There are two ways to travel by public transport direct from Sakon Nakhon to Bangkok: by bus or by plane. Sakon Nakhon is not connected to the Thai Railway Network.
Bus Times from Sakon Nakhon to Bangkok
There are currently 9 bus services a day from Sakon Nakhon to Bangkok available to book online.
- Nakhonchaiair services are scheduled to complete the journey from Sakon Nakhon to Bangkok in 9 to 10 hours depending on which bus service you use.
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Sakon Nakhon Bus Station
Bus services to Bangkok depart from Sakon Nakhon Bus Terminal 2.
Arrival in Bangkok
Transport Company services from Sakon Nakhon terminate at Bangkok Northern Bus Terminal.
Nakhonchai Air services from Sakon Nakhon terminate at Nakhonchaiair Station Bangkok, 17 Soi 19, Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900, Thailand.
Public Transport in Bangkok
Bangkok has a fantastic range of public transport systems. What Bangkok’s public transport lacks in terms of speed and comfort it more than makes up for in eccentricity and fantastic scenery.
Slow and Fast Types of Local Transport
The slowest and most uncomfortable way to travel around Bangkok is generally by local bus services. Local bus services in Bangkok are, however, very cheap and cover routes not on the rapid suburban railway networks. The two most efficient of these suburban railway networks are the MRT undergrounds network and the BTS overhead railway network, popularly known as the ‘skytrain’. The BTS and MRT networks are expanding to cover more and more parts of the city, although the take up of these services is affected by the relatively expensive fares compared to other forms of public transport.
Bangkok River Boats
For an enjoyable journey the best forms of public transport travel on the city’s waterways. The Chao Phraya Express Boat company operates an efficient and cheap commuter service along the city’s main river with stops at major tourist destinations such as the Grand Palace and near to the Khao San Road. For tourists the service is both a way from travelling around the city and an extremely cheap boat tour with fares stating at less than 20 THB.
Bangkok Canal Boats
The other major water based public transport option in Bangkok is the Khlong Saen Saep canal boat service which operates on an 18 km route on an east to west axis. The Khlong Saen Seap canal boat services runs through busy parts of Bangkok including the Sukhumvit Road area and Pratuman terminating in the west close to Democracy Monument and the Golden Mount. Fares on the Khlong Saen Saep canal boat service are also very cheap with fares ranging from 8 to 20 THB.