Easy to negotiate elevated railway around the city and off into the suburbs.
Ticket price varies by journey length or just 120 Bht for a day ticket. Some machines take banknotes others just coins,... more
Try to use the metered taxis which are very comfortable and with AC rather than Tuk Tuks as the price is more or less the same when bargained. We used metered taxis most of the time as we found they... more
this will be my transportation tips on the famed bangkok tuk tuks.
these tuk tuks only act as novelty for the large number of tourists in thailand and that local thais rarely use them as a means of... more
"Suvarnabhumi International Airport" (airport code BKK) in Bangkok is located 30 kilometers east of Bangkok in Racha Thewa in the district of Samut Prakan.
Opened in 2006, it is already 6th busiest... more
Don Muang International Airport is about 24km north of downtown Bangkok, using the toll expressway or the Vibhavadi-Rangsit Road...
The airport has 3 terminals... Terminal 1 and 2 for international... more
Update October 2011
# 556 do not operate from the Airport any more, you have to take the Airport Train (City Link) to Makasan Station and then catch the 556 right infront of exit if you want to go to... more
Pattaya is a beach resort town around 140Km Southeast of Bangkok. You can take the BTS Sky train to Ekkamai Station, and take a long-distant bus from Eastern Bus Terminal (Ekkamai) to Pattaya. It... more
We took public bus from the Southern Bus Terminal (Sai Tai Mai) to go to Kachanaburi. From Asok, we took the BTS to reach Victoria Museum and rode the bus number 507 (fare around 20 THB, forgot). The... more
We tried MRT on our way to reach Patpong road from Ashok station. Traveling with MRT is also pleasant, as we didn’t have to get stuck in the traffic. Similar to the sky train, fare is printed in the... more
Thai Airways is the Premier Legacy Carrier and largest airline of Thailand. It is a relatively young airline that was restarted in 1988 from the previous Thai Airways-SAS Merger of the 1960's. From... more
A bus is much more faster than a train. I have done both and the train was more enjoyable, but much slower, like two hours longer. It is about four hours away and there is no need to pre-book unless... more
Price $ 75 per day 6.00 - 9.00 am./14.00 pm. Every day from Bangkok - Rayong, Chantaburi & Trad
and around Bangkok Included Central North, East & North East of Thailand To Guest House, Hosteling /... more
There are numerous traffic lights in Bangkok city and the lights changes very quickly and before you knew it, it's red light again and that seems to be the main cause of the traffic jams in Bangkok.... more
Like in Many Cities in the world, Bangkok has it's share of Toll Ways and Expressways and Highways with tolls and when you are riding the tour vans going around, the price of the tolls going to the... more
You will get swamped my Tuk Tuk drivers everywhere, they spot tourists easily. They always take you on a tour before taking you to your requested location, they will take you to jewellry stores,... more
Bangkok is a pedestrian friendly area, specially on the main shopping districts as they have many elevated pedestrian walkways (that are covered) and a long sky walk at Ratchprasong Shopping area from... more
Some suggestions for drivers. You can really find a driver anywhere. I would start at your hotel, ask the front desk staff or the concierge for a driver. This may be abit expensive depending on where... more
The name is abbreviated as Krungthep or Krungthep Mahanakorn, which means City of Angels. The name 'Bangkok' was derived from 'Bang Kork' and refers to the original site. Bangkok is also means as the...
Bangkok didn't feel any different from home at first. When we arrived just before 11pm on Friday night, January 24th, the temperature was a couple of degrees higher than it was when we left Manila. As...
On my first visit to Bangkok, I clicked all day from the moment we left our hotel! Walk out the door of the Grand China Princess, and no matter which way you turn, there is something to see - that you...
This Is Thailand ( ! ) Bangkok is the bit at the top of the bay,
almost slap bang in the middle of the page.
Here you go. Essential Street (and All the Sites) Maps
...and all the tips you get on what...