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Bangkok bus terminals

Table of contents

1. Intercity bus stations in Bangkok

1.1 The specifics of bus transport in Thailand

1.2 What bus stations are there in Bangkok

1.3 Which bus station in Bangkok to choose. What is the best bus station in Bangkok

1.4 Do I need a passport to travel by bus in Thailand

1.5 What is the difference between carriers and buses

2. Bangkok bus terminal map

3. Alternative to long-distance buses in Bangkok and Thailand

4. How to find out the timetable and buy tickets online for the bus from Bangkok

5. Ekkamai Bus Terminal (Eastern Bus Station)

5.1 How to get to Ekkamai bus station

5.2 How to get from Ekkamai bus station to airports and other bus stations

5.3 How to get from Ekkamai bus station to popular places

5.4 Cities and places that can be reached from the Ekkamai bus station

6. Mochit 2 (Northern Bus Terminal, Chatuchak)

6.1 How to get to Mochit bus station

6.2 How to get from the Mochit bus station to airports and other bus stations

6.3 How to get from Mochit bus station to popular places

6.4 Cities and places that can be reached from the bus station Mochit

7. Mo Chit New Van Terminal – Minibus Station (Chatuchak)

7.1 Mochit minibus bus station buildings

7.2 How to get to the bus station Mo Chit New Van Terminal

7.3 How to get from the bus station Mochit New Van Terminal to airports and other bus stations

7.4 How to get from the bus station Mochit New Van Terminal to popular places

7.5 Cities and places that can be reached from the Mo Chit New Van Terminal

8. Southern Bus Terminal (Sai Tai Mai)

8.1 Bangkok Southern Bus Terminal Mini-Van Station

8.2 How to get to Southern Bus Terminal (Sai Tai Mai)

8.3 How to get from the Southern Bus Terminal to airports and other bus stations

8.4 How to get from the Southern Bus Terminal to popular places

8.5 Cities and places that can be reached from Southern Bus Terminal

9. Bus stop at Suvarnabhumi Airport (hall ‘Arrival’, Floor 1, Gate 8)

9.1 Bus stop at Suvarnabhumi Airport

9.2 How to get to Suvarnabhumi Airport

9.3 How to get bus stations and other airports from Suvarnabhumi

9.4 How to get from Suvarnabhumi to popular places

9.5 Cities and places to get from Suvarnabhumi by bus

10. Bus Terminal Suvarnabhumi

10.1 Bus Terminal Suvarnabhumi and Suvarnabhumi Airport

10.2 How to get to Bus Terminal Suvarnabhumi

10.3 How to get bus stations and other airports from Suvarnabhumi

10.4 How to get from Bus Terminal Suvarnabhumi to popular places

10.5 Cities and places that can be reached from the Bus Terminal Suvarnabhumi

11. Sombat Tour Viphavadee

11.1 Where is Sombat Tour Viphavadee bus station?

11.2 Where to buy tickets for Sombat Tour

11.3 How to get to Sombat Tour Viphavadee bus station

11.4 How to get to airports and other bus stations from Sombat Tour Viphavadee bus station

11.5 How to get from the bus station Sombat Tour Viphavadee to popular places

11.6 Cities and places that can be reached from the bus station Sombat Tour Viphavadee

12. NakornChai Air

12.1 Where to check NakornChai Air bus schedule and buy tickets online

12.2 Cities and places that can be reached from the NakornChai Air bus station

13. Roong Rueang Bus Stop at Bangna

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This article collects all the main bus terminals in Bangkok, and also lists the routes and destinations you can get to from each bus station. The article explains the features of the work of intercity buses in Thailand – thanks to this, you can choose more comfortable travel conditions.

Intercity bus stations in Bangkok

The specifics of bus transport in Thailand

In Thailand, there are many both small and very large transport companies that operate in certain regions of the country or throughout the country.

Therefore, even at one bus station you can find several offers for a trip to one direction. These offers may vary:

  • departure time
  • number of stops (may be a direct route, or maybe a route with a stop in each city)
  • route (there may be a route along toll roads, or it may be along ordinary roads; a route through certain cities)
  • end point (various train stations in the same city, popular destinations (e.g. ferry pier to an island), your destination may just be a stop along the bus route)

Although Bangkok bus stations specialize in different areas of Thailand, you can often go to popular destinations from more than one station.

Large bus companies often have their own bus terminals. Therefore, it is not surprising that you can go to the same direction from different bus stations in Bangkok (and sometimes by the same bus).

This has some pretty important implications. For example, if you have already traveled from a certain bus station, then another trip from here does not mean that at your destination you will be brought to the same station as the previous time. To make it clearer, let's explain with an example.

Let's say you want to come from Bangkok to Pattaya.

Once you have chosen your starting point, your destination in Pattaya can be one of a dozen bus stations, for example:

  • North Pattaya Bus Terminal
  • Pattaya Pannipa
  • Jomtien-Suvarnabhumi Airport Bus Station
  • T Tour Station (Bali Hai Pier, here is the ferry to Ko Lan)

See also: Pattaya bus stations

Alternatively, you may be dropped off at Sukhumvit Rd instead of these bus stations as the bus continues on to its destination in another city.

That is, when buying tickets, you need to pay attention to the chosen carrier and its route. For this reason, at the ticket office of the bus station, you need to choose not the carrier that calls the loudest, but the one that is more convenient or comfortable for you.

Minibuses and microbuses (vans) are used for relatively short distances, taking several hours.

Large comfortable buses are used for long distances. But comfort ultimately depends on the chosen carrier. Some companies have new comfortable buses and good service, and some companies operate buses that should have been replaced with newer ones a long time ago.

What bus stations are there in Bangkok

There are 4 major bus stations in Bangkok:

  • Ekkamai Bus Terminal – specializes in routes to the eastern and southern regions of Thailand
  • Mochit 2 – large long-distance buses depart from here to almost all corners of Thailand, as well as to nearby countries (international buses)
  • Mochit New Van Terminal – it is located next to Mochit 2, microbuses (vans) leave from here in all directions to nearby provinces
  • Southern Bus Terminal (Sai Tai Mai) – is Bangkok's main bus terminal for southern and western destinations in Thailand

Buses and vans no longer depart from Victory Monument! They were mostly moved to the Mochit New Van Terminal.

Small bus stations in Bangkok:

  • Bus stop at Suvarnabhumi Airport (hall “Arrival”, Floor 1, Gate 8) – only 3 routes, but to highly demanded tourist destinations
  • Bus Terminal Suvarnabhumi – also only a few routes, but to tourist popular places. Like the previous bus station, the convenient location at the airport is comfortable for tourists arriving in Thailand

Bus stations of major bus companies:

  • Sombat Tour Viphavadee
  • NakornChai Air

These bus stations belong to large carriers of the same name. Buses from these stations also use Mochit 2 or Southern Bus Terminal as intermediate stops. That is, there are no unique routes that are not available at other bus stations, but it may be more convenient for you to get to this bus stop (depending on your location).

In addition to the listed bus stations and bus stops, there are others. Usually owned by small transport or travel companies.

Which bus station in Bangkok to choose. What is the best bus station in Bangkok

Sometimes the choice of the bus station is quite obvious. If you want to go to the north of Thailand, then you need the Mochit 2 bus station.

But what if, for example, you want to travel from Bangkok to Pattaya? From Bangkok to Pattaya, you can go from the following bus stations:

  • Ekkamai Bus Terminal
  • Mochit 2
  • Mochit New Van Terminal
  • Bus stop at Suvarnabhumi Airport (hall “Arrival”, Floor 1, Gate 8)
  • Bus Terminal Suvarnabhumi
  • Southern Bus Terminal (Sai Tai Mai) – at the time of writing, there are no routes to Pattaya, but they previously existed and may be returned)

Most likely, the main criterion for you will be the proximity of one or another bus station – you just choose the one that is closer to your home or hotel. Or, if you are traveling with transfers, then select the bus station where your bus arrives.

Perhaps you will be based on convenience and safety, since some bus stations run large buses to Pattaya (they are safer and more convenient), and some bus stations run small vans (they are faster and cheaper).

Another important factor to pay attention to is the frequency of routes. From some bus stations, minivans go to Pattaya every 30-45 minutes – perhaps this will be decisive in choosing a departure point.

Buses vary greatly both within one carrier and from carrier to carrier. Some buses are more comfortable, and some are quite worn out and make a long trip a real torture. You need to read reviews and build on the reputation of carriers.

So, it is impossible to unequivocally recommend any particular bus station (except when the route you need leaves only from it). Choose the most suitable bus station based on your situation, taking into account all of the above factors.

Do I need a passport to travel by bus in Thailand

Yes, in recent times, especially when traveling long distances, a passport or other photo ID is usually required.

You can still get into a van, for example, from Pattaya to Bangkok without presenting any documents, but this is now becoming more of an exception. When traveling on the same minivan from Bangkok to Pattaya, you will most likely be sold a ticket without presenting a passport, but before boarding the bus, you will need to enter your details in a special notebook at the station.

Again, when traveling long distances on large buses, assume that you need an identity card to check in and get on the bus.

What is the difference between carriers and buses

All popular routes are served by buses from more than one company. You almost always have a choice.

First of all, buses differ in size:

  • van (minivan, microbus) – the fastest and cheapest. The last seats are very uncomfortable to sit on. But if the route is not very long, then this is usually an acceptable option.
  • minibuses – small buses slightly larger than a minivan. More convenient and, IMHO, safer
  • big buses – more comfortable and safer, slightly more expensive and slower than vans. At close distances, you can ignore the type of bus. But for long distances, you need to choose a comfortable bus, because otherwise a 10-hour journey becomes a real torture.

In bus types you can see:

  • VIP with different numbers
  • Express

Another ticket aggregator has the following bus types (the list may not be complete)

  • Supreme
  • Standard 1
  • Standard 4
  • Star
  • First Class
  • Super
  • Business class
  • Premium economy class
  • Executive
  • Gold Class
  • Coach

Frankly, usually these characteristics do not reflect anything other than the creativity of the carrier in inventing types of buses.

VIP buses are usually better, may have more comfortable seats, more legroom, and even a multimedia entertainment system (like on an airplane).

But at the same time, some VIPs look like regular buses, which are labeled as “Express”.

In general, look at the photos of the buses and read the reviews.

Also, carriers have different conditions for returning a ticket. Options varies from no compensation for an unused ticket, to a refund of part or all of the amount.

Carriers have different conditions for child fares – but in Thailand there are usually simply no child fares. Usually you are allowed to carry small children on your lap for free.

Some carriers support e-tickets (and they do not need to be printed), while others do not.

Rules for transporting animals may vary, but usually all carriers simply do not allow animals on the bus.

Bangkok bus terminal map

Alternative to long-distance buses in Bangkok and Thailand

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How to find out the timetable and buy tickets online for the bus from Bangkok

To check the availability of buses and their departure times, enter the city of departure and destination in the following form.

You will be offered bus routes from all over the city to all bus stations and stops of your destination. Pay attention not only to time and cost, but also to bus stations and arrival points. Some of them may be more convenient for you to get to your hotel or to the next transport (such as a ferry) on your trip.

Above is the 12go ticket aggregator form. At the time of writing, this aggregator does not show the routes of the major Thai bus company NakornChai Air at all, and for another major carrier, Sombat Tour Viphavadee, it shows incomplete information.

I managed to find a Thai intercity bus ticket aggregator that still shows NakornChai Air routes and complete information for Sombat Tour Viphavadee bus routes, and also allows you to book and buy tickets for buses of these companies: https://www.busonlineticket.co.th/booking/default.aspx?refererid=pattaya-pagescom/

I compared this aggregator (busonlineticket) and 12go: in both, routes of not all companies providing intercity passenger bus transportation services are presented. Therefore, it is highly recommended to use both bus ticket aggregators when planning your travels.

Ekkamai Bus Terminal (Eastern Bus Station)

Ekkamai, also often referred to as the Eastern Bus Terminal, specializes in routes to the eastern and southern regions of Thailand. Of the most popular destinations that you can go to from this station, it is necessary to note Pattya and Hua Hin.

The most popular trips from Ekkamai Bus Station are to the following destinations:

  • Pattaya (and Ko Lan Island)
  • Hua Hin
  • Ban Phe (and Ko Samet)
  • Si Racha (and Ko Sichang Island)
  • Trat (and Ko Chang Island)
  • Aranyaprathet (border with Cambodia)
  • Rayong

How to get to Ekkamai bus station

The Ekkamai bus station is located on Sukhumvit Road between Soi 40 and 42 next to Ekkamai BTS Station.

  • How to get to Ekkamai bus station by taxi

A taxi, especially if you are 2 or 3 people, or you are with luggage, will be one of the best options, and the price is quite comparable to the metro (BTS).

See also: How to call a taxi in Thailand and Bangkok. Applications for calling a taxi

  • How to get to Ekkamai Bus Station by Subway (BTS)

This bus station is very close to BTS Ekkamai station. From the metro, use Exit 2.

  • How to get to Ekkamai bus station by bus

The following buses run past the bus station: 2, 23, 25, 38, 40, 45, 48, 71, 72, 98, 149, 154, 184, 501, 508, 511, 513.

From Pratunam, take bus number 2.

From Sanam Luang, Khaosan Road, Democracy Monument, take bus number 2 or 511.

From Siam Square and MBK, take bus number 25 or 48.

From Hua Lamphong Train Station, take bus number 25, 40 or 501.

  • How to get to Ekkamai Bus Station from Suvarnabhumi Airport

Take the Airport Rail Link (ARL) subway (there is only one subway line to the airport). Move to Phaya Thai station. Here, transfer to another metro line (here the metro is already called BTS SkyTrain) to the Sukhumvit Line. You need to move towards Ratchathewi station (Kheha terminus). Get off at BTS Ekkamai Station.

  • How to get to Ekkamai Bus Station from Don Mueang Airport

Take the A1 Airport Bus to BTS Mo Chit Station. From there, take the Skytrain to BTS Ekkamai Station.

  • How to get to Ekkamai bus station from Pattaya

When choosing a bus or van, pay attention to its final destination, usually Ekkamai or Mochit, choose the bus that arrives at Ekkamai.

Before arriving at the final station, the bus may stop at other places, including various districts of Bangkok. Therefore, wait for the arrival exactly on Ekkamai.

See also: Pattaya bus stations

How to get from Ekkamai bus station to airports and other bus stations

  • How to get from Ekkamai Bus Station to Suvarnabhumi Airport

The BTS (metro) Sukhumvit Line passes near the bus station. Take the subway. Move towards Thong Lo (Khu Khot terminus).

When you get to Phaya Thai station, change to another metro line (here called Airport Rail Link (ARL)). Move towards Ratchaprarop station (Suvarnabhumi terminus).

Suvarnabhumi Airport is located at the terminus.

  • How to get from Ekkamai bus station to popular places by public bus

Bus number 2 goes to Mega Bangna, Sukhumvit Road, Central World, Democracy Monument (Khaosan) and Pak Khlong Talad.

Bus number 25 goes to Siam Square and Hualamphong Station.

Number 38 goes to Asoke, Makkasan, Pratunam, Victory Monument, Chatuchak, BTS Mo Chit.

Bus number 40 goes to Nana, Siam Square, Hualamphong Train Station, Wat Traimit, Chinatown.

Bus number 501 goes to Hualamphong Train Station and Siam City Park.

Bus number 511 goes to Khaosan Road and Southern Bus Terminal (Khaosan Road & Bus Station South).

How to get from Ekkamai bus station to popular places

Bus from Ekkamai bus station to Pattaya

Buses and vans depart from Ekkamai approximately every half an hour from approximately 05.00 to 21.00.

You can buy a ticket at the Ekkamai Bus Station or use the following online form.

Pay attention to the type of transport (minibuses are more convenient than vans), as well as the place of arrival.

Bus from Ekkamai Bus Station to Hua Hin

Between 05:00 and 19:00, buses from Ekkamai depart approximately once every 1-2 hours.

You can buy a ticket at the Ekkamai Bus Station or use the following online form.

Bus from Ekkamai bus station to Trat

Trat is a province in Thailand that borders the country of Cambodia. In addition to traveling to Cambodia, this province is popular because from here you can get to the large island of Koh Chang. There are also smaller islands: Ko Kood and Ko Mak. And also a few very small islands.

Please note that there are 2 islands in Thailand with the name Koh Chang (Ko Chang)! So be careful when buying tickets.

If you want to get from Bangkok to Trat by bus, then buses from Ekkamai run in this direction throughout the day.

Arriving in Trat, you can take a local tuk-tuk (songthaew) to the pier with a ferry to the island.

There are also direct buses to the piers. There are several piers here, and they perform different functions, so choose the right destination.

You can also purchase combined tickets that include the cost of the bus and ferry to the island. To check combined options, enter the following names as destinations in the ticket search form:

  • Koh Chang
  • Koh Kood
  • Koh Mak

Bus from Ekkamai bus station to Ko Samet and Ban Phe

The bus from Bangkok to Ko Samet leaves from the Ekkamai bus station directly to Ban Phe Pier, from where the ferry to Ko Samet departs. Buses depart every 1-2 hours from 07:00 to 17:00 daily. The bus ride takes 4 hours. There is also a faster minibus every hour from 08.00-16.00. Tickets can be bought through the following form or at the bus station.

If you want to save as much as possible, then in Ban Phe you need Nuanthip Pier, it is from here that the cheapest ferry to the island departs.

For details, see the article: Travel guide to Ko Samet island. The beaches of Ko Samet

You can also buy a combined ticket from Bangkok to Ko Samet, this ticket includes the cost of the bus and Speedboat to the island.

Ticket prices vary slightly depending on which option you choose to get to the island: by ferry or by speed boat.

Bus from Ekkamai bus station to Rayong

A minibus departs every 30-60 minutes from Ekkamai to Rayong from 06:00 to 20:30. Travel time is about 3.5 hours.

Bus from Ekkamai Bus Station to Bang Saen

Bang Saen is a city between Bangkok and Pattaya, popular for being the closest beaches to Bangkok.

If you do not find a direct bus to Bang Saen, then you can choose one of the buses that run in the following directions: Sri Racha, Laem Chabang, Pattaya, Sattahip. At the same time, you need to be careful with the chosen route, since some buses can go directly to their destinations on a toll road, and some buses can stop in intermediate cities, including Bang Saen.

Bus from Ekkamai Bus Station to Si Racha and Ko Sichang

Si Racha is a city near Pattaya. Near this city is the island of Ko Sichang, which is served by a ferry from Si Racha.

See also: Sights of Ko Sichang. Journey to Ko Sichang

After arriving in Si Racha, take a tuk-tuk (50-60 baht) or motorbike taxi (20-30 baht) to Koh Loy Pier to catch the ferry to Ko Si Chang.

If you do not find a direct bus to Si Racha, then you can choose one of the buses that run in the following directions: Laem Chabang, Pattaya, Sattahip. At the same time, you need to be careful with the chosen route, since some buses can go directly to their destinations on a toll road, and some buses can stop in intermediate cities, including Si Racha.

Bus from Ekkamai Bus Station to Chanthaburi

Buses and minibuses leave from Bangkok Eastern Bus Station to Chanthaburi every 1-2 hours from 05:00 to 18:30. The full journey takes 4-5 hours. If you take the bus to Trat, it also stops at Chanthaburi.

Bus from Ekkamai Bus Station to Chonburi (Chon Buri District)

Chonburi is a province of Thailand, which includes such cities as Pattaya, Bang Saen, Sri Racha, Laem Chabang, Sattahip. The capital district of Chonburi province is also called Chonburi – keep this in mind so as not to get confused in the routes.

Chonburi is located between Bangkok and Bang Saen. Therefore, if you need to get to the city of Chonburi from Bangkok and you cannot find a direct route, then choose the routes that pass along the path of Bang Saen, Sri Racha, Laem Chabang, Pattaya, Sattahip. At the same time, you need to be careful with the chosen route, as some buses may go directly to their destinations on a toll road, and some buses may stop in intermediate cities, including Chonburi.

Bus from Ekkamai Bus Station to Samut Songkhram and Mae Klong

Minivans leave every 40 minutes from 06:00 to 20:00. The trip from Bangkok to Samut Songkhram, famous for its Maeklong Railway Market, takes about 2 hours. Minivans also make a stop at Mahachai in Samut Sakhon. Mahachai Market is one of the largest seafood markets in Thailand. At Samut Songkhram, you can transfer to the Amphawa floating market.

Bus from Ekkamai bus station to Chachoengsao

Minivans depart from Ekkamai to Chachoengsao every hour from 05:00 to 20:00 and usually takes about 2 hours.

Bus from Ekkamai bus station to Aranyaprathet (Thai-Cambodian border)

Buses leave approximately every couple of hours from 06:30 to 16:30. The trip takes about 5 hours. Most buses stop at Aranyaprathet bus station and then continue until crossing the Thai-Cambodian border at Rong Khlua Market.

Minivans leave every hour from 05:00 to 17:00.

Cities and places that can be reached from the Ekkamai bus station

The following lists almost all stops and destinations that can be reached from the Ekkamai bus station:

  • Amata
  • Amphawa Market
  • Aranyaprathat (Aranyaprathet)
  • Ban Phe
  • Banchang (Ban Chang)
  • Bang Khla
  • Bangsaen (Bang Saen)
  • Bowin (Bo Win)
  • Burapha University
  • Cha Am
  • Chachoengsao
  • Chalerm Thai
  • Chanthaburi
  • Chonburi
  • Hua Hin
  • Khlung
  • Ko Samet (Koh Samed)
  • Ko Sichang
  • Laem Chabang
  • Mae Klong
  • Maptaphut (Map Ta Phut)
  • Pattaya
  • Petchaburi
  • Phanat Nikhom
  • Pran Buri
  • Rayong
  • Rong Kluea Market
  • Samut Songkhram
  • Sattahip
  • Si Racha (Sriracha)
  • Ta Yang
  • Trat

Mochit 2 (Northern Bus Terminal, Chatuchak)

Mo Chit Bus Station in Bangkok, or to use the official name, “Northern Bus Station (Chatuchak)”, is the largest bus station in the capital of Thailand.

Mo Chit, also known as Mo Chit 2, serves mainly the northern, central, eastern and northeastern (Isaan) provinces, as well as many destinations in the southern provinces and a few destinations in the neighboring countries of Cambodia and Laos. Large long-distance buses leave from here.

Many different private bus companies operate from Mo Chit, as well as a government-owned company known as the “Transport Company”.

Among the most popular destinations, the following should be especially noted:

  • Chiang Mai
  • Sukhothai
  • Chiang Rai
  • Loei
  • Udon Thani

Also from here you can reach such destinations as Ayutthaya, Lopburi, Chonburi, Pattaya, Trat and Ko Chang, Rayong and Aranyaprathet on the border with Cambodia.

Near Mo Chit, a new bus station called “Minibus Station (Chatuchak)” has been opened, minibuses and vans depart from it. This bus station serves almost all short-haul directions. Minibus Station (Chatuchak) is dedicated to a separate section, which lists all destinations.

How to get to Mochit bus station

Mochit is located in the north of Bangkok on Kamphaeng Phet 2 Road in the Chatuchak area.

  • How to get to Mochit bus station by taxi

A taxi, especially if you are 2 or 3 people, or you are with luggage, will be one of the best options, and the price is quite comparable to the metro (BTS).

See also: How to call a taxi in Thailand and Bangkok. Applications for calling a taxi

  • How to get to Mochit bus station by metro (MRT)

To get to the Northern Bus Station in Bangkok, you can take the MRT to Chatuchak Park Station.

Get off at Phahonyothin Road and from there either take a taxi or take one of the many city buses to the nearby Northern Bus Station: buses 3, 26, 77, 96, 104, 134, 136, 145, 509

The cheapest and easiest way to get from the center of Bangkok to the Mo Chit bus station is to take the MRT to Kamphaeng Phet Station (exit 1). From there you can take a public bus (No. 9, 138, 145, 509), motorbike, taxi, or walk about 2 km on foot.

  • How to get to Mochit bus station by metro (BTS)

To get to the Northern Bus Station in Bangkok, you can take the BTS to Mo Chit Station.

Take the public (city) bus no. 3, 5, 9, 16, 77, 96, 104, 122, 136, 138, 145, 170, 509, 517, 529, 536, 547 or Airport Bus A1 coming directly from Don Mueang Airport, get off at Mo Chit Bus Terminal and cross the main road.

The following buses run past the bus station:

Bangkok City Bus Route to Mo Chit Northern Bus Terminal (NBT in table below)
City Bus #3 Klongsarn - Sanam Luang - Khaosan Road area (Phra Athit Road and Sam Sen Road) – Thewet – Pradipat - Saphankhwai - Mo Chit BTS (MC BTS) – Chinnawat 3 – NBT
City Bus #16 Surawong – Siam – Kingphet – Nangleng – Thewet – Banpho - Wongsawang – Prachanukun - NBT
City Bus #26 Minburi - Ram Inthra – Wat Prasri - Kasert – Major – Central - MC BTS – Chatuchak - NBT
City Bus #49 Hua Lamphong Train Station - Wongwian 22 – Worachak – Wisutkasat – Thewet – Bangpho – Wongsawang – Prachanukun - NBT
City Bus #77 Sathupradit - Phra Ram 3 - Bangrak - Lumpini Park – Pratunam - Victory Monument – Saphankhwai - MC BTS - NBT
City Bus #96 Minburi – Nawamin - Bangkapi – Latphrao – Central – MC BTS - Chatuchak - NBT
City Bus #104 Phakket – Kaerai – The Mall – Kasert – Central - MC BTS – Chatuchak - NBT
City Bus #134 Bangbuathong – Bangyai – Kaerai - The Mall - MC BTS – Chatuchak - NBT
City Bus #136 Klongtoey – Asok – Huaykwang – Suttisan - Criminal Court – Ratchadaphisek - MC BTS – Chatuchak - NBT
City Bus #138 Phrapradaeng – Watson – Din Daeng – Suttisan – Saint John - MC BTS – Chatuchak - NBT
City Bus #145 Paknam – Srinakarin – Lamsali – Bangkapi – Central – MC BTS – Chatuchak - NBT
City Bus #170 Omnoi – Phet Kasem – Phutthamonthon soi 4 – Sai Tai Mai Bus station – Pinklao - Wongsawang - Prachanukun - NBT
City Bus #509 Phutthamonthon Soi 2 – Thapra – Pinklao – Ratchadamnoen Road (Khaosan Road) – Democracy Monument – Ram Hospital – Victory Monument – Saphankhwai – MC BTS - NBT
City Bus #517 Lakrabang – Khlongtan - Huaykhwang – Suttisan – Ratchadaphisek – Central - Chatuchak Park - NBT
City Bus #529 Samaedam - Rama 2 - Yaowarat (Chinatown) - Hua Lamphong Train Station - MBK Centre - Victory Monument - Ratchada - NBT
City Bus #536 Paknam – Samrong – Bangna – Pratunam – Victory Monument – Hospital Pramonkutklao – Tuek Chai - Samsen School - NBT
  • How to get to Mochit Bus Station from Suvarnabhumi Airport

Take the Airport Rail Link (ARL) subway (there is only one subway line to the airport). Move to Phaya Thai station. Here, transfer to another metro line (here the metro is already called BTS SkyTrain) to the Sukhumvit Line. You need to move towards the Victory Monument station (Khu Khot terminus). Get off at BTS station Mo Chit.

Come to Phahonyothin Road and from there either take a taxi or take one of the many city buses to the nearby Northern Bus Station: buses 3, 26, 77, 96, 104, 134, 136, 145, 509

  • How to get to Mochit Bus Station from Don Mueang Airport

Take the A1 Airport Bus. The final stop is the Mochit bus station.

  • How to get to Mochit bus station from Pattaya

When choosing a bus or minibus, pay attention to its final destination, usually Ekkamai or Mochit, choose the bus that arrives at Mochit.

Before arriving at the final station, the bus may stop at other places, including various districts of Bangkok. Therefore, wait for the arrival exactly on Mochit.

See also: Pattaya bus stations

How to get from the Mochit bus station to airports and other bus stations

  • How to get from Mochit bus station to Suvarnabhumi airport

Take a taxi to BTS Mo Chit station.

Board the BTS SkyTrain on the Sukhumvit Line. You need to move towards Saphan Khwai Station (Kheha terminus). Get off at BTS station Phaya Thai.

From Phaya Thai, change to the Airport Rail Link (ARL) metro. Move to the end station Suvarnabhumi.

Suvarnabhumi Airport is located at the terminus.

  • How to get from Mochit Bus Station to Don Mueang Airport

If you need to get to Don Mueang Airport from Mo Chit Bus Station, take the Blue A1 Airport bus. The final stop will be Don Mueang Airport.

  • Taxi from Mochit bus station

Beware of taxis parked on the road in front of Mochit station or next to footbridges, they don't use a meter and are very overpriced. Try to avoid them. On the territory of the bus station, catch a taxi that brought passengers, or go out onto the road to catch a regular taxi. Or use the app.

See also: How to call a taxi in Thailand and Bangkok. Applications for calling a taxi

  • City buses

Near the market is the city bus station – Mochit 2 Bus Depot. Buses No. 3, 16, 26, 49, 77, 96, 104, 134, 136, 145, 170, 509, 517, 529, 536 depart from here and return here. Take bus 3 to Khaosan Road, 16 to Surawong (for Silom), 49 to Hualamphong Rail Station, 136 to Ratchada, Asoke and Khlong Toei, 529 to Phaya Thai, MBK and Hualamphong Train Station.

How to get from Mochit bus station to popular places

Bus from Mochit bus station to Pattaya

Large buses depart from Mochit Bus Station to Pattaya. Buses leave every 2 hours. The first bus leaves at 06:00 and the last one at 18:00. The trip from Mo Chit bus station to Pattaya takes from 2 hours 30 minutes to 3 hours depending on traffic conditions.

If minibuses are fine for you, then you can cross the road to Minibus Station (Chatuchak). From here, minibuses leave for Pattaya every 30-60 minutes. You can check minibus or bus timetables and buy tickets online here.

Large buses from Mochit 2 arrive at the North Pattaya Bus Station. And buses from the New Mochit minibus station arrive at two stations: Pattaya Pannipa and Pattaya T Tour.

Bus from Mochit bus station in Chiang Mai

Buses from Bangkok to Chiang Mai depart from Mo Chit bus station. The route is operated by several companies. Travel time is about 10 hours. Buses leave early in the morning and late in the evening. You can check the schedule, ticket prices and make a booking using the form below.

Bus from Mochit Bus Station to Chiang Rai

Buses depart from Mo Chit Bus Station to Chiang Rai quite frequently, and most depart in the evening between 5:30 pm and 8:30 pm. The distance between cities is about 795 km. The trip takes about 11-12 hours by night bus. Buses from Bangkok arrive at the Chiang Rai 2 bus station.

Bus from Mochit bus station to Sukhothai

Buses leave from Bangkok Northern Bus Station to Sukhothai every 1.5-2 hours from 7:00 to 21:00. The length of this route is about 435 km. The trip takes about 7-8 hours.

Bus from Mochit bus station to Nong Khai

Nong Khai is a northern province of Thailand, near Vientiane, the capital of Laos. Buses depart mainly in the evening with an interval of 15-30 minutes, and in the morning there are only a couple of buses. Travel time is about 9 hours.

You can check the schedule, ticket prices and make a booking using the form below.

Bus from Mochit bus station to Roi Et

Buses to Roi Et depart throughout the day, but there are especially many night routes. The length of this route is about 565 km. The trip takes about 7-8 hours.

Bus from Mochit bus station to Lampang

The first bus from Bangkok to Lampang leaves at 7:25 am, there are also a few daytime buses, but mostly all night buses. The trip takes about 8-10 hours.

Bus from Mochit bus station to Phitsanulok

Buses from Mo Chit bus station to Phitsanulok leave approximately every hour from 07:00 to 22:00. The length of this route is about 400 km. The trip takes about 6-7 hours.

Bus from Mochit bus station in Ubon Ratchathani

Buses departing from Bangkok Northern Bus Terminal to Ubon Ratchathani are offered by many bus companies. The full journey takes about 10 hours.

Buses run from 07.00 to 22.00 with an interval of 30 minutes to 1.5 hours.

Bus from Mochit bus station in Udon Thani

The route from Mo Chit Bus Station to Udon Thani is also served by many bus companies. The total travel time can take around 8-9.5 hours, depending on the bus.

There are both morning and night buses.

Bus from Mochit bus station to Loei

The trip from Bangkok to Loei usually takes about 8-9 hours.

From Loei you can easily get to Chiang Khan.

There are both morning and night buses.

Bus from Bangkok to Vientiane

The bus from Bangkok to Vientiane leaves at 20:00. Travel time 11 hours. You can buy tickets at the bus station or online using the booking form below. The ticket will be delivered to your mobile phone.

Cities and places that can be reached from the bus station Mochit

The following are almost all stops and destinations that can be reached from Mo Chit bus station:

  • Buri Ram
  • Chaiyaphum
  • Chanthaburi
  • Chiang Dao
  • Chiang Khan
  • Chiang Khong
  • Chiang Mai
  • Chiang Rai
  • Chong Mek
  • Fang
  • Hat Yai
  • Kamphaeng Phet
  • Kanchanaburi
  • Khlon Lan
  • Khon Kaen
  • Koh Phangan
  • Koh Samui
  • Krabi
  • Laem Chabang
  • Lampang
  • Loei
  • Lopburi
  • Mae Sai
  • Mae Sot
  • Maha Sarakham
  • Mukdahan
  • Nakhon Phanom
  • Nakhon Ratchasima
  • Nakhon Sawan
  • Nan
  • Nong Bua Lam Phu
  • Nong Khai
  • Pai
  • Pak Chong
  • Pakse
  • Pattaya
  • Phang Nga (Phang-Nga)
  • Phayao
  • Phetchabun
  • Phetchaburi
  • Phitsanulok
  • Phnom Penh
  • Phrae
  • Phuket
  • Prachuap Khiri Khan
  • Pran Buri
  • Rayong
  • Roi Et
  • Samut Songkhram
  • Saraburi
  • Sattahip
  • Siem Reap
  • Si Sa Ket (Sisaket)
  • Sriracha
  • Sukhothai
  • Suratthani
  • Surin
  • Tak
  • Trat
  • Ubon Ratchathani
  • Udon Thani
  • Vientiane
  • Yasothon

Mo Chit New Van Terminal – Minibus Station (Chatuchak)

Opposite the Mochit long-distance bus station is a new minivan station, officially called “Minibus Station (Chatuchak)

Many people call it “Mo Chit New Van Terminal”. Some don't even count it in their bus station count, claiming that there are only three bus stations in Bangkok. But this is wrong, as Mochit New Van Terminal is perhaps the bus station with the most routes and destinations in Bangkok. From here you can go to all directions of Thailand, mainly to the provinces closest to Bangkok.

There are a lot of minibuses here!

Minibus Station (Chatuchak) replaced the old minibus terminal at Mochit2 bus station. There are 4 buildings marked A to D, as well as an information center. The ticket counters inside each building list the destinations in English.

From here you can take a minibus to Ayutthaya, Lopburi, Saraburi, Nakhon Sawan, Nakhon Ratchasima, Chok Chai farm, Pak Chong, Chai Nat, Phra Phutthabat, Uthai Thani, Ang Thong, Nakhon Nayok, Si Racha, Pattaya, Chonburi, Rayong, Aranyaprathet, Chanthaburi, Trat, Kanchanaburi, Erawan National Park, Phetchaburi, Hua Hin, Cha-Am, Prachuap Khiri Khan, Nakhon Pathom, Damnoen Saduak and others. Often there are multiple companies operating the same route.

Mochit minibus bus station buildings

The bus station consists of five buildings. Each of the buildings serves a specific route to one or another part of Thailand.

The terminal information building is located in the center.

Terminal A building for north and northeast routs including Pak Chong, Nakhon Sawan, Chok Chai and Nakhon Ratchasima.

Terminal B building to serve central destinations including Chai Nat, Lopburi, Phra Phutthabat, Saraburi, Ayutthaya, Nakhon Nayok, Ang Thong, Suphan Buri, Uthai Thani and Sing Buri.

Terminal C building for routes to the east including Si Racha, Pattaya, Rayong, Chonburi, Aranyaprathet, Ban Phe, Ko Chang and Chanthaburi.

Terminal D building for routes south including Hua Hin, Cha Am, Phetchaburi, Ratchaburi, Kanchanaburi, Samut Songkhram (for Amphawa, Maeklong Railway Market, Damnoen Saduak), Pranburi, Prachuap Khiri Khan and Nakhon Pathom.

How to get to the bus station Mo Chit New Van Terminal

See section “6.1 How to get to Mochit bus station”. When you get to the Mochit 2 long distance bus station, head towards Kamphaeng Phet 2 Rd. If you exited through the main entrance of Mochit 2, turn right at Kamphaeng Phet 2 Rd and walk to the footbridge across this road.

Cross the pedestrian bridge, and you will find yourself at the new bus station for minibuses.

How to get from the bus station Mochit New Van Terminal to airports and other bus stations

See section “6.2 How to get from the Mochit bus station to airports and other bus stations”. Much of it applies to Minibus Station (Chatuchak). To get your bearings, remember that the minibus bus station is across Kamphaeng Phet 2 Rd from Mochit 2. Use the footbridge to cross the road.

How to get from the bus station Mochit New Van Terminal to popular places

Bus from the Mo Chit New Van Terminal to Pattaya

Buses from the Mo Chit New Van Terminal run to Pattaya approximately every hour.

Large buses from Mochit 2 arrive at the North Pattaya Bus Station. And buses from the Mo Chit New Van Terminal arrive at two stations: Pattaya Pannipa and Pattaya T Tour.

Bus from the Mo Chit New Van Terminal to Ban Phe and Ko Samet

Vans go to Ban Phe 3 times a day:

  • 07:30
  • 09:30
  • 11:30

Travel time 3 hours.

The bus arrives at Ban Phe Pier. If you want to save as much as possible, then in Ban Phe you need Nuanthip Pier, it is from here that the cheapest ferry to the island departs.

For details, see the article: Travel guide to Ko Samet island. The beaches of Ko Samet

Bus from the Mo Chit New Van Terminal to Hua Hin

Buses to Hua Hin run from 06.00 to 18.00. The interval between buses is 1.5-2 hours. Travel time is about 4 hours.

Bus from the Mo Chit New Van Terminal to Ayutthaya

Buses to Ayutthaya run from 06.00 to 18.00. The interval between buses is 1 hour. Travel time is about 1 hour 30 minutes.

Bus from the Mo Chit New Van Terminal to Kanchanaburi

Buses to Kanchanaburi run from 05.00 to 17.00. The interval between buses is 1 hour. Travel time is about 2 hours 30 minutes.

Bus from the Mo Chit New Van Terminal to Trat

Buses to Trat run from 05.00 to 18.30. The interval between buses is 1.5-3 hours. Travel time is about 5 hours 30 minutes.

Cities and places that can be reached from the Mo Chit New Van Terminal

Below is a complete list of Minibus Station (Chatuchak) routes. The routes are divided into buildings where you can buy tickets and from which the corresponding minibus departs.

Building A

North

  • Chum Ta Bong
  • Salok Bat
  • Khanu Woralaksaburi
  • Kao Liao
  • Nakhon Sawan
  • Banphot Phisai
  • Lat Yao
  • Pho Thale
  • Takhli
  • Tap Khlo
  • Tha Tako
  • Chum Saeng
  • Chum Saeng-Bang Mun Nak
  • Tak Fa
  • Dong Khui
  • Phaisali
  • Nong Bua

Northeast

  • Nakhon Ratchasima
  • Pak Thong Chai
  • Pak Chong
  • Dan Khun Thot
  • Bamnet Narong
  • Ban Phet (Chaiyaphum)
  • Sikhio
  • Chok Chai
  • Nong Bun Mak
  • Ongkharak-Pak Thongchai (Pak Thong Chai)
  • Chakkarat
  • Thep Sathit Ongkharak-Pak Thong Chai

Building B

Central region

  • Sankhaburi Chai Nat
  • Ban Boek-Lop Buri
  • Phra Phutthabat
  • Maha Rat-Lop Buri
  • Lop Buri
  • Tha Luang-Chai Badan
  • Wang Muang
  • Wichian Buri
  • Wat Sing
  • Kaeng Khoi
  • Muak Lek
  • Nakhon Nayok
  • Ban Na
  • Ongkharak-Nakhon Nayok
  • Rojana Industrial Park
  • Ayutthaya
  • Tha Rua
  • Saraburi
  • Intersection into Bang Pahan district
  • In Buri
  • Noen Kham
  • Hankha
  • Ban Mi
  • Ban Mi-Nong Muang
  • Ang Thong-Suphan Buri
  • Ang Thong-Tha Chang
  • Phak Hai
  • Khun Dan Prakan Chon Dam
  • Nangrong Waterfall
  • Chulachomklao Royal Military Academy
  • Uthai Thani
  • Sing Buri
  • Ang Thong

Building C

Eastern region

  • Nikhom Phattans
  • Pluak Daeng
  • Map Kha Interjection Rayong
  • Siam Eastern Industrial Park
  • Sattahip
  • Sriracha
  • Burapha Withi (Motorway) - Pattaya
  • Burapha Withi (Motorway) - Chonburi
  • Burapha Withi (Motorway) - Burapha University
  • Ban Bueng
  • Phanas Nikhom
  • 1st Rescue Command
  • Phanom Sarakham
  • Aranyaprathet
  • Motorway-Ban Phe
  • Ban Laem Mae Phim
  • Prachin Buri - Prachantakham
  • Ongkharak — Kabin Buri
  • Ongkharak — Rong Kluea Market
  • Ongkharak-Aranyaprathet
  • Bo Win Industrial Estate
  • Pattaya
  • Sriracha-Pattaya
  • Map Ta Phut
  • Ban Chang-Rayong
  • Soi Dao
  • Chanthaburi
  • Klaeng-Chanthaburi
  • Trat
  • Ao Udom
  • Laem Chabang
  • Bangkhla
  • Ban Khlong Rang
  • Chachoengsao
  • Ban Map Ta Phut-Rayong
  • Chon Buri
  • Prachin Buri
  • Rayong

Building D

Southern region

  • Phutthamonthon - Ratchaburi
  • Phutthamonthon-Kanchanaburi-Lat Ya
  • Phutthamonthon-Ban Pong
  • Kamphaengsaen flying training school
  • Kasetsart University
  • Cha Am
  • Samut Songkhram
  • Bang Bua Thong-Suphan Buri
  • Bang Bua Thong-UThong
  • Bang Bua Thong Tha Chang
  • Pak Tho
  • Phetchaburi
  • Hua Hin
  • Kuiburi
  • Prachuap Khiri Khan
  • Pranburi
  • Silpakorn University (Cha Am)
  • Lao Khwan
  • Damnoen Saduak
  • Chom Bueng
  • Nong Prue
  • Kanchanaburi
  • Nakhon Pathom

Southern Bus Terminal (Sai Tai Mai)

Bangkok Southern Bus Terminal, also known as Sai Tai Mai Bus Station, is Bangkok's main bus terminal for southern and western destinations in Thailand. It is part of the SC Plaza shopping center and is located on Boromaratchachonnani Street in the Taling Chan area of the city. There is a large “SC PLAZA” sign in front of the building, and a yellow billboard with “Bangkok Bus Terminal” written in English and Thai at the entrance.

Bangkok Southern Bus Terminal serves many attractive destinations for visitors traveling in Thailand. Popular routes include Kanchanaburi, Hua Hin, Chumphon (to Koh Tao), Ranong (to Myanmar), Surat Thani (to Koh Samui and Phangan), Phuket, Krabi, Phang-Nga Trang and Hat Yai.

Other routes include Phetchaburi, Cha-am, Prachuap Khiri Khan, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Patthalung, Songkhla, Pattani, Yala, Narathiwat and Sungai Kolok, Sadao, Pedang Besar (for Malaysia). There are also buses to Pattaya if you are coming from the south of Thailand or the islands.

The Bangkok Southern Bus Terminal ticket office is located on the 1st floor.

Bangkok Southern Bus Terminal Mini-Van Station

There is a minibus station next to the Southern Bus Terminal with short haul services south to Hua Hin and Prachuap Khiri Kha, east to Pattaya and Rayong and west to Kanchanaburi.

Van tickets are sold outside, on the minibus platform.

How to get to Southern Bus Terminal (Sai Tai Mai)

  • How to get to the Southern Bus Terminal by taxi

The southern bus station is located some distance from the metro, so if you have luggage or a company of several people, then a taxi is perhaps the best option.

Taxi may be the fastest way to get to Bangkok Southern Bus Terminal, but it is also the most expensive way. A trip from the center of Bangkok to Sai Tai Mai should cost around 200-400 baht, depending on traffic and the place of departure.

The price from Khaosan Road will be somewhere around 100-150 baht, and from Sukhumvit somewhere around 200-300 baht.

  • How to get to the Southern Bus Terminal by bus

There are many public transport routes passing by the Sai Tai Mai Bus Station. You can use regular buses No. 28, 66, 123, 124, 125, 127, 146, 149 or air-conditioned buses No. 35, 40, 79, 170, 174, 177, 183, 507, 511, 515, 516, 539.

Buses No. 19, 30, 40, 57, 79, 123, 124, 125, 127, 128, 149, 159, 164, 170, 174, 177, 183, 201, 515, 516, 524 and 530 stop inside the Southern Bus Terminal. Terminal when driving from the city center. When driving back to the city, they stop on the opposite side of the main road.

Routes No. 28, 35, 66, 146, 507 and 511 start and end at the city bus station to the left of the square next to the van station.

From Sanam Luang, Khaosan Road, Democracy Monument, take bus number 19, 79, 124, 174, 183, 507 or 511.

From the Victory Monument, take bus number 28 or 515.

From Siam Square and MBK, take bus number 40, 79, 177 or 511.

From Hua Lamphong Train Station, take bus number 25, 40 or 501.

Buses and taxis stop in front of the square.

  • How to get to the Southern Bus Terminal by metro (BTS)

The nearest BTS Bang Wa station is about 10 kilometers away. A taxi from there will cost you about 100 baht.

How to get from the Southern Bus Station to airports and other bus stations

  • How to get from the Southern Bus Terminal to Mo Chit Bus Station

You can take bus number 28 from the bus station behind the terminal. Also in front of the terminal there are bus stops number 159 and 170, which go to Mochit 2.

  • How to get from the Southern Bus Terminal to Suvarnabhumi Airport

Whether you are traveling from Suvarnabhumi Airport to the Southern Bus Terminal or from the Southern Bus Terminal to Suvarnabhumi Airport, you will need to take a taxi. The fare for a taxi will be about 500 baht, including toll roads.

  • Bangkok Bus 511

511 is a convenient bus for traveling to Bangkok from the Southern Bus Terminal. The route passes Khaosan Road, Pratunam, Siam and continues up Sukhumvit Road to Samut Prakan. This route connects Ratchathewi Transportation Hub at Siam BTS Station and MRT at Asoke junction. The bus runs approximately every 15-20 minutes. If you are heading to any of the stops mentioned above, do not take the Expressway bus as it goes straight to Bang Na on the highway. You can see the Expressway sign in the front window of the bus.

  • Buses from the Southern Bus Terminal to various areas of Bangkok

79 (orange) passes Khaosan Road and goes up to Siam Square and Central World.

19, 30, 123, 124 go to Sanam Luang.

35, 40, 507 go to Hualamphong.

40 and 511 go along Sukhumvit street.

164 goes to Silom and Central World.

28, 159, 170 go to Mochit 2 bus station.

How to get from the Southern Bus Terminal to popular places

Bus from Southern Bus Terminal to Phuket

The trip to Phuket takes about 12-13 hours.

Most buses to Phuket also make stops at Khao Lak and Phang Nga.

Approximately 30-60 minutes before departure, you need to check in at the counter (cash desk) serving this bus, so come to the bus station a little in advance. You must have your passport or other photo ID with you.

With the help of the following form, you can check the up-to-date route schedule, choose a bus and book a ticket online for traveling from Bangkok to Phuket by bus.

Bus from the Southern Bus Terminal in Krabi

Approximately 30-60 minutes before departure, you need to check in at the counter (cash desk) serving this bus, so come to the bus station a little in advance. You must have your passport or other photo ID with you.

The trip to Krabi takes about 12 hours.

Buses stop at the Krabi bus station, which is located north of Krabi Town. From there you can take a ferry to Koh Phi Phi or Koh Lanta. Railay Beach can be reached by boat.

With the help of the following form, you can check the up-to-date route schedule, choose a bus and book a ticket online for traveling from Bangkok to Krabi by bus.

Bus from the Southern Bus Terminal in Surat Thani

Most buses bound for Southern Thailand pass by Surat Thani, so there are plenty to choose from. However, Surat Thani is rarely the final destination for foreign travelers, as in most cases it is simply used as a gateway to Koh Samui and Koh Phangan. Ferry piers are quite far from Surat Thani city, so it is better to take a bus from Bangkok Southern Bus Terminal to Donsak Pier.

The trip to Surat Thani takes about 10-11 hours. Add 3-4 hours to get to Koh Samui and 4-5 hours to get to Koh Phangan from Surat Thani.

At least 60 minutes before departure, you need to check in at the counter (cash desk) serving this bus, so come to the bus station a little in advance. You must have your passport or other photo ID with you.

With the help of the following form, you can check the up-to-date schedule of routes, choose a bus and book a ticket online for traveling from Bangkok to Surat Thani by bus.

Bus from Southern Bus Terminal to Ko Samui

The bus from Bangkok to Ko Samui includes a combined bus and ferry ticket to the island. The advantage of this option is that the carrier will provide all route connections. For example, after arriving at the bus station, you can be taken to the pier by smaller buses. From the pier you will be taken to the island by ferry or speedboat.

At least 60 minutes before departure, you need to check in at the counter (cash desk) serving this bus, so come to the bus station a little in advance. You must have your passport or other photo ID with you.

With the help of the following form, you can check the up-to-date route schedule, choose a bus and book a ticket online for traveling from Bangkok to Samui by bus.

Bus from Southern Bus Terminal to Ko Pha Ngan

Another combo option that includes a bus and ferry ticket to take you to Ko Pha Ngan.

Approximately 30-60 minutes before departure, you need to check in at the counter (cash desk) serving this bus, so come to the bus station a little in advance. You must have your passport or other photo ID with you.

With the help of the following form, you can check the up-to-date route schedule, choose a bus and book a ticket online for traveling from Bangkok to Ko Pha Ngan by bus.

Bus from the Southern Bus Terminal to Kanchanaburi and Nakhon Pathom

From 05.00 to 18.30 every half hour from Bangkok from the Southern Bus Terminal, a bus leaves for Kanchanaburi. The trip takes 2-3 hours.

These buses also make a stop at Nakhon Pathom.

Bus from Southern Bus Terminal to Hat Yai

The trip to Hat Yai takes about 14-15 hours.

Approximately 30-60 minutes before departure, you need to check in at the counter (cash desk) serving this bus, so come to the bus station a little in advance. You must have your passport or other photo ID with you.

With the help of the following form, you can check the up-to-date route schedule, choose a bus and book a ticket online for traveling from Bangkok to Hat Yai by bus.

Bus from Southern Bus Terminal to Chumphon and Ko Tao

From Chumphon you can take a ferry to Ko Tao.

There are currently three buses from Bangkok Southern Bus Terminal to Chumphon.

The trip to Chumphon takes about 7 hours. The trip from Chumphon to Ko Tao can take another 3-4 hours.

Bus from Southern Bus Terminal to Trang

There are currently only two bus services from Bangkok to Trang at 17.30 and 18.40. It is recommended to book seats in advance, as tickets for these buses usually sell out in advance.

The trip to Trang takes about 12-13 hours. From there you can take a ferry to Ko Muk, Ko Kradan and Ko Ngai.

Bus from Ranong Southern Bus Terminal and Ko Phayam / Ko Chang

If you are heading to Myanmar, you can take a bus from Bangkok to Ranong.

The trip to Ranong takes about 9-10 hours. From there you can take a ferry to Ko Phayam or Ko Chang.

Bus from the Southern Bus Terminal to Satun

The bus from Bangkok to Satun runs twice a day with the following departure and arrival times:

  • 17:30 - 10:00
  • 18:00 - 09:10

The trip to Satun takes about 13-15 hours.

Bus from Southern Bus Terminal to Nakhon Si Thammarat

The trip to Nakhon Si Thammarat takes about 12-13 hours.

Canceled routes from the Southern Bus Terminal

Be aware that there are currently no routes for the following destinations:

  • Pattaya
  • Hua Hin
  • Rayong
  • Si Racha
  • Samut Songkhram and Mae Klong
  • Bangkok to Damnoen Saduak Floating Market and Amphawa

Previously, these routes were very popular, and you can find information about these routes in other sources. But before planning your trip, check the availability of buses to these destinations.

Cities and places that can be reached from Southern Bus Terminal

The following lists almost all stops and destinations that can be reached from the Southern Bus Terminal:

  • Amphawa
  • Cha-am
  • Chiang Mai
  • Chumphon
  • Damnoen Saduak Floating Market
  • Erawan National Park
  • Hat Yai
  • Hua Hin
  • Kanchanaburi
  • Khanom
  • Koh Phangan
  • Koh Samui
  • Krabi
  • Mae Klong
  • Nakhon Si Thammarat
  • Pattani
  • Pattaya
  • Phang Nga
  • Phatthalung
  • Phuket
  • Prachuap Khiri Khan
  • Ranong
  • Satun
  • Songkhla
  • Suratthani
  • Trang

Bus stop at Suvarnabhumi Airport (hall ‘Arrival’, Floor 1, Gate 8)

Bus stop at Suvarnabhumi Airport

Suvarnabhumi Airport has a ticket counter for Pattaya and Hua Hin on Floor 1 (hall “Arrival”) next to Gate 8. From here, large buses depart regularly to these destinations. Also, one bus leaves from here once a day to the island of Ko Chang.

On the map, this place is marked as Suvarnabhumi Airport (Hall 'Arrival', Floor 1 Gate 8).

How to get to Suvarnabhumi Airport

  • How to get from Ekkamai Bus Station to Suvarnabhumi Airport

The BTS (metro) Sukhumvit Line passes near the Ekkamai bus station. Take BTS station Ekkamai. Move towards Thong Lo (Khu Khot terminus).

When you get to Phaya Thai station, change to another metro line (here it is called Airport Rail Link (ARL)). Move towards Ratchaprarop station (Suvarnabhumi terminus).

Suvarnabhumi Airport is located at the terminus.

  • How to get from Mochit bus station to Suvarnabhumi airport

Take a taxi to BTS Mo Chit station.

Board the BTS SkyTrain on the Sukhumvit Line. You need to move towards Saphan Khwai Station (Kheha terminus). Get off at BTS station Phaya Thai.

From Phaya Thai, change to the Airport Rail Link (ARL) metro. Move to the end station Suvarnabhumi.

Suvarnabhumi Airport is located at the terminus.

  • How to get from the Southern Bus Terminal to Suvarnabhumi Airport

Whether you are traveling from Suvarnabhumi Airport to the Southern Bus Terminal or from the Southern Bus Terminal to Suvarnabhumi Airport, you will need to take a taxi. The fare for a taxi will be about 500 baht, including toll roads.

  • How to get from Don Mueang Airport to Suvarnabhumi Airport

There is a free Shuttle Bus between Suvarnabhumi and Don Mueang airports.

The bus transfer is free of charge. Reservations for bus tickets are not required as the service is provided on a first-come, first-served basis.

The shuttle bus from Don Muang to Suvarnabhumi starts at 5:00 am and the last bus leaves at midnight. Depending on the time of day, shuttle buses leave every 12-30 minutes. The journey from DMK to BKK usually takes approximately 50-60 minutes, but can take up to 2 hours if road conditions are severe (rush hour or rain).

The free bus departs from Terminal 1 of Don Mueang Airport. Buses can be found outside the airport building on the 1st floor, at Entrance 6. At Suvarnabhumi Airport, passengers are dropped off at Departures (4th floor).

Required documents:

  • Ticket, e-ticket or confirmation (itinerary) of the departing flight
  • Passport or ID card

How to get bus stations and other airports from Suvarnabhumi

  • How to get to Ekkamai Bus Station from Suvarnabhumi Airport

Take the Airport Rail Link (ARL) subway (there is only one subway line to the airport). Move to Phaya Thai station. Here, transfer to another metro line (here the metro is already called BTS SkyTrain) to the Sukhumvit Line. You need to move towards Ratchathewi station (Kheha terminus). Get off at BTS Ekkamai Station.

  • How to get to Mochit Bus Station from Suvarnabhumi Airport

Take the Airport Rail Link (ARL) subway (there is only one subway line to the airport). Move to Phaya Thai station. Here, transfer to another metro line (here the metro is already called BTS SkyTrain) to the Sukhumvit Line. You need to move towards the Victory Monument station (Khu Khot terminus). Get off at Mo Chit BTS station.

Get off at Phahonyothin Road and from there either take a taxi or take one of the many city buses to the nearby Northern Bus Station: buses 3, 26, 77, 96, 104, 134, 136, 145, 509…

  • How to get to the Southern Bus Terminal from Suvarnabhumi Airport

Whether you are traveling from Suvarnabhumi Airport to the Southern Bus Terminal or from the Southern Bus Terminal to Suvarnabhumi Airport, you will need to take a taxi. The fare for a taxi will be about 500 baht, including toll roads.

  • How to get to Don Mueang Airport from Suvarnabhumi Airport

There is a free Shuttle Bus between Suvarnabhumi and Don Mueang airports.

The bus transfer is free of charge. Reservations for bus tickets are not required as the service is provided on a first-come, first-served basis.

The shuttle bus from Don Muang to Suvarnabhumi starts at 5:00 am and the last bus leaves at midnight. Depending on the time of day, shuttle buses leave every 12-30 minutes. The journey from DMK to BKK usually takes approximately 50-60 minutes, but can take up to 2 hours if road conditions are severe (rush hour or rain).

The bus departs from the 2nd floor of Suvarnabhumi Airport (Arrivals), behind Door 3.

On the right side you will see a counter where you have to contact the staff and show your passport and proof of travel (e-ticket or boarding pass for a connecting flight) for that day or the next day. The staff will check your flight details. You will also receive a hand stamp before boarding the bus.

At Don Mueang Airport, buses drop off passengers at the upper level (Departures).

Required documents:

  • Ticket, e-ticket or confirmation (itinerary) of the departing flight
  • Passport or ID card

How to get from Suvarnabhumi to popular places

Bus from Suvarnabhumi Airport to Pattaya

Buses run every hour starting at 7.00 and ending at 21.00. Travel time 2 hours.

The bus arrives at the station in Pattaya Jomtien-Suvarnabhumi Airport Bus Station.

Bell buses also depart from here, a feature of which is a transfer to a hotel or home after a long-distance trip.

Bell buses depart at the following times:

  • 8.30
  • 10.30
  • 12.30
  • 14.30
  • 16.30
  • 18.00

If you are planning to use this bus, it is highly recommended to buy tickets in advance. You can check the current bus schedule from Suvarnabhumi Airport to Pattaya and book tickets using the following form.

Bus from Suvarnabhumi Airport to Hua Hin

Buses to Hua Hin run every 30-60 minutes from 7.30 am to 6.00 pm. Travel time 4 hours.

In Hua Hin, the bus arrives at Roong Reuang Bus Station. It is quite far from the city, so it is recommended to follow the link and explore the transfer options offered.

You can check the current bus schedule from Suvarnabhumi Airport to Hua Hin and book tickets using the following form.

Bus from Suvarnabhumi Airport to Ko Chang

There are currently two buses to Ko Chang in Trat province.

This is a combined ticket that includes the cost of the bus as well as the ferry to the island.

Bus departure time:

  • 07:00
  • 11:00

You can check the current bus schedule from Suvarnabhumi Airport to Ko Chang and book tickets using the following form.

Cities and places to get from Suvarnabhumi by bus

From Suvarnabhumi Airport, you can get to the following places by bus:

  • Pattaya
  • Hua Hin
  • Koh Chang island

Bus Terminal Suvarnabhumi

In addition to the bus stop and ticket office at Suvarnabhumi Airport discussed above, there is another bus station, which is called Suvarnabhumi Bus Terminal on the map.

To get to Suvarnabhumi Bus Terminal, you can use the free shuttle bus from the airport, or come to this bus station by city bus from Bangkok.

The Bus Terminal Suvarnabhumi is located at the Public Transportation Center. There are bus services to Pattaya (Jomtien Beach), Hua Hin, Nong Khai, Udon Thani, Nakhon Ratchasima, Khon Kaen, Trat, Chanthaburi and Laem Ngop Pier (on Ko Chang). There are also buses to Sa Kaeo, Chachoengsao and Si Racha. Some buses originate from Suvarnabhumi, while others start from Mo Chit, with Suvarnabhumi being one of the intermediate stops.

Bus Terminal Suvarnabhumi and Suvarnabhumi Airport

Bus Terminal Suvarnabhumi in English is also called:

  • Suvarnabhumi Transport Center
  • Public Transportation Center
  • Airport transport center

You need to be very clear about the difference between Bus Terminal Suvarnabhumi and Suvarnabhumi Airport, since the distance between them is about 4 km!

Intercity buses depart from Bus Terminal Suvarnabhumi, as well as several intra-city buses around Bangkok.

Differences between intercity buses at Bus Terminal Suvarnabhumi and Suvarnabhumi Airport:

  • there are more destinations at the Bus Terminal, as well as more buses to some destinations (and some less)
  • bus tickets from the airport are a bit more expensive
  • some carriers at the airport provide additional services, such as transfer to the hotel
  • airport bus tickets can be bought online or at the airport. Tickets for buses from the Bus Terminal can only be bought at the Bus Terminal

If you do not want to get to the bus station, then you can buy tickets and check-in (if you bought tickets online), you can in the “Arrival” hall at level 1, Gate 8.

To get to the Bus Terminal Suvarnabhumi, use the free shuttle bus, they run every 10 minutes. Shuttle bus to the Bus Terminal you will find on the third floor.

How to get to Bus Terminal Suvarnabhumi

Get to Suvarnabhumi Airport.

From Suvarnabhumi Airport, take the free shuttle bus every 10 minutes. Shuttle bus to the Bus Terminal you will find on the third floor (Shuttle Bus A or C).

Or use the buses in Bangkok:

  • 549 Suvarnabhumi Airport – Bangkapi
  • 550 Suvarnabhumi Airport – Happyland
  • 551 Suvarnabhumi Airport.- Victory Monument
  • 552 Suvarnabhumi Airport – Klongtoey
  • 552A Suvarnabhumi Airport – Samutprakarn (Bangna-Trad Rd.)
  • 553 Suvarnabhumi Airport – Samutprakarn (King Kaew Rd.)
  • 554 Suvarnabhumi Airport – Rangsit (Ramindra Rd.)
  • 555 Suvarnabhumi Airport – Rangsit (Rama 9 Expressway)
  • 556 Suvarnabhumi Airport – New Southern Bus Station
  • 558 Suvarnabhumi Airport – Central Rama 2
  • 559 Suvarnabhumi Airport – Rangsit

How to get bus stations and other airports from Suvarnabhumi

You can use the free shuttle bus to get to Suvarnabhumi Airport. Then use the options described in this section.

Or use the buses in Bangkok:

  • 549 Suvarnabhumi Airport – Bangkapi
  • 550 Suvarnabhumi Airport – Happyland
  • 551 Suvarnabhumi Airport.- Victory Monument
  • 552 Suvarnabhumi Airport – Klongtoey
  • 552A Suvarnabhumi Airport – Samutprakarn (Bangna-Trad Rd.)
  • 553 Suvarnabhumi Airport – Samutprakarn (King Kaew Rd.)
  • 554 Suvarnabhumi Airport – Rangsit (Ramindra Rd.)
  • 555 Suvarnabhumi Airport – Rangsit (Rama 9 Expressway)
  • 556 Suvarnabhumi Airport – New Southern Bus Station
  • 558 Suvarnabhumi Airport – Central Rama 2
  • 559 Suvarnabhumi Airport – Rangsit

How to get from Bus Terminal Suvarnabhumi to popular places

Bus from Bus Terminal Suvarnabhumi to Pattaya

Buses run from 6.45 to 21.45 every 45 minutes.

The fare is 130 baht.

Bus from Bus Terminal Suvarnabhumi to Hua Hin

Bus departure timetable for Hua Hin:

  • 07.30
  • 09.30
  • 11.30
  • 13.30
  • 15.30
  • 17.30
  • 19.30

The fare is 294 baht.

Buses stop at the Transport Company bus terminal near Blueport in Hua Hin.

Bus from Bus Terminal Suvarnabhumi to Nong Khai

There is one daily departure at 21.00. The bus stops at Nakhon Ratchasima, Khon Kaen and Udon Thani. The fare to Nong Khai is 495 baht.

Bus from Bus Terminal Suvarnabhumi to Laem Ngop (on Ko Chang)

Bus from Bus Terminal Suvarnabhumi to Laem Ngop Pier on Koh Chang.

There are two daily departures at 08:20 and 10:20. The fare is 275 baht. The bus also stops at Nong Yai, Wang Chan, Klaeng, Chanthaburi, Khlung, Saen Tung.

Bus from Bus Terminal Suvarnabhumi to Trat

The bus leaves at 12.40. The fare is 205 baht.

The bus also stops at Ban Bueng, Nong Yai / Wang Chan, Klaeng/Chanthaburi, Khlung.

Bus from Bus Terminal Suvarnabhumi in Chanthaburi

The bus leaves at 12.40. The fare is 205 baht.

The bus also stops at Ban Bueng, Nong Yai / Wang Chan, Klaeng.

Bus from Bus Terminal Suvarnabhumi to Laem Chabang

Buses run every hour from 6.00 to 21.00.

The fare is 110 baht.

The bus also stops at Bang Saen, Si Racha, Ao Udom.

Cities and places that can be reached from the Bus Terminal Suvarnabhumi

At the moment there are buses in the following directions:

  • Pattaya (North / Central / South / Jomtien)
  • Nong Khai (Nakhon Ratchasima, Khon Kaen, Udon Thani)
  • Laem Ngop Pier (Nong Yai, Wang Chan, Klaeng, Chanthaburi, Khlung, Saen Tung)
  • Chanthaburi (Ban Bueng, Nong Yai / Wang Chan, Klaeng)
  • Trat (Ban Bueng, Nong Yai / Wang Chan, Klaeng/Chanthaburi, Khlung)
  • Laem Chabang (Bang Saen, Si Racha, Ao Udom)

Previously, there were also buses to the following destinations, which are not available at the time of writing, but perhaps as you read this, these services have been resumed:

  • Aranyaprathet (Араньяпратет) (border with Cambodia)
  • Sa Kaeo
  • Chachoengsao
  • Rongklua Market
  • Sa Kaew

Sombat Tour Viphavadee

Sombat Tour is a privately owned bus company that runs good buses on over 20 routes throughout Thailand. Sombat Tour buses from Bangkok include the following destinations: Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Phuket, Surat Thani, Chiang Khong, Mae Sai, Mae Hong Song, Hua Hin and Ranong. Luxury 20-seater buses run on the Bangkok-Chiang Mai and Bangkok-Phuket routes. The buses have private entertainment screens and extra legroom. Sombat Tour also operates buses called Bangkok Bus Line.

Website: http://www.sombattour.com/

Bus schedule: https://www.sombattour.com/en/schedule/Bangkok-Chiang%20San%20Update

Where is Sombat Tour Viphavadee bus station?

The terminal has a good location on Viphawadi Road, less than 10 minutes walk from Phahonyothin MRT Station and the new BTS Ha Yaek Lat Phro Station. There is a nice waiting area with bus seats, a cafe and a TV area. There are canteens and restaurants where you can have a bite to eat, as well as 7-Eleven. Starbucks is located next to the Terminal Mall and Central Plaza LAT Phrao is literally a 5-minute walk away.

In fact Viphavadee bus station does not have any exclusive routes and all buses that pass through this bus station also start their route at Mo Chit or Southern Bus Terminal or enter these bus stations. At the same time, regardless of the station chosen for boarding the bus, the fare for the same routes is the same.

Where to buy tickets for Sombat Tour

You can buy tickets for Sombat Tour at the bus station or online in advance using the following forms.

Ticket aggregator 12go for Sombat Tour only shows tickets for buses that depart from Viphavadee, without mentioning that these buses also call at Mo Chit or Southern Bus Terminal. If this suits you, then use the following form: https://www.busonlineticket.co.th/booking/default.aspx?refererid=pattaya-pagescom/

If you would like to see all options, including Sombat Tour at Mo Chit or Southern Bus Terminal, please use the following form.

How to get to Sombat Tour Viphavadee bus station

  • How to get to Sombat Tour Viphavadee bus station by BTS

Take the Skytrain and head to Ha Yaek Lat Phrao Station (Exit 3). Turn left onto Thanon Ho Wang road when you get out. When you reach the Viphavadee Rangsit road, use the footbridge to cross it.

After getting off the footbridge, continue forward along Viphavadee Rangsit.

Sombat Tour Viphavadee bus station will be on the left.

  • How to get to Sombat Tour Viphavadee bus station by MRT

Take the MRT and get to Phahon Yothin Station (Exit 3). Cross a small park, pass by Central Ladprao and continue forward along Viphavadee Rangsit.

When you get to the footbridge, cross over to the other side of Viphavadee Rangsit.

After getting off the footbridge, continue forward along Viphavadee Rangsit.

Sombat Tour Viphavadee bus station will be on the left.

  • How to get to Sombat Tour Viphavadee bus station by bus

Bus numbers 3, 29, 52, 69, 77, 134, 187, 191, 504, 510, 523, 538.

The stop is right behind the terminal.

From Khaosan Road (Phra Arthit Road) take the red bus #3.

From Hualamphong take bus 29.

How to get to airports and other bus stations from Sombat Tour Viphavadee bus station

Arriving in Bangkok, the bus can stop at the Sombat Tour Viphavadee bus station. But it will also go to Mo Chit or at the Southern Bus Terminal. It may be more convenient for you to get to the place you need from these bus stations.

How to get from the bus station Sombat Tour Viphavadee to popular places

VIP bus from Bangkok to Chiang Mai

Ordinary VIP buses depart throughout the day at intervals of 1-2 hours.

The deluxe bus is designated VIP 20 and departs at 19.20 and 21.19.

This bus has a seat-back multimedia entertainment system and extra legroom. Travel time 10 hours. You can buy tickets using the form below.

VIP bus from Bangkok to Phuket

The Supreme VIP bus with 20 seats leaves daily at 16.00.

This bus has a seat-back multimedia entertainment system and extra legroom. Travel time 10 hours. You can buy tickets using the form below.

Travel time 15 hours. You can buy tickets using the form below.

VIP bus from Bangkok to Surat Thani

The VIP bus for 31 seats leaves daily at 17.00. Travel time 13 hours. You can buy tickets using the form below.

VIP bus from Bangkok to Hua Hin

VIP bus for 24 seats leaves 2 times a day at 08:20, 14:20. Travel time 4 hours. You can buy tickets using the form below.

You can search for tickets to all other destinations from Sombat Tour Viphavadee using the form below.

Cities and places that can be reached from the bus station Sombat Tour Viphavadee

The following are almost all stops and destinations that can be reached from Sombat Tour Viphavadee bus station:

  • Ban Tha Ton
  • Buntharik
  • Chiang Khong
  • Chiang Mai
  • Chiang Rai
  • Chiang San
  • Chianyai
  • Hua Hin
  • Khon Kaen
  • Koh Samui
  • Lampang
  • Lamphun
  • Mae Hong Son
  • Mae Sai
  • Mukdahan
  • Nan
  • Phayao
  • Phrae
  • Phuket
  • Ranong
  • Sisaket
  • Sri Chiang Mai
  • Surat Thani
  • Surin
  • Thung Chang
  • Ubon Ratchathani

NakornChai Air

NakornChai Air is a major bus carrier with its own bus stations. Including in Bangkok there are 2 NakornChai Air bus stations.

Nakhonchai Air operates in Uttaradit, Bangkok, Kalasin, Mukdahan, Sisaket, Khon Kaen, Nakhon Phanom, Lampang, Chiang Mai, Rayong, Buri Ram, Nong Khai, Surin, Udon Thani, Chiang Rai, Maha Sarakham, Roi Et, Phrae, Nong Bua Lam Phu and Amnat Charoen.

NakornChai Air has good, comfortable and modern buses.

In fact, all NakornChai Air buses start or stop at Mo Chit Bus Station and Bangkok South Bus Station even if they start or subsequently stop at NakornChai Air Bus Stations.

But a feature of NakornChai Air is the absence of buses of this company from the ticket aggregator 12go. That is, using forms for searching and booking bus tickets in Bangkok and Thailand, you will not see NakornChai Air routes. But NakornChai Air buses are one of the most numerous, and NakornChai Air buses are one of the most convenient.

In addition, NakornChai Air stations are located in other parts of the city, quite far from the bus stations already listed. For some bus passengers, it may be more convenient to get to NakornChai Air bus terminals than to other larger bus terminals.

Where to check NakornChai Air bus schedule and buy tickets online

NakornChai Air has an official website with a form for finding routes and booking bus tickets: https://www.nakhonchaiair.com

Formally, there is also English, but not everything has been translated. I think you will quickly appreciate the inconvenience of both the search form and the ticket purchase page.

There is also an official list of routes and their detailed description: https://www.nakhonchaiair.com/view/busroute

There is exactly the same problem – some of the information is simply not translated into English.

I managed to find a Thai intercity bus ticket aggregator that still shows NakornChai Air flights and also allows you to book and buy tickets for NakornChai Air buses: https://www.busonlineticket.co.th/booking/default.aspx?refererid=pattaya-pagescom/

I compared this aggregator (busonlineticket) and 12go, both of which show the routes of not all companies providing intercity passenger transportation services. Therefore, it is highly recommended to use both bus ticket aggregators when planning your travels.

Cities and places that can be reached from the NakornChai Air bus station

NakornChai Air buses from Bangkok run to the following cities:

  • Khon Kaen
  • Nan
  • Chiang Rai
  • Chiang Mai
  • Lampang
  • Phrae
  • Uttaradit
  • Ubon Ratchathani
  • Det Udom
  • Sisaket
  • Surin
  • Nang Rong, Buriram
  • Nong Khai
  • Udon Thani
  • Maha Sarakham
  • Nong Bua Lamphu
  • Nakhon Phanom
  • That Phanom
  • Ban Phaeng
  • Sakon Nakhon
  • Kalasin
  • Kommuang
  • Mukdahan
  • Roi Et
  • Amnat Charoen
  • Sanom
  • khemmarat
  • Chakkarat, Buriram
  • Yasothon
  • Ban Paeng

NakornChai Air bus routes:

  • Ubon Ratchathani - Chiang Mai
  • Ubon Ratchathani - Chiang Rai
  • Ubon Ratchathani - Rayong
  • Surin - Rayong
  • Chiang Mai - Rayong
  • Rayong - Mae Sai
  • Rayong - Nan
  • Chiang Mai - Ubon Ratchathani
  • Chiang Rai - Ubon Ratchathani
  • Rayong - Ubon Ratchathani
  • Rayong - Surin
  • Rayong - Chiang Mai
  • Mae Sai - Rayong
  • Nan - Rayong
  • Sisaket - Rayong
  • Rayong - Sisaket
  • Rayong - Chiang Rai
  • Chiang Rai - Rayong
  • Uttaradit - Rayong
  • Rayong - Uttaradit
  • Ubonratchathani - Nan
  • Nan - Ubonratchathani

Roong Rueang Bus Stop at Bangna

Roong Rueang carrier bus stop in Bangna.

From here buses go to Pattaya, where they stay at the North Pattaya Bus Terminal.

Bus schedule: every hour from 6.30 to 21.30.

Buses stop here, which originally depart from the Southern Bus Terminal (Sai Tai Mai) and Ekkamai.


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