Shuttle bus from Don Muang to Suvarnabhumi starts running at 5:00 and the last bus leaves at midnight. Depending on the time of the day, shuttle buses depart every 12 to 30 minutes. The trip from DMK to BKK normally takes approximately 50-60 minutes but it can take up to 2 hours if the traffic conditions are harsh.
How do I transfer from BKK to DMK? There is no direct train connection between Bangkok Airports so far. If you want to travel from BKK to DMK by public transport, you need to take Airport Rail Link train first and then transfer to one of the shuttle buses serving Don Muang Airport.
Then, Is BKK or DMK better? For Flying international route such as going from Myanmar to Bangkok, I would prefer DMK than BKK. Had far less international arrival to DMK in comparison. For Domestic flight, there is insignificant difference. Both Airports are quite efficient, only BKK is much bigger.
Is DMK and BKK the same airport? There are two airports in Bangkok, the main airport, Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) which services all major airlines and Don Mueang Airport (DMK) which now serves all of Asia’s budget airlines.
How much is a taxi from Don Muang Airport to Sukhumvit?
The quickest way to get from Don Muang Airport (DMK) to Sukhumvit Road is to taxi which costs ฿230 – ฿280 and takes 20 min.
How much is Muang airport from Bangkok? Don Muang Airport to Bangkok by Taxi
A Metered Taxi fare from Don Muang Airport to Bangkok costs around 150 – 200 THB or more depending on your destination.
How do you get to Don Mueang? Don Muang Airport (DMK) is located 26km north of downtown Bangkok. When travelling to and from the airport, you can take a bus for 40 minutes, take a taxi for 30 minutes or ride the train for about 1 hour. Taking the bus is the cheapest option with fares starting at just $1.