Commercial passenger flights will be allowed to operate flights landing at international airports across the country, including Bangkok , Samutprakarn, Chiang Mai and Phuket. All other passengers will not be allowed entry as authorities work to prevent the spread of Covid-19.
The direct Express Line provides a 15-minute non-stop journey between the City Air Terminal Makkasan station and Suvarnabhumi Airport . The trip is priced at 150 Baht per trip. The Commuter Train makes eight stops throughout the city, taking 27 minutes to travel the 28 kilometres (17 miles) to the airport .
Bangkok has two airports – Suvarnabhumi Airport ( BKK ) and Don Mueang Airport ( DMK ).
There are also apparently some comfortable couches and sleep -friendly seats near the B Floor’s Subway, 7-Eleven, under the stairways and near the International Zone’s prayer room. The airport basement, between Doors 7 to 10 is reputed to be pretty quiet, if you’re okay with a floor- sleeping .
Thailand has opened its borders for tourists from all countries. The southeast Asian country is allowing visitors to apply for the Tourist Visa (TR) or Special Tourist Visa (STV) with a mandatory 14-day quarantine at government-approved quarantine facilities.
Thailand is fully open to tourists from all countries since November 2020. PCR test and mandatory quarantine are required on arrival and all visitors must apply for a travel VISA.
Though Grab operates in 16 provinces and 19 cities in Thailand, paying for a ride from an unlicensed driver is still technically illegal , and some Grab drivers have faced fines by police. In every other Southeast Asian country Grab operates in, ride-sharing services are legal .
Taxis will cost 300 to 400 baht including the tolls and the 50 baht airport fee. The line for taxis is directly outside the Arrivals level at Don Muang Airport.
The Airport Rail Link City Line is the fastest way to travel back and forth between Suvarnabhumi Airport and central Bangkok . Phaya Thai is a major station of the BTS Skytrain, from there you can take the train to travel around the city. The Airport Train stops at 6 stations along its way.
Bangkok has two airports – Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) and Don Mueang Airport (DMK).
Don Mueang International Airport ( DMK ) is closest to Bangkok city center. BUT, Suvarnabhumi International Airport ( BKK ) is better connected to the city center transport-wise via the Airport Rail Link.
Don Mueang Airport is the biggest low-carrier airport serving Bangkok, it handles domestic flights and some international regional flights. Flight fares are cheaper from this airport. So it is a better option to travel to. Suvarnabhumi Airport is the main international airport also serving Bangkok.
Famous for being the only transit hotel in Thailand, the Miracle Transit Hotel is a hotel located on the 4th floor of Suvarnabhumi Airport . With reservations available from 6 to 12 hours, this transit hotel in Thailand’s Suvarnabhumi Airport is an ideal accommodation for those travellers with restricted amount of time.
Here’s Where And How Much. If you have a long layover in Bangkok and want to refresh yourself, Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok Thailand DOES have a shower spot!
Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport offers designated rest zones, equipped with reclining leather chairs, where tired travellers can relax and enjoy some stress-free time before their flight. Locations: inside Security in Concourses B and D.