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Bangkok's Skytrian serves 25 stations in key locations around town, allowing passengers to leapfrog busy traffic intersections. There are two separate railway lines: One from the northern bus terminal at Morchit to Sukhumvit Soi 77 (Soi Onnut ). The other from the National Stadium (near Pathumwan Intersection to Taksin Bridge at the end of Sathorn Road. The two line meet at the busy Siam Center where passengers can switch from one line to another.


Stations

The typical station consists of two levels - concourse and platform. The concourse provides ticketing facilities and other passenger amenities as well as access to the system. The platform is for waiting, boarding and alighting from the train. Please be aware that the train may approach the platform anytime, from any direction.
Trains
Our trains are designed to high international standards. Doors open / close automatically. Beeper sounds will warn you when the doors are about to close. If standing please stand clear of the door's at all times.

Track
Stay away from the track and electrified rails. Pay attention to all warning signs. Trespassing onto the track area can cause severe injury to yourself or others.

Fares
About 10 to 40 that depend on your destination

Bangkok Hotels near BTS Stations

Types of Tickets
1) Single-Journey Ticket: this is a pay-per-trip ticket, it is available at any Ticket Issuing Machine, located in every station. The machines accept coins only and give change. Commuters can also get exact change at any ticket office, located near a Ticket Issuing Machine.

2) Stored-Value Ticket: the value of the ticket will be deducted according to the distance of each journey, and is most suitable for regular commuters or for multiple journeys. Stored-Value Tickets are available and can be refilled at any ticket office, located in every station.

Ticket Usage
1.) Purchase a ticket from the Ticket Issuing Machine or ticket office.
2.) To enter the the skytrain system, insert the ticket into the entry gate and be sure to hold on to it - you will need it to exit.
3) To exit, insert the ticket into the exit gate. The Single - Journey Ticket will be taken; the Stored-Value Ticket will be returned to commuters for future rides.

Sites / Monuments / Shopping Centers at the Skytrain

Transportation Parks Hospitals
Eastern Bus Terminal
Hua Lampong Main Railroad Station
Northeastern Bus Terminal (Mo Chit 2)
E7
W1
N8

E1

Chatujak Park
Lumpini
Suan Luang (Rama 9)
Botanical Garden
Dusit Zoo
Queen Sirikit Park
Santipharp (Peace) Park
N8
S2
E9+
E9+
N3+
E5
N3
Paolo Memorial
Bamrungrad Medical Center
Bangkok Christian
Bangkok Nursing Home
Samitivej
N7
E3+
S2
S2
E5+

Cultural Centers and Monuments Markets and Shopping Centers
Erawan Shrine
Queen Sirikit Conference Center
Siam Society (Kamthieng House)
Victory Monument
Hua Mark Stadium
National Sports Stadium
Jim Thompson Thai House Museum
E1,S1
E4+
E4
N3
E8+
W1
W1
Amarin Plaza
Central Chidlom
Central Ladprao
Chatuchak Weekend Market
Emporium Shopping Center
Gaysorn Plaza
Mah Boon Krong (MBK)
S1
E1
N8+
N8
E5
E1
W1
Narayana Phand (Handicraft Center)
Patpong
Pratunam (Wholesale clothing)
Robinson Silom / Silom Complex
Robinson Bangrak
Siam Discovery / Siam Center / Siam Square
World Trade Center
E1
S2
E1+
S2
S6
CS
E1
+ further transportation required

Free Shuttle Bus Service

As from 1st August there is now a free Shuttle Bus (see photo) to take passengers to various Sky Train (BTS) stations as shown in the images.
The free Shuttle Bus service is initially available along 7 routes with more coming in the near future.

  • Mo Chit-Central Ladprao-Major Cineplex Ratchayothin-Kasetsart University-SCB Park Plaza Start from Mo Chit Station (N8)-Central Plaza Ladprao-Ho Wang School-Major Ratchayothin-Kasetsart University-SCB Park Plaza-Vipavadee Rangsit Rd.
  • Surasak-Wongwian Yai Start from Surasak Station (S5) - Charoen Nakorn Rd-Lard Ya Rd.-Wongwian Yai-Krung Thonburi Rd.-Bangrak Hospital.
  • Ekkamai-Klongton Start from Phrakhanong Station (E8) - Sukhumvit 71-Petchburi-Sukhumvit 63 (Soi Ekkamai)-Sukhumvit Rd.
  • Thong Lo-Phrom Phong Start from Thong Lo Station (E6) - Sukhumvit 55 (Soi Thong Lo)-Petchaburi Rd- Sukhumvit 39 (Soi Phrom Phong)-Sukhumvit Rd.
  • On Nut-Sukhumvit 103 (Soi Udomsuk)-Central City Bangna Start from On Nut Station (E9) - Sukhumvit Rd.-Sukhumvit 103 (Soi Udomsuk)-Central City Bangna-Sukhumvit Rd.
  • Mo Chit-Central Ladprao Start from Mo Chit Station (N8) - Central Plaza Ladprao-Ho Wang School-Vipavadee Rangsit Rd.
  • Asok-Queen Sirikit National Concention Center (QSNCC) Start from Asok Station (E4) - Ratchadapisak Rd.-QSNCC (Remark: Bus route will be operated when there is a main event at QSNCC).

As from 1st August there is now a free Shuttle Bus (see photo) to take passengers to various Sky Train (BTS) stations as shown in the images. The free Shuttle Bus service is initially available along 7 routes with more coming in the near future.


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