How to get from Bangkok
to resorts of Thailand. Transport guide


Bangkok → Cambodia (Siem Reap, Phnom Penh)

You can get from Thailand to Cambodia by low-cost airline, bus (with 3-hour boundary crossing), or private transfer. For more details, read our Airguide.

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Bangkok → Kanchanaburi

It is possible to get from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi to Kanchanaburi by bus, minibus or individual transfer. All the details are in the Airguide.

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Bangkok → Ko Chang (Koh Chang)

To get to exotic Ko Chang island and its resorts from Bangkok, take a bus, a route taxi, an express, a taxi, or a plane. Each of the routes includes a trip by ferry.

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Bangkok Airport → Krabi

It is possible to get to Krabi province from the capital of Bangkok by bus, train (with a change to a bus), taxi or plane. You can compare prices and travel time in Kiwitaxi Airguide and choose a suitable means of transport.

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Bangkok Airport → Pattaya

You can get from Suvarnabhumi Airport to Pattaya by bus, route taxi, or usual taxi. Find out everything about how to save time and money on this route in KiwiTaxi Airguide.

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Bangkok → Phuket

It’s quite difficult to get from Bangkok to Phuket. You can take a train (with a change), a plane, an express bus, or a taxi. Compare prices and travel times in Airguide.

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Bangkok → Ko Samui (Koh Samui)

You can get from Bangkok Airport to Ko Samui island by plane, train (with a change to a shared transfer or a ferry), bus and catamaran, or private transfer.

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Bangkok → Hua Hin

To get from Bangkok to Hua Hin, choose a bus, a minibus, a train, or a transfer. Each form of transport has their own comfort level, journey cost, and travel time.

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How to get from Bangkok to resorts of Thailand. Transport guide

Bangkok is the capital of bright and exotic Thailand. It is a business city which, however, has maintained its Asian zest. This place is full of life: there are business empires being built in its business district, and its steep streets are home to small fruit markets. Many tourists start their acquaintance with Thailand from Bangkok – they first arrive at Suvarnabhumi Airport and then go from it to their holiday destinations. If you are going to go to Bangkok, then our KiwiTaxi Airguides will be helpful to you. We wrote some detailed articles on «How to get from Bangkok…» and «How to get to Bangkok…» and brought them together in this section.

All useful information concerning means of transport, timetables, ticket prices, stopping points and possible transport changes (from and to Bangkok) is provided in this section. Our team has thoroughly studied some websites relating to Bangkok, as well as travellers’ blogs and special tourist forums, and collected the most valuable data on travelling around it. In Airguides, you will find the detailed description of the following routes: Bangkok-Pattaya, Bangkok-Phuket, Bangkok-Ko Samui, etc. Each of these routes has their own peculiarities, so we’ve prepared some informative infographics to make it easier for you to compare ticket prices and travel times for each of them.

Bangkok transport timetable

As in any other Asian countries, transport in Bangkok cannot be called perfect, and its timetable – stable. The tourist season in most resort places of Thailand starts not earlier than October, however even in winter local route taxis and tuk-tuks (the local form of transport looking like an open truck with benches for passengers) run rather irregularly. Only trains and planes have more or less fixed timetables. Express buses usually depart after their cabins are full.

How to choose the right means of transport to get from and to Bangkok?

If you don’t find yourself a professional backpacker who doesn’t need any advice, then we recommend you to pay your attention to this section. Here, we’ve collected the key questions by answering which you will be able to choose your perfect form of transport:

— what is more important for me – saving money or travelling in comfort? If you have a small travel budget, choose public transport with a low and fixed ticket price, and if you are ready to pay a little more for comfort and fast travel, then give preference to a taxi or a plane;

— am I travelling with small children or aged relatives? Because if you’re not travelling alone, you should think about comfort of those who cannot handle long trips, waiting in the heat (this is an acute issue in Bangkok) or hot transport;

— do I have a lot of luggage? It is very hard to make transport changes in an unfamiliar city with heavy suitcases;

— am I arriving in the daytime, in the evening or at night? Many types of transport are not available at night and early in the morning.

Consider all these points thoroughly and it will be easy for you to choose the right form of transport in Bangkok.

KiwiTaxi Airguide: how to get from Bangkok to resorts of Thailand?

All tips we provide in our Airguides are only of a recommendatory nature. As we said before, we base them on the experience of tourists who know Bangkok well, however your journey is unique and only you can choose the best way to get to your destination. We have a couple of tips: all young tourists travelling alone, couples without children, travellers without luggage and those who want to save money, we recommend to take Bangkok public transport. This is a great way to get to know the country better and save your money. But if you appreciate comfort, are travelling with your family, afraid to get lost and not ready to take risks, the best options for you are taxis, transfers, and plane flights.

No matter which route you’ll choose, we are sure your travel in Bangkok will definitely be great! Have a nice trip!