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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%
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“day pass” (1,148 reviews)
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Cheap fast and clean.Easiest way to get around Bangkok and there's a new link to the airport now.Stations clearly marked and maps on every platform. Cheap too .

Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Loved this method of travel!! Definitely my favorite because it's super cheap and fast! It is also very clean! Highly recommend using it. Be careful of the stations that allow you to switch between lines (from Sukhumvit line to Silom line), it can be very...More

Thank Ashley C
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Easy to use and understand for visitors and very cheap prices - great way to cover lots of Bangkok city

Thank R W
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The Sky train proved to be an excellent choice for going to the shopping district. It’s quick and efficient and proved to be the most convenient way to the shopping malls and one is able to avoid the congested traffic.

Thank Zulekha A
Reviewed yesterday

We took the sky train to Chatuchak Market and to Jim Thompson House. Folks at the station were helpful in giving us directions. The trains are clean, well air-conditioned, and so efficient. Most stations appeared to have elevators and some have escalators. If you’re going...More

Thank Joann R
Reviewed yesterday

Very busy and sometimes you have to wait for a train. The railway doesn't cover the whole city but a taxi is not expensive. So make a choise.

Thank ton39
Reviewed yesterday

I was surprised how easy is to use the Skytrain. Its fast, cheap ( day pas THB 140 ) and it goes to the centrally located attractions and shopping malls. Choose your hotel within walking distance to any of its stations to enjoy quick travel...More

Thank travellerczech
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

I really don’t get why people put the metro as no2 things to do in Bangkok. First astandard widely used way of transport is not deemed to be an attraction to visit - unless you have never seen a train/metro in your life; second this...More

Thank M D
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Thai friend couldn't face being packed in like sardines so took taxi for journey home 6.30pm. Non peak journeys were fine

Thank jd-chiangmai-expat
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

When I travel to Bangkok, everyone back in my country inform that the BTS which is most efficient way to travel around without having face jam. The BTS is link to all major shopping mall and even tourist spot. I personal love it as able...More

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16 January 2018|
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Response from krishna1967 | Reviewed this property |
It will cost THB 140 s day and can go to every station including the silom line
Vidya S
12 January 2018|
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Response from foodiemum | Reviewed this property |
Don’t go to the organised taxi rank as we were charged 1,500 baht. We were told it should’ve cost 1,000 baht, so they are scamming tourists. Just grab a normal taxi, not the ones organised by the guy with the board behind... More
Amit K
5 January 2018|
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Response from heinzalbert | Reviewed this property |
Day pass THB 120