:: Motorcycle

- Taxi Motorcycle

Due to heavy traffic in rush hours in Bangkok, nowadays motorcycle taxis are abundant. Normally, a motorcycle station can be found at the entrance to a soi (lane). Fares are about the same as samlos except during rush hours when they may cost a bit more. If you are not really in a hurry, you'd better avoid using them as they are not safe.

:: Plane

Domestic Airlines
Transportation by Domestic Airlines is very fast, convenient, and comfortable. Domestic airports are available in major provinces and tourist areas. There are 5 Thai airlines as follows:

Thai Airways International (TG)
Address : 89 Vibhavadi-Rangsit Road, Bangkok 10900
Tel : Domestic (662) 535-2081-2
        International (662) 535-2846-7

Angel Air (8G)
Address : Bangkok Office: 32 Floor Benjachinda Tower B
499/7 Viphawadee-Rangsit Jatuchak Bangkok 10900
Tel : Bangkok Office: (662) 953-2260
         Bangkok Airport : (662) 535-6287-8
Fax : (662) 535-6289

Bangkok Airways (PG)
Address : Sirikit National Convention Center Klongtoey Bangkok 10110
Tel : Sirikit National Convention Center : (662) 229-3434, (662) 229-3456-65
         Bangkok Airport : (662) 535-2497-8, (662) -535-3756
Fax : (662) 229-3454
E-mail : bkkair@loxinfo.co.th

PB Air (PB)
Address : Bangkok Office 1001 Samsen Bangkok 10300
Tel : Bangkok Office (662) 669-2066-9
Sales Office : (662) 261-0220-7
Fax : (662) 669-2029

Orient Thai Airline Limited
Address : 138/70 Jewelry Center Building Floor 17, Naret Rd., Bangrak Bangkok 10500
Tel : (662) 267-3210-4
Fax : (662) 267-3216
E-mail : bkkto@asiasky.com
Available only charter flight service, domestic flight is temporary off service.

:: Train

:: National train

The national Rail Service links almost every major province with Bangkok. Terminus is Hua Lumpong Station on Rama IV Road. The State Railway of Thailand runs express and the fares are very reasonable. On express trains, sleepers are available in three classes: air-conditioned first class, air-conditioned second classes, and non air-condition second classes. Buffet cars are attached to all long distance trains and serve a range of Thai food and beverage. For routes, time tables and schedules.

:: Sky train

BTS Skytrain operates from 06:00am - 12:00 am everyday with two main lines -- Sukhumvit and Silom lines.

Mo Chit (Northern Bus Terminal) - Onnut Line or Sukhumwit Line
This line is 17 kilometres in length with 17 stations, passing Chatuchak Market, Victory Monument, Siam Square, Ploenchit, Sukhumvit and Ekkamai (Eastern Bus Terminal).

National Stadium - Taksin Bridge Line
or Silom Line
With a length of 6.5 km and 7 stations, this line passes Siam Square, Ratchadamri and Silom Road.

Passengers can change their routes at the Interchange Station at Siam Square. Apart from being the fastest means of transportation, the sky train has two more advantages which offer a panoramic view of Bangkok and it stops at several prime shopping centres lying along Silom, Ratchadamri, and Sukhumvit roads. The fares range from 10 to 40 baht based on the distance travelled.
Tourist Passes

1. 3-Day Tourist Pass: 280 baht
2. One Day Pass : 100 baht