LOCATION

Just 700 metres from Bangkok’s Sukhumivt road at Soi 11, close to the Nana BTS Skytrain station, you also have quick and easy access to the rest of the city.

Tel: +66 2 2079300
Fax: +66 2 2079301

From
Suvarnabumi 
Airport
  • By Hotel Limousine: If you would like a Fraser Suites Sukhumvit limousine to collect you from the airport to the the hotel, please make an advance booking. The fee for a hotel limousine is THB 1,300 each way for a car and THB 1,800 each way for a seater van.
    Meeting point – After collecting your luggage, please exit by Gate Number 5 and next to the AOT counter, look for our limousine representative holding a signage with “Fraser Suites Sukhumvit”.

 

  • By Taxi: A meter taxi is always be available from the airport and can be found near the arrivals hall on level 2. When taking a taxi directly from the airport you will be expected to pay an additional THB 50 and you will also be expected to pay toll fees if you use the expressway.

 

  • By Airport Bus Express: Air condition buses can be found at level 1 near extrance 7. The airport express service runs from 5.00AM though to midnight.
    Take route AE3 to Bangkok Bank on Sukhumvit soi 10. From there, head towards to the Nana Skytrain station then across the road, turn into Sukhumvit soi 11. You will find Fraser Suites Sukhumvit approximately 700 metres.
From
Don Meung Airport
  • By Hotel Limousine: If you would like a Fraser Suites Sukhumvit limousine to collect you from the airport to the the hotel, please make an advance booking. The fee for a hotel limousine is THB 1,300 each way for a car and THB 1,800 each way for a seater van.
    Meeting point- After collecting your luggage,please exit by Gate Number 6 and look for our limousine representative holding a signage with “Fraser Suites Sukhumvit”

 

  • By Taxi: A meter taxi is always be available from the airport and can be found near the arrivals hall. When taking a taxi directly from the airport you will be expected to pay an additional THB 50 and you will also be expected to pay toll fees if you use the expressway.
From Hua Lamphong Railway Station

 

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

Rail 
  • Skytrain: Bangkok’s Skytrain system, locally known as the BTS (Bangkok Transit System), has two lines servicing the city’s important Sukhumvit and Silom districts. The Skytrain travels above traffic congestion considerably reducing journey times through the city. The Skytrains run every few minutes and operate from 6:00AM until midnight.
    Journeys will cost you between THB 15 to only THB 55 for the furthest journeys. The service also provides shuttle buses free of charge to ferry passengers to destinations close by to the stations.

 

  • Subway: Bangkok’s subway system, known locally as the MRT (Mass Rapid Transit System) connects passengers to other important destinations in the city. Trains arrive every few minutes and in line with the BTS, the MRT service opens at 6:00AM until midnight. Fares start at THB 16 up to a maximum of THB 40.

    The MRT has 18 stations and connects with Thailand’s long distance rail network at Hualamphong station. It also connects with the BTS at Silom, Sala Daeng, Asoke and Chatuchak stations.

Road
  • Taxi: Bangkok has many taxis and you should usually have little difficulty in flagging one down from the street. You should always try to make sure that the taxi uses the meter, except for long distance journeys out of town when the price is often negotiated beforehand. The meter will begin at 35 baht and rises in 2 baht increments. Taxis are hired per taxi and not per passenger and passengers will be expected to pay the toll fees on the expressways themselves.

 

  • Tuk Tuk: You will often find Tuk Tuk in the more tourist orientated areas as they are somewhat of a novelty for visitors. Tuk Tuks can be very loud and offer little protection from the elements and from the exhaust on Bangkok’s roads so many people prefer to take a taxi instead. Tuk Tuks don’t have a meter and a fee should be negotiated before you agree to hire one.

 

  • Bus: Bus routes traverse the whole city and are very cheap to use. Although some of the buses are new and modern, others can be very hot and uncomfortable and you could find yourself stuck in traffic for long periods of time. Those that can afford to generally prefer to use better transportation systems, although a bus is usually just fine for shorter journeys.
River
  • Boat: Bangkok’s has the large Chao Phraya River running through it as well as a network of canals and both of these provide an additional transportation service. Maps are available that outline routes and piers and the network can help to reduce travel times considerably. Although the boat network is not for the faint-hearted, it can provide for a more scenic journey around the city.