Bangkok to Nakhon Nayok @ bus May 6, 2017

10 trips (THB 133 — 8,250)

From Morchit to Nakhon Nayok by bus

03:30
Morchit, Bangkok
05:30
Nakhon Nayok
2h
Instant
฿ 133
× 2 = ฿ 266
? seats available
04:30
Morchit, Bangkok
06:30
Nakhon Nayok
2h
Instant
฿ 133
× 2 = ฿ 266
? seats available
05:00
Morchit, Bangkok
07:00
Nakhon Nayok
2h
Instant
฿ 133
× 2 = ฿ 266
? seats available
08:00
Morchit, Bangkok
10:00
Nakhon Nayok
2h
Instant
฿ 133
× 2 = ฿ 266
? seats available
09:00
Morchit, Bangkok
11:00
Nakhon Nayok
2h
Instant
฿ 133
× 2 = ฿ 266
? seats available
12:00
Morchit, Bangkok
14:00
Nakhon Nayok
2h
Instant
฿ 133
× 2 = ฿ 266
? seats available
14:00
Morchit, Bangkok
16:00
Nakhon Nayok
2h
Instant
฿ 133
× 2 = ฿ 266
? seats available
17:30
Morchit, Bangkok
19:30
Nakhon Nayok
2h
Instant
฿ 133
× 2 = ฿ 266
? seats available

From Bangkok any hotel to Nakhon Nayok by taxi

Any
Bangkok any hotel
Time
Nakhon Nayok
2h 30m
Refund
฿ 7,150
  vehicle, all incl
Any
Bangkok any hotel
Time
Nakhon Nayok
2h 30m
Refund
฿ 8,250
  vehicle, all incl

Book Tickets from Bangkok to Nakhon Nayok Online

Where do you book tickets Bangkok - Nakhon Nayok? How long is the Bangkok - Nakhon Nayok route? It takes on average 2h 6m by Bus, taxi, depending on operator and vehicle. The route is going over a distance of 91 km. Having 10 departures to Nakhon Nayok, 12go gives a choice of 2 operators for Bangkok - Nakhon Nayok route. Earliest departure goes at 00:00, while the latest is 17:30 local Thailand time.

Operators serving the route Bangkok - Nakhon Nayok are Aran, Bell Transport. Cheap ticket for Bangkok - Nakhon Nayok by Bus is ฿ 133 (US $ 3.85) by Aran (2h ), while most expensive fare and presumably best would be ฿ 8,250 (US $ 238.65) by Bell Transport which takes 2h 30m on schedule. Some operators provide snacks, others stop at a foodcourt on the road (some also include it in the ticket price).

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News @ Nakhon Nayok

04 July 2016

Travel agents in four central Thailand provinces have condemned a plan to close the nation’s most visited national park. Last week, the local Conservation Network Association put forward a proposal to bar visitors from Khai Yai National Park for three months every year.

07 April 2016

Thailand’s national parks division has allocated a budget of THB500 million to give facilities at the 50 most visited parks a spruce up. Thanya Nethithammakul is the director of the Department of National Parks and he says the budget will be used to upgrade all the facilities visitors use at the park.

04 January 2016

The chief ranger at Thailand’s most popular national park has asked visitors to refrain from taking snapshots of wild elephants. Kanchit Srinoppawan says that although elephants roam freely through Khao Yai National Park they can get annoyed when people get too close and start taking photographs.