Where is the Faculty of Engineering at King Mongkut's University of Technology North Bangkok?

King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok (also known as KMUTNB) was established in 1959 from the cooperation between Thai Government and the Federal Republic of Germany. In the past, it was called “Thai-German Technical School.” Our vision is to become an internationally recognized university for science, technology, and innovation. Currently, there are 3 campuses to serve the need for nearby industrial parks. However, the main campus is located on Pracharat 1 Rd in Bangkok.

Faculty of Engineering is located at Building 81 (see the map below) in the main campus. There are 9 departments with around 5,000 students in total.

ICA-SYMP 2025 will be held on the 3rd- and 4th-floor of Building 81.

KMUTNB campus map and navigation

Transportations and Parking

Option 1. Direct taxi from/to the airport.

The fare ranges around 350 – 450 THB (for Suvarnabhumi International Airport)
The fare ranges around 200 – 300 THB (for Don Mueang International Airport)

Depending on the traffic condition (excluded Taxi airport area fee charge 50 THB and tollway fees must be paid by passenger).

Taxis are everywhere in Bangkok, so only use taxis that use their meters, found in a specific area dedicated to Public Taxi (we suggest to use that).

Option 2. Airport Rail Link and MRT (Metro)

The closest MRT station to KMUTNB is Wong Sawang station (MRT purple line)

  • Take the Airport Rail Link at Suvarnabhumi International Airport to Makkasan station,
  • walk along the Skywalk (500 meters) to Phetchaburi MRT – Blue Line
  • Take MRT Blue Line travel to Tao Poon station
  • transit to MRT – Purple Line travel to: Wong Sawang station,
  • Take taxi to KMUTNB, the fare ranges for taxi is from about 60 – 90 THB (8 km.) depending on the traffic condition.
King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok
1518 Pracharat 1 Road,Wongsawang, Bangsue, Bangkok 10800 Thailand.
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