When travelling to Bangkok, one may avail bus, train or flight services since most roads, trains and flights link Bangkok. The Suvarnabhumi Airport and the Don Muang Airport are the two airports from which flights...
When travelling to Bangkok, one may avail bus, train or flight services since most roads, trains and flights link Bangkok. The Suvarnabhumi Airport and the Don Muang Airport are the two airports from which flights operate in Bangkok.
Bus, rail and taxi transfers are available from either of the airports. There are fixed route buses as well as air-conditioned buses. Buses operate from 3 terminals, the Northern & Northeastern Bus Terminal or Moh Chit, the Southern Bus Terminal or Sai Tai Taling Chan and the Eastern Bus Terminal or Ekamai.
The 3 popular train stations in Bangkok are the Bang Sue Train Station, Hualamphong Train Station and the Thonburi Train Station.
For people travelling to Bangkok from other countries, the Bangkok International Airport also known as Suvarnabhumi airport, serves as the chief gateway for entrance into the city. It is situated 30 kilometres to the east of Bangkok and is frequented by over 35 airlines that operate between Bangkok and other international destinations.
The best way to reach Bangkok from India is by air travel. Daily flights are available to Bangkok from major Indian cities like Kolkata, Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, etc. Flights are operated by Kingfisher, Thai Airways, Air India, Cathay Pacific, and other airlines.
I have settled myself in mumbai from past 6 years however i want to visit bangkok pattaya from mumbai as i have heard its cheap. Also i can visit my hometown after a wonderful trip. Please suggest me the rates and package details so that i can decide weather i should take a package from thailand or from india.
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