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The most convenient choice for many passengers will be taking a metered taxi in air-conditioned comfort. There is also the option of taking the train between Don Muang railway station and Hualamphong station from where passengers can transit to the MRT metro service. When you enter arrivals at Don Muang airport head for Door 6 to catch the airport bus into Bangkok. There are actually 2 routes; A1 and A2. The price on both routes is 30 Baht per passenger regardless of where you are getting off. You pay the money directly to the bus conductor on board.
Try to have either the exact fare or small denomination notes. The buses are orange-coloured and clearly marked on the front A1 or A2. From Don Muang airport, buses run every 12 minutes from The conductors usually speak English quite well, are very helpful and will tell backpackers what bus they need to change to reach Khao San Road. Please note though, space in these mini-vans is limited so if you have large bags you will probably have to pay for 2 seats.
The drivers that operate out of Victory Monument also have a dubious reputation for driving too fast. The A1 bus also runs a frequent service back to Don Muang airport. Buses run every 12 minutes 7am to midnight to Don Muang with a price of 30 Baht. Roy Cavanagh is a former stand-up comedian who now works as a freelance writer and website deer. From there you can easily catch a taxi to your accommodation. Bus to Suvarnabhumi airport There is also a free shuttle bus service that goes to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi airport.
The shuttle bus to Suvarnabhumi airport departs from outside Door 5 at Don Muang.Airport bus don muang
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