How To Travel To Buriram By Bus





Traveling to the city of Buriram by bus is fairly easy. Most major cities have buses leaving for Buriram, although not all cities have direct lines. This is generally dependent on the city’s proximity to Buriram. The further your starting point, the greater the possibility of transferring buses.


Buses from Bangkok, Pattaya, Nakhon Ratchasima (Khorat), Khon Kaen, Roi Et, Surin, Chiang Mai, Rayon, Chanthaburi, Sa Kaeo and Ubon Ratchathani run regularly to Buriram.


Should your destination be one of the smaller cities in Buriram province, you may have to initially travel to Buriram City, then transfer. Please note, often buses to smaller cities in the province stop fairly early (i.e. 6 pm). It is recommended to take this into consideration when traveling and make the necessary arrangements prior, should you have the option.




Bangkok’s Northern terminal (Mochit) has several air con and ordinary (fan) buses that leave regularly. Some into the night. The average bus ride is between 5.5 and 6 hours. Costs vary depending on carrier and type of bus. Nakhonchai Air has a terminal inside Bangkok’s Northern terminal (Mochit) and an independent terminal within close proximity to Mochit.


Northern Bus Terminal

Mo Chit Station
Kamphaengphet 2 Road.
Northeastern Buses: +66 2 936 0667

By BTS skytrain: take the BTS skytrain to Mo Chit Station (transit stop). From there, hire a motorcycle taxi, tuk tuk or taxi to reach the bus terminal.




Nakhonchai Air is a private bus company that services the Kingdom of Thailand with terminals in most major cities. Ticket reservations are available up to 24 hours in advance via phone and the web. Once reserved, the ticket may be purchased at any 7-Eleven in Thailand. You will need a confirmation code to do so. This will be given to you at the time of booking. Tickets may also be purchased at the terminal, based on availability. More information, in Thai language here.




The Buriram bus station is behind Bulamduan Road between Tanee Road and Jira Road. The road leading to the bus station is on the east side of Bulamduan Road and difficult to miss.