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There are several ways to get from Bangkok to Samui: 1. Direct flight to [a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samui_Airport#Airlines_and_destinations" descr="Samui Airport (USM)" target=_blank]. This way is most convenient, but also the most expensive. 2. Fly to [a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Surat_Thani_Airport#Airlines_and_destinations" descr="Surat Thani airport (URT)" target=_blank] by [i]AirAsia[/i] low-coster. Then get by taxi (1200 bahts) to [i]Donsak Pier[/i]. Then get to Samui by any ferry ([i]Raja ferry[/i] is the best, but other services are also good). It is [b]the best value for money[/b] way of getting to Koh Samui, but takes a little longer time, as the road from Suratthani airport to Samui takes a few hours. 3. Night bus from Bangkok from [i]Khaosan Road[/i] for 1000-1500 bahts. It also gets to Samui via Donsak Pier. This is the cheapest, but also the most tedious option. There are also buses between Samui and Phuket, and between Samui and Krabi. 4. There is also [i]Lomprayah[/i] high-speed catamaran, but this option is useless because of the high cost. Also these catamarans are very seasick at windy weather. Samui has surprisingly expensive taxi. Therefore, we recommend to hire a bike or a car. Also you may use something like shuttle buses ([i]songthaew[/i]) that run around Samui ring road.
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