Travel to Bangkok by Van

Travel to Bangkok by Van – There may have been many articles that have reviewed taking a bus or van from Bangkok to Hua Hin, but I am different because I took a van from Hua Hin to Bangkok. My trip to Hua Hin only lasted two days, while my friends stayed in Hua Hin for the next two days. Yes, I took the van alone from Hua Hin to Bangkok. Actually, I am use to taking the bus or van alone while abroad. I have also taken a bus from Bangkok to Khao Yai with a public bus that is not an express, it’s safe. At first I was confuse about whether to order online first or come directly to the terminal. The inner turmoil because I like to drag it, I finally decided to buy it straight away.

There are many bus or van options to Bangkok with different companies and different stations. It is like if in Indonesia there is a “trending” travel ride at the company’s point of view. Some go to the Bangkok terminal and some go directly to Subvarnabhumi Airport. Unfortunately the one from Hua Hin to Don Mueang Airport.

Travel to Bangkok by Van

I found this station van because I accidentally browsed on google maps that said “Minivan Station”. Departing early in the morning, my friend escorted me by motorbike from the hotel to Minivan Station. In accordance with GPS directions, we had no trouble arriving at the location. I was directe to the counter to pay 180 bath (about 70 thousand) with the aim of Bangkok Terminal. Honestly, I don’t know which terminal in Bangkok I will make the last stop. The point is to take a minivan first. This minivan is available every hour from 4:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., so you don’t have to worry about running out of tickets.

The van I was in was a kind of hiacee with a capacity of 15 people. There is a suitcase in front but not many. I only carry a backpack. Seats 1-2 per row. I sat next to a girl who asked me to speak Thai, after I asked her to speak English, I immediately did not understand. At first the van I was riding was not full. There are some foreigners and local residents. Several times the van also stopped at a bus stop on the side of the road which ended up the van full of passengers.(Travel to Bangkok by Van)

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