You can find on this page the Bangkok (Krung Thep) buses map to print and to download in PDF. The Bangkok (Krung Thep) bus system map and the Bangkok (Krung Thep) trolley map present the network, stations and lines of the buses and trolley of Bangkok (Krung Thep) in Thailand.
The Bangkok (Krung Thep) bus map shows all the stations and lines of the Bangkok (Krung Thep) bus system. This bus map of Bangkok (Krung Thep) will allow you to easily plan your routes in the buses of Bangkok (Krung Thep) in Thailand. The Bangkok (Krung Thep) bus system map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
The Bangkok BRT is a planned bus rapid transit service initiated under the Bangkok government of Apirak Kosayothin , and is still under construction as of 2008. Inter-city bus services are operated by the Transport Co., Ltd. ( บริษัท ขนส่ง จำกัด, บ ข ส. ) With north- and northeast-bound, eastbound and southbound buses leaving from the Chatuchak (Mo Chit 2), Ekkamai and South Bangkok Bus Terminals, respectively as you can see in Bangkok (Krung Thep) bus map. There are free shuttle buses connecting the two Bangkok airports. To use them, you must present a plane ticket before getting on board. The journey between Suvarnabhumi and Don Muang airports lasts 1::30 approximately (depending on the traffic). These buses regularly run between 5am and midnight. They are the best option to go from one airport to the other.
From Hua Lamphong Train Station, take non air con Bus 29 to Victory Monument, 30 minutes, THB8. From Victory Monument, take air con Bus 551 to Transportation Center of Suvarnabhumi Airport, 60 minutes, THB34 as its shown in Bangkok (Krung Thep) bus map. Take free shuttle bus to Departure Floor, 15 minutes. Look for Bus 551 under the walk bridge (not under BTS Skytrain Station). Airport Express Bus AE4 runs directly from Hua Lamphong to Departure Floor of Suvarnabhumi, THB150. There are also minivans from Victory Monument to Suvarnabhumi Airport. Look at the same bus stop as Bus 551. It is faster as it uses the expressway. The trip takes 30-40 minutes and costs THB45. You may have to buy an additional seat if you have voluminous luggage.
There is a huge network of public buses in the city, but little English language route information is available. Few tourists will opt for local buses when other options are available. You pay once on board to the attendant who meets you and asks for your destination. He or she is not always comfortable with English language so do not hesitate to prepare a visual (picture, name of your destination written in Thai). BRT buses, this yellow bus system is a bit of a hybrid between the metro and the bus with a very similar organization of stations and ticket sale.There is a single line between Sathorn and Ratchapruek which is connected to the BTS as its mentioned in Bangkok (Krung Thep) bus map. The BRT buses have their own dedicated lane and therefore are fast and not caught in the traffic.