Flight times from Buri Ram to Bangkok

Thai AirAsia and Nok Air both operate direct flights from Buri Ram to Don Mueang Airport in Bangkok. You can also travel direct from Buri Ram to Bangkok by train and bus.

Flight Schedule from Buri Ram to Bangkok

Click on the ‘Buriram – Bangkok’ link in the timetable below for more information and to buy tickets.

Buriram - Don Mueang Airport ฿ 1,311–1,429 50m – 1h
  •   Economy 14:45, 15:50

Buri Ram Airport

Flights to Bangkok depart from Buri Ram Airport, Satuek District, Buri Ram 31150.

Google Map of Buri Ram Airport

Bangkok Airport

Flights from Buriram arrive at Don Mueang Airport, 222 Vibhavadi Rangsit Rd, Khwaeng Sanambin, Khet Don Mueang, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10210.

Google Map of Don Mueang International Airport

About Travel from Bangkok

Bangkok is a major transport for South East Asia, with direct flights and overland connections to destinations across Thailand and South East Asia. You can get pretty much anywhere in a single journey from Bangkok and you can often travel in a variety of ways to suit your budget or your schedule. To travel quickly from Bangkok then take a flight from either of Bangkok’s two large international airports: Suvarnabhumi or Don Mueang. For more information about flights from Bangkok click on the link.

To travel cheaply from Bangkok then we advise that you take a bus. Bangkok has three major bus stations (The Southern Bus Terminal, The Northern Bus Terminal and the Eastern Bus Terminal) with direct services to nearly everywhere in Thailand as well as major cities in most of the neighbouring countries, except Myanmar to which you can currently only travel as far to the border by a Thailand bus. For more information about bus services from Bangkok click on the link.

Hua Lamphong Railway Station in Bangkok
Hua Lamphong Railway Station in Bangkok

Bangkok is also at the centre of Thailand’s railway network, with Thailand’s 5 major railway lines all fanning out from Bangkok. Most of the country is connected to the railway network with the notable exceptions of Thailand’s West Coast, including Phuket and Krabi, and destinations such as Chiang Rai to the north of Chiang Mai. Thailand doesn’t operate direct trains to destinations in neighbouring countries any longer but you can currently travel on a Thailand train to connect with Malaysian, Cambodian and Laotian train services for onward travel across South East Asia.

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