How to get here
The Bangkok Mass Transit System (BTS)
The Bangkok Mass Transit System, or BTS (also called the Skytrain), is an elevated rapid transit system in Bangkok, Thailand.
The Siam Station and National Stadium Station are relatively close to the university. Once you arrive at the station, there are university shuttle buses that will take you to the campus.
BTS map click here
Metropolitan Rapid Transit (MRT)
The Metropolitan Rapid Transit, or MRT, is a rapid transit system serving the Bangkok Metropolitan Area in Thailand.
The Sam Yan Station is right next to the university. Just leave through Exit 2 below Chamchuri Square, which is one of the university buildings where you can begin your visit. From here, you can walk, board a bus or hire a taxi to go to a specific building or facility on the university campus.
MRT map click here
Airport link (From Suvarnabhumi Airport)
The Airport Rail Link from the lower level of the Suvarnabhumi International Airport to Phayathai Station which interchanges with BTS Sky train.
Airport Rail link map click here
Bangkok Mass Transit Authority (BMTA)
The Bangkok Mass Transit Authority, also known as BMTA, is the main operator of public transit buses within Bangkok area. It is the largest city bus system in Thailand. The BMTA offers bus routes throughout the city and its suburban provinces.
There are a number of public buses that stop at the university on four roads surrounding the campus.
BMTA map click here
Rama I Road
Bus Numbers 11, 25, 54, 73, 79 and 204
Rama IV Road
Bus Numbers: 21, 34, 40, 47, 50, 67, 93 and 141
Bus Numbers 29, 36, 36, 501 and 542
Henry Dunant Road
Bus Numbers 16, 21 and 141