There are three ways to travel from Sukhothai to Bangkok: you can fly, you a take bus to Phitsanulok and then a train, or you can take a direct bus. We recommend travelling by bus because it is cheap and convenient.
Bus Times to Bangkok
There is a single direct bus service from Sukhothai to Bangkok available to book online.
|07:15||13:15||341 THB||Transport Co|
Buy Tickets to Bangkok
Use the Search Box below to buy tickets from Sukhothai to Bangkok.
- After booking you will receive an electronic booking voucher which you need to present at the Transport Co. ticket office in the bus station to check in for your bus journey.
Departure from Sukhothai
Bus services to Bangkok depart from Sukhothai Bus Terminal.
Arrival in Bangkok
Bus services from Sukhothai to Bangkok terminate at Bangkok’s Northern Bus Terminal.
Transport in Bangkok
There are lots of ways to get around Bangkok and, although meter taxis in Bangkok are very good value for money (if you can find a driver who will use their meter), we recommend that you use public transport as much as possible because it is not only cheap and environmentally friendly but also because it can be a great cultural experience that allows you see more of how Bangkok’s permanent residents live.
Bangkok has seven major public transport networks to choose from, and by using a combination of these networks you can travel almost everywhere in Greater Bangkok:
- Local rail services: Useful for travel to destinations on the outskirts of Bangkok such as Amphawa Floating Market and Don Mueang Airport.
- MRT: Underground metro service connecting Bang Sue Railway Station and Chatuchak Market in the north of the city to Hua Lamphong Railway Station in Bangkok’s China Town.
- BTS: Better known as the ‘Sky Train’, this overhead suburban electric rail service has services connecting nearly all parts of Inner Bangkok, except for the riverside area near the Khao San Road and the Grand Palace.
- Airport Link: Fast train service connecting Bangkok’s main international airport, Suvarnabhumi, to Bangkok City Centre. Travelling from the airport into Central Bangkok on the Airport Link is 10% of the cost of taking a taxi and often considerably quicker than travelling on Bangkok’s congested road network.
- Bus: Buses travel everywhere in Bangkok and tickets prices are very cheap. Generally they are very slow and not the best form of public transport to take with the exception of certain routes such as the popular service connecting Don Mueang Airport to the closest BTS and MRT stations.
- Chao Phraya River Boat service: A cheap and very enjoyable way to travel between riverside areas in Central Bangkok. There is a connection between the BTS and the Chao Phraya River Boat service at Saphan Taksin BTS station.
- Khlong Saen Saep canal boat service: Another cheap and enjoyable way to travel on Bangkok’s waterways. This service runs 18 km on an east to west axis through Central Bangkok with stops on route near the lower Sukhumvit Road and Siam Square before terminating near Democracy Monument, which is an easy walk away from the Khao San Road.