How to get to The Royal Thai Air Force Museum
Its not easy to get to The Royal Thai Air Force Museum. At this time (June 2020), there is no direct connection to the museum. One possible way is to take the BTS, Sukhumvit Line, and drive till the final station Wat Phra Si Mahathat (N17). From this point you can take a taxi. The BTS Sukhumvit Line is still under construction with further new stations to the north. In the near future there will be a BTS station (N22) with the name of the museum, stop next to the museum.
Why visit The Royal Thai Air Force Museum
If you are looking for a change of pace, a visit to the Royal Thai Air Force Museum might be interesting. There are many very beautiful old aircraft to be seen here, from biplanes to jet fighters. The museum is currently under construction, building 1 was still closed when we visited. There are a few real gems to admire in building 2 (air-conditioned). You'll also find many other aviation attractions on the adjacent outdoor area. Finally, you can buy some nice gifts in the souvenir shop. The museum is under the patronage of King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun, who is himself a pilot.