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What is the fastest way to go to Chulabhorn Hospital?

 

By BTS: Kasetart University and then taxi or

By MRT: Phahon Yothin and then taxi

 

Can you get onto the Donmueang high way from here?

 

Many thanks

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Train to Laksi ?

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39 minutes ago, Puchaiyank said:

Call an ambulance!

and how does one do this??

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2 minutes ago, essox essox said:

and how does one do this??

Dial 1669 or 1646 in Bangkok.

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Taxi from Phahon Yothin or KU....PH is better.

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It is indeed closest by to Laksi train station, its all near ready above there for redline (sky)trains to start running from end of this yr. There is however no really good connection between BTS and Red, better from MRT (Bang Sue grand new central station). But for now thats not quick to wait that long. The local SRT trains are few and far between, always late, but cheap. In fact its quite close to The Gvomt centre, so lamented so many times by about any TV.

In fact it does not really matter that much and also depends on time of day and your skills in getting a taximeter on the meter, or if that even is a mystery to you, explaining where to go.

Its longer from Phahon, its even better from Ch-chak, due to roads layout at Ha Yaek Lard prao, but its a mostly quite fast ride, even more via Tollway (pay more), with also loads of buses: 29,510

From Kasert-the point is that taxi need to make a very long detour to get over the U-turn once railtracks passed, this offsetting the as such shorter ride. Its likely even better to get off the last stop before Kasert, you can then turn left into NgamWong Wan rd.

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7 hours ago, asanee said:

It is indeed closest by to Laksi train station, its all near ready above there for redline (sky)trains to start running from end of this yr. There is however no really good connection between BTS and Red, better from MRT (Bang Sue grand new central station). But for now thats not quick to wait that long. The local SRT trains are few and far between, always late, but cheap. In fact its quite close to The Gvomt centre, so lamented so many times by about any TV.

In fact it does not really matter that much and also depends on time of day and your skills in getting a taximeter on the meter, or if that even is a mystery to you, explaining where to go.

Its longer from Phahon, its even better from Ch-chak, due to roads layout at Ha Yaek Lard prao, but its a mostly quite fast ride, even more via Tollway (pay more), with also loads of buses: 29,510

From Kasert-the point is that taxi need to make a very long detour to get over the U-turn once railtracks passed, this offsetting the as such shorter ride. Its likely even better to get off the last stop before Kasert, you can then turn left into NgamWong Wan rd.

This is very helpful.

 

Thank you so much for that 🙂

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On 2/27/2020 at 8:32 AM, saengd said:

From where?

 

Hualumpong, Samsen, Bangsue ....

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On 2/27/2020 at 11:58 AM, Puchaiyank said:

Call an ambulance!

Agreed! Ambulance with the lights and sirens at full blast.

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