Bus times from Ao Nang to Bangkok

By public bus it takes 12 to 13 hours to travel 781 km from Ao Nang to Bangkok. You can also fly from Krabi Airport to either Don Mueang Airport in Bangkok with low cost airlines Thai Lion Air, Nok Air and Thai AirAsia or to Suvarnabhumi International Airport with Bangkok Air, Thai Smile, Thai Vietjet, and Thai Airways.

Bus Timetable from Ao Nang to Bangkok

Click on the Ao Nang – Bangkok link below for more information and to buy tickets.

Krabi - Bangkok ฿ 740–980 12h – 14h 7m
  •   Express 16:00, 17:00
Krabi - Bangkok ฿ 938–1,100 15h – 17h 10m
  •   Van + Express Bus 15:30
  •   Van + VIP Bus 15:30
  •   Minivan 15:20, 15:30, 16:00

Bus Stop in Ao Nang

Songserm bus services to Bangkok depart from Ao Nang Beach.

Google Map of Ao Nang Beach

Arrival in Bangkok

Songserm bus services from Ao Nang terminate at the Songserm Bus Station located off the Ratchadamnoen Klang Road near to the Khao San Road.

Google Map of Songserm Bangkok Bus Station

About Travel in Bangkok

Bangkok has two rapid public transport systems and other more basic some more slower suburban public transport services. The best known of these rapid public transport system is the BTS, which is also known locally as the ‘Skytrain‘ as it travel through the city on elevated train track giving passengers great views across the city.

The BTS system has two lines, the Silom Line which runs from the Siam Square area to the other side of river to Bang Wa, and the Sukhumvit line which runs along the Sukhumvit Road through the Siam Square area and then northwards to Chatuchak Park. The other rapid transport system is the MRT, which is an underground train line starting from Bangkok Train Station in the China Town area of Bangkok and running north to Bang Sue Railway Station and then turning west to the other side of the Chao Phraya River.

Platforms at Bangkok Train Station
Platforms at Bangkok Train Station

Bangkok has lots of bus services, which for the greater part are cheap, slow and unpleasantly hot. For people visiting the city for pleasure then a better option is to try taking a Chao Phraya Express Boat service. The Chao Phraya Express Boat service is commuter ferry operation with 37 stops along the Chao Phraya River which runs north to south through Bangkok. Many of the city’s most interesting attractions, such as the Royal Palace and Wat Arun are accessible via Chao Phraya Express Boat ferries. Saphan Taksin BTS station is very close to the main Chao Phraya Express boat pier and is the main interchange station between the river ferries and the city’s rapid transport systems.

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