Bangkok Mochit New Van Terminal - Minibus Station Chatuchak

Victory Monument in Bangkok once was the main hub for all van routes connecting Thai capital with Thailand regions. However, vans were moved to the premises of 3 Bangkok’s bus stations: Mo Chit, Ekkamai and Sai Tai Mai.

The biggest part of van routes ended up at Bangkok Northern (Mo Chit) Bus Terminal also known as Chatuchak Bus Terminal. A separate van station called Mochit New Van Terminal or Minibus Station Chatuchak was opened here for the convenience of passengers.

Bangkok Mochit Van Terminal

Location of New Mochit Van Terminal

Mochit New Van Terminal is located on the opposite side of Kamphaeng Phet 2 Road. If you want to reach the van station from the main Mo Chit Bus Terminal, you just need to cross the main road by the overcrossing. You don’t need to dive into the labyrinth of shops surrounding the main bus terminal building and that’s a good thing as you can easily get lost there!

The Terminal

Mochit New Van Terminal consists of 5 main buildings:

  • Information (central building)
  • Passenger Terminal Building A (Northern & Northeastern regions)
  • Passenger Terminal Building B (Central region)
  • Passenger Terminal Building C (Eastern region)
  • Passenger Terminal Building D (Southern region)

Bangkok Mochit Van Terminal

There’s also a food center and convenience store at the terminal. 7-eleven convenience store can be found on the right end of Mochit New Van Terminal.

At air-conditioned passenger terminal buildings you will find ticket counters of all companies going to the dedicated region and seated waiting area.

Bangkok Mochit Van Terminal

Van tickets can be bought at the terminal building of your desired destination only so check the list of the routes before heading to one. You can find a map of the routes at the station or just contact staff at the information building to make sure where you can find the exact van route.

Van Routes

Van Routes from Bangkok to Northern, Northeastern Thailand

Van routes from Bangkok to Northern Thailand and Northeastern Thailand can be found at the Passenger Terminal Building A of Mochit New Van Terminal.

Bangkok Mochit Van Terminal

The current list of van routes is as follows:

  • Bangkok – Nakhon Ratchasima, Line 21
  • Bangkok – Pak Chong, Line 21
  • Bangkok – Pak Thong Chai, Line 21
  • Bangkok – Nong Bun Mak, Line 31
  • Bangkok – Chokchai, Line 31
  • Bangkok – Ong Ka Rak – Pah Thong Chai, Line 921
  • Bangkok – Chakkarat, Line 936
  • Bangkok – Nakhon Sawan, Line 95 (several companies)
  • Bangkok – Lad Yao, Line 95
  • Bangkok – Kao Liao, Line 95
  • Bangkok – Bangphotpisai, Line 95
  • Bangkok – Ban Salok Bath, Line 94
  • Bangkok – Kam Phang Phet, Line 94
  • Bangkok – Chum Saeng, Line 959
  • Bangkok – Taa Ta Ko, Line 959
  • Bangkok – Takfa, Line 959
  • Bangkok – Nong Bua, Line 959
  • Bangkok – Cham Saeng – Bang Mun Nak, Line 959
  • Bangkok – Bang Dong Klui, Line 959
  • Bangkok – Pisali, Line 959
  • Bangkok – Tap Khlo, Line 959
  • Bangkok – Takli, Line 918
  • Bangkok – Thep Sathit, Line 9903
  • Bangkok – Chum Ta Bong, Line 9
  • Bangkok – Pho Ta Lae, Line 911
  • Bangkok – Bamnetnarong, Line 28
  • Bangkok – Dan Khun Thot, Line 28
  • Bangkok – Sikhio, Line 28
  • Bangkok – Ban Phet, Line 28

Van Routes from Bangkok to Central Thailand

Van routes from Bangkok to Central Thailand can be found at the Passenger Terminal Building B of Mochit New Van Terminal.

Bangkok Mochit Van Terminal

The current list of van routes includes famous touristy destinations like Ayutthaya, Lopburi and is as follows:

  • Bangkok – Ayutthaya, Line 901 (several companies)
  • Bangkok – Rojana Industrial Park, Line 901
  • Bangkok – Bang Pa Inn – Ayutthaya, Line 17
  • Bangkok – Lopburi, Line 12
  • Bangkok – Ban Bergi - Lopburi, Line 12
  • Bangkok – Chong Maharaj - Lopburi, Line 12
  • Bangkok – Buddha’s footprint, Line 12
  • Bangkok – Ang Thong – Tha Chang, Line 954
  • Bangkok – Ang Thong, Line 902
  • Bangkok – Ang Thong, Line 15
  • Bangkok – Ang Thong – Suphan Buri, Line 951
  • Bangkok – Uthai Thani, Line 10
  • Bangkok – Uthai Thani, Line 903
  • Bangkok – Sing Buri, Line 11
  • Bangkok – Sing Buri, Line 905
  • Bangkok – In Buri, Line 906
  • Bangkok – Sankhaburi – Chai Nat, Line 8
  • Bangkok – Chulachomklao Royal Military Academy, Line 967
  • Bangkok – Khun Dan Prakan Chon Dam, Line 967
  • Bangkok – Nang Rong Waterfall, Line 967
  • Bangkok – Hanka, Line 908
  • Bangkok – Ban Mi, Line 919
  • Bangkok – Phak Hai, Line 960
  • Bangkok – Wang Muang, Line 14
  • Bangkok – Muak Lek, Line 21
  • Bangkok – Kaengkhoi, Line 21
  • Bangkok – Port, Line 902
  • Bangkok – Ban Mi – Nong Muang, Line 919
  • Bangkok – Watsing, Line 19
  • Bangkok – Nern Kham, Line 908
  • Bangkok – Nakhon Nayok, Line 58
  • Bangkok – Ong Karak - Nakhon Nayok, Line 58
  • Bangkok – Ban Na, Line 58
  • Bangkok – Bang Pahan, Line 905
  • Bangkok – Saraburi, Line 904
  • Bangkok – Wichianburi, Line 14
  • Bangkok – Tha Luang – Ram Narai, Line 14
  • Bangkok – Bang Pa Inn – Bang Sai, Line 16
  • Bangkok – Ban Mi – Nong Muang, Line 919

Van Routes from Bangkok to Eastern Thailand

Van routes from Bangkok to Eastern Thailand can be found at the Passenger Terminal Building C of Mochit New Van Terminal.

Bangkok Mochit Van Terminal

The current list of van routes includes famous touristy destinations like Pattaya, Rayong (for Koh Samet), Trat (for Koh Chang), Aranyaprathet (for Cambodia) and is as follows:

  • Bangkok – Sriracha - Pattaya, Line 9905 (several companies)
  • Bangkok – Motorway - Pattaya, Line 9905
  • Bangkok – Chonburi - Pattaya, Line 9905
  • Bangkok – Sahaphat Group Industrial Park, Line 9905
  • Bangkok – Pattaya City, Line 48
  • Bangkok – Buraphavithi - Pattaya, Line 48
  • Bangkok – Buraphaviti - Chonburi, Line 48
  • Bangkok – Chonburi, Line 9904
  • Bangkok – Motorway - Chonburi, Line 9904
  • Bangkok – Chonburi, Line 38
  • Bangkok – Sriracha, Line 37
  • Bangkok – Rayong, Line 57
  • Bangkok – Rayong, Line 9906
  • Bangkok – Ban Chang - Rayong, Line 9906
  • Bangkok – Motorway - Rayong, Line 9906
  • Bangkok – Rayong, Line 35
  • Bangkok – Ban Map Ta Phut - Rayong, Line 35
  • Bangkok – Separate Mapkha - Rayong, Line 35
  • Bangkok – Chanta Buri, Line 9907
  • Bangkok – Klang - Chantaburi, Line 9907
  • Bangkok – Laem Chabang, Line 9909
  • Bangkok – Aow Udom Bay, Line 9909
  • Bangkok – Nikompattana, Line 35
  • Bangkok – Prachin Buri - Prachantakham, Line 921
  • Bangkok – Pluakdaeng, Line 35
  • Bangkok – Siam Eastern Industrial Park, Line 35
  • Bangkok – Buraphavithi – Burapha U., Line 49
  • Bangkok – Chachoengsao, Line 907
  • Bangkok – Chachoengsao, Line 54
  • Bangkok – Ban Map Ta Phut, Line 9906 (several companies)
  • Bangkok – Trat, Line 9908
  • Bangkok – Bang Khra, Line 9910
  • Bangkok – Ban Bueng, Line 51
  • Bangkok – Ban Khai – Ban Laem Mae Phim, Line 915
  • Bangkok – Panomsarakham – Bang Khlong Rng, Line 9916
  • Bangkok – Sattahip, Line 36
  • Bangkok – Panomsarakham, Line 56
  • Bangkok – Aranyaprathet, Line 60
  • Bangkok – Ong Karak - Aranyaprathet, Line 921
  • Bangkok – Ong Karak - Kabin, Line 921
  • Bangkok – Ong Karak – Rong Klur Market, Line 921
  • Bangkok – Ong Karak - Prachinburi, Line 920
  • Bangkok – Prachin Buri, Line 59
  • Bangkok – Prachin Buri, Line 9920
  • Bangkok – Soidow, Line 9907

Van Routes from Bangkok to Southern Thailand

Van routes from Bangkok to Southern Thailand can be found at the Passenger Terminal Building D of Mochit New Van Terminal.

Bangkok Mochit Van Terminal

The current list of van routes includes famous touristy destinations like Kanchanaburi, Hua HinCha-AmNakhon Pathom, Samut Songkhram (for Maeklong Railway Market and Amphawa Floating Market) and is as follows:

  • Bangkok – Kanchanaburi, Line 9918
  • Bangkok – Kanchanaburi, Line 81
  • Bangkok – Buddhamonthol - Kanchanaburi, Line 81
  • Bangkok – Buddhamonthol – Kanchanaburi - Ladya, Line 81
  • Bangkok – Hua Hin, Line 978
  • Bangkok – Cha Am, Line 971
  • Bangkok – Silpakorn U. (Cha Am), Line 985
  • Bangkok – Prachuap Khiri Khan, Line 979
  • Bangkok – Nakhon Pathom, Line 83
  • Bangkok – Nakhon Pathom, Line 997
  • Bangkok – Nongprue, Line 9918
  • Bangkok – Buddhamonthol - Ratchaburi, Line 76
  • Bangkok – Ratchaburi, Line 76
  • Bangkok – Kui Buri, Line 979
  • Bangkok – Pranburi, Line 985
  • Bangkok – Chom Bueng, Line 9915
  • Bangkok – Phetchaburi, Line 977
  • Bangkok – Dum Nern Saduak, Line 996
  • Bangkok – Bangkhonthi - Dum Nern Saduak, Line 996
  • Bangkok – Bangbuathong - Uthong, Line 974
  • Bangkok – Bangbuathong – Tha Chang, Line 975
  • Bangkok – Lao Khwan, Line 994
  • Bangkok – Bang Bua Thong – Suphan Buri, Line 974
  • Bangkok – Samut Songkhram, Line 972
  • Bangkok – Buddhamonthol – Ban Phong, Line 82
  • Bangkok – Pak Tho, Line 977
  • Bangkok – Bang Len, Line 966
  • Bangkok – Bangbuathong - Suphanburi, Line 974

How to get there

By MRT

The easiest way to go from Central Bangkok to Mochit New Van Terminal is by taking MRT Metro to Kamphaeng Phet Station (Exit 1). From there you can take a public bus (No. 9, 138, 145, 509), motorbike, taxi or walk for about 2 km.

By BTS

Take BTS SkyTrain to Mo Chit Station. From there you can take a public bus (No. 96, 138), motorbike, taxi or walk for about 2.3 km.

By Bus

Take Public Bus No. 3, 5, 9, 16, 77, 96, 104, 122, 136, 138, 145, 170, 509, 517, 529, 536, 547 or A1 going directly from Don Mueang Airport, drop off at Mo Chit Bus Terminal bus stop and cross the main road.

Tickets

Van tickets can be purchased at the terminal or can be booked in advance by using this form:

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Where to Stay in Bangkok?

What is the best area to stay in Bangkok if you are planning to take a minivan from Mochit New Van Terminal early in the morning? The answer can be found here: Where to Stay in Bangkok - Guide to Bangkok Best Areas.

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