By bus the journey from Chonburi to Bangkok is scheduled to take 2 hours 15.
Bus Timetable: Chonburi to Bangkok
- Click on the Chonburi – Bangkok link in the timetable below for more information and to buy tickets.
|Chonburi - Bangkok ฿ 175 2h 15m|
Departure from Chonburi
Bus services to Bangkok depart from the ‘Pattaya – Bangkok’ Bus Terminal on the Sukhumvit Road in Chonburi.
Arrival in Bangkok
Phet Prasert bus services from Chonburi to Bangkok terminate at the PTT Gas Station, 60/8 Moo 4 Ram Inthra Road, Anusawari, Bang Khen, Bangkok 10220.
Lumphini Park in Bangkok
Lumphini Park is the largest public park in Central Bangkok occupying an area of over 500,000 sqm. The park was established in 1925 on land donated by King Rama VI. A large statue of King Rama VI has been erected in front of the main entrance to Lumphini Park which is easily accessible from the nearby Silom MRT station on Bangkok’s underground railway network. The park is open every day from 04:30 to 21:00 and entrance is free.
Lumphini park features a large boating lake, running track, several free outdoor gyms and the city’s first public library. The park is popular with local residents particularly in the early morning and early evening when the weather is cooler. There are lots of free to join in activities going on at all hours in the park, particularly Tai Chi and aerobics classes. People also play games such as football and Frisbee on the park’s large grassed areas. The park also features children’s play areas with well maintained equipment. Lumphini Park is a safe and pleasant environment in the middle of a dense and busy city. Smoking, alcohol and dogs are banned from the park with officers from the Bangkok Metropolitan Authority on attendance to ensure these rules aren’t broken and that criminal and anti-social behaviour behaviour doesn’t happen. There are also free toilets in the park, something which is noticeably absent from other part of Central Bangkok.