Bangkok Airways, Thai Vietjet, Thai Airways, Thai Smile, Thai Lion Air, Nok Air and Thai AirAsia all operate flights from Krabi to Bangkok.
Flight schedule from Krabi to Bangkok
Click on the Krabi – Bangkok link in the timetable below for more information and to buy tickets.
|Krabi - Bangkok ฿ 1,182–5,749 1h 20m – 1h 30m|
|Krabi - Don Mueang Airport ฿ 709–2,031 1h 15m – 1h 35m|
Flights to Bangkok depart from Krabi Airport, 133 Phet Kasem Rd, Nuea Khlong, Nuea Khlong District, Krabi 81130.
Flights from Krabi arrive in Bangkok at either Suvarnabhumi Airport or Don Mueang Airport depending upon which airline you fly with.
Best places to stay in Bangkok
Unless you have an early flight the next morning then we do not advise staying close to either of Bangkok’s two airports. Both airports are located a long way from the centre of Bangkok with little of interest nearby. Bangkok city centre is an exciting and diverse destination with lots of different areas to choose from. So many areas in fact that it can be difficult for visitors unfamiliar to Bangkok to decide which area might suit them best.
At the moment there are five areas in Bangkok which are popular places for foreign visitors to stay:
- Khao San Road Area: Traditionally a cheap area which attracted a lot of backpackers, the Khao San Road and surrounding streets now attract a broader range of visitors and have a wider range of hotel and restaurants.
- Good Points: Close to the riverside and the palaces.
- Bad Points: Not linked to the fast and cheap rapid public transport systems.
- China Town: Area to the north east of the main train station with many vibrant markets and temples.
- Good points: The area is where you will experience real Bangkok culture and find authentic food.
- Bad points: The hotel rooms tend to be tiny and some of the streets are very busy.
- Silom Road Area: This is the business district of Bangkok and location of the famous Patpong Night Market.
- Good Points: Lots of great restaurants and busy bars, and excellent public transport connections.
- Bad Points: There is little in the way of traditional culture in this part of Bangkok.
- Sukhumvit Road: The lower part of this long road is where you will find the city’s best restaurants, hotel and expensive apartments.
- Good Points: Great amenities and great hotels.
- Bad Points: This is the most expensive part of Bangkok and some parts of the Sukhumvit Road attract the least pleasant of the foreign visitors to Thailand.
- Around Siam Square: Siam Square is the shopping area in Bangkok with large modern malls and lots of street level shops:
- Good Points: Great transport connections, great amenities and fantastic shopping opportunities.
- Bad Points: The hotels in this area are very overpriced and the area gets very busy.