escee.com TRAVEL - Arrival in Bangkok - 1/15 The next day, we flew to Bangkok on AirAsia, a very above average budget airline. One thing that I just absolutely loved about flying into Bangkok was that both of its airports were accessible by rail. Don Mueang, the smaller and older of the two (which primarily serves AirAsia) was on the state mainline rail system (via a pedestrian overpass to the station across the street), which meant less frequent trains, but we lucked out and arrived just in time for a Bangkok-bound train. The major advantage is that you avoid having to call a taxi, which is expensive and sometimes stressful (if the driver tries to rip you off, which is common in developing countries). The cost of our train journey? 5 Baht (about $0.15) Copyright © 2006-2019 RTR/escee.com. All rights reserved. Neither photos nor content may be reproduced without express written consent from copyright holder.