TAXI ride Suvarnabhumi Airport to Silom

TAXI ride Suvarnabhumi Airport to Silom  | Bangkok, Thailand |  So my local friend Jason was right. He told me… why do you take the Express Train when you can pay same or a bit more and take the taxi door to door from Suvarnabhumi Airport to your hotel or destination anywhere in Bangkok. Being that today I arrived at 2AM in the morning and the Express Train was close, I explored my options and ended up taking a Meter Taxi which took me 20 minutes, out of the rush hour of course, and costed me THB 330 (approx. USD10) including the meter fare, plus surcharges and express tolls. Pros and Cons of the Express Train: Pro is that during the day time hours, you will avoid rush hour and get to the city much faster. Cons is that the Express Service is not well connected to the SkyTrain or Metro system, meaning you will have to leave the Express Train Terminal and walk a few block to connect with the public transportation. The cost being a single traveler is almost the same in both cases, but if you are traveling with one of more people, then the Taxi is the best option. Carlos Melia Luxury Travel Curator –

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