Bus times from Amnat Charoen to Bangkok

By bus the journey from Amnat Charoen to Bangkok is scheduled to take from 8 hours 00 minutes to 10 hours 25 minutes depending upon which bus company you travel with.

Bus Timetable from Amnat Charoen to Bangkok

Click on the Amnat Charoen – Bangkok link for more information and to buy tickets.

Amnat Charoen - Bangkok ฿ 617–651 8h – 8h 40m
  •   VIP 18:50, 19:00
  •   Express 09:15, 17:45
  •   Gold Class 19:17, 19:45, 20:02, 20:30

Bus Stop in Amnat Charoen

Bus services to Bangkok depart from Amnat Charoen Bus Station, Bung, Mueang Amnat Charoen District, Amnat Charoen 37000.

Google Map of Amnat Charoen Bus Station

Arrival in Bangkok

Bus services from Amnat Charoen terminate at Bangkok’s Northern Bus Terminal at 798 Kamphaeng Phet 2 Road, Khwaeng Chatuchak, Khet Chatuchak, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10900, Thailand.

Google Map of Bangkok Northern Bus Terminal

About Yong Lee Restaurant in Bangkok

Yong Lee Restaurant, on the corner of the Sukhumvit Road and Soi 15 (side street number 15) in Bangkok is a long running dining institution. The first notable thing about this restaurant is its location. The restaurant is a very old fashioned and well worn open sided dining room in an area which is now full of modern looking shops and hotels. On the opposite corner of the side street is the ultra modern looking S15 hotel and a short way into Soi 15 is Bangkok’s branch of the American restaurant chain Hooters.

In this setting Yong Lee Restaurant looks conspicuously out of place and indeed it is. Yong Lee Restaurant seems to have been around since the lower part Sukhumvit Road first developed as a busy city centre area area in the 1960s and it hasn’t changed much in that time. The same now very aged couple run the restaurant and it has a loyal following amongst local people.

Yong Lee Restaurant in Bangkok
Yong Lee Restaurant in Bangkok

Yong Lee is a Thai-Chinese restaurant selling classic Chinese style dishes such as noodle soup, grilled duck and beef salad on very basic tables and chairs in the plainest of dining rooms. It is not particularly cheap, indeed the restaurant has some notoriety for ripping off foreign diners, and the food is definitely not the best Thai-Chinese food you will find in Bangkok. What the restaurant is, however, is a one of a kind old school dining institution serving precisely the same food, in the precisely same way (and probably using the same crockery) as they did 50 years ago. At lunch time it gets busy and you won’t have the opportunity to linger, but at night it’s a great place to sit, eat and watch the world go by with a couple of beers.

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