How To Get From Bangkok Airport To Sukhumvit – All Possible Ways

Last updated on February 23rd, 2021 at 01:54 am

How To Get From Bangkok Airport To Sukhumvit

We will write how to get from Bangkok Airport to Sukhumvit. You can go by Airport Train from Suvarnabhumi Airport to Phaya Thai Station and get the BTS. You can also go by bus which is the cheapest way from Bangkok airport to Sukhumvit. If you want comfort by taxi, Grab or private transfer from the airport. We will let you know the best way with all the details, keep reading below.

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How To Get From Bangkok Airport To Sukhumvit

If you want to get from Bangkok airport to Sukhumvit. Suvarnabhumi Airport is located around 27 km from Sukhumvit area. There are a few options to get to Sukhumvit from the airport, let’s keep reading below:

HOW TO GET FROM SUVARNABHUMI AIRPORT TO SUKHUMVIT BY AIRPORT RAIL LINK

How To Get From Bangkok Airport To Sukhumvit

You have to take the Airport Rail Train to Phaya Thai Station to reach Sukhumvit. The trip costs 45 THB ($1.5 USD). The route from Suvarnabhumi Airport – Lad Krabang – Ban Thap Chang – Hua Mark – Ramkhamhaeng – Makkasan commute with MRT Blue Line Phetchaburi Station – Ratchaprarop – Phayathai. We chose Phaya Thai Station but you can also commute in The Blue Line Phetchaburi Station especially if you go to Silom area.

From Phaya Thai Station you need to commute to BTS Sky Train Sukhumvit Line or MRT. It depends on the destination that you are going in Bangkok. Prices for the Sky Train will go from 30-45 THB. You can check the map it will be 5-6 Stations from Phaya Thai Station. The BTS are leaving every 2-4 minutes in Bangkok. And it will take 10-15 minutes to reach Sukhumvit from Phaya Thai Station.

The Airport Rail Train starts at 5 30 am until midnight. The trains are leaving every 10-15 minutes from the airport to BTS and MRT in Bangkok city center. From Bangkok Airport to Phaya Thai Station takes 20 minutes. Another option is from Phaya Thai Station getting a taxi, Grab or local bus until your final destination in Sukhumvit.

BANGKOK AIRPORT BUS TO SUKHUMVIT (Bus Number 552) – Cheapest Way

You can get the Bus Number 552 – Suvarnabhumi Airport – On Nut BTS station. It will take 1 hour and 30 minutes depending where you go in Sukhumvit. The bus fare from Bangkok airport to Sukhumvit is 35 THB. It will be the cheapest way from Bangkok airport to Sukhumvit. The buses are operating from 5 am until 10 pm running every 15-30 minutes from the airport.

Once you stop with the Bus Number 552 in Sukhumvit you can go walking distance to your final destination or taking a taxi or Grab if you have a long walk or so much luggage.

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HOW TO GET FROM BANGKOK AIRPORT TO SUKHUMVIT BY TAXI

The journey will take around 30-40 minutes, depending on the traffic. It costs around 600 THB ($20 USD). This option is best for those traveling in  group so you can split the cost. It should be 400-500 THB with the taximeter plus 70 THB Toll Fees.

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Travel Tip: Make sure the taxi driver understand the address that you are going in Sukhumvit or if you are going to other area in Bangkok! Also make sure that you ride an official taxi heading to the official taxi point. And don’t trust anyone offering their services.

HOW TO GET TO SUKHUMVIT BANGKOK FROM BANGKOK AIRPORT BY GRAB

If you decide to go to from Bangkok Airport to Sukhumvit by Grab. It will cost you around 400-500 THB ($13-15 USD). You just download the app to ask for your ride.

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BANGKOK AIRPORT TO SUKHUMVIT BY PRIVATE TRANSFER

If you are traveling in a group or with your family and friends. A private transfer can be a great option to get from Bangkok airport to Sukhumvit or other destination from the airport. They will pick you up from the airport with a sign and they will transfer to your hotel in Sukhumvit.

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TRANSPORTATION AROUND BANGKOK

Bangkok is a beautiful city that you can easily go around with different modes of transportation. If you have plenty of time to stay in the city, I suggest you try each of the following vehicles.

BY TRAIN

If you’d like to explore Bangkok away from the traffic or pollution of the busy streets, you can ride BTS Skytrain. It covers the downtown area and is perfect for traveling to the Siam Square. Skytrain offers a tourist pass for unlimited rides at 140 THB per day or a multiple-ride pass for 345-550 THB.

There are several train stations in Bangkok for traveling long distances, Hua Lamphong being the most important one and is found near Yaowarat. There’s also the Thon Buri Train Station which has trains to Kanchanaburi via Nakhon Pathom and the Wongwien Yai Train Station which is a commuter line. Finally, Bangkok’s MRT has 2 lines that connect to different stations and multiple areas all over the city.

BY BUS

There are all sorts of buses in Bangkok which vary in fare, condition and color. The cheapest ones recommended for tourists are the red and the white and blue buses. These buses are more spacious than the cramped small orange buses and only cost 7-8 THB. On the other hand, there’s an airconditioned version of the orange buses at 11 THB. The most luxurious buses that move around the city are colored pink and white, with a 20 THB flat rate.

Bangkok has 3 public bus terminals. The biggest is the Northern Bus Terminal, also known as Mo Chit 2. From here you can take a bus to Chanthaburi, Pattaya, Rayong and Trat. The Eastern Bus Terminal (or Ekkamai) also travels to the destinations mentioned above, along with Ban Phe and Ko Chang.

If you want to visit Cambodia, look for the bus headed to Aranyaprathet and say that you are getting off at Poipet. The Southern Bus Terminal (or Sai Tai Mai) has long distance buses that go to areas in Southern and Western Thailand like Krabi, Ko Pha Ngan, Nakhon and Phuket.

BY TUK TUK

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A trip to Bangkok would not be complete without at least trying the tuk tuk, the famous 3-wheeled motorbikes of Asia. It’s honestly hard to get a good price for a ride but they are quite efficient. You just have to be smart enough not to get swindled into paying more than you should. Here’s a tip: hail tuk tuks from the main road instead of the tourist spots as many of the drivers there expect more payment than they actually deserve.

BY BOAT

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Taking a boat through the Chao Phraya River is one of the many things to do in Bangkok for tourists. However, the river is not enjoyed by travelers alone. The Chao Phraya Express Boat is used by everyone in Bangkok and has different lines traveling to all sorts of destinations.

For the complete tourist experience, you can go on the Tourist Boat for 150 THB a day and 50 THB for a single ride. There’s also the San Seap Express Boat that go through the canal and river taxis that can be hired to reach areas outside the routes. There are rides in local boats for less than 30 THB to move around and avoiding the traffic in Bangkok.

There are also plenty of taxis in this Asian metropolis. You can also use Grab if you have the budget and would rather travel in a car all to yourself.

Where To Go Around Sukhumvit Area

PATPONG NIGHT MARKET

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Patpong Night Market is less crowded than Khao San Road’s night market and was just a few minutes walk from Sukhumvit. In Patpong you can actually find many Class A rip-offs of branded clothes, watches, etc. There are also bars and restaurants everywhere. We walked around and had dinner here.

A bowl of yummy noodle soup costs around 50 Baht (less than $2 USD), and it was so really so good! We absolutely love Thai food because it’s both healthy and delicious. We didn’t stay until late, though, but if you feel like going out, there are many bars to have drinks at and to meet new people.

Where To Stay in Sukhumvit

SO SOFITEL BANGKOK

We stayed in Sukhumvit area in So Sofitel Bangkok. We had an amazing luxury experience from the welcome drinks in the lobby, we knew that the experience will be special. The staff were wearing their special uniforms, and they walked us through the different atmospheres of the hotel; they featured water elements and wood floors that were used on different floors of the hotel.

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Our room had a modern interior design and you can really tell that we liked it so much, we spent a lot of our time just taking pictures. We had a huge bathtub with a view, a couch, a king-sized bed–everything was just so beautiful. The staff also provided complimentary eco-friendly snacks and juices for us to enjoy. Rachel really liked their coffee and we both loved the set-up that they prepared during the night. They also had this button that you can press and the curtains will close automatically. The cityscape was great during both the day and at night. We had so much fun taking Instagram Stories!

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POOL PARTY

We loved taking pictures by the pool area. It had a really nice view of the Park. Being part of the guest list, we had an opportunity to have access to the pool party where they celebrate monthly with food, drinks, and great music. We really enjoyed dancing in that scenery. Full of mostly foreigners and a few locals, the pool party was so much fun! The pool party takes part once per month.

FOOD

As you know, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. SO Sofitel had such an amazing breakfast with a variety of delicious food. It was our first breakfast eating exquisite exotic fruits: mango, passionfruit, and especially jackfruit. The options for baked goods were plenty, similar to their smoothies and juices–Asian and Western cuisine all in one restaurant.

For going around the area, Lumphini Park is the perfect place to be. You can either have a romantic walk or a lovely boat ride. There are some restaurants that you can visit within walking distance from the hotel, and the Patpong night market if you want to enjoy bars, more restaurants, street food and meet new people.

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BEST TIME TO VISIT BANGKOK

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The best time to visit Bangkok is from December to February. However, the rich culture and heritage of Bangkok is celebrated during the Thai New Year (or Songkran) during April, one of the countries hottest months along with March and May. Finally, Bangkok’s low season lands on May to October but the city can still be enjoyed, especially by budget travelers who prioritize good hotel deals over sunny weather.

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EXCHANGE RATE IN THAILAND

The exchange rate is around 1 USD = 31 Baht. It means that, if you exchange 100 USD, you will have 3100 Baht. You can click here to know the exchange rate before your trip. We recommend you look for a good money changer in the city and avoid changing cash in the airport. If you will be using ATM, there is a withdrawal fee of 150 Baht per transaction.

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Ruben Arribas is a Spanish traveler who has traveled more than 70+ countries around the world. Now based in the Philippines!

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