Bangkok BTS Map (Sky Train)

A guide to Bangkok's BTS and attractions close to the skytrain

The BTS Skytrain runs through all important downtown disctricts and major transport hubs in Bangkok, from Mo Chit to On Nut (Sukhumvit Line) and National Stadium to Wongwian Yai (Silom Line). Zooming above Bangkok's traffic at a steady speed, and with connecting points to the MRT Underground, Chao Phraya Express Boats and two land transport terminals at Victory Monument and Mo Chit, it's the best way to get around. 

For an overview of the BTS system, as well as information on what's around each station, click on the links below. If you are new to Bangkok and are not familiar with the Skytrain network, start with the BTS Route Guide for a quick introduction. 


 

Bangkok BTS Skytrain

This Bangkok BTS Route Guide will help you discover all the interesting sites and activities surrounding each station so that you can get more out of your BTS-hopping experience through Bangkok. Read More...

BTS Fares and Skytrain Cards BTS Fares and Passes

Make the BTS Skytrain work for you by learning about the various types of passes available. Fares start at 15 baht, but you can save a few baht with the BTS passes. Read More...

Silom Line : National Stadium > Wongwian Yai (West-South Route)

The Silom line runs west to south, starting at the National Stadium and ending at Wongwian Yai in Thonburi (across the Chao Phraya River). It passes through major areas like Siam (Central Station), Silom, Patpong and Saphan Taksin, where you can board the express boat at the Sathorn Pier. You can also transfer to the MRT Underground at Saladaeng Station. (Click on each BTS station to get a quick overview of the highlights in each area, including what to do, what to see and where to stay.)

Sukhumvit Line: Mo Chit > On Nut (North-East Route)

The Sukhumvit line runs north to east, starting at Mo Chit and ending at On Nut. It passes through major areas like Chatuchak Weekend Market, Victory Monument, Siam (Central Station), Nana, Asok, Phrom Phong and Thong Lo. You can also transfer to the Airport Rail Link at Phaya Thai Station and the MRT Underground at Mo Chit and Asok Stations. (Click on each BTS station to get a quick overview of the highlights in each area, including what to do, what to see and where to stay.)

Bangkok Airport Link

The Airport Rail Linkis a smart alternative to the airport’s express buses or taxis. The two SA Express routes can get you to the airport (or downtown) in 15-18 minutes. Read More...

Bangkok MRT

Fast and efficient, the MRT network serves 18 stations and stretches for 20 km from Hua Lamphong in the South (near Chinatown) to Bang Sue in the north. Read More...


 


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