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We are only a 2.5 hour drive from Bangkok by car. A little longer by other options. Click below for full details on how to find us. Please note, when arriving by car, it is best to follow the highway signs to Khao Yai National Park to get on to Highway 2090. Online maps insist on taking you along the back roads.


Duration: Approx. 2.5 hours

From Suvarnabhumi Airport Follow signage to enter Motorway Hwy #7 to Bangkok. Take exit for Hwy #9 (toll highway) to Bang Pa-in. After approximately 54 km follow signage to Hwy #1 to Wang Noi & Saraburi. Once on Hwy #1 to Saraburi, follow directions written below to Hwy #2 and onward to Khao Yai.

From Bangkok, follow Hwy #1 north out of Bangkok to Rangsit/Wang Noi/Saraburi. At Hwy #1 and Hwy #2 interchange at Saraburi (km 106 marker) follow signage directions to Hwy #2 Nakhon Ratchasima.

Take Hwy #2 and watch for the Pak Chong exits. Take the second exit (go past Tesco Lotus) to Pak Chong/Khao Yai Hwy #2090. Bear right as to go to Khao Yai.

Go past Makro & 7-11 on the left. Stay in the right lane. 100 meters past the 7-11 take the U-turn near the top of the hill, then turn left onto the small road. Follow the road and signage for 4.4 km. Google Maps is very reliable once on the small road. 

See our map below.

Please call if you need assistance or guidance

094 574 9801


BY BUS or mini-van

Option A: Bus

Duration: Approx. 4-5 hours

Mo-chit Bus Terminal serves much of Thailand, including the North-East. It is a short taxi ride away from Mo-Chit BTS Skytrain stop or from the Chatuchak MRT Subway stop. This link shows Mo-Chit bus station. Here is a helpful YouTube video to get a feel of the bus terminal ticket area found @ the 4m30s mark. 

Option B: Mini-van Service

Duration: Approx. 3 hours

Since October 2016 the mini-van companies now operate out of Mo-Chit bus station. These 15-seaters run from daybreak to 19:00 every 30 minutes daily to the centre of Pak Chong city. In the terminal's Blue Zone look for the TAE-WA-DA van company. Tel. 081 999 3707 in Bangkok 081 999 3606 in Pak Chong. Here is a picture of the company logo to look for.

There are free shuttles that now depart Victory Monument every 20 minutes to Mo-Chit terminal. They leave from the northwest corner of the roundabout.

Contact us in advance to pick you up in Pak Chong on time.

Tel. +66 (0)93 574 9801




Duration: It varies greatly. Bring a book and/or a pillow!

This is a great option if you have plenty of time. These old, former British railcars clickety-clack along at their own pace. Depending on which train you book, Express, Rapid or Ordinary, it will take, more or less, a few hours to get to Pak Chong. Regardless, you are sure to be in for a treat.

Hua Lamphong train station in Bangkok is the main jump on point. It's very easy to find the correct ticket counter inside the station for Pak Chong. There is plenty of help available. There is easy access in Bangkok to the station by taxi or the MRT subway. Look for the wonderful display of the history of the train station along the inside corridor of the MRT Hua Lamphong stop.

Here is a helpful link from the State Rail of Thailand that shows the train numbers to and from Pak Chong. Google Maps looks good too, from which to see the train numbers.

Contact us in advance to pick you up at the train station in Pak Chong on time.

Tel. +66 (0)93 574 9801


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