Khon Kaen International Airport

  The airport has seen an annual growth rate of 20 percent annually since 2013, handling around two million passengers in 2017. The Department of Airports (DOA) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to upgrade Khon Kaen Airport by 2021. The two billion baht project will increase passenger capacity from 2.8 million to five million per year. The terminal will be expanded from 16,500 m2 to 44,500 m2 to accommodate 1,000–2,000 passengers per hour.

Khon Kaen Railway Station

  Khon Kaen railway station is a railway station located in Nai Mueang Subdistrict, Khon Kaen City, Khon Kaen. It is a class 1 railway station located 449.752 km (279.5 mi) from Bangkok railway station. The station opened on April 1, 1933, as part of the Northeastern Line Nakhon Ratchasima–Khon Kaen section. On June 24, 1941, the line extended to Udon Thani. The station was rebuilt as the first elevated station of Northeastern region in 2019, with the Thanon Chira Junction–Khon Kaen double-track railway project.

Bus Terminal no.3 Khon Kaen

  The 3rd Provincial Bus Terminal of Khon Kaen, also known as "BKS 3," is a well-known transportation hub. It is considered one of the most modern and less congested bus terminals because it is located approximately 8 kilometers away from the city center. The 3rd Provincial Bus Terminal of Khon Kaen provides long-distance bus services to various destinations, including Bangkok to Khon Kaen and Chiang Mai to Khon Kaen. Additionally, it offers direct bus services from Khon Kaen to Vientiane, the capital of Laos.