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The most comfortable and fastest way from Mukdahan (3AC) to Bangkok (DMK) is to take a 1 hour and 25-minute taxi or coach ride from Mukdahan to Nakhon Phanom (KOP) first, then catch a 1 hour and 10-minute flight from there to Bangkok. The entire journey will take around 2 hours and 40 minutes (excluding waiting times) and cover a distance of 646km. Bangkok and Mukdahan share the same time zone and the GMT for both is +7.
Mukdahan is the capital of Mukdahan Province, which achieved its status in 1982 (it was previously a part of Nakhon Phanom Province). It has a small population of only 180,600 (based on 2010 data) and encompasses an area of 4,339 square kilometres. Some of the more noteworthy places of interest here include the Indochina Market, Phu Pha Thoep National Park, and Phu Manorom Temple.
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).
Thailand’s capital city is known for its many historical sites, exotic dishes and entertainment districts. The metropolis is home to a population of approximately 10 million and represents a blend between the past and present. It is a result of the merger between the Thonburi and Phra Nakhon Provinces in 1972. Today, it is one of the world’s most visited tourist destinations, with places such as The Grand Palace and Damnoen Saduak floating market constantly attracting crowds.
The currency code for the 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.