KMUTT Bangmod Campus

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KMUTT campuses provide environments that foster world-class education and research opportunities.

KMUTT Bangmod Campus

This 52 acre campus is located on the west side of Bangkok, embraced with Bangkok Metropolitan Park and Youth Center.  It is the main campus of KMUTT. It houses Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Science, Faculty of Industrial Education and Technology, School of Energy, Environment and Materials, School of Information Technology, School of Liberal Arts, the Joint Graduate School of Energy and Environment, Graduate School of Management and Innovation, Institute of Field Robotics, Institute for Scientific and Technological Research and Services, Computer Center and KMUTT Library.

Not more than 45 minutes from Suvarnabhumi Airport, you will reach to KMUTT which is located in ‘Thonburi’, the name of former capital of Thailand. Half a century ago, this area was full with orange orchard and it was remote and underdeveloped. However, as KMUTT yearly enrolments increased rapidly, the area soon became a new satellite city with ever-increasing shop-houses, apartment buildings, restaurants, cinema houses, department stores and places of entertainment. In addition, in just 25 minutes, you can reach downtown of Bangkok: Sathon, Silom, Siam, Sukhumvit by many means of comfortable.

Location

Not more than 45 minutes from Suvarnabhumi Airport, you will reach to KMUTT which is located in ‘Thonburi’, the name of former capital of Thailand. Half a century ago, this area was full with orange orchard and it was remote and underdeveloped. However, as KMUTT yearly enrolments increased rapidly, the area soon became a new satellite city with ever-increasing shop-houses, apartment buildings, restaurants, cinema houses, department stores and places of entertainment. In addition, in just 25 minutes, you can reach downtown of Bangkok: Sathon, Silom, Siam, Sukhumvit by many means of comfortable.

Contact Us

Public Relations Division (PR)
King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT)

The 4th floor, the Office of the President Building
126 Pracha Uthit Rd., Bang Mod, Thung Khru, Bangkok 10140, Thailand

Phone: +66 2470 8000, +66 2427 0039
Fax: +66 2427 8412
Email: info@kmutt.ac.th
Website: www.kmutt.ac.th/pr

International Affiars (IA)
King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT)

The 6th floor, the Office of the President Building
126 Pracha Uthit Rd., Bang Mod, Thung Khru, Bangkok 10140, Thailand

Phone: +66 2470 8359, +66 2470 8342, +66 2470 8344
Fax: +66 2470 8346
Email: int.off@kmutt.ac.th
Website: www.inter.kmutt.ac.th

Map & Directions

 

How to get here

By Car 

From Suvarnabhumi Airport

  1. Use Motorway No. 7. Head inbound for Srirach Expressway leading to Thonburi. Leave the Expressway at the Suksawat Exit. Turn left onto Suksawat Road then keep right. Make a u-turn at the traffic lights. Then turn left onto Pracha-Uthit road. Continue on Pracha-Uthit for 5 kilometres until you see the University on your right. This route takes around 45 minutes.
  2. . Get on the Bangkaew Outer Ring. Pass Bangna and merge into Buraphavithi Express Way. Get off at Daokhanong Exit onto Suksawat Road. At Kilometre 9 Junction, turn left onto  Pracha-Uthit road. Continue on Pracha-Uthit for 5 kilometres until you see the University on your right. This route takes about 40 minutes.

From Don Muang Airport

On Vibhavadi Road, head south towards Dindaeng Expressway. Cross Rama 9 Bridge, with Chao Praya River underneath, Leave the Expressway at the Suksawat Exit. Turn left onto Suksawat Road then keep right. Make a u-turn at the traffic lights. Then turn left onto Pracha-Uthit road. Continue on Pracha-Uthit for 5 kilometres until you see the University on your right. This route takes around an hour and 15 minutes.
From Downtown Bangkok

From the Victory Monument, get on Expressway from Petchburi Road. Head south. Cross Rama 9 Bridge, with Chao Praya River underneath, Leave the Expressway at the Suksawat Exit. Turn left onto Suksawat Road then keep right. Make a u-turn at the traffic lights. Then turn left onto Pracha-Uthit road. Continue on Pracha-Uthit for 5 kilometres until you see the University on your right. This route takes around 45 minutes.

By Bus 

Bus No. 88 and air-conditioned Buses No.’s 21 and 75 run pass the University. There are Expressway Buses, 138, 140 and 142 that stop at the connection of Suksawat Road and Pracha-Uthit Road.

By Skytrain 

From Wong-wien Yai BTS Station, depart at Exit 4. Walk until the end of the intersection and turn left onto Somdet Phra Chao Taksin Rd. Take a taxi or Buses No.’s 21 or 75.

Shuttle Services 

  • Main Campus – Bangkhuntien Campus 7.00 am – 8.00 pm
  • Tesco Lotus (Bangkhuntien) – Bangkhuntien Campus 8.00 am – 6.00 pm
  • Bangkok CODE – Bangkhuntien Campus 8.15 am – 6.40 pm

You can download Bangmod campus map here.

Directions Map


Campus Map


Transportation & Parking

Transportation 

There are several kinds of transportation to arrive KMUTT.
Firstly, you have to reach Suksawad Road by one of these 8 bus routes. Then, get off at KM.9 junction.

Buses to Suksawad Road
Bus Lines Routes
138 Prapadaeng – Express Way – Sutisarn – Jatujak Market – Morchit (northern and northeastern bus station)
140 Karnkeha Thonburi – Big C (Rama II Road) – Express Way – NewPetburi Road – Pratunam – Victory Monument
141 Karnkeha Thonburi – Big C (Rama II Road) – Express Way – Klongtoei – Chulalongkorn University – Siam Square
142 Karnkeha – Big C (Rama II Road) – Express Way – Bangna
20 Prasamut Chedi – Krunai – Prapadaeng – Bangpakok – Daokanong – Wongwienyai – Dindaeng Pier
82  Prapadaeng – Daokanong – Wongwienyai – Pakklong Market – Sanam Luang
6 Prapadaeng – Daokanong – Wong Wien Yai – Pakklong Market – Sanam Luang – Tewes-Nontaburi

Secondly, you can choose either 3 bus routes or 4 minibuses (subaru and songtaew) which all are directly pass in front of the main gate of the campus.

Bangkok Metropolitan Buses
Bus Lines Routes
21 Chulalongkorn University – Pahurat – Wongwienyai – KMUTT – Thungkru
75 Hua Lampong (Central Railway Station) – Krungtep Bridge – KMUTT – Thonburirom Park – Buddhabucha Temple
88 Dindaeng Pier – Bukalo – Ratburana – KMUTT

Mini Buses (Songtaew: Suksawad – Pracha-utit junction – KMUTT – Thungkru)

Mini Buses (Songtaew: Suksawad – Pracha-Utit Junction – KMUTT – Thungkru
Bus Lines Routes
88 BigC Supercenter (Ratburana) – KMUTT – Thungkru
77 BigC Supercenter (Ratburana) – KMUTT – Thonburirom Park – Buddabucha Temple
99 Bangpakok – KMUTT – Thungkru

 

Fare
Air-conditioned start at 12 baht, red bus = 7 baht, minibus (green) = 6.50 baht, subaru and songtaew = 5 baht

Taxis
All taxis in Bangkok is metered, the starting rate is 35 Baht (0.85 US$ approximately).

Tuk-Tuks
The popular Thai motor tricycles are fun to ride but could be dangerous. If possible, you can ride in a tuk-tuk only for a short distance. You will need to bargain with a starting price of 30 baht.

Motorcycles
During bad traffic, motorcycles are more convenient. You can find many motorcycle stops at the entrance of soi – sidestreets. Although it is convenient and popular, but it is risky.  Helmets for both the driver and passenger are required by law.  Again, you will need to bargain with a starting price of 20 – 30 baht.


Transportation between campus

Building and Ground Division is in charge of transportation between the campuses.

The route between Bangmod campus and BKT campus.
The first trip from Bangmod campus to BKT campus starts at 7.30 a.m. and end up at 6.00 p.m. While the first trip from BKT campus to Bangmod campus starts at 8.00 a.m. and end up at 7.00 p.m.

The route between BKT campus and Bangkok CODE.
The first trip from Bangkok CODE to BKT campus starts at 8.15 a.m. and end up at 4.10 p.m. While the first trip from BKT campus to Bangkok CODE starts at 9.30 a.m. and end up at 6.40 p.m. On special occasion, a pre-announcement will be posted on a bus schedule board at the parking area which is in front of the Office of the President Building.

For more information, please call 02-470-8194, 8195.


Parking 

There are many parking lots, with free of charge, scattering all over the campus, please notice a sign. Plus, in the near future a parking lot which can occupy not over than 400 cars will be served in a 14 story-building with a reasonable price.