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  • CSK
    Singapore, Singapore114 contributions
    Now I noticed there are more English signboards (compared to 2017-18) and descriptions for various BTS stations with nearby tourists attractions,
    Written 18 May 2022
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  • Jean B
    61 contributions
    We were going out to the JJ weekend market which is quite away out of the center and we noticed there were two MRT stations right there.
    This system was clean, modern, quicker than driving and very inexpensive. When you come in there are vending machines for ride tokens in English. The staff were very helpful and the signage is excellent. We got to our destination quite easily and would definitely use the system again and recommend it to others.
    Written 2 May 2022
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  • Ian C
    Cha-am, Thailand7 contributions
    Chaotic. Don't use taxi mafia main entrance they all refuse to use meter. ( somehow they ALL broken)Walk left or right and flag down passing taxi.you will save 100% or more
    Written 24 January 2020
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  • Gwendo
    26 contributions
    Great journey on the night train from BKK to Padang Besar where we crossed the border. We bought the tickets directy at the train station the same day, got 1 lower and upper berth which was 1800 THB for the 2 of us. Boarded the17 hour long train which departed on time and almost arrived on time at the thai-malay border. We had ordered dinner from the steward that came shortly after boarding ( curry /rice set menus for about 120 THB each), but at nearly every stops, you have locals getting on board with snacks and food for way cheaper. We were served dinnet at the time requested ( 7pm or 8pm) , then got our beds made by the same steward. We could fit 2 people on the lower berth, and it was very quiet all night. Great trip and way cheaper than flying !
    Written 16 October 2019
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  • Marisa
    10 contributions
    Hard to find the sign for Van/Bus. I have online ticket that i bought at 12goasia.com (Van), when i ask to some of the staff, they didn't see my print out ticket and direct me to bus platforms. another staff see our ticket and tell us where is my platforms but hard to find the sign that show the van platforms. Thankful another staff lead us the way to our platforms.

    The platforms for van are in the first floor.
    For Bus in the second floor.
    its a huge area like a mall, many stores and 7 eleven too.
    Written 2 August 2019
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  • gordonj258
    Blackpool, UK6,502 contributions
    Excellent price at 496 return. Good careful driver and decent air-con. Seats are OK but get a bit uncomfy after a while. 6+ hours each way and used to a small extent as a "local" bus with some stops and a call in at Chantaburi and Suvarnabhumi. Stops etc add about an hour to the drive, so OK if you are not ina rush. Delivered directly to Laem Gnob pier which is the further away pier from Whitesand one and with a longer ferry crossing (+ 15mins). Not much at either Laem Gnob or at the other end.
    Written 3 September 2020
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  • vegeng
    Los Angeles, CA41 contributions
    This is a specialised bus terminal just for Nakhonchai Air buses which mainly travel between Bangkok and northern cities such as Chiang Mai. Certain sections have air-conditioning.

    The nearest BTS is Mo Chit station and you can take either bus #3 or #77 to go there.

    Inside the bus terminal, there are several inexpensive food stalls and 711 shop. The seats inside the bus terminal are comfortable and you can get free 1 hour wifi.

    What's the difference between this and Mo Chit bus terminal? Mo Chit bus terminal handles all bus companies and is very crowded.
    Written 13 September 2019
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