Thailand Moto GP

Chang International Circuit in Buriram, Thailand

25 – 27 October 2024

The Chang International Circuit is located near Buriram In Thailand. The reinvigorated circuit, designed by the famous circuit designer Herman Tilke, reopened in 2014, and held the first MotoGP championship in 2018. It has proven popular across many disciplines of motorsport, as the numerous long straights create the opportunity for riders to push the limits of their machines. The circuit itself consists of 12 corners; 5 left turns and 7 right turns, and the longest straight is over 1km, which riders approach from the exit of Turn 1, adding emphasis to the all-important start.  Buy your Thailand MotoGP tickets only today from NK Sports Tickets, partners with Sports Events. Our variety of Thailand Moto GP Tickets feature no hidden fees, what you see is what you pay.

We are partners with Official MotoGP ticket providers dealing directly with event organizers to ensure the best service and prices for you to gain access to any MotoGP of the season.

Travel Package 

From TBA per person sharing

TRAVEL DATES: 24 - 28 October 2024

Inclusions:

*All tickets / packages advertised are subject to availability and seasonal price adjustments may apply.

Exclusions:

  • All flights and taxes (on request)
  • Circuit Transfers
  • Visa and Travel Insurance (recommended)
  • Tours not mentioned, optional extras / optional sightseeing excursions
  • All items of a personal nature. Meals, drinks, tips and gratuities not specified
  • Anything not mentioned

*You can view our Term’s and Condition’s here

Travel and Event Information

 

Accommodation

Buriram literally means the Pleasant City. It is a city with abundant sandstone sanctuaries of ancient Khmer culture. It is situated in the lower part of the Northeastern region, about 410 km from Bangkok.  Alternatively, Nang Rong is located a few kilometres away and offers excellent hotels and facilities.  While Buriram is a friendly place, it does still have a rural, agricultural vibe to it and the southern reaches of the province have some of Thailand’s must see Khmer relics. The countryside is peppered with dozens of ancient ruins, the crowning glory of which is Phanom Rung, a beautifully restored complex climbing to the summit of an extinct volcano. The most spectacular Angkor monument in Thailand, Phanom Rung is well worth the journey to see amongst other fascinating sights to see.
 
While Buriram isn’t particularly famous for its nightlife in the same way as Phuket and Pattaya, you’ll find that you can still make it a fun night at the province’s two night markets. The main night market is on Romburi Road, south of Jira, near the moat and consists of several restaurants, with vendors selling pre-made meals on the streets. Because it’s so near the Cambodian border, some of its citizens speak Lao and Khmer. That said, Buriram is a beautiful multicultural experience. It’s great to see how these three cultures interact with each other and find that, in the end, a subculture comes out that is completely Buriram’s own.  Booking your accommodation in Buriram in Thailand  is a click away.  Support our affiliation with our partner, Agoda  by reserving your own accommodation through the Agoda.com links on this page to take you to the booking portal.  We receive a small commission and you won’t pay more but rather save on the fantastic specials and deals.
Click here to access and book your accommodation. Book early to receive discounts and to avoid unavailability.  Accommodation can also be added to your Official Grand Prix tickets on request.
 

Visa

 

Nearest Airport

Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) is the main biggest hub for international travels in and out of Bangkok and has the tallest free-standing control tower in the world. There are various ways to get from the Suvarnabhumi Airport to Buriram. The train (cheapest) will take you approximately 6.5 hours, a public bus is around 7 hours or a taxi which is the most expensive option but the fastest route being 5 and a half hours.  Therefore we suggest taking a direct domestic flight from Suvarnabhumi Airport to Buri Ram Airport which takes approximately 1 hour.

The Airport is located 30 km from the Buriram city centre and getting to the city takes around 30 minute by Taxi, which is the recommended transport option.  Buriram Airport shuttle services are typically shared with other passengers heading to the same general area, such as a hotel district in the city centre of Buriram. Shuttle transfers are generally cheaper than taking a taxi, but take a little longer to reach your destination. The shuttle services must be pre-arranged and a driver in the Arrivals terminal will have a sign with your name on it.

 

Parking

The circuit itself is to the south of the city, next to the Buriram United football stadium, and can be accessed from Routes 218 or 219. It is approximately 20 minutes away from the city centre by car.  If travelling by a rented car there are multiple public parking areas at the circuit including near to Sidestand A, Sidestand D and the Main Grandstand. Motorcycle Parking is located by the Main Grandstand.

 

Coach and Bus

The best way to get from Buriram City Centre is by taking a bus or hoping on a Tuk Tuk.  For long distance journeys, the bus is the most popular mode of transport in Thailand as it takes you almost anywhere in the country. The bus network is very dense and bus departures to and from the centre of Buriram are frequent. There are regular, air-conditioned buses run by the Transport Company Limited, and the private Bangkok – Buriram line departs from Mo Chit Bus Terminal 2 in the northeast region, every day, several times a day. The journey takes approximately 6 hours.

Taxi

The 10km ride from the centre of Buriram to the circuit takes approximately 6 minutes.  Always ask for the meter to be turned on, and try to confirm the final fare price before starting the journey.

 

Train

If you were to stay in Bangkok rather than Buriram, there are many train departures from Bangkok to Buriram daily. SRT train ticket price depends on the type of train and the type of ticket you choose. Special Express trains are generally faster and cost the most, followed by Express trains and Rapid trains.  There is a train from Bangkok Airport or Bangkok Bang Sue Station to Chang International Circuit via Buriram Station should you wish to go directly to the circuit once you land at Suvarnabhumi Airport.

Timetable

Full timetable information including support events will be published once it is released by the circuit near race weekend.

Can’t find what you are looking for or want a full package quote with flights, accommodation or transfers?

Inquire Now!

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Thailand Moto GP

Chang International Circuit in Buriram, Thailand

25 – 27 October 2024

The Chang International Circuit is located near Buriram In Thailand. The reinvigorated circuit, designed by the famous circuit designer Herman Tilke, reopened in 2014, and held the first MotoGP championship in 2018. It has proven popular across many disciplines of motorsport, as the numerous long straights create the opportunity for riders to push the limits of their machines. The circuit itself consists of 12 corners; 5 left turns and 7 right turns, and the longest straight is over 1km, which riders approach from the exit of Turn 1, adding emphasis to the all-important start.  Buy your Thailand MotoGP tickets only today from NK Sports Tickets, partners with Sports Events. Our variety of Thailand Moto GP Tickets feature no hidden fees, what you see is what you pay.

We are partners with Official MotoGP ticket providers dealing directly with event organizers to ensure the best service and prices for you to gain access to any MotoGP of the season.

Travel Package 

From TBA per person sharing

TRAVEL DATES: 24 - 28 October 2024

Inclusions:

*All tickets / packages advertised are subject to availability and seasonal price adjustments may apply.

Exclusions:

  • All flights and taxes (on request)
  • Circuit Transfers
  • Visa and Travel Insurance (recommended)
  • Tours not mentioned, optional extras / optional sightseeing excursions
  • All items of a personal nature. Meals, drinks, tips and gratuities not specified
  • Anything not mentioned

*You can view our Term’s and Condition’s here

Travel and Event Information

 

Accommodation

Buriram literally means the Pleasant City. It is a city with abundant sandstone sanctuaries of ancient Khmer culture. It is situated in the lower part of the Northeastern region, about 410 km from Bangkok.  Alternatively, Nang Rong is located a few kilometres away and offers excellent hotels and facilities.  While Buriram is a friendly place, it does still have a rural, agricultural vibe to it and the southern reaches of the province have some of Thailand’s must see Khmer relics. The countryside is peppered with dozens of ancient ruins, the crowning glory of which is Phanom Rung, a beautifully restored complex climbing to the summit of an extinct volcano. The most spectacular Angkor monument in Thailand, Phanom Rung is well worth the journey to see amongst other fascinating sights to see.
 
 
 
While Buriram isn’t particularly famous for its nightlife in the same way as Phuket and Pattaya, you’ll find that you can still make it a fun night at the province’s two night markets. The main night market is on Romburi Road, south of Jira, near the moat and consists of several restaurants, with vendors selling pre-made meals on the streets. Because it’s so near the Cambodian border, some of its citizens speak Lao and Khmer. That said, Buriram is a beautiful multicultural experience. It’s great to see how these three cultures interact with each other and find that, in the end, a subculture comes out that is completely Buriram’s own.  Booking your accommodation in Buriram in Thailand  is a click away.  Support our affiliation with our partner, Agoda  by reserving your own accommodation through the Agoda.com links on this page to take you to the booking portal.  We receive a small commission and you won’t pay more but rather save on the fantastic specials and deals.
Click here to access and book your accommodation. Book early to receive discounts and to avoid unavailability.  Accommodation can also be added to your Official Grand Prix tickets on request.
 
 

 

Visa

 

Nearest Airport

Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) is the main biggest hub for international travels in and out of Bangkok and has the tallest free-standing control tower in the world. There are various ways to get from the Suvarnabhumi Airport to Buriram. The train (cheapest) will take you approximately 6.5 hours, a public bus is around 7 hours or a taxi which is the most expensive option but the fastest route being 5 and a half hours.  Therefore we suggest taking a direct domestic flight from Suvarnabhumi Airport to Buri Ram Airport which takes approximately 1 hour.

The Airport is located 30 km from the Buriram city centre and getting to the city takes around 30 minute by Taxi, which is the recommended transport option.  Buriram Airport shuttle services are typically shared with other passengers heading to the same general area, such as a hotel district in the city centre of Buriram. Shuttle transfers are generally cheaper than taking a taxi, but take a little longer to reach your destination. The shuttle services must be pre-arranged and a driver in the Arrivals terminal will have a sign with your name on it.

 

Parking

The circuit itself is to the south of the city, next to the Buriram United football stadium, and can be accessed from Routes 218 or 219. It is approximately 20 minutes away from the city centre by car.  If travelling by a rented car there are multiple public parking areas at the circuit including near to Sidestand A, Sidestand D and the Main Grandstand. Motorcycle Parking is located by the Main Grandstand.

Coach and Bus

The best way to get from Buriram City Centre is by taking a bus or hoping on a Tuk Tuk.  For long distance journeys, the bus is the most popular mode of transport in Thailand as it takes you almost anywhere in the country. The bus network is very dense and bus departures to and from the centre of Buriram are frequent. There are regular, air-conditioned buses run by the Transport Company Limited, and the private Bangkok – Buriram line departs from Mo Chit Bus Terminal 2 in the northeast region, every day, several times a day. The journey takes approximately 6 hours.

Taxi

The 10km ride from the centre of Buriram to the circuit takes approximately 6 minutes.  Always ask for the meter to be turned on, and try to confirm the final fare price before starting the journey.

 

Train

If you were to stay in Bangkok rather than Buriram, there are many train departures from Bangkok to Buriram daily. SRT train ticket price depends on the type of train and the type of ticket you choose. Special Express trains are generally faster and cost the most, followed by Express trains and Rapid trains.  There is a train from Bangkok Airport or Bangkok Bang Sue Station to Chang International Circuit via Buriram Station should you wish to go directly to the circuit once you land at Suvarnabhumi Airport.

Timetable

Full timetable information including support events will be published once it is released by the circuit near race weekend.

Can’t find what you are looking for or want a full package quote with flights, accommodation or transfers?

Inquire Now!

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