Bangkok Transportation

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  • Taxis, Bangkok

    1. Taxis

    Getting around the city, taxi is easy if you don't want to walk in the heat and if you are not familiar with buses taxi is your best friend. Taxi is not very cheap to use as public transport but is...

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  • BTS Skytrain, Bangkok

    2. BTS Skytrain

    One of best ways to get around Bangkok.Inexpensive and can be a lot quicker than a car in the heavy Bangkok traffic . From the airport you can catch the Sky train . It takes about 20 minutes and is...

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  • Tuk-tuks, Bangkok

    3. Tuk-tuks

    What would Bangkok be without the hated and beloved tuk-tuks. You know them well colorful noisy vehicle. They drive on three wheels through Bangkok and leave a black cloud behind. The tuk tuk name...

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  • Canal & River Boats, Bangkok

    4. Canal & River Boats

    The Chao Phraya river is an important factor in how you move from one to another location in Bangkok. There's a variety of boats available, from cheap (3 - 4 baht) ferries crossing the river to fast...

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  • Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok

    5. Suvarnabhumi Airport

    É muito fácil alcançar a Embaixada da Birmânia, utilizando os transportes públicos. A embaixada localiza-se a alguns minutos a pé da estação do comboio aéreo de Surasak. Se estiver viajando do...

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  • Airport Bus, Bangkok

    6. Airport Bus

    Cheapest transportation from Suvarnabhumi to Khao San would be Bus No.556 from the Transportation Center at Suvarnabhumi Airport to Southern Bus Terminal via Yommarat - Democracy Monument (close to...

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  • Don Mueang Airport, Bangkok

    7. Don Mueang Airport

    Bangkok International airport is 21 miles north of the city. There is now a train that takes you from the airport to Bangkok in about 30 minutes at the time I was there cabs or airport transfer...

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  • Long Distance Buses, Bangkok

    8. Long Distance Buses

    Ayuthaya you can do by tour as well as by yourself. If you do it by yourself, in my opinion it´s better to go there by bus then by train. Frequent departures from the northern bus terminal (Morchit...

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  • Chao Phraya Express Boats, Bangkok

    9. Chao Phraya Express Boats

    Rachawongse is known as stop N5 and is the 5th stop after leaving the Sathon Central Pier. This pier has a desk attendant where you can purchase a return ticket or pay on the boat. To exit the pier,...

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  • Metro - Subway, Bangkok

    10. Metro - Subway

    MRTA Mass Rapid Transit Authority of Thailand is a decent metro system for getting around town in Bangkok. Easy to use to get to main tourist sites around town. Below is the link for the English...

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  • City Buses, Bangkok

    11. City Buses

    City buses are much cheaper than taxis & tuk-tuks, and affords the tourist a close-up view of everyday life in Bangkok. The disadvantage, though, is that buses are irregular and it is not uncommon...

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  • Trains, Bangkok

    12. Trains

    The train runs only to Nong Khai, near the border, from where you change to a bus. you could also go by bus (either via Nong Khai or direct, more expensive), but the train is more comfortable...

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  • Driver Hire, Bangkok

    13. Driver Hire

    I AGREE WITH JOHNALEX ON THE INFORMATION ABOUT MR TOM BANGKOKS FRIENDLY TAXI DRIVER.WE WERE IN THAILAND IN DEC 2012.TOMS A GOOD DRIVER KEEPS IN TOUCH YOU FEEL VERY SAFE HE WILL TAKE YOU DAY TRIPS OR...

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  • Airport Rail Link, Bangkok

    14. Airport Rail Link

    This is the fairly new airport link which was opened in 2009 between Suvarnabhumi Airport and Bangkok on which the Airport Express runs. It is only a fifteen minute ride, as the train can get to...

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  • Walking, Bangkok

    15. Walking

    Bangkok is a pedestrian friendly area, specially on the main shopping districts as they have many elevated pedestrian walkways (that are covered) and a long sky walk at Ratchprasong Shopping area from...

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  • Airport Taxis, Bangkok

    16. Airport Taxis

    Taxigood should rename the company to taxipoor due to there poor service. I pre-booked online for a return transfer between Bangkok Airport and Pattaya for 2 Adults and 2 Children and my booking was...

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  • Airlines, Bangkok

    17. Airlines

    Bangkok has two airports: - Bangkok Suvarnabhumi International Airport BKK - Don Muang Airport (DMK) Bangkok For more information on the two airports I made separate pages; use the above links to see...

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  • Van - Minibus, Bangkok

    18. Van - Minibus

    I saw the open pick-up trucks type transportation at Bangkok first, and later also in the country. It looked like they served major routes with regular stops. I'm sure these are smaller private...

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  • Toll Roads - Expressways, Bangkok

    19. Toll Roads - Expressways

    Like in Many Cities in the world, Bangkok has it's share of Toll Ways and Expressways and Highways with tolls and when you are riding the tour vans going around, the price of the tolls going to the...

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  • Motorcycle Taxis, Bangkok

    20. Motorcycle Taxis

    You will get swamped my Tuk Tuk drivers everywhere, they spot tourists easily. They always take you on a tour before taking you to your requested location, they will take you to jewellry stores,...

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  • Airport Transfers, Bangkok

    21. Airport Transfers

    The warnings about being ripped off at Bangkok airport can paint an overly gloomy picture of the situation there. I have been to Bangkok many times and over 99% of my cab rides have been without any...

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  • Thai Airways, Bangkok

    22. Thai Airways

    Thai Airways is the Premier Legacy Carrier and largest airline of Thailand. It is a relatively young airline that was restarted in 1988 from the previous Thai Airways-SAS Merger of the 1960's. From...

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  • Hualamphong Station, Bangkok

    23. Hualamphong Station

    Hua Lampong Railway Station Bangkok main railway station is Hua Lampong. Train leave to most part of the country from here. Information Name: Hua Lampong Railway Station Attraction Type:...

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  • Skywalk - Makkasan-Phetchaburi Station, Bangkok

    24. Skywalk - Makkasan-Phetchaburi Station

    It is even easier to get from Suvarnabhumi airport into Hua Lamphong main-line station on the outskirts of Chinatown. SirHalberd (VT member) told me about a possible skywalk between the two stations...

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  • Air Asia, Bangkok

    25. Air Asia

    Airasia is Malaysian low cost airline with destination around Asia. If you booked your ticket far in advance you can fly cheap. We have been flying with this airline for quite sometimes now. We're...

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    Aug 26, 2013 at 7:57 AM

    Leave the baggage in Hualumpon is the worse thing that you can do it. the staff is very disgusting. they charge too much.
    If you go out the station, just in front there is a internet cafe where you can leave your bag for only 30 baths...