How do I get from DMK to Bangkok City Centre?

How do I get from DMK to Bangkok City Centre?

There are 2 different bus lines that run from Don Mueang (DMK) airport to Bangkok; the A1 and the Airport Limo Express bus. The cheapest and most convenient bus line is the A1, which leaves the airport every 5 minutes, takes 20 minutes to reach Mo Chit bus station.

How much does it cost from Don Muang to Bangkok?

3 ways to get from Don Muang Airport to Bangkok

Transport mode Duration Costs
Bus 40 min – 1.5 hr 30-170 THB ($1-$6)
Taxi 30 min – 1 hr 300 THB ($10)
Train 1 hour 5 THB ($0.20)

How much does it cost from Bangkok airport to city?

Transfer comparison

Transport Travel time Cost
Airport Rail Link 💸 60-90 Min. 45 Baht (1.20 €)
Public bus 90-120 Min. 60 Baht (1.50 €)
Taxi ⏱️ 30-60 Min. 450-600 Baht (15 €)
Private Shuttle 30-60 Min. 1000 Baht (26 €)

Is DMK and BKK the same airport?

There are two airports in Bangkok, the main airport, Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) which services all major airlines and Don Mueang Airport (DMK) which now serves all of Asia’s budget airlines.

Is there grab or Uber in Bangkok?

First things first, there’s no “official” Uber here. Uber left in April of 2018 and acquired a stake in the super popular “local” Uber alternative, called Grab. Grab is easy to fire up, takes minutes to get started and foreign phone numbers are totally fine. You can pay by card or cash, which is nice too.

How do I get from Bangkok airport to the city?

The Airport Rail Link is the cheapest and fastest way out of the airport and into downtown Bangkok. When you arrive, follow the signs for the train station, which is located on the basement floor. The train will take you directly to Makkasan Station in about 35 minutes.

Does the skytrain go to Bangkok airport?

The direct Express Line provides a 15-minute non-stop journey between the City Air Terminal Makkasan station and Suvarnabhumi Airport. The trip is priced at 150 Baht per trip. The Commuter Train makes eight stops throughout the city, taking 27 minutes to travel the 28 kilometres (17 miles) to the airport.

Are taxis expensive in Bangkok?

The fare starts at 35 baht and stays there for the first 2 kilometers. The fare gradually works its way up with 2 baht at a time (roughly per km). A surcharge applies in traffic jams (1.25 baht per meter when moving under 6 km/h). Typical taxi fares for going a few kilometers are around 50 baht.

Why is DMK airport famous?

The airport is considered to be one of the world’s oldest international airports and Asia’s oldest operating airport. It was then the 14th busiest airport in the world and 2nd in Asia by passenger volume. Currently, Don Mueang is the main hub for Nok Air, Thai AirAsia and Thai Lion Air.

Which airport is better DMK or BKK?

For Domestic flight, there is insignificant difference. Both Airports are quite efficient, only BKK is much bigger.

How to get from Don Muang Airport to Bangkok City?

Depending on your budget and travel requirements, the transportation options from Don Muang Airport to Bangkok city are easily accessible from the airport. This is by far the easiest transportation mode from DMK to Bangkok city as the airport is located at about 25km away from the city.

How to get from Bangkok International Airport to Amari Don Muang hotel?

Vibhavadi Rangsit Road is the road in front of the airport, it is separated from the terminal by a wall. To get to the road and the bus stop: – take the pedestrian bridge that links the International Terminal 1 to the Don Muang Train Station and Amari Don Muang Hotel on Level 2. – exit on the road through the staircase (first door on your right).

How to get from DMK airport to Khao San Road?

There is now a new Limo Bus that can take you directly from DMK Airport to Khao San Road. For more information and to book your tickets: It is also possible to take a minibus to go to Bangkok. There are many different lines and you can board, one of them at the bus stop on Vibhavadi Rangsit Road.

How do I get from DMK airport to Mo Chit?

The shuttle bus A1 runs in between DMK airport and Mo Chit. The bus stops near the BTS (Sky Train) Mo Chit Station and near the MRT (Subway) Chatuchak Park Station. The A1 bus stop is located outside Gate 6 of the International Terminal 1 on Level 1. The bus runs everyday from 07.30 to Midnight and leaves every 15 minutes.