Travel from Bangkok to Yangon

Flights from Bangkok to Yangon

Myanma Airways, Thai Airways International and three other airlines fly from Bangkok to Yangon every 2 hours.

How to get from Bangkok to Yangon

ModeDurationPrice
From Phaya Thai train to Bangkok airport, fly to Yangon airport, then taxi to Yangon.3 h 43 min$106
From Khao San Road bus to Bangkok Don Muang airport, fly to Yangon airport, then taxi to Yangon.4 h 23 min$74
From Democracy Monument bus to Don Mueang Airport, bus to Rangsit, bus to Mae Sot, drive to Hpa-An, bus to Yangon, then taxi to Yangon.18 h 25 min
From Thonburi Station train to Nam Tok, drive to Dawei, bus to Yangon Aung Mingalar, then taxi to Yangon.23 h 59 min$72
From Bangkok Tara Travel bus to Kanchanaburi, bus to Three Pagodas Pass, taxi to Ye, train to Mawlamyine, then train to Yangon Central.29 h 12 min$199
From Democracy Monument line 511 bus to Bangkok Southern Bus Terminal, Minivan to Kanchanaburi, bus to Three Pagodas Pass, taxi to Ye, train to Mawlamyine, then train to Yangon Central.30 h 28 min$197
From Thonburi Station train to Nam Tok, drive to Dawei, train to Mawlamyine, then train to Yangon Central.35 h 10 min$54
From Bangkok drive to Yangon.12 h 47 min$99

How long does it take to get from Bangkok to Yangon?

It takes approximately 3 hours 43 minutes to get from Bangkok to Yangon, including transfers.

Operators from Bangkok to Yangon

OperatorPhoneWebsite
Airport Rail LinkAirport Rail Link
Myanma AirwaysMyanma Airways
Thai Airways InternationalThai Airways International
Myanmar Airways InternationalMyanmar Airways International
Thai SmileThai Smile
Bangkok AirwaysBangkok Airways
Airport LimoBus ExpressAirport LimoBus Express
Thai AirAsiaThai AirAsia
Nok AirNok Air
Thai Lion MentariThai Lion Mentari
Bangkok Mass Transit AuthorityBangkok Mass Transit Authority
Phetprasert Tour056 720 720Phetprasert Tour
Myanmar BusesMyanmar Buses
State Railway of ThailandState Railway of Thailand
Mandalar Min ExpressMandalar Min Express
Tara Tour and TravelTara Tour and Travel
The Transport CompanyThe Transport Company
Myanmar RailwaysMyanmar Railways
Win HappyWin Happy