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getting from Laem Chabang port to Bangkok

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getting from Laem Chabang port to Bangkok

Hi we are on a cruise in October and wondering how we can get from the port of Laem Chabang to Bangkok can anyone tell me the best way to do this as we do not want to do a trip with the ship

Thank You

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1. Re: getting from Laem Chabang port to Bangkok

Hi,

By private transfer:

orientalescape.com/thailand/…bangkok.html

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2. Re: getting from Laem Chabang port to Bangkok

Another option is if your ship offers a free ride to Suvarnabhumi Airport - take it if you can! Only 45 baht to use the City Line train from the airport to Pratunam area Bangkok. Otherwise private transportation.

These cruise ships don't seem to do too much for their passengers.

Good luck.

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3. Re: getting from Laem Chabang port to Bangkok

There are frequent first- and second-class buses on Sukhumvit Road, the main highway, outside the port that cost about 100 baht and go to Bangkok's Ekamai Bus Station. From there you can take the Skytrain all over downtown Bangkok. Ask a local where the bus stop is -- I think it's near the port office. Take a blue and white first-class air-conditioned bus.

The buses run along the eastern extension of the Skytrain line, so you could save quite a bit of time if you get off the bus at the first Skytrain station it stops at, usually Udom Suk or Punnawithi.

Taxis and vans at Laem Chabang charge extortionate prices.

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