Maps & Directions

Address

126 Pracha Uthit Rd, Khwaeng Bang Mot, Khet Thung Khru, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10140

 

How to get to KMUTT

By Car

– From Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK Airport)

      From the BKK parking building complex, head west on Suvannabhumni II road, make a u-turn and take a ramp toward Bangkok/Chon Buri. Follow a sign for Motorway route no.7. Merge onto route no.7 and continue driving straight along the motorway. Follow signs for Bang Pa-in/Rama IX. Then, you will merge onto Srirat Expressway. Continue on the road and keep following signs for Dao Kanong. Take exit 1-04 toward Suksawat Road. Slight left onto Route 303 (Suksawat Road). One good notice is that you will be crossing the King Rama IX bridge right before you take the exit 1-04. After the exit, use the right two lanes and make the first u-turn. Turn left onto Pracha Uthit Road. Continue on Pracha Uthit Road for 5 kilometers. KMUTT will be on your right. Approximate travel duration is about 40-45 mins.

– From Don Muang Airport (DMK Airport)

      Head south on Vibhavadi Road towards Din Daeng. Merge onto Route 31. Take the exit toward Din Daeng/Rama IX Tollway. Then, you will merge onto the Utra-pimook. Keep following signs for Dao Khanong. Take exit 1-04 toward Suksawat Road. Slight left onto Route 303 (Suksawat Road). One good notice is that you will be crossing the King Rama IX bridge right before you take the exit 1-04. After the exit, use the right two lanes and make the first u-turn. Turn left onto Pracha Uthit Road. Continue on Pracha Uthit Road for 5 kilometers. KMUTT will be on your right. Depends on traffics, this route could take ranging from 40 mins to 1:30 hours.

– From downtown Bangkok

      From the Victory Monument, head southeast towards Ratchawithi Road. Exit the roundabout onto Route 1. Turn left toward Sirat Expressway. Follow signs for Dao Khanong. Take exit 1-04 toward Suksawat Road. Slight left onto Route 303 (Suksawat Road). One good notice is that you will be crossing the King Rama IX bridge right before you take the exit 1-04. After the exit, use the right two lanes and make the first u-turn. Turn left onto Pracha Uthit Road. Continue on Pracha Uthit Road for 5 kilometers. KMUTT will be on your right. Depends on traffics, this route could take ranging from 20 mins to 1 hour.

By Bus

      You can take buses no. 138, 140 and 142 from Bangkok downtown. These buses take the Sirat Expressway both inbound and outbound. You will get off at the Sarod Temple (Wad Sarod). Then, take an option of air-conditioned buses (either no.21 or no.75) to KMUTT. The journey can take up to 1:30 hours

By Skytrain (BTS Train) and Bus

      Take the BTS skytrain to Wong-wien Yai station. Take at Exit 4. Continue walking along the intersection and turn left onto Somdet Phra Chao Taksin Road. Take bus either no. 21 or 75 to KMUTT.

 

Parking

      For lecturers and selected attendees who are bringing their own car and want to park near the venue of SEA COAST, please inform the local organizer (Leela Ruckthong) to arrange a parking permit at least 2 weeks before the beginning of the workshop. Otherwise, there are plenty of spots in the 14-Floor parking building with a reasonable price. Parking lots with free of charge are also available all over the campus but they are usually filled up pretty quickly in the morning.

 

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