Suvarnabhumi International Airport – Travel time approximately 35 minutes away. From the airport, travel to the hotel via taxi meter or by the Airport Link, which starts from Suvarnabhumi station until Phayathai station (No. 8), then connects to the BTS sky train and get off at the Ploenchit station. Novotel Bangkok Ploenchit Sukhumvit is only few steps away from Ploenchit station.
Don Muang International Airport – Travel time approximately 40 minutes away. From the airport, travel to the hotel via taxi meter or by booking a pick-up with the hotel limousine. Another alternative is taking A1 bus to BTS Mo Chit station, followed by getting off at BTS Ploenchit Station, which is located about a few minutes walking distance from the Novotel Bangkok Ploenchit Sukhumvit.
BTS SKYTRAIN NETWORK
Conveniently located, Novotel Bangkok Ploenchit Sukhumvit is easily accessible by Bangkok BTS SkyTrain network, connecting you to all key locations throughout Bangkok. The hotel is adjacent to the BTS SkyTrain Ploenchit Stations.
The Bangkok MRT offers an efficient underground network linking areas that are not directly connected with the Bangkok BTS sky train. The MRT can be connected easily via the interchange at Asoke BTS and Sala Dang BTS.
BANGKOK AIRPORT LINK
The Bangkok Airpot Link is an alternative way to access Suvarnabhumi International Airport. Elevated above the ground the Airport Rail link stops at a number of key local stations though out its journey to the the Airport Terminal. To access the airport rail link, use the BTS network and alight at Phaya Thai BTS station.
Bangkok is a Taxi city, and taxis are generally readily available throughout the city at all major locations. Taxis in Bangkok are quite cost effective and charge by a fair meter, or can be hired for a fixed rate for a whole day.
In Most tourist areas you will see TUK-TUKs for hire. It’s an iconic signature of Bangkok and a must try if you have never been in one in Bangkok, however TUK-TUK’s often charge up triple the cost of a taxi, and you need to finalise the cost before starting with journey.
A great way to see a hidden part of Bangkok, and a network mostly used by morning and evening commuters, the Bangkok Ferry network ply’s the canals of Bangkok (or Khlongs in Thai). The Bangkok Ferry offers a fast mode of transport throughout the canal network servicing up to 60,000 passengers per day. Those wishing to try this unique experience can catch the ferry at Withayu Wharf nearby the Novotel Bangkok Ploenchit Sukhumvit.