News from Ban Krut by Kasama's & Bankrutfarang

Sunday, December 1, 2013

New Bus Route from Suvarnabhumi to Hua Hin

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New Bus Route operating directly from Suvarnabhumi to Hua Hin. These are 24 seater luxury coaches with a time of between 3–4 hours one way. The charge is B305 pp. Another expense rising in Thailand as well as everywhere else globally is travel costs. However, if your destination is Hua Hin, and/or other points South, an earlier flight can put you into your Hua Hin lodging as easily as a Bangkok accommodation. So, you’ll save 1. a night, or better part of a day; 2. rather than more expensive lodging in Bangkok, and 3. The hassle of an intermediate stop.
New Bus Rout Suvarnabhumi Airpot to Hua Hin.
Suvarnabhumi Airport to Hua Hin Level 1, Gate 8
ETD: 07:30; 09:30; 11:30; 13;30; 16:30, and 17:30.
Hua Hin Soi 96/1 to Suvarnabhumi Airport
ETD: 07:00; 09:00; 12:00; 14:00; 16:00; 18:00
Bookings are available on line: www.belltravelservice.com For anyone arriving in Ban Krut vis-a-vis Hua Hin who has taken this service, Kasama would like to hear about your experience, as other readers might also consider this service. Depending on your itinerary, it just might give you another day in the sun. We’ve heard good and bad things about this service so far, and can’t really comment on it as we haven’t used the service. If and when we do, and if we receive feed back from others, we’ll print opinions.

2 comments :

  1. Anonymous23/7/15

    i have used this service since starting and only positive from me.
    you can book/pay online, select your times and seating..
    service is prompt, luggage UBC with receipt and xx checked when you arrive destination on time.
    excellent product and price,
    ob
    gee i love thailand :)
    kawasadee krap

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  2. Anonymous18/11/15

    I used this service and the bus was pretty comfortable. But to Bangkok you should better use taxi booked via http://kiwitaxi.com/Thailand/Bangkok+Suvarnabhumi+Airport, because when holiday season starts there are too many people in airports, hard to take car there.

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