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There is no direct flight from Kalasin (3AD) to Bangkok (DMK), so you’ll have to take a 1-hour and 10-minute bus ride from Kalasin to Khon Kaen Airport (KKC) first, then catch a 1-hour flight from there to Don Mueang International Airport (DMK). The journey covers approximately 418 km and a total time of 2 hours and 10 minutes, excluding waiting time. Bangkok and Kalasin share the same time zone which is GMT +7.
Kalasin lies in upper northeastern Thailand (also known as Isan) together with 19 other provinces. Most of the province is comprised of hilly landscapes, and the town of Kalasin sits at an elevation of 152 m. What makes this destination unique is the dinosaur fossils located in the province; archaeologists have excavated entire fossils here and there is a Sirindhorn Dinosaur Museum which contains a wealth of knowledge about these great animals. Other attractions include the Lam Pao Dam, which has a small beach area perfect for picnics.
Don Mueang International Airport is one of the world’s oldest; it has been operating since the 1920s in the Sanambin sub-district. After being closed and reopened after renovations, it currently hosts low-cost and domestic airlines. Between the two airports, Suvarnabhumi is newer, having started operations in 2006. Covering an area of approximately 8,000 hectares in the Bang Phli area of Samut Prakan, it is one of Southeast Asia’s largest international airports and also a regional aviation hub. In terms of distance, Don Mueang International Airport is closer to the city centre at 26 km (compared to Suvarnabhumi, which is around 30 km).
As the capital city of Thailand, Bangkok is a haven for foodies, party lovers, and shopaholics thanks to food stall-populated streets like Khao San Road, nightlife spots such as Thonglor, and shopping malls such as IconSiam. Getting around is fairly easy: you can either use e-hailing services or travel around like a local by using the Skytrain and underground MRT. You can also explore the Riverside (which looks dazzling at night) on a or river taxi long-tail speedboat.
The currency code for Thai baht is THB with the symbol ฿. Banknotes come in denominations of ฿20, ฿50, ฿100, ฿500, and ฿1,000, whereas the coins are available in ฿1, ฿2, ฿5, and ฿10. No currency exchange is needed.