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Very few, and if at all van and probably not even from the near deserted busstation there. If you stay there before, ask at accomm. and have it arranged-most likely a van for borderrunners with some empty space.

If that is not wanted, a little more chances from Chanthaburi (many vans to there), but best IMHO is to take any of the better BKK buses untill where they meet the Main Sukhumvit/Pty rd. near Cholburi and change there. But with all the new rds overthere I am not sure how exactly they route them nowadays.

In the days when there were still more big buses, one had to change at Chantab then Rayong and sometimes even Sattaheep, slow trip but mostly short connections and high frequency. You use most of old Sukhumvit rd then, the faster BKK buses run via the new rd/Klaeng. But these buses have nearly all been replaced by the vans.

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In the Pattaya forum there has been a recent post: Hourly VANs run PTY-Chanthaburi (bus stat.) for 200 bt, replacing the former big buses, taking some 3-3,5 hrs and cost 200 bt.

There are very frequent vans Trat-Chant. BS from several places in Trat town (no need to go to busstat. there-its far out of town and hardly served).

Former big bus that ran not often are no more.

If you stay in Trat the eve before, ask at accomm, they may know of perhaps direct vans (mostly empty space with borderrunners), or perhaps from the Koh Chang ferry port.

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