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A4 Bus Bangkok: Best Way To KhaoSan Rd from Don Mueang

A4 Bus

A4 Bus is a shuttle bus service in Bangkok that connects Don Mueang International Airport (DMK) with the city’s historical core. Don Muang Airport A4 Bus links the airport to Khao San Road, Sanam Luang, and many more top attractions in Thailand’s capital.

A4 Bus

The A4 Bus route is the easiest method to go from Don Muang Airport to several districts of Bangkok City, including Khao San Road and Sanam Luang, without changing buses or using another type of public transportation.

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Don Muang Airport A4 Bus

All of the buses on the Don Muang A4 Bus route are air-conditioned. Older buses are orange, but a growing number of new blue buses are being used on the A4 Bus route.

A4 Bus Fare

A4 Bus Fare

The current A4 bus price in Bangkok is 50 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.

A4 Bus Timetable

A4 Bus Route Map

Bangkok A4 Bus service is available every day from 7:00 to 23:00.

The A4 Bus is planned to run every 30 minutes.

The trip from Don Muang Airport to the final location normally takes around an hour, although it might take longer if traffic conditions are very bad.

A4 Bus Route

A4 Bus

The A4 Bus connects Don Muang Airport to Bangkok’s historical core, with Khao San Road and Sanam Luang being the final destinations on the route.

Bus Stops at Don Muang 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).

Main Stops on A4 Bus Route

    • Khao San Road
    • Democracy Monument
    • Phanfa Bridge
    • Lan Luang
    • Yommarat
    • Tha Prachan and Tha Chang Piers (for taking Chao Phraya Express Boat Service)

A4 Bus Route Map

Other Don Muang Airport Bus Routes

4 more shuttle bus routes begin at Don Mueang International Airport (DMK):

    A1 Bus – to BTS Mo Chit

    A2 Bus- To Lumphini Park

    A3 Bus – to Lumphini Park

The following is the most important information about all Don Muang Airport bus routes: Airport Bus Service to and from Bangkok Don Mueang 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 a free shuttle between BKK and DMK airports.

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Taking the S1 Bus from Suvarnabhumi Airport straight to Khao San Road and Sanam Luang is the cheapest option.

Learn more about Bangkok and the Top Attractions in Thailand.

For a stress-free journey to Bangkok, book private transport here: Private Don Mueang Airport Transfers (DMK).

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