A1 Bus is Bangkok’s shuttle bus service that connects Don Mueang International Airport (DMK) with Bangkok City. Don Mueang Airport Bus A1 links the airport to BTS Mo Chit Station and MRT Chatuchak Park Station, making it easy to go to the major sections of Thailand’s capital.
The A1 Bus may also take you to Bangkok Northern (Mo Chit) Bus Terminal.
Taking the A1 Bus from Don Mueang Airport to the city is a good option for travelers because the shuttle bus service is very convenient, inexpensive, and quite fast, as the Bangkok A1 Bus route is direct and uses an expressway, stopping at only a few bus stops before arriving at the final destination.
All of the buses on the Don Mueang A1 Bus route are air-conditioned. Older buses are orange, but a growing number of modern blue buses are being utilized on the A1 Bus route.
Bangkok A1 Bus Fare
The current A1 bus price in Bangkok is 30 THB per person.
The ticket may be purchased on board. So yet, the bus fee can only be paid in cash, but there are plans to introduce alternative payment options as well.
Bangkok A1 Bus Timetable
Bangkok A1 Bus service is available every day from 6:15 a.m. to 24:00 p.m.
The A1 Bus is planned to run every 5 minutes.
Unless traffic conditions are really bad, the travel on this Don Mueang Airport bus route normally takes around 30 minutes.
Bangkok A1 Bus Route
The A1 bus connects Don Muang Airport to the BTS Mo Chit station. The A1 bus route is direct and uses an express route, thus it only stops at a few bus stops before arriving at the final destination.
Bus Stops at Don Mueang Airport
All shuttle buses at Don Muang Airport park on the first level of Terminal 1 (Gate 6) and Terminal 2. (Gate 12/Gate 14).
A1 Bus Route's Main Stops
- Central Lad Phrao Mall
- BTS SkyTrain Mo Chit Station & MRT Metro Chatuchak Park Station (close to Chatuchak Weekend Market)
- Bangkok Northern (Mo Chit) Bus Terminal (also known as Chatuchak Bus Station)
- Bangkok Mochit New Van Terminal (Minibus Station Chatuchak)
A1 Bus Route Map
Tips for Taking the A1 Bus
The A1 Bus stops at the BTS Mo Chit Station and the MRT Chatuchak Park Station. This location is around halfway between Don Muang Airport and the heart of Bangkok City. Stopping here and transferring to the BTS or MRT is a smart method to escape Bangkok’s awful traffic.
Passengers with children and large baggage may find it difficult to board the A1 Bus at Don Mueang Airport. Inside earlier yellow buses, there is no baggage room and just little capacity in modern blue buses. During rush hour, the buses on the A1 route may also get quite full, so you may have to stand the whole journey to your destination. The travel may take significantly longer than 30 minutes, depending on the time of day and traffic conditions.
Because the A1 Bus is the most frequently used Don Mueang Airport shuttle bus route, you may wait for the next bus to get a seat.
A2 Bus also stops at BTS Mo Chit and MRT Chatuchak Park stations, therefore you may use this route instead. Just be sure to get out at the correct bus stop, since the A2 Bus route carries on to the Victory Monument.
More information about using the A1 Bus from BTS Mo Chit Station and MRT Chatuchak Park Station to Don Mueang Airport can be found here: Bangkok A2 bus from MRT/BTS to Don Mueang Airport.
Other Don Muang Airport Bus Routes
Here are 4 more shuttle bus routes that begin at Don Mueang International Airport (DMK)
Here you can find the most crucial information about all Don Muang Airport bus routes: Airport Bus Service to and from Bangkok Don Mueang Airport (DMK).
If you have connecting flights at different airports in Bangkok, use free shuttle between BKK and DMK airports.
More useful information about facilities at the airport can be found here: Don Mueang International Airport (DMK).
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