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    Buses from Ban Chang to Suvarnabhumi

    Does any one have knowledge of buses that stop in Ban Chang, going to Suvarnabhumi? Schedule and which of the various bus stops they use. Any information would be very much appreciated.

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    Go down the street of dreams to the main drag. Turn right. Continue along the main drag and about 1km on the left is the bus office. It used to be right next to a very nice new coffee shop. It's opposite that big market store that sells everything dead cheap. All tickets for a/c buses to swampy sold there. There used to be 6 or 7 a day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jandajoy View Post
    Go down the street of dreams to the main drag. Turn right. Continue along the main drag and about 1km on the left is the bus office. It used to be right next to a very nice new coffee shop. It's opposite that big market store that sells everything dead cheap. All tickets for a/c buses to swampy sold there. There used to be 6 or 7 a day.
    Jandajoy. Many thanks for that information, have found the place, and my chum took the 15.30 bus this afternoon and arrived at Suvarnabhumi at 17.15

    Buses seemingly run at hourly intervals from 04.30 with the last one departing at 19.30. The cost being 160 Baht with an extra 100 Baht for the detour off the motorway into the airport.
    It would appear that it is essential to pre-purchase the ticket, to ensure a seat (these are minibuses, which I am assuming carry about 13 people - so anyone with large amounts of luggage may have problems).

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    Good.

    I always found it best to buy the tickets early so as to get a good seat. You can ask for specific seats on the A/C buses.

    I never heard of a 100bht charge for the detour though. You might want to check that out.

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    Do anyone could give me more details on this bus station as i could not find it today

    Thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanmarc1961 View Post
    Do anyone could give me more details on this bus station as i could not find it today

    Thanks in advance
    Don't go looking for a bus station, it is a small shop unit with a basic desk and three or four rows of seats. It is on the coast side of the Sukhamvit virtually opposite (on the other side of the road) a yellow and green painted shophouse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by a. boozer View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by jeanmarc1961 View Post
    Do anyone could give me more details on this bus station as i could not find it today

    Thanks in advance
    Don't go looking for a bus station, it is a small shop unit with a basic desk and three or four rows of seats. It is on the coast side of the Sukhamvit virtually opposite (on the other side of the road) a yellow and green painted shophouse.
    Ok , thanks a lot

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    Better to go back down the road towards the lights can get a minibus for 160B runs every hour mon-fri from
    5:30 till 18:30 and weekends 5:30 till 21:30. The missus uses all the time better and they don't mind detouring if not to far out of the way.

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