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About Bangkok

Thailand's capital Bangkok is a city that has attracted a lot of international attention in recent years with its fast-growing economy. Both its modern buildings as well as its Buddhist temples create an atmosphere of contrasts in the city. You can come across many people from different nations in Bangkok, where there are many Asian headquarters of multinational corporations.
 
At the heart of the city the most popular destinations are the Siam Square, Floating Market, Grand Palace, Chatuckhak Market, Bankgok National Museum, Arun Temple and Chinatown. There are also numerous Buddhist temples. If you wish, you may make a canal boat tour in places around the city. Do not forget to have a Thai-style massage which is a must of Bangkok. 
 
In Bangkok, where the monsoon climate prevails, there is not any temperature difference in summer and winter. However it rains in summer months continuously and lasts until October. The average temperature is around 30 °year-round
 
Bangkok offers a great variety of dining, entertainment and shopping options. The Buddhist temples and boat trips are must-see attractions for visitors. 
 
Bangkok International Airport is 30 km away from the city center. By train you can easily access the city center. You can also use the bus and taxis. 
 

Transportation to Bangkok City Center from Airport

Don Mueang Intl Airport

Thailand’s capital Bangkok is one of the most important tourist destinations in the Asian continent. The city, which hosted over 25 million tourists last year, has 2 airports. The Suvarnabhumi International Airport opened for international travel in 2006. The city’s first airport, Don Mueang International Airport, is a regional commuter flight hub and low-cost airline hub. Suvarnabhumi International Airport handles the largest amount of international passengers entering the city, handling over 53 million passengers in 2012.

Bangkok is a city with a population of 8 million. Like other South Asian countries, transportation within the city can be chaotic. However, transportation to and from the airport is extremely advanced and comfortable.

Suvarnabhumi International Airport

Rail

Suvarnabhumi Airport opened for international commercial flights in 2006. The rail system serves as the main transportation method between the airport, located around 30 km, and the city. The “City Line” is a six-station metro line that connects the airport to downtown Bangkok in 30 minutes. Makkasan Station and Phaya Thai Station are accessible using the Airport Rail Link, which connects you to the MRT and BTS Skytrain.  

Phaya Thai is located about 15 minutes away on foot from the entertainment center of the city, the Phat Pong district. You can also get to the Suhkumvit and Silom districts, where luxury hotels are located, from this station by getting on buses 77 and 163.

Khao San Road, where hostels, cheap accommodation options for backpackers, and entertainment venues are located, is a short distance away; you can take buses 201 and 503 and get there in less than 30 minutes. The metro operates from 6 am to 12 am. The trip ranges between 15 minutes to 30 minutes. The metro is located in Terminal B; there are airport bus services available to get to the metro.

Airport Services

There are two minibus lines that depart from the airport and go to Victory Monument. The 550 line operates within the city and the 551 line is an express line that travels on the motorway. These buses depart from the arrival terminals; the stops are located in between gates 1 and 8. Located next to these minibuses are buses and minibuses that go to important residential and tourist areas in the city. Chief among these is bus line 553, which provides transportation to Samutprakarn Crocodile Farm & Zoo.

Taxi

Taking a taxi from the airport to the city center or tourist areas in the city takes between 30 and 45 minutes. Taxis are located at the departure terminal at the airport, between gates 4 and 7.

If you would rather go through the city than on the motorway the taxi fare ends up being cheaper. Let us remind you that rounding up the fare is extremely usual. If the total fare is 17 Thai Baht and you hand the driver a 20, you might not get change back. The taxi driver could consider it a tip.

The tuk-tuks (three-wheeled rickshaw) you see everywhere in the city are not recommended for long distances. To facilitate easier communication with your taxi driver let us point out that locals refer to Bangkok as Krung Thep Maha Nakhon or Krung Thep.

Rental Cars

There are rental car offices located in the airport arrival and departure terminals. There are 7 rental car offices, most of which are open 24 hours a day. There is one important piece of information to know before renting a car. Thailand drives on the left.

From the airport connect to Motorway 7. This later turns into Sirat Expressway, which has a toll. Sirat Expressway connects you to the city’s most important historical, cultural, and tourist areas.  

Suvarnabhumi Intl Airport

Thailand’s capital Bangkok is one of the most important tourist destinations in the Asian continent. The city, which hosted over 25 million tourists last year, has 2 airports. The Suvarnabhumi International Airport opened for international travel in 2006. The city’s first airport, Don Mueang International Airport, is a regional commuter flight hub and low-cost airline hub. Suvarnabhumi International Airport handles the largest amount of international passengers entering the city, handling over 53 million passengers in 2012.

Bangkok is a city with a population of 8 million. Like other South Asian countries, transportation within the city can be chaotic. However, transportation to and from the airport is extremely advanced and comfortable.

Suvarnabhumi International Airport

Rail

Suvarnabhumi Airport opened for international commercial flights in 2006. The rail system serves as the main transportation method between the airport, located around 30 km, and the city. The “City Line” is a six-station metro line that connects the airport to downtown Bangkok in 30 minutes. Makkasan Station and Phaya Thai Station are accessible using the Airport Rail Link, which connects you to the MRT and BTS Skytrain.  

Phaya Thai is located about 15 minutes away on foot from the entertainment center of the city, the Phat Pong district. You can also get to the Suhkumvit and Silom districts, where luxury hotels are located, from this station by getting on buses 77 and 163.

Khao San Road, where hostels, cheap accommodation options for backpackers, and entertainment venues are located, is a short distance away; you can take buses 201 and 503 and get there in less than 30 minutes. The metro operates from 6 am to 12 am. The trip ranges between 15 minutes to 30 minutes. The metro is located in Terminal B; there are airport bus services available to get to the metro.

Airport Services

There are two minibus lines that depart from the airport and go to Victory Monument. The 550 line operates within the city and the 551 line is an express line that travels on the motorway. These buses depart from the arrival terminals; the stops are located in between gates 1 and 8. Located next to these minibuses are buses and minibuses that go to important residential and tourist areas in the city. Chief among these is bus line 553, which provides transportation to Samutprakarn Crocodile Farm & Zoo.

Taxi

Taking a taxi from the airport to the city center or tourist areas in the city takes between 30 and 45 minutes. Taxis are located at the departure terminal at the airport, between gates 4 and 7.

If you would rather go through the city than on the motorway the taxi fare ends up being cheaper. Let us remind you that rounding up the fare is extremely usual. If the total fare is 17 Thai Baht and you hand the driver a 20, you might not get change back. The taxi driver could consider it a tip.

The tuk-tuks (three-wheeled rickshaw) you see everywhere in the city are not recommended for long distances. To facilitate easier communication with your taxi driver let us point out that locals refer to Bangkok as Krung Thep Maha Nakhon or Krung Thep.

Rental Cars

There are rental car offices located in the airport arrival and departure terminals. There are 7 rental car offices, most of which are open 24 hours a day. There is one important piece of information to know before renting a car. Thailand drives on the left.

From the airport connect to Motorway 7. This later turns into Sirat Expressway, which has a toll. Sirat Expressway connects you to the city’s most important historical, cultural, and tourist areas.  

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