Travelling to Bangkok

It is much easier than expected to get to the Thai capital nowadays since it is well-connected with direct flights from many major international cities. Bangkok is an excellent cultural destination; rich in history, heritage, art, culture, culinary, and local experiences. All this - combined with the ICCA 62nd Congress - make it a must-visit destination and a unique trip that will live long in the memory.

Exploring Bangkok can be undertaken through a variety of public transport options; such as MRT, express boat, canal boat, and the BTS Skytrain, which is the city's main transport link.

By Plane

Suvarnabhumi Airport

Bangkok's main airport is the Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) since 2006. It is one of the biggest international airports in Southeast Asia and the world's fourth largest single terminal building, so we highly recommend that you arrive the time your airline suggests. The airport is very modern and well connected to the city center, which is just 30 km, and you can get there via local buses, airport rail link, pre-booked transfer service or taxi.

This is the airport where most of the international flights are scheduled to fly into the Thai capital and it services upwards of 90 different airlines, including Lufthansa, KLM, Turkish Airlines, Finnair, Air China, Singapore Airlines, JAL Airlines.

Don Mueang Airport

The Don Mueang Airport (DMK) is the second most important flight terminal in Bangkok and is mainly used for domestic flights and some international flights from other Southeast Asia cities. It was the city’s main flight hub before Suvarnabhumi opened in 2006.

Don Mueang is the closest to the city center of Bangkok, at only 25 km away. There are several options to get to the city center, such as taxi, transfer service, train, bus.

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By Train

Hua Lamphong

The Bangkok train station, or Hua Lamphong as it is known locally, serves as the main hub for both intercity and international train services in Thailand. The station is located in Pathum Wan District, right in the heart of central Bangkok. 

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