How to get from don Muang airport by train

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There are several ways to get from don Muang airport to downtown Bangkok, but the cheapest of them is to take the train. Directly opposite the exit from the airport via a covered walkway is a railway station Don Muang Railway Station, from where the centre of Bangkok's main railway station Hualamphong recovering at least 30 trains a day, including night flights. In a way they are just under an hour and cost only 5 baht, which is about 10 rubles!!! Tickets can be purchased at the box office, to book in advance is not necessary.

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In addition, the train from don Muang you can go not only in Bangkok, but in the other cities to the North of Bangkok, for example, in the Ayutthaya, Lopburi, Phitsanulok and even in Chiang Mai. On the route to Kanchanaburi, trains do not go, they poison only from Thonburi station.

Ж/д станция Hualamphong

Train timetables can be found here Ask in the point of departure (Origin) – Don Mueang, to the destination (Destination) – Bangkok, press Check, and get the whole list of trains and time of departure/arrival.

Trains arrive at the main railway station Bangkok Hualamphong, where you can catch the city's metro SkyTrain station, and drive to the desired location in the city (see metro Bangkok). The district of Chinatown is a short walk to his doorstep. However, if you need to get to the popular tourist district of Khao San road, you will have to take a taxi or bus, by metro or on foot can't reach him.

On the way to the center most of the train also makes several stops, allowing you to not get out on the course Hualamphong station, as before. To know whether stop a particular train by clicking in the list of trains on the schedule page (see above) number of trains:

  • If you need to get to the Pratunam area, Siam or other places where there is metro, you can reach of course, or to leave the station at Bang Sue Junction, which is located beside the Chatuchak market and Northern bus station's morchit. By the way, this bus station you can immediately go to other cities in Thailand (read more about Mor Chit here). If you need to transfer to BTS SkyTrain, have a little walk around the Park.

  • If you need a bus to the bus station minivan from Victory Monument, where buses nearby to the city of Bangkok, including Pattaya, Hua hin, the river, etc., then you can drive to Bang Sue Junction or to the end Hualamphong train, and there to take the metro.

    But you can go to the station or Ramathibodhi Hospital Sam Sen. Not all trains stop at these stations, especially at the Ramathibodhi Hospital, check the schedule, as described above. Further from Ramathibodhi Hospital to Victory Monument you can walk a mile, or from both stations to get to Victory Monument on the city bus at a cost of 6 baht. Bus routes from these stations to Victory Monument goes a lot and often, to clarify the room will be able to passers-by or the driver/conductor before boarding.

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admin 13 February, 2019

View travel agencies in the area first, surely there will be some minivans, the type from Khao San road walk.
And so through the airport suitable option there from Baiyoke to airport metro, but already there is from the eighth output every hour a bus for 120 baht go; or free callbase from the airport to the bus station, airport, Public Transportaion Center, and there, too, for 120 baht to North Pattaya and 143 baht to Jomtien every hour.
Well, or at metro's morchit drive, but even more time will be spent, and more. Better through the airport though. ...
marmoset_ya 14 February, 2019
Good afternoon, prompt please, the shortest route from Suvarnabhumi airport to Wat Arun or the second variant To the temple of the reclining Buddha.
Thank you ...
admin February 15, 2019

Hello! So look, both temples are in the same place just on different sides of the river, so more will write how to get to the Reclining Buddha, and Aruna from it you can cross on a ferry for 3 baht. Here is pierce on the map, where there is a ferry, as you can see he very near the temple of the reclining Buddha. To get to Wat Arun on the ground - a thankless task, unless by taxi.
Now, the Reclining Buddha on a taxi from the airport counter or Grab will take around 400 baht.
If you want economical, then hop on the airport Express S1 for 60 baht and drive to Khao San road (here in detail how and where it is sent - Go to the end, and then from her walk 25 minutes to the entrance of the temple. On the way pass by the Royal Palace. Well, or a taxi for 50 baht you can get there. ...
Irina From 17 February, 2019
Good day! Please tell me how to get from the metro area Phra Khanond to the Royal Palace? Thank you! ...
admin 18 February, 2019

Hello Irina! By taxi just to Grab a thought from 300 baht an ordinary trip and 200 economy. So maybe better not to mess with the metro and by taxi. If by metro, then the easiest way is go to the National Stadium without a transplant, or with a transfer to the underground metro to Hua Lamphong, but these stations still taxis will have 50 baht for a ride. ...
Kri_ss 12 May, 2019
Class, thanks for your answers))
We had been planning with her husband vacation in Thailand, so re-read the forum from and to)) ...
Sherzod 27 May, 2019
Hello. How can I get from the airport to the hotel Suvarnbhumi Don Muang cheaper ? And how much is a taxi from the airport to the hotel is don Muang ?Thanks in advance ...
admin 27 May, 2019

Hello! You mean Amari Don Muang Airport Bangkok Hotel? It's right across the street from the airport terminal is located, so follow our instructions and when you get to don Muang, there on foot. Public buses stop just on the other side of the road where this hotel is. ...
Ninar 31 July 2019
Tell me, on a boat with the flag reachable from the Phra Arthit pier to Tha Chang in the morning? ...
admin July 31, 2019

Hello Nina! These piers connects orange and the boat without a flag. ...

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