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BTS Skytrain

Bangkok, Thailand
(66) 2617 7340-1
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Bangkok’s answer to mass transit started operating in December 1999 and is a convenient and useful way of getting around the city.
  • Excellent61%
  • Very good31%
  • Average6%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“day pass” (1,087 reviews)
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“air conditioned” (1,666 reviews)
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Bangkok, Thailand
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(66) 2617 7340-1
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1 - 10 of 25,079 reviews

Reviewed yesterday

I have never had much trouble on the bts. It works great most times and travel is a breeze. The signages are easy enough to use.

Thank Igrabjelly
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

It is the fastest way getting around town, clean with air-conditioning. It is also sight seeing fun ride.

Thank Taffoolie
Reviewed yesterday

Trains are punctual and are not really crowded ( except peak periods ) . Trains are also well ventilated however train stations are sometimes a little dirty and very very hot.

Thank MonkeyTourist23
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

as BKK traffic is heavy at most time. Avoid peak hours 8-10am, 6-8pm and especially Siam station. Most covenient if travelling far and especially with a group of above 4 people.

Thank chanmeilai
Reviewed yesterday

Definitely a must mode of transportation for while in Bangkok. Of course you must try the Tuk Tuk but the BTS lines are super easy to use and inexpensive.

Thank VictoryGoose
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Typical of mass transport in Bangkok. Very straightforward to obtain tickets, good frequency of trains, good quality of service, easy access at all stations and good connections to Thai mainline rail stations, MRT and BTS. Fares are no more expensive than the BTS given the...More

Thank DadSan
Reviewed yesterday

Very easy to use, english is used throughout signs and announcements and ticketing system is very straight forward. Tip - Google Maps has this transport system included in it and it can tell you how much the fare will cost

Thank Robert S
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We arrived in Bangkok around 3:30 pm and the train was a nice way to escape the city's caothic traffic. We went all the way to Paya Thai and took a taxi there around 4pm to our hotel near Kao San, paid around 110 Baht.

Thank Renata G
Reviewed 2 days ago

Pros: 1. Save time, avoiding the infamous congested traffic in BKK (see the first photo) 2. Value for money travelling cost compared to taxi 3. No hassle of bargaining with tuk tuk and taxi drivers Cons 1. Very crowded, be cautious of pick pocket. 2....More

Thank ChinKF
Reviewed 2 days ago

Slow glide along BKK skyline. It's nice that they always maxed out the A/C on the train because the weather outside was always humid.

Thank Robert Z
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Frede R
18 September 2017|
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Response from Michael R | Reviewed this property |
The best way is a taxi .The line does not cover all areas like London or Paris.but around town it is ideal
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Sereyvathana S
15 September 2017|
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Response from Ali S | Reviewed this property |
18 hours daily from 6 am until midnight
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Linda L
26 August 2017|
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Response from annchiuwc | Reviewed this property |
It is easy that you take the Suvarnabhumi Airport City line from the airport which takes you right to the last stop at Phaya Thai. Get off the train and follow the signs for exit. While walking along, you can take a look at... More
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