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Buses S1 between Suvarnabhumi airport & Bangkok city

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Buses between Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport and Khao San Road

To go from bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport to Khao San Road and vice versa, the most practical way is to take the airport bus S1 (service started on 1st June 2017)

There is one bus S1 every 30 minutes. You can take it at Gate number 7 on the first floor of passengers terminal Suvarnabhumi Airport. The bus will drop you in front of Wat Bovonniwet or on Chakrabongse Road near Soi Rambuttri entrance in Khao San Road or at Sanam Luang near Great Palace. YTese are also the palce where you take the same bus to go to Suvarnabhumi Airport

bus suvarnabhumi khao san road

The trip takes arouns 1h - 1h30 (depending on the trafic) and cost 60 THB per person wherever you stop.

Here is the list of S1 Bangkok bus from Suvarnabhumi stops:

  • Suvarnabhumi Airport
  • Mission Hospital, Mahanak
  • National Economic And Social Development Board
  • Wat Khae Nang Loeng
  • Thai Airways Building
  • Wat Ratcha Natda Ram
  • Democracy Monument
  • Post Office Banglampu
  • Wat Chanasongkram (Soi Rambuttri entrance where you can find Rambuttri Village Hotel and nearby Khao San Road)
  • National Gallery
  • Banglumphu Intersection 1
  • Ban Phra Athit
  • Phra Athit (next to New Siam Riverside and near Phra Athit Pier)
  • National Theatre
  • Sanamluang (near Grand Palace and Royal Rattanakosin Hotel

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

Practical information

Bus S1 runs from 6 am to 8 pm
Bangkok bus hotline: 1348
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