Transport in Thailand is extremely well-organized and makes the whole stay in Thailand comfortable and easy. The air, rail, bus, road and water transport is very competent. The different islands and cities are connected to each other and the tourists can easily move about the country. Bookings and reservations should be done preferably in advance to avoid the rush at the last minute. They are International Airport ,Air ,Rail ,Bus


Suvarnabhumi International Airport

Suvarnabhumi Airport Project is a national priority of the government and is designated to be the aviation hub in Southeast Asian region. Since Bangkok International Airport (BIA) has restrictive development to accommodate the air traffic growth in the future, which is estimated to be up to 58 million passengers per year in 2008 while the full-scale development of provided plot of land at Nong Ngu Hao with its capacity to accommodate 45 million passenger per year, 76 flights per hour and 3 million tons of cargo per year.

Don Mueang International Airport
DonMuang International Airport (BIA) is Thailand’s busiest airport. More than 80 airlines use the airport and over 25,000,000 passengers, 160,000 flights and handling over 38,000,000 passengers and 700,000 tons of cargo in 2005. It was then the 18th busiest airport in the world and 2nd in Asia by passenger volume.

Chiang Mai International Airport

Chiang Mai International Airport is the gateway to Northern Thailand, a land of breathtaking natural attractions and deep-rooted cultural traditions. The Airport has contributed greatly to tourism in the North over the years.

Hat Yai International Airport

Located in Songkhla Province, popularly dubbed the trading centre of the South, Hat Yai International Airport has played a key role in providing services to thousands of Muslims making the pilgrimage to Mecca each year.

Phuket International Airport

Phuket International Airport ranks second in the country in terms of passenger and cargo volume. Thanks to the fascinating tourist attractions including the world famous beaches in Phuket and the nearby provinces coupled with a complete range of tourist services, Phuket International Airport has welcomed millions of passengers each year, most of whom are tourists coming from all over the world.

Chiang Rai International Airport
Chiang Rai International Airport is an international airport located in the north of Thailand. The airport is not only a gateway for tourists to the region but also for business due to its near location to several neighbouring countries in the economic quadrangular zone.


Thai Airways

Thai Airways International Public Company Limited is the national carrier of the Kingdom of Thailand.

Air Asia

Now everyone can fly', Thai AirAsia’s philosophy of low fares is aimed at making flying affordable for everyone.

Bangkok Airways

Flying many routes within Thailand and other Asian countries.


Budget airlines flying domestic in Thailand.

Nok Air

Budget airlines flying domestic in Thailand.


The mission for PB Air was to provide safe, fast, and private flight all over the region.

SGA (Siam General Aviation)

Provides connection and feeder air services to small beautiful towns with low traffic demand.

Orient Thai

AirlineFlying between Bangkok, Hong Kong and Korea.

Executive Wings

Air charter service, business air charter Thailand.

Air Phoenix

The private charter for domestic and neighboring countries in Asia.

Minor Aviation (Private Jet Charters

The private jet charter for Phuket, Chiang Mai, Samui, Songkhla, and other destinations in Asia.


State Railway Of Thailand :

In the eight National Economic and Social Development Plan ( 1997 - 2001 ), development strategies are set for enhancement of the development potential of regions and rural areas by redistributing incomes on a more equitable basis, decentralizing development activities to regional and rural areas supporting and expanding community learning network.

State Railway of Thailand 1 Rongmuang Road, Rongmuang, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Tel : 0-2222-0175, 0-2621-8701, 0-2220-4567 E-mail : info@railway.co.th

Bangkok Mass Transit System Public Company Limited :

The BTS is eager to help promote tourism in Bangkok and assist foreign visitors who use our system. Our modern electrified trains transport Bangkok's commuters in wide air-conditioned cars, saving them time with quick, reliable service. The BTS SkyTrain's high-capacity operating system ensures almost no breakdowns and a virtual 100% punctuality. Each train can carry over 1,000 passengers while a similar number of people would use 800 cars, making the BTS Skytrain the most environmentally friendly mass transit system in Thailand.

Currently there are two routes, the Sukhumvit Line and the Silom Line. They cover much of the central city and its many commercial, residential and tourist areas, with extensions planned to outlying areas. The trains run daily between 6:00 am and 12:00 midnight with frequent service throughout the day, increased during rush hours. The fare is based on the distance traveled.

Bangkok Metro :

The First Metro in Thailand Being one of Bangkok’s heavy mass rapid transit, the M.R.T. Chaloem Ratchamongkhon Line has become the first metro in Thailand because its initial system section of Hua Lamphong to Bang Sue is the first railway system in Thailand that kept on underground level.

The M.R.T. Chaloem Ratchamongkhon Line starts from Bangkok Railway Station (Hua Lamphong) along Rama 4 road, crosses Samyan intersection, Silom intersection and Wireless intersection, turns left to Ratchadaphisek Road at Rama 4 intersection, passing Queen Sirikit National Convention Center to Asoke-Sukhumvit intersection, Asoke-Phetchaburi intersection, Rama 9 intersection, Huai Khwang intersection, and Sutthisan intersection, then turns left to Lat Phrao road at Ratchada-Lat Phrao intersection, faces to Lat Phrao intersection, Phahon Yothin road, Chatuchak Park, Mo Chit Northern Bus Terminal (Old), and turns right to Kamphaeng Phet road, passing The Marketing Organization for Farmers (MOF) market, and finally ends at Bang Sue Railway Station.

Operating Hour

• 06.00 am – midnight daily.

• Frequency

- Less than 5 minutes during the peak hours 06.00 - 09.00 am. and 04.30 – 07.30 pm.

- Less than 10 minutes during the off-peak hours.

• Maximum 18 serviced rolling stocks and 1 reserved.

Orient ExpressOrient :

Express operates the luxury tourist trains within and between countries. It offers many interesting routes such as Bangkok-Singapore, Bangkok-Cambodia and Bangkok-Malaysia.


Bangkok Mass Transit Authority Bus services in Bangkok.

Transport co.,ltd. Line starts from Bangkok.

- Eakamai to West

- Morchit 2 ) to North East

- Shaitaimai to South

Article Source : www.tourismthailand.org , www2.airportthai.co.th

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