BANGKOK — Getting between downtown to Don Mueang International Airport will become easier when two new airport shuttle routes launch Monday.
For 50 baht, travel between the airport and two new destinations: Lumphini Park downtown and Sanam Luang in the old quarter.
The A3 service will stop at Lumphini Park, Ratchaprasong, Pratunam and Din Daeng before heading to the airport by tollway.
The A4 line runs between the airport and Sanam Luang (Royal Grounds), stopping at Khaosan Road, the Democracy Monument, the Phanfa Bridge, Lan Luang, Yommarat, Tha Prachan and Tha Chang along the way.
The two lines come two years after the introduction of bus routes between the Bangkok Bus Terminal (A1) and Victory Monument (A2).
They are more affordable options than the Airport Limo Bus service, which can be booked online for 150 baht per person.
The routes launch May 1 and will operate 7am to 11pm daily.
At the airport, find the buses outside Terminal 1’s exit No. 6 or exit No. 12 in Terminal 2.
The new A3 bus route begins at Lumphini Park
The new A4 bus route begins across from the National Theatre
Update: Bangkok Mass Transit Authority announced Saturday morning to increase the fare for A3 and A4 lines from 30 baht to 50 baht.