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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 5 bus lines called ''Airport Express'' going to Skytrain BTS Mo Chit (or MRT Chatuchak), Bangkok Northern Bus Terminal (Mo Chit), Lumphini Park or Khao San.

Bus A1 route (30 THB)

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

Bus A2 route (30 THB)

  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)

  1. Don Mueang Airport
  2. Tollway
  3. Din Daeng
  4. Pratunam
  5. Ratchaprasong
  6. Ratchadamri
  7. Lumpini Park

Bus A4 route (50 THB)

  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

Bus A5 route (30 THB)

  1. Aéroport de Don Mueang
  2. Tollway
  3. Future Park (Rangsit)

bus don muang bangkok

At Don Muang airport, you can take the bus at exit number 12 in Terminal 2 and exit 6 in Terminal 1, follow the signs ''Shuttle Bus'', it is very easy. 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).                     

It takes approximatly 45 minutes to reach Mo Chit BTS station. The bus fare is 30 baht.

                    

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

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Bangkok bus hotline: 1348
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