Nana BTS SkyTrain (Nearest Station)
Literally at your doorstep. Exit via the café and escalators to the station are just before you (Click here for BTS Map)
Special One Day Pass
BTS Sky Smart Pass
From Nana BTS Skytrain one stop to Asoke interchange station to Sukhumvit MRT line. Bangkok's 18-station subway line stretches 20kms from Hualamphong to Bang Sue. Operating hours are from 6.00am to 12.00midnight, with a frequency of less than 5 minutes during peak hours (6.00am to 9.00pm/4.30pm to7.30pm) and less than 10 minutes during off peak hours. (Click here for MRT Map)
Single Journey Token
Mulitple Journey Smartcard
Metered air-con taxis are available around-the-clock. Flag fall is THB35 (for the first 2kms) and the fare climbs in THB2 increments. Tipping is not required but rounding up is common. For trips to/from the airport, expressway toll fees will be borne by the passenger.
Word of caution: Check with the driver that he intends on using the meter before getting in, and ensure that he turns it once you are in.
Locally known as 'samlor' or otherwise your three-wheeled taxis. Bargain before hopping on board and beware offers at unbelievably low prices, a set up to lure you to overpriced souvenir or jewelry shops. Approximate cost for a short 10 minute ride is around THB 40 - 100.
Extensive and inexpensive public bus service with prices ranging from THB 8 to THB 30 depending on type of bus, however, as destinations are given only in Thai it is best you get a bus route map (available at most hotels, TAT offices and bookshops).