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Taxi. Get in the official taxi stand queue just outside the airport doors and give the person at the counter the address you're going to. They will tell you how much it will cost (or more likely the ride will be metered - it won't matter much either way, as Bangkok taxis are cheap). They will give you a docket, and point you towards the taxi driver who will ...


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The sensible answer is "taxi", and I hope you have a more exact address because Sathorn Rd is rather long. There are a number of large hotels there, so eg. "Banyan Tree Sathorn" should get the message across, and the taxi dispatchers at the airport will translate English to Thai for the driver. Personally, though, if I was travelling lightly and looking to ...


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Taxi is always an option, should be around 200 Baht, depending on the traffic. If you arrive during rush hour, it can climb to a much higher price, of course. Here is a quite nice calculator. However, it does not take traffic into consideration. If you do not mind waiting in the traffic and want a cheaper solution, you can also take the bus No 29, will cost ...


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Airlines use the Timatic database to determine what documents, if any, must be provided by an embarkinig passenger. Airlines are very careful about this, as passengers refused entry at a destination must be returned to the passenger's point of departure at the airline's expense. Timatic is available on the web here. Entering your nationality, destination, ...


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