4 ways of transportation to attend MotoGP at Buriram, Thailand
* By car
From Bangkok, take the Route 1 (Phahonyothin Road). When arrice at Saburi, turn right to take on Route 2 (Mittraphap Road). Then merge on to Route 224 and continue on Route 24 (Chokechai-DechUdom) which will pass through Nong Ki District and Nang Rong District. Take the left exit to merge onto Route 218 to Buriram City. It will take roughly 6 hours to travel, with the distance of 410 kilometers.
* Public Transportation
There are bus and air conditioned bus available from Transport Co.Ltd., and private companies from Bangkok to Buriram at Mochit 2 Bus Terminal, departing daily at various time. Mostly take 6 hours to travel.
For more information:
Transport Company Limited Tel.1490 and www.transport.co.th
Ratchasima Business Company Tel. 0 2271 2390
Online booking available at www.thaiticketmajor.com
Online booking also available here www.thairoute.com
* By train
There are 2 ways of ravelling to watch MotoGP at Buriram by train between Bangkok – Ubonratchathani and Nakhonratchasima – Ubonratchathani. All trains of these routes will stop by Buriram Station.
Diesel rail will take a lot less time compare to travel by car.
For more information please contact State Railway of Thailand Tel.1690 and www.railway.co.th
* By plane
There are 2 airlines with direct flight from Bangkok to Buriram, departing from Donmueang Airport
1. Nok Air, 2 flights daily. Booking available at www.nokair.com
2. Air Asia, 1 flight daily. Booking available at www.airasia.com
*Transportation by Grab
If you arrive at Buriram with no vehicles to go to Chang International Circuit, we would like to advice you to go by Grab. Cars and motorbikes are available through Grab application which can be downloaded from App Store (IOS) and Google Play (Android).
Grab service point at Chang International Circuit is located at entrance 1.