Bangkok to Samut Prakan @ taxi Apr 30, 2017

4 trips (THB 4,950 — 5,500)

From Bangkok any hotel to Samut Prakan by taxi

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Bangkok any hotel
Time
Crocodile Farm, Samut Prakan
2h
Refund
฿ 4,950
  vehicle, all incl
Any
Bangkok any hotel
Time
Crocodile Farm, Samut Prakan
2h
Refund
฿ 5,500
  vehicle, all incl
Any
Bangkok any hotel
Time
Ancient City Bang Pu, Samut Prakan
2h
Refund
฿ 4,950
  vehicle, all incl
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Bangkok any hotel
Time
Ancient City Bang Pu, Samut Prakan
2h
Refund
฿ 5,500
  vehicle, all incl

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Book Tickets from Bangkok to Samut Prakan Online

Where do you book tickets Bangkok - Samut Prakan? How long is the Bangkok - Samut Prakan route? It takes on average 2h by taxi, depending on operator and vehicle. The route is going over a distance of 17 km. Having 4 departures to Samut Prakan, 12go gives a choice of 1 operators for Bangkok - Samut Prakan route. Earliest departure goes at 00:00, while the latest is 00:00 local Thailand time.

Operators serving the route Bangkok - Samut Prakan are Bell Transport. Cheap ticket for Bangkok - Samut Prakan by taxi is ฿ 4,950 (US $ 144.19) by Bell Transport (2h ), while most expensive fare and presumably best would be ฿ 5,500 (US $ 160.21) by Bell Transport which takes 2h 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 @ Samut Prakan

06 April 2017

The prime-minister of Thailand presided over ceremonies to open Bangkok’s newest Skytrain station on Monday. Samrong is the first of nine stations to open on a Sukhumvit Line extension which will eventually link the downtown area of Bangkok and Samut Prakan.

12 July 2016

A senior official with the Thai Transport division says an extension to Bangkok’s Skytrain network will open earlier than planned. Traffic and Transportation Department director Taweesak Lertprapan says the southbound extension of the Sukhumvit Line will accept its first passengers next year.

29 March 2016

Thailand’s transport ministry has given the green light for the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) to run new Skytrain services when they launch next year.  The memorandum of understanding will see the council assume control of the twin extensions of the elevated Green Line system.