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 MCC Certification Camp ::  Location Bangkok, Thailand.
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Royal President Bangkok Royal President logo
43 Sukhumvit Soi 15,

Bangkok 10110, Thailand
Tel: +66 (0)2 253 9451
 Fax: +66 (0)2 253 8959

enquiry@royalpresident.com
www.royalpresident.com

A perfect blend of contemporary living and old-world charm greets every guest at the Royal President Bangkok, where the warm ambience of our serviced apartments provides a haven of tranquility that belies our location at the heart of the bustling city streets of Sukhumvit, Bangkok.

Located within easy access to business districts, shopping and entertainment venues, the Queen Sirikit National Convention Center, as well as adjacent to Bangkok's clean, safe, and swift skytrain, with Nana BTS Skytrain and Asok BTS Skytrain stations being equidistant (a short 10 minute walk) from the property, Royal President Bangkok is unrivaled when it comes to making your stay in Bangkok both memorable and stress-free.

Experience the ultimate in lifestyle and convenience during you trip to one of Asia's most vibrant cities with a stay at Royal President Bangkok.

 

Directions to Royal President         Download 3D map

FROM SUVARNABHUMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

By Hotel Limousine
Place an advanced booking with the hotel for THB 1,200 per way for a car or THB 1,600 per way for a van (Click here for more details). To make a reservation email us at reservations@royalpresident.com or call +66 (0)2 253 9451.

By Taxi (Most Preferred way to travel)
Proceed to the taxi counter, level 2 at the Arrivals Hall near entrances 3, 4, 7 & 8.
Taxi Fare: Airport surcharge of THB 50 plus amount on meter and expressway fees

Inexpensive metered taxis are by far the easiest, most popular and convenient option for getting into Bangkok, costing about US$10 per journey, and these can be caught outside the main exits of the terminal on the ground floor.

By Airport Express
Air-conditioned bus service which operates from 5.00am to 12.00midnight. Contact the Airport Express Counter at Level 1 near entrance 7. Take route AE3 Suvarnabhumi-Sukhumvit-Wireless. Fare is THB 150 per trip. Descend on Sukhumvit Soi 10 (Bangkok Bank), head towards Nana BTS skytrain station, ascend the escalator and cross over to the other side. Keep straight and take first left onto Sukhumvit Soi 11, the hotel is 400 meters along on your right hand side.

By Car
Head west towards 31, take the exit onto Bangkok-Chon Buri Newline
Continue onto Si Rat Expressway Suburban Network
Take the Dao Khanong/Bang Na exit
Keep left and take the Sukhumvit exit
Keep left and follow Phloenchit North
At the intersection turn left onto Asok/Sukhumvit Road
Head along Sukhumvit Road (odd numbers are on the left) and Sukhumvit Soi 15 will be the 8th road on your left
 


After Arriving to SUVARNABHUMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT :

Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi International Airport is the main entry point for most visitors to Thailand, and the second largest terminal building in the world. The new and very spacious passenger terminal handles all domestic and international flights to Bangkok, with connections to all airports in Thailand, and most major regional and global destinations.

 Bangkok International Airport has one very large passenger terminal, with seven levels and seven concourses. Level 1 houses the bus lobby; Level 2 is the Arrivals area, with Immigration and Customs, Baggage Claim and transfer services; Level 3 contains most passenger facilities and amenities; Level 4 houses the Departures areas; Level 5 is occupied by airport and airlines business offices; Level 6 has restaurants; and Level 7 boasts an observation deck. The seven concourses are labeled A through G, with A and B servicing domestic flights, and C through G handling all international services.

 Food and beverage outlets abound and you’ll find restaurants offering fast-food and Thai specialties as well as bars that are open round-the-clock. There is a Thai food court located on the mezzanine level between the Departures and arrivals floors. Duty-free shopping options are plentiful, as are shops specializing in Thai products and handicrafts, and others offering clothing, gift items, jewellery, books and other reading material.

 On arrival at Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport, nationals of most countries will be issued a 30-day tourist visa. Baggage Claim is located on the same level, immediately after the immigration point. The Customs area is situated just beyond the baggage carousels, and only spot checks are conducted.

After leaving Customs, you will enter the Arrivals Hall and will likely be overwhelmed by the barrage of transport representatives and freelancers offering you special deals on transportation to Bangkok or other destinations. It’s a good idea to ignore them and
Proceed to the taxi counter, level 2 at the Arrivals Hall near entrances 3, 4, 7 & 8.
Taxi Fare: Airport surcharge of THB 50 plus amount on meter and expressway fees

Metered air-con taxis are available around-the-clock. Flag fall is THB35 (for the first 2kms) and the fare climbs in THB2 increments. Tipping is not required but rounding up is common. For trips to/from the airport, expressway toll fees will be borne by the passenger.

Word of caution: Check with the driver that he intends on using the meter before getting in, and ensure that he turns it once you are in.