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Bangkok BTS Map,Important Stations

 

Bangkok BTS Map “The Most Important Stations For You”

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Airports and Bus Terminal

Touristic Centers (Hotels, Bars, Party)

The Most Interesting Markets



 

Airports and Bus Terminals

 

Suvarnabhumi Airport

Suvarnabhumi Airport

“Suvarnabhumi” Airport

You take the “Airport Rail” Link to the Airport.

Connecting Stations: BTS, “Phayathai Station” and MRT, “Phetchaburi Station”.

Costs a max. of 45 Baht and takes a max. of 30 minutes.


 

Don Muang Airport

Don Muang Airport

“Don Muang” Airport

Take the BST or MRT to Mo Chit, The green line dir. north. From there either with the bus A1 or Taxi.

From center Bangkok always about 2 Hours at least, cost with taxi 250 Baht, public 100 Baht.

 


 

Mo Chit Bus Terminal

Mo Chit Bus Terminal

“Mo Chit” Bus Terminal to the North

Take the BST or MRT to Mo Chit, The green line dir. north.

For about 45 Baht from the center of Bangkok and about 1 hour.

 

 

 


 

Sai Tai Mai Bus Terminal

Sai Tai Mai Bus Terminal

“Sai Tai Mai” Bus Terminal to the South and West

Bang Wa station of the blue BTS line is the closest. From there you have to take a bus or cab.

From the center, it will cost not more than 150 Baht and I would count in about one and a half hours.

 

 


 

Ekamai Bus Terminal

Ekamai Bus Terminal

“Ekkamai” Bus Terminal to the East

You take the Green Line and get off at Ekamai station.

From central Bangkok, it takes not more than 30 min. and will cost max. 44 Baht.

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Touristic Centers (Hotels, Bars, Party)

To Khao San Road

To Khao San Road

 

“Khao San Road” Backpackers meeting point, Cheap rooms, Ticket offices

You can take the BTS to “Saphan Taxin” Station and after the Express Boat upriver to Banglam Poo Pier N13, from there I would take a Tuck-Tuck to Khaosan Road.

Or you get off the train at Urupong station and again use a Tuck-Tuck.

Tuck-Tucks are great, You can take a lot of luggage and have a cheap sightseeing tour.

 


 

Sukhumvit 24

Sukhumvit 24

“Sukhumvit 24” Touristic center with guesthouses, hotels, and bars, good nightlife.

Get off the BTS green, Sukhumvit lane at Phrong Phom Station and walk to Sukhumvit 24 alley.

 

 

 

 


 

Nana Soi 4

Nana Soi 4

“Nana Plaza” Soi 4, nightlife and erotic center of Bangkok

Get off the green, Sukhumvit lane at Nana Station.

Great to get a picture of the wild and dark side of Bangkok. Loads of bars, massage, and other dubious places invite to spend your night and Bahts.

 

 

 


 

Sathorn Unique Tower

Sathorn Unique Tower

“Sathorn Unique Tower” a daytime adventure to look over the city from an abandoned skyscraper.

Take the blue line to the Saphan Taxin Station and walk a few hundred meters.

The Tower is not in use and you have to pay some small money to the guards so they let you get on top of the building. 49 stories above ground you have a fantastic view over a big part of town.

 

 


 

Lumpini Park, Silom Station

Lumpini Park, Silom Station

“Lumpini Park” a great place for a day in the green.

Get off BTS at Sala Daeng Station, blue line and walk a few hundred meters. Or get off the Metro, MRT at Silom Station and enter the park directly from the station.

At weekends the park is very busy by Bankok citizens, so better visit early morning or late evening.

 

 


 

China Town

China Town

“China Town”, the best place to eat Chinese food and buy gold

The closest you get is by MRT, metro at the final station, Hua Lamphong near the main train station. From there, its a 500 meters walk.

The biggest choice of Chinese restaurants and food stalls.

 

 


 

Banyan Rooftop Bar

Banyan Rooftop Bar

Banyan Tree Hotel “Rooftop Bar”

Get off BTS at Sala Daeng Station, blue line and walk maybe one kilometer. Or get off the Metro, MRT at Silom Station and walk the same distance.

A great place to overview the big city of Bangkok with a 360° view on the 61st floor.

Best time to visit is shortly before sunset. Nothing for people with a fear of heights.
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The Most Interesting Markets

 

Chatuchak Weekend Market

Chatuchak Weekend Market

“Chatuchak” Weekend Market

Take the green line to Mo Chit and walk 500 meters. Or the MRT, exit at Chatuchak Park Station and walk 500 meters.

Opening hours

Opening Hours


 

Pak Khlong Flower Market

Pak Khlong Flower Market

“Pak Khlong Talat” Flower Market

You can take the BTS Silom line to Saphn Taxin and from there an express boat to the market.

Close to more interesting markets.

Bus Flower Market

Bus Flower Market


 

Pratunam Market

Pratunam Market

“Pratunam Market” the big textile and shoe outlet, good price

BTS gets you close at Chit Lom or Siam Station, another 1 km to walk or take motorbike taxi or Tuck-Tuck.

From the air-port-rail-link, you get off at Ratchaprarop station and walk 600 meters.

The Market is famous for retail prices and many Thais from all over the country go and buy their stock there.

 

 


 

Klong San Market

Klong San Market

“Klong San Market”, not very famous amongst tourists

The directest way to get there is again from BTS, Saphan Taxin and then with a boat to Klong San Pier.

Or you get off the BTS at Krung Thong Buri station and walk the rest, about 1 km.

The best time to visit is in the evening. Food, clothes, and jewelry for reasonable prices are sold there.

Open every day from 7 am-10 pm.


 

Klong Toey Fresh Market

Klong Toey Fresh Market

Klong Toey Fresh Market

Get there with the underground, MRT, and exit at Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre. From there it is a short km walk.

The Klong Toey market is a great place to see all the food products sold and consumed in Bangkok.

Opening times are daily from 6 am – 2 pm.

 

 


 

Farmers Market

Farmers Market

Bangkok Farmers Market 

You take BTS to Ekamai Station and its right there.

The farmers market sells organic and locally produced products, handicrafts and Otop products.

They have fresh homemade bread!!!

The market is open on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am – 5 pm.

 


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8 Comments

  1. Hello, my friend, I am looking for the Indonesian embassy in Bangkok, do you, by chance, know where I have to get off the sky train?

    • Hi Pon, Thanks for visiting. I have to check that out with the Indonesian embassy, just a moment.
      See you Stefan

  2. Hi there, that is what I was looking for, thanks.
    Do you live in Bangkok?

    • Hi. Oh again, no, sorry I don’t live in Bangkok my self. But that’s probably why I post these important BTS stations, so I find the right places the next time I visit.
      Have a great time and see you
      Stefan

  3. This is a really detailed information. I’m impressed. I’ve bookmarked this and will definitely refer back to this when I’m going Bangkok! Thank you.

    • Hi Jerry, back already?
      I will extend the list of important BTS stations in Bangkok soon, as it is quite convenient to quickly check how to get to places one has planned to go.
      My next list in the row is the most frequent visited embassies in Bangkok and the most famous sightseeing places.
      See you later. Stefan

  4. Wow Stefan, awesome post! I have heard that the trains are pretty nice over there, so it is a bonus to be able to see the city knowing that you can get around quickly and efficiently. Do you do tours of that city? I think it would be fun to have a guided tour, since you seem to know where all the good food is!

    • Hi Irma, nice hearing from you again.
      Sorry, no, I don’t do tours in Bangkok as it is too busy and smoggy and too hot for me there.
      There are plenty of guided tours through the town though. You can book them on the internet or better and cheaper once you are in town.
      The sky train is an efficient way to get around the city although the stations are quite far apart. Due to the huge size of Bangkok, you need to use several different public transport systems to get to every corner.
      Good food you find not only in Bangkok anyway.
      Thanks for your visit and see you, Stefan

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