As you know I live in Bangkok when I am not travelling around the world. So when I come back from a long trip I love nothing more than to have my transport sorted after I touch down. It’s not always back to my condo where I am heading, sometimes it’s to the beach with my girlfriend for a relaxing break or to a riverside retreat.
So how do I do it?
Well, I always choose the best airport transfer in Bangkok to make sure that everything goes to plan. The good news is that you can get the pick up from either Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK airport) or Don Mueang International Airport (DMK Airport). I don’t even need to make an expensive phone call from overseas because I can book and pay online – it doesn’t get any easier than that!
Meeting the driver
As soon as you leave arrivals you’ll meet the driver who’ll be standing there with your name on a sign. He then takes you straight to the car and he’ll help you with the bags too. It’s so easy, off the plane, bags to the driver and in to the car – then it’s time to sit back and relax before checking out the best nightlife in Bangkok.
Travelling with a big group? No problem
If you’re travelling in a big group then that’s no problem at all because you can always organise a minibus to pick you up. The minibus has ten spacious seats for everyone to relax and enjoy the ride.
Where would I recommend?
Personally if you’re coming to Thailand and need to see the sand and ocean quickly I would book the best airport transfer in Bangkok to take you to Jomtien. It’s the closest beach to the airport and the drive only takes around 2 hours. If you’re looking to explore the bright lights of Bangkok for a few days the the ride to your hotel should only take you around 40 minutes.
But if you’re staying down town, in a hotel in nana, or thereabouts, this works too.
I can’t recommend enough booking the best airport transfer online before you fly because it guarantees the perfect and most stress free start to your holiday.
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