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    What is the best way to travel from Sunvarnabhumi to Don Muang, how much should it cost an how long will it take.
    Does the Int Airport provide a shuttle bus.

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    Kate has a house near the old airport and we get a taxi as it is the fastest and easiest way for us. It usually cost no more than 700 baht including tolls, only £12 for a 30-45minute car ride.

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    There is no shuttle bus.
    The public taxis now leave from the arrivals level,
    moved from the ground floor.
    Even with expressway tolls and 50 baht airport fee,
    cost should only be around 350 baht.

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    On buses, this is info I have

    there is a bus number 555 that runs from one airport to the other. Bus from DM to SV 34baht, pay the conductor on the bus. It runs every 50 minutes and takes about an hour. You pick it up outside arrivals at DM (back end of taxi rank) and it drops you off outside departures at SV should be reversal coming back.

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    Ideal for the cheap charlies eh?

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    It usually cost no more than 700 baht including tolls
    That should be enough to pay for nearly two trips.
    cost should only be around 350 baht
    That sounds more like it.
    There is no shuttle bus
    A friend of mine got a bus a few months back from BKK to DMK.
    there is a bus number 555 that runs from one airport to the other
    That must have been the one. Funny number.
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    I remember a white shuttle bus that was free and took about 30 mins. Am I dreaming ?


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    Yes

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    Thanks for the info - it looks like the taxi then.

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