By bus the journey from Nan to Bangkok takes 9 to 10 hour, which is slower, but much cheaper, than flying direct from Nan to Bangkok.
Bus Times from Nan to Bangkok
There are currently 5 direct bus services a day from Nan to Bangkok available to book online.
|18:30||04:30||657 THB||Budsarakham Tour||Express|
|19:00||04:52||630 THB||Nakhonchai Air||Gold Class|
|19:30||05:15||559 THB||Sombat Tour||Express 44|
|19:30||05:20||869 THB||Bangkok Busline||VIP 24|
|19:45||05:30||869 THB||Sombat Tour||VIP 33|
Flight Times from Nan to Bangkok
Budget airlines Thai Smile, Nok Air and AirAsia all operate direct flights from Nan to Bangkok.
|Nan - Don Mueang Airport ฿ 1,699–2,848 1h 5m – 1h 35m|
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Nan Bus Station
Bus services to Bangkok depart from Nan Bus Terminal.
Bangkok Bus Station
Bus services from Nan to Bangkok terminate at Bangkok Northern Bus Terminal.
About Travel to Bangkok
Bus services from Nan to Bangkok terminate at Bangkok’s Northern Bus Terminal, also known as Mo Chit or Mor Chit Bus Station, which is located near Chatuchak Weekend Market. Bangkok Northern Bus Terminal is inconveniently located slightly further than is comfortable to walk away from the closest rapid mass transport system station. The nearest BTS (elevated suburban railway) and MTR (metro) stations are both located near each other on the other side of Chatuchak Park from the Northern Bus Terminal, a distance of 2.9 km by road. The quickest and to reach either Chatuchak MRT station or Mo Chit BTS stations is take a meter taxi which should cost about 60 THB on the meter. A cheaper alternative is to wait for the A1 Airport Bus which departs from the Northern Bus Terminal every 12 minutes and costs 30 THB to reach Chatuchak MRT station.
Once you access either the BTS or MRT systems you can travel to most parts of Central Bangkok, and you can also connect with the Airport Link to Suvarnabhumi Airport or with the national railway network at the nearby Bang Sue Railway. Travel by BTS or MRT is generally a faster way to travel around Bangkok than taxi or bus because the roads in Bangkok are often congested, particularly during the early morning and early evening with local commuters. One place you should, however, simply take a meter taxi to direct from Bangkok Northern Bus Terminal is the Khao San Road area which isn’t currently connected to either the BTS or MRT system. The journey by taxi from the Northern Bus Terminal to the Khao San is generally quite fast except at the busiest times of the day and should cost around 100 THB depending of course upon whether you can find a taxi driver willing to use their meter and whether you get stuck in a traffic jam.