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Google Maps has really easy BTS instructions and we found it great to use for the first time, faster than any taxi, and really cheap! I would BTS to the closest point to your destination, then walk or use metered taxi to complete the last...More
When in Bangkok, you may have to use the BTS to get around. Know that you need to buy your tickets from a kiosk, which will only accept coins, so make sure you have enough. Also, since the BTS is above ground, there should be...More
Few years ago, BTS was the best public transport vehicle in Bangkok, cool air conditioning and comfortable compartment and not crowded. But now, it’s full of passengers, overcrowded and doesn’t alight its service to match the increasing need, eg increase machine service for ticketing, add...More
The sky train in Bangkok is quiet easy to use.
Out of all the major cities I have been to, this one is one of the easiest.
Very affordable, and with the terrible unreliable Bangkok traffic, this was the best way to get around for...More
Nice modern skytrain. Though not modern in terms of ticketing, old cash only set up. You can probably get a prepaid card somewhere, thought not on site at the regular stations. Little line ups for the coin only machines, a long-ish ones for the cash...More
From Pratunam, walk towards Central Dept store and across you will find the BTS station. Take the BTS to Saphin Taksin. Get on a river boat and you will have access to all the places you want to visit.