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By bus
From the '''bus staion''' in town, there are reliable and inexpensive government bus services to many destinations, including [[Bangkok]] (frequent), [[Buriram]] (frequent), [[Chachoengsao]] (frequent), [[Chanthaburi]] (frequent), [[Mukdahan]], [[Nakhon Ratchasima|Nakhon Ratchasima (Khorat)]] (frequent), [[Pattaya]], [[Rayong]], [[Surin]], and [[Udon Thani]]. For [[Trat]], go via [[Chanthaburi]].
'''Bangkok's Northern Bus Station ([[Bangkok#By_bus|Mo Chit]])''' is the best choice for buses to Aran. First class and second class buses leave from the ground floor of the terminal approximately every half hour (4-5hrs, 207 Baht and 160 Baht respectively). A first class may include a snack and drink. The last bus to Bangkok leaves Aranyaprathet at around 6:00 pm.
'''Bangkok's Eastern Bus Station([[Bangkok#By_bus|Ekamai]])''' also has buses to Aran leaving every hour or two (4.5-5.5hrs). Ekamai service: 06.15, 08.30, 10.30, 12.30, & 16.30. 200 baht, not a vip, but ok aircon bus. Phone: 0 2713 5335. Online ticket: Ekamai can also be reached by going via the Suvarnabhumi Airport bus terminal.
The roads to Aranyaprathet have checkpoints and most buses will be boarded at least once by uniformed military/immigration personnel looking primarily for illegal immigrants from Cambodia. Westerners are rarely bothered, but keep your passport handy. If you've overstayed your visa it may be worth using a less busy crossing like [[Pailin#Get in|Ban Pakard/Phsar Prom]].

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