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Bangkok Transportation

Bangkok Information

Bangkok Transportation

Bangkok has two international Airports, Suvarnabhumi as the main one and Don Muang. Both operate domestic and international flights every day. Getting here by land is possible by bus or train, the city possesses three terminals and a big train station called Hualamphong Station, where you can also depart to other cities in Thailand.  

Bangkok has a very crowded traffic, so the best and fastest way to get around here is taking the Sky train (BTS) which is an elevated train or the metro. Options like tuk-tuks, Songthaews, taxis, motorbike taxis, and renting a car are also available, however, it could take you hours to arrive at your destination.  The cosmopolitan city is the gateway to many beautiful islands and beaches, for that reason, we offer combined bus and ferry services between Bangkok and Ao Nang, Phangan Island, Samui and more. Moreover, we provide you with air-conditioned buses and comfortable seats that will take you to the pier where you switch to our ferries to finally dock into a wonderful experience around Thailand’s coast.<

Bangkok Information

Welcome to the city that never sleeps! The capital of Thailand has so much to see and do; for that reason, it has been the favorite city among backpackers and tourists for several years. This megalopolis is surrounded by huge skyscrapers but still, keeps the historic culture that characterized Thailand. With the Chao Phraya River crossing the metropolitan, the vivid nightlife, the extraordinary temples and the variety of aromas in its streets, make Bangkok a city that you would never want to leave.

Bangkok Highlights

Bangkok The Grand Palace

The Grand Palace
Bangkok is fulfilled by marvelous temples, but the Grand Palace is a must-see on your list. The architectonic symbol of Thailand was built in 1872 to be the resident of many royal families, nowadays it’s used only for ceremonial purposes. Inside, there are many remarkable buildings; most of them are government departments; however, the Temple of the Emerald Buddha or Wat Phra Kaew is the outstanding and most meaningful Buddhist temple in the country, in which a big Buddha made of jade stone as the masterpiece which is worshipped by Thais.

Bangkok China Town

China Town
The gold in Chinatown shops will dazzle you. This is one of the busiest areas in Bangkok, its cheap prices and a wide range of restaurants, markets and shops make the zone one of the most attractive places for visitors. The mix of Chinese and Thai culture is reflected in many buildings and architectures that awe tourists. Chinatown is really big so don't skimp on activities to do and see, coming here during the night is a different experience than in the day, undoubtedly its colorful streets and aromas are memorable. 

Bangkok Khao San Road

Khao San Road
Planning a fun night? Then you should definitely go to Khao San Road. This famous area in Bangkok is mostly known as the hub of backpackers due to its cheap accommodations. Its streets are decorated by neon lights and striking hoarding, moreover, it is inundated by tons of restaurants, bars and bohemian coffee shops and tattoos stores making it a contagious atmosphere. The only way to get in is by tuk-tuks or taxies, there is no metro station around, however, it is close to Soi Rambuttri, well-known as the old city.

Bangkok Chao Phraya River

Chao Phraya River
Bangkok owes its charm to the major Chao Phraya River. Many boats, long-tail boats, and ferries navigate on its channels taking visitors to disembark in any of its 34 piers, depending on the type of boat. The river provides you with ´tourist boats´ these ones have a fee of 150 baht and depart every 30 minutes, this is an enjoyable way to tour Bangkok and get to see magnificent views of the skyscrapers, temples, and buildings and visit some of its attractions such as the floating markets.

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