Transportation To Chiang Mai
Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) serves as the primary international airport in Thailand for numerous international airlines, most with direct flights from abroad landing in the Thai capital. However, some chartered flights and international service from nearby Asian nations may land at one of the other, smaller international airports within Thailand, such as Chiang Mai (CNX) too.
Suvarnabhumi Airport is Thailand's premier international air travel gateway and links all aspects of air travel and ground transport. It also supports the country's travel and tourism development, as befits its auspicious name, "Suvarnabhumi", (Golden Land; pronounced "sue-wanna-poom"), which was bestowed upon it by His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej.
Airport Rail Link provides train service at the maximum speed of 160 kilometer per hour on an elevated track parallel to the eastern railway, which covers the distance of approximately 28 kilometers, passing through 8 stations; Phyathai Station, Rajprarop Station, Makkasan Station and City Air Terminal, Ramkhamhaeng Station, Hua Mark Station, Thab Chang Station, Lad Krabang Station, and Suvarnabhumi Station.
Passengers who wish to travel to Suvarnabhumi Airport have two options of service:
1. SA Express, a train service that transports passenger from City Air Terminal or Makkasan Station to Suvarnabhumi Airport within 15 minutes without stopping at any station along the way.
2. City Line, a train service that transports passengers between Phyathai Station and Suvarnabhumi Airport within 30 minutes and stops at every station long the way.
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Thai trains depart throughout the day, though some are express and some make frequent local stops and comprise of only third class seating. Train tickets sell out well in advance for some holidays and weekends, particularly the more limited sleeper cars and the wider, lower bunk, second class sleeper seats. It is advisable to book ahead through an agent, at the station, or from the State Railway of Thailand. 66(0)2-223-7010 or via email at SRT [email protected] for a 200 baht surcharge. Schedules and available seats are posted on their website: www.railway.co.th
By Bus & Coach:
When selecting a bus from Bangkok for a long-distance voyage, note that Thai busses range from the luxurious, towering Super VIP busses to the very colorfully painted express and local busses, which tend to be about the same size as North American school buses. Each different class of Thailand bus provides different levels of comfort, some with no onboard toilet and some with full amenities and reclining seats. Depending on your budget and the length of your trip.
Bangkok Bus Terminals
Eastern Bus Terminal:
To get to Ekkamai Eastern Bus Terminal take the BTS skytrain to Ekkamai Station on Sukhumvit Road.
Central, Northeast, and Northern Bus Terminal:
Mo Chit Station
Kamphaengphet 2 Road.
To get to Mo Chit Northern/Northeastern Bus Terminal take the BTS skytrain to Mo Chit Station (terminal station). Then you can take a motorbike taxi for about 50 baht to reach the bus station.
Southern Bus Terminal: Sai Tai Mai Station
Boromratchchonnani Rd, Bangkok
To get to Sai Tai Mai Southern Bus Terminal you can take bus number 511 from Sukhumvit Road. It may be better to take a taxi as Sai Tai Mai Station is in a difficult location to find on Phutthamonthon Soi 1 in the Taling Chan district.