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Hotels in Bangkok near Bangkok (DMK-Don Mueang Intl.)

Bangkok (DMK-Don Mueang Intl.) Hotels

One of 2 gateways serving Thailand’s vibrant capital, Do Mueang International Airport (DMK) is one of the oldest international hubs in the world. Despite such a ripe old age fliers are treated to an array of modern amenities, including the usual fast food favorites and a well-stocked, fragrant duty-free. Once you’ve landed, you’ll be less than 27 kilometers from the decadent temples, glossy malls, and buzzing nightlife of Bangkok.

Hotels in Bangkok (DMK-Don Mueang Intl.)

There are several modern yet budget-friendly hotels near Don Mueang International Airport. Whilst they offer a simple no frills stay, most rooms still provide WiFi and cable television. There’s also a large swanky hotel adjoined to the airport itself. Connected by walkway, it features a 24-hour business center, fitness facilities and a swimming pool.

Where to stay

Away from the airport area, Bangkok’s 21st century high rise core, Siam Square, is home to lavish hotels, fine restaurants and monstrously-sized malls. With lots of accommodation options and a rowdy nightlife, Sukhumvit Road is another tourist hotspot, home to the cheeky Soi Cowboy district. If you want history and culture, Bangkok’s Old City Rattanakosin is the place to be.

How to get to Bangkok (DMK-Don Mueang Intl.)

Also known as Old Bangkok International Airport, Don Meuang serves destinations throughout Asia, with direct links to Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, Phuket and Singapore. If you’re coming from further afield however, such as Europe or the United States, Suvarnabhumi Airport provides a better connected gateway for direct flights. Once you’ve landed at Don Mueang, you can get to Bangkok by train, taxi or bus. A railway station is linked to the airport via walkway, where trains leave for Hua Lamphong station in the city center. Alternatively a taxi to Bangkok’s core takes around 30 minutes to an hour, whilst bus No.29 takes a little longer.

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