Bangkok Skytrain

Bangkok, Thailand’s elevated rapid transit system is known as the BTS Skytrain, but its official name is the Bangkok Mass Transit System (BTS). The Skytrain connects the city’s most important neighborhoods and areas. In certain locations, it also connects to Bangkok’s second major public transportation system, the MRT.

Taking the BTS Skytrain is a great way to get around Bangkok without dealing with the city’s notorious traffic jams. It doesn’t matter whether you’ve taken skytrains in other countries before; the one in Bangkok is unlike any other.

Bangkok Skytrain Overview

The Bangkok BTS has a maximum speed of 80 km/h and travels at an average speed of 35 km/h, allowing passengers to enjoy a breath-taking view of the city. Siam Square, Sukhumvit and Silom are just a few well-known areas served by the Bangkok BTS.
Also, thanks to its connection to the airport’s rail link travelling to and from Suvarnabhumi Airport through this route is a breeze.

Many of Bangkok’s most popular sights are within easy reach of the Skytrain, which connects to a variety of other modes of public transit, making it easy for visitors to explore as much of the city as possible.

Ticketing

The Single Journey Card, the One-Day Pass and the Rabbit Card are the three primary types of BTS tickets available for purchase for Bangkok’s Skytrain. The rabbit card is an outstanding option for those who plan to stay for an extended period.
If you’re only in Bangkok for a few days, a one-day pass is a great alternative for those who plan to visit at least two distinct locations in a one-day card. You won’t need to spend as much time on it, especially during severe traffic. A single journey ticket is the best option when travelling between less than five stations.

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