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Buses between Don Muang and Bangkok

To go to Don Muang Airport from Bangkok and vice versa, besides taking the train from Bangkok Central Station (Hua Lamphong), the cheapest solution but also the slower, there are 4 bus lines called ''Airport Express'' connectiong travellers to Bangkok Skytrain BTS or Bangkok subway MRT, Bangkok Northern Bus Terminal (Mo Chit), Lumphini Park or Khao San Road. These buses are ate located at exits number 7 and 8 in Terminal 1, just go out at those exits and you will see them.

Bus A1 route (30 THB)

Buses run from 6 am to 11 pm with an average frequency of one bus every 5 minutes but be careful because there are actually 3 possibilities on this line, so you have to look at the small signs at the front of the bus to know which one it is.

There is the classic A1 route:

  1. Don Mueang Airport
  2. BTS Mo Chit (MRT Chatuchak)
  3. Northern Bangkok Bus Terminal (Mo Chit)

There is the A1 route that goes only to the metro stations BTS (Mo Chit) and MRT (Chatuchak), the most frequent one. It takes 30 to 45 minutes to reach the Mo Chit BTS station (or MRT Chatuchak).

And from 5th December 2019 and the opening of new BTS stations closer to Don Muang airport, every 20 minutes there is a new A1 route that goes to the following stops:

  1. Don Mueang Airport
  2. Ratchayothin BTS Station
  3. Senanikom BTS Station
  4. Vibhavadi Hospital (near railway station Bang Khen)
This new A1 bus route is in test and if it finds its audience, its frequency of a bus every 20 minutes from 7:30 to 7 pm may increase.

Bus A2 route (30 THB)

These buses run from 6.15am to 11pm with a bus every 15 minutes and mark the stops:
  1. Don Mueang Airport
  2. Kasetsart University
  3. BTS Mo Chit (MRT Chatuchak)
  4. Saphan Kwai
  5. Ari
  6. Sanam Pao
  7. Victory Monument

Bus A3 route (50 THB)

These buses run from 6.30am to 11pm with a bus every 30minutes and mark the stops:
  1. Don Mueang Airport
  2. Tollway
  3. Din Daeng
  4. Pratunam
  5. Ratchaprasong
  6. Ratchadamri
  7. Lumpini Park

Bus A4 route (50 THB)

These buses run from 6.30am to 11pm with a bus every 30minutes and mark the stops:
  1. Don Mueang Airport
  2. Tollway
  3. Sirat Expressway
  4. Yommarat
  5. Lan Luang
  6. Phan Fa
  7. Democracy Monument
  8. Wat Bowonniwet
  9. Khao San
  10. Sanam Luang

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To come to Don Muang airport from Bangkok there is a bus stop a few hundred meters after BTS station Mo Chit or MRT station Chatuchak (same side Chatuchak park).

Note that there is also a free shuttle bus connecting Don Muang to Suvarnabhumi airport (see details here).

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Practical information

Bangkok buses run from 5 am à 11 pm
Public Transport Administration Center Don Mueang Airport: 02 535 1247
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