BANGKOK, 2 June 2017: A new bus service launched, Thursday, between Suvarnabhumi Airport and Khao San Road and Sanam Luang should make it more convenient for backpackers to transfer from the airport to their favourite downtown haunt.
Operated by Bangkok Mass Transit Authority, the S1 Line operates with eight Euro 2 buses from 0600 to 2000. The fare is THB60 one-way.
The bus will depart from Suvarnabhumi airport passenger terminal’s ground floor Gate 7 every 30 minutes.
The S1 buses will travel along the motorway and take the expressway to Yommarat area, and from there make stops at Ratchadamnoen Klang Avenue, Bang Lamphu and Khao San road, before stopping at Sanam Luang, near the Grand Palace.
From Suvarnabhumi airport – Motorway (Bangkok – Chonburi new line) – Sirat Expressway- Yommarat – Lan Luang Road – Saphan Khao Bridge – Lan Luang Intersection – Phan Fah Lilat Intersection – Ratchadamnoen Klang Avenue – the Democracy Monument – Khok Wua Intersection – Tanao Road – Sip Sam Hang Road – Phra Sumen Road – Bang Lamphu Intersection – Chakrabongse Road – Wat Chana Songkhram – Khao San Road – Chao Fah Road – underneath Saphan Phra Pinklao Bridge – Rachini Road – Sanam Luang (Volunteer military Monument bus station)
Sanam Luang (Volunteer military Monument bus station) – the National Theatre – Rachini Road – underneath Saphan Phra Pinklao Bridge – Phra Athit Road – Phra Sumen Fort – Phra Sumen Road – Bang Lamphu Intersection – Chakrabongse Road – Wat Chana Songkhram – Khao San Road – Ratchadamnoen Klang Avenue – the old Government Lottery Office – Khok Wua Intersection – the Democracy Monument – return the original route
The BMTA currently operates airport buses from Don Mueang airport to Morchit 2 bus station (A1), Victory Monument (A2), Lumpini Park (A3) and Sanam Luang (A4).