital of [[Chanthaburi (province)|Chanthaburi Province]].
 
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Chantaburi is about 4 hours by bus from [[Bangkok]]. Most visitors arrive here solely to continue on the Cambodian border at Ban Pakard (1-2 hours by minibus, ~100 baht), from where [[Pailin]] is just 15 km away.
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Chantaburi is about 4 hours by bus from [[Bangkok]].
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The Cambodian border at Ban Pakard as 1-2 hours away by minibus (~100 baht) or songthaew (~40 baht), from where [[Pailin]] is just 15km away.
  
 
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* [[Pailin]] — gem town and former Khmer Rouge stronghold in Cambodia
 
  
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* [[Pailin]] - gem town and former Khmer Rouge stronghold in Cambodia
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Revision as of 16:37, 3 September 2007

Chanthaburi (also spelled Chantaburi) is the provincial capital of Chanthaburi Province.

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Understand

Get in

Chantaburi is about 4 hours by bus from Bangkok.


The Cambodian border at Ban Pakard as 1-2 hours away by minibus (~100 baht) or songthaew (~40 baht), from where Pailin is just 15km away.

Get around

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Get out

  • Pailin - gem town and former Khmer Rouge stronghold in Cambodia



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