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Thailand has several border crossings, mainly used as gateways for one-day tours, between Malaysia, Laos, Myanmar and Cambodia.

Between Thailand and Malaysia, the border crossings are at Sadao District of Songkhla (Malaysian side is Changlun), Betong District of Yala (Malaysian side is Keroh) and Sungai Golok District and Tak Bai Sub-district of Narathiwat (Malaysian side is Kota Baru). Hat Yai, the major hub in the south, connects directly to Alor Setar. Daily buses run between Alor Setar, Hat Yai and Kota Baru and back. Visitors can walk over the railway into Thailand and take an official Thai taxi to Hat Yai with a stop at the immigration post.

Between Thailand and Laos, the longstanding border crossings are at Chong Mek and Pakse in Ubon Ratchathani. In 1994, an Australian-financed bridge across the Mekong River near Nong Kai, called the Thai-Lao Friendship Bridge (Saphan Mittaphap Thai-Lao), is another choice to cross the border.

Several border crossings link Thailand and Myanmar. Whether they are open or not depends on the current state of relations between the two countries. The crossings are at:
•    Mae Sai-Ta Kilek and Mae Chan at Chiang Rai, near the Sai River
•    Three Pagodas Pass in Kanchanaburi, open for tourists but the road is very poor.
•    Mae Sot-Myawaddy at Tak, near the Moei River
•    Chiang Dao in Chiang Mai
•    Prachuab Khiri Khan at the Mawdaung Pass between Band Huay Yang and Taninyarthi

Between Thailand and Cambodia, the main border crossing is at Aranyaprathet District in Sa Kaeo.
Several crossing points link Thailand with Myanmar, Laos and Cambodia. During normal relations, few border crossings are made officially. During times of dispute, overland border crossings may be closed altogether.Thailand has several border crossings, mainly used as gateways for one-day tours, between Malaysia, Laos, Myanmar and Cambodia.

Between Thailand and Malaysia, the border crossings are at Sadao District of Songkhla (Malaysian side is Changlun), Betong District of Yala (Malaysian side is Keroh) and Sungai Golok District and Tak Bai Sub-district of Narathiwat (Malaysian side is Kota Baru). Hat Yai, the major hub in the south, connects directly to Alor Setar. Daily buses run between Alor Setar, Hat Yai and Kota Baru and back. Visitors can walk over the railway into Thailand and take an official Thai taxi to Hat Yai with a stop at the immigration post.

Between Thailand and Laos, the longstanding border crossings are at Chong Mek and Pakse in Ubon Ratchathani. In 1994, an Australian-financed bridge across the Mekong River near Nong Kai, called the Thai-Lao Friendship Bridge (Saphan Mittaphap Thai-Lao), is another choice to cross the border.

Several border crossings link Thailand and Myanmar. Whether they are open or not depends on the current state of relations between the two countries. The crossings are at:

  • Mae Sai-Ta Kilek and Mae Chan at Chiang Rai, near the Sai River
  • Three Pagodas Pass in Kanchanaburi, open for tourists but the road is very poor.
  • Mae Sot-Myawaddy at Tak, near the Moei River
  • Chiang Dao in Chiang Mai
  • Prachuab Khiri Khan at the Mawdaung Pass between Band Huay Yang and Taninyarthi

Between Thailand and Cambodia, the main border crossing is at Aranyaprathet District in Sa Kaeo.

Several crossing points link Thailand with Myanmar, Laos and Cambodia. During normal relations, few border crossings are made officially. During times of dispute, overland border crossings may be closed altogether.

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  • Thailand has several border crossings, mainly used as gateways for one-day tours, between Malaysia, Laos, Myanmar and Cambodia.Between Thailand and Malaysia,...
  • Overland entry to Thailand is restricted to three road crossings on the Thai- Malaysian border, and the bridge spanning the Mekong River between Laos and...

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