WHY BOOK WITH US?
BTS SKYTRAIN SYSTEM
Via the Nana BTS Station, you’ll find the quickest and most reliable way of getting to the major malls and attractions along Sukhumvit Road including Terminal 21, Emporium and Emquartier, Siam Paragon, CentralWorld and Platinum.
Aside from shopping, the BTS’ Sukhumvit and Silom Lines gets you to other parts of Bangkok, too. Trains run daily between 6am and 12am; services are frequent throughout the day with increased frequency during rush hour.
Metered air-conditioned taxis are available 24/7. If you’re planning on getting to us from the airport via taxi, here’s how.
Cautionary note: If a driver refuses to use his meter or gives you a fixed fare, it would be advisable to find another taxi.
If you are used to riding a motorcycle or prepared for a fast zip through traffic, then motorbike taxis or moto taxis are an option. Moto taxi drivers can be found on most street corners in their bright orange safety vests; show them your destination in Thai and off you’ll go. Expect to haggle on price and beware of potential scams.
A Bangkok icon of yesteryear, the tuk-tuk is nowadays a novelty transport, particularly since the open-air cabins offer little protection against fumes and heat on the road. Keep your trip short, haggle hard before hopping on, and be wary of drivers who offer sightseeing tours and unsolicited assistance to your destination.
The public bus service is extensive and inexpensive, with prices ranging from THB 8 – THB 25 depending on the type of bus differentiable by colour. As destinations are written in Thai, it is best to acquire a Bangkok Mass Transit Authority (BMTA) bus map available at most hotels, tourism offices and bookstores.
FROM HUA LAMPHONG RAILWAY STATION
Hua Lamphong, situated on Rama IV, is the terminus of all Thai railway lines as well as the underground MRT. Taxis and Grab options are available; expect your travel to our hotel, depending on traffic, to take around 15 minutes.