Flight times from Mae Sot to Bangkok

Nok Air operates direct flights from Mae Sot to Bangkok. The scheduled flight time from Mae Sot to Bangkok is 1 hour 10 minutes.

Flight Schedule from Mae Sot to Bangkok

  • Click on the Mae Sot – Bangkok link in the timetable below for more information and to buy tickets.
Mae Sot - Bangkok ฿ 495–770 8h 40m – 9h
  •   Intercity 20:50
  •   Standard 19:00, 19:30, 20:10
  •   Express 09:00, 20:20

Mae Sot Airport

Flights to Bangkok depart from Mae Sot International Airport, 12 498 Moo 1 Asia Road, Tha Sai Luat, Mae Sot District, Tak 63110.

Google Map of Mae Sot International Airport

Bangkok Airport

Flights from Mae Sot arrive in Bangkok 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

King Prajadhipok Museum in Bangkok

The King Prajadhipok Museum is located in Bangkok on the Lan Luang Road, 600 metres walking distance to the east of Democracy Monument. The King Prajadhipok Museum is dedicated to King Rama VII of Thailand who reigned from 1925 to 1935 during a very turbulent period in Thai history when the rule of an absolute monarch was replaced in 1932 by a new system of government where Thailand became governed by a council of important elites, particularly military officers, who also were not elected.

The museum is located within a magnificent building constructed in 1898 as a department store for branch of a well known English retailer based in Bond Street in London. The museum has three levels, each with exhibitions focusing on specific aspects of the life of King Rama VII from his early childhood through to the last years of his life spent living in England.

King Prajadhipok Museum in Bangkok
King Prajadhipok Museum in Bangkok

The King Prajadhipok Museum is a fascinating place to visit and the King himself was a very interesting historical figure. King Rama VII was a very well educated and well travelled man schooled in Europe and a serving officer for a time in the British Army.

Some observers have suggested that the forward thinking King Rama VII was at odds with the socially conservative Royal Court and the displays showing the way of life in the Court during the time of his reign contrast with the King’s other experiences support this point. Whether true or not, the museum is a must see for anyone with an interest in modern Thai history.

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