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Bangkok International (BKK), or Suvarnabhumi, Airport lies 19 miles east of town, some 30 minutes’ drive away. Pick-ups and drop-offs are possible outside the terminal building. The city offers a decent range of hotel accommodation, from clean, basic hostels like Roof View Place through to mid-range and luxury, e.g. the Mandarin Oriental. With its street food, bustling nightlife on the Khao San Road, floating markets, and historic temples like Wat Arun, there’s heaps to see and do here. It’s noisy, busy and mesmerising! Experience it all with a Bangkok International Airport transfer.

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Hotels close to BKK

Arrange a Bangkok International Airport transfer to a hotel before you fly:

  • The Park Nine Suvarnabhumi lies a few miles north-west, making for a Suvarnabhumi Airport transfer in minutes. This four-star venue is rated ‘Excellent’ on TripAdvisor. It comes with a gym, pool, family rooms and business facilities.
  • The U-Tiny Boutique Hotel SHA+ is slightly further from the centre, on Bangkok’s outskirts. It has three stars and, again, ‘Excellent’ TripAdvisor reviews. Near key tourist sites, it offers a pool, café and, if you need one, extra-long beds!
  • Le Meridien Suvarnabhumi is 7.5 miles away, meaning a 15-minute Bangkok Airport transfer. This five-star resort has it all – golf course, spa, infinity pool and balcony or terrace with every room.

Travelling on from Bangkok International?

  • Don Mueang International Airport is based some 40 minutes north, meaning a 30-mile Suvarnabhumi Airport transfer
  • U-Tapao-Rayong-Patty International Airport lies 90-odd miles south, or just over an hour and a half from BKK
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Towns to explore near Suvarnabhumi International Airport

  • Pattaya is an ex-fishing village around 77 miles south, 90 minutes away. This resort on Thailand’s Gulf coast offers buzzing nightlife, watersports, activities and island trips, plus activities including bungee jumping. The hillside Wat Phra Yai Temple features an 18m Buddha.
  • Koh Kret is within 25 miles or a 40-minute Suvarnabhumi Airport transfer. Experience peaceful living at this river village, home to a pottery-making Mon community. Visit fascinating religious sites plus kilns and a thriving market.
  • Kanchanaburi is worth the three-hour Bangkok International transfer, 113 miles west. Here you’ll find the ‘Death Railway’ of World War II, plus the bridge over the River Kwai – absorb all that history here. Visit the magnificent Erawan Waterfall, the Cave of the Buddha and an elephant rescue centre.
  • Hua Hin is 140 miles south-west but again worth the three-hour Bangkok Airport transfer. There’s great shopping, activities, a gorgeous beach and temples plus a laid-back vibe. The teak Maruekhathaiyawan Palace offers stunning sea views. Damnoen Saduak floating market is also nearby.
  • Nakhon Pathom is within 90 minutes of the airport, 60 miles west of Suvarnabhumi. Its home to Thailand’s only female Buddhist monastery and the world’s tallest golden stupa. Don’t miss the lakeside Sanam Chandra Palace, with its bridge, gardens and surrounding teak houses.
  • Samut Prakan is located 22 miles south-west, making for a half-hour Bangkok Airport transfer. Must-see spots include Erawan Museum’s three-headed elephant statue, the crocodile farm and open-air museum. Immerse yourself in local culture – catch some traditional singing and dancing.
Trips to enjoy from Bangkok International Airport
  1. Bang Saen Beach is 50-odd miles away, so you can be there within the hour. It’s packed with beachfront eateries and bars and a pleasant palm-lined promenade. The beach itself, the closest to the city, is over a mile and a half long.
  2. Ayutthaya, a former Siamese capital, is a 75-minute Suvarnabhumi Airport transfer north. The UNESCO World Heritage Site has interesting ruins and temple complexes – look out for Buddha’s head in the tree roots at Wat Mahathat, and take in the historic park.
  3. Khao Yai National Park is two hours north-east, 90-odd miles from the airport. It features an array of nature, wildlife and scenic landscapes plus stunning waterfalls. Trek through this incredible UNESCO World Heritage Site to experience it all.
  4. Koh Samet Island is around a three-hour trip from Bangkok, but you won’t regret the journey. Think turquoise waters and bone-white sand, superb activities and incredible food. Ao Wai is one of the quieter beaches if you’re after tranquility.
  5. Dream World lies 40-odd miles north; i.e. a Suvarnabhumi Airport transfer within the hour. (Book your ride; public transport here is tricky.) This theme park includes water rides, rollercoasters, a smaller replication of Disney’s Main Street and indoor winter-based fun at Snow Town.
  6. The Samut Sakhon ‘floating’ vineyards are 22 miles south, or a Bangkok Airport transfer within 40 minutes. The vineyards are built on fertile land reclaimed from the Chao Phraya delta. Take a tour and sample the produce, although these are working vineyards and not designed solely for tourists
More key information about Bangkok International Airport

You should find Bangkok International accessible, and the staff helpful. Having only opened in 2006, Suvarnabhumi is still relatively new, and has been designed with access in mind. Tell your airline if you use a wheelchair, are visually impaired or need other specific assistance. The airport has electric carts, lift access to all levels, plus good disabled toilet facilities. Talk to your travel operator if you’re bringing a service dog, as you may experience extra restrictions.

Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport
Moo 1 Nongprue Bang Phli
10540 Bangkok

Tel: +66(0)2 132 1888