Anantara Cruises usually departs from Anantara Riverside Bangkok Resort or our pier near Saphan Taksin. The Anantara team is happy to assist you with transfer arrangements from the airport or your local hotel. For a choice of travel options please see below.
Located on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River, Anantara Riverside Bangkok Resort is approximately 1 hour from Suvarnabhumi International Airport and approximately 45 minutes from Don Muang Airport.
We provide limousine services which include a fleet of hybrid vehicles from both the airports.
Our Airport Representative at Suvarnabhumi Airport will be there to greet guests at Arrival Gate 5.
For arrivals at Don Muang Airport, if a limousine transfer has been arranged, please proceed to the Arrivals exit where our car will be waiting.
Airport taxi and limousine services range from THB 500 to THB 1,500 per way. Please be informed that these prices may be subject to additional airport and highway toll charges. Our Airport Representative is able to assist with this arrangement.
The Airport Rail Link – City Line connects Suvarnabhumi Airport to Phayathai Station (with stops at various stations), operating from 6.00 am until 12 midnight every 20 minutes. A ticket is THB 45 net per person.
At Phayathai Station, change lines to the BTS Skytrain heading to Bang Wa with a change at Siam station, and get off the train at Saphan Taksin station. The travel price is approximately THB 45 net per person.
From Saphan Taksin, walk towards the central pier (also known as Sathorn Pier) to catch our complimentary shuttle boat service to Anantara Riverside Bangkok Resort. Our shuttle boat service operates every 20 minutes.
If you choose this option, please inform us in advance so that we are aware of your mode of travel.
Anantara's complimentary shuttle boat service offers a delightful 15-minute cruise along the Chao Phraya River between Saphan Taksin and Anantara Riverside Bangkok Resort. The shuttle boat operates daily at 20-minute intervals to and from Saphan Taksin (Sathorn Pier).