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  • Bangkok BTS is a website that gathers lists of hotels, shopping malls, restaurants and tourist attractions near Bangkok Skytrain for your choice.
  • There are 30 BTS stations divided into 2 routes, Sukhumvit Line and Silom Line, that cover almost all part of Bangkok
  • Sukhumvit Line is BTS's first route with 22 stations, starts from Bearing to Chatuchak Park, approximately 22.25 km in total.
  • Mo Chit Station is an final terminal for BTS Sukhumvit Line and also the interchange station between BTS and MRT (Chatuchak Station).
  • Saphan Khwai Station is the second terminal station next to Mo Chit Station, located on Phaholyothin Road.
  • Ari Station is a significant business area, surrounded by many business building and government offices.
  • Sanam Pao Station is likely a passing station without any attraction but government offices and business towers.
  • Victory Monument Station is one of the most popular BTS stations as being another famous meeting points for Thai and foreign people.
  • Pjaya Thai Station is an interchange station between BTS and Airport Rail Link which takes only half an hour to reach the airport.
  • Ratchathewi Station is located near Pratunam where is the center of clothes and fashion accessories malls.
  • Siam Station is the interchange station for BTS Sukhumvit and Silom Line. It is the most popular station that always full of people from around Bangkok.
  • Chit Lom Station is the gateway to Sukhumvit Road, located right at Ratchaprasong intersection where surrounded by hotels and shopping malls.
  • Phloen Chit Station is located right on the beginning of Sukhumvit Road, surrounded by luxurious hotels, business towers and embassies.
  • Nana Station is surrounded by many hotels, embassies, and also featured with Nana Entertainment Plaza - one of the most popular nightlife hotspots for expats.
  • Asok Station is located in the heart of Sukhumvit Road and also be the interchange station with MRT Sukhumvit Station.
  • Phrom Phong Station is attached to the luxury shopping center The Emporium and also surrounded by many banks and hotels.
  • Thong Lo Station is one of the featured BTS stations that very popular amongst Thai residents and expats as being surrounded by many interesting venues.
  • Ekkamai Station is quite a quiet station as being at the far Sukhumvit side and surounded by private properties without popular shopping malls or hotels.
  • Phra Khanong Station is located on Sukhunvit Road between Soi 67 and 69, not so popular as there is no interesting attraction in the area.
  • On Nut Station is a former first station of BTS Sukhumvit Line, located near Soi Sukhumvit 77, where is also know as Soi On Nut.
  • Bang Chak is the first station of BTS Sukhumvit Line extension, surrounded by business buildings and gas stations.
  • Punniwithi Station is the second extended station of BTS Sukhumvit Line, located next to Soi Sukhumvit 101 or Soi Punnawithi.
  • Udom Suk Station is the third extended station of BTS Sukhumvit Line, surrounded by condominiums and private properties.
  • Bang Na Station is the fourth extended station of BTS Sukhumvit Line, surrounded by interesting convention center and shopping malls.
  • Bearing Station is the last extended station and end of of BTS Sukhumvit Line, located between Soi Lasalle and Soi Bearing, the popular communities of Sukhumvit Road.
  • Silom Line is BTS's second route with 8 stations, starts from Wongwian Yai to National Studium, approximately 6.5 km in total.
  • National Stadium Stadium is the first station of BTS Silom Line, located right next to Siam Station, surrounded by shopping malls, hotels and museums.
  • Ratchadamri Station is the gateway of BTS Silom Line, located on the prime area on Ratchadamri Road, surrounded by various luxury hotels and business towers.
  • Sala Deang Station is an interchange station with MRT, located on Silom Road, the most popular business center and renowned nightlife spot of Bangkok.
  • Chong Nonsi Station is another business area that surrounded by many business buildings and upscale neighborhood, located on Nara Thiwat Ratcha Nakarin Road.
  • Surasak Station is located on Sathorn Road with low-key ambience, surrounded by business offices, embassies wihtout any shooping mall.
  • Saphan Taksin Station is the gatewaty to Thon Buri, another side of Bangkok across Chao Phraya River, connects to many piers with Express Boat service.
  • Krung Thon Buri Station is the first extended station of BTS Silom Line, surrounded by condominiums and low-key residential area.
  • Wongwian Yai Station is the seconded extended station and also the end of BTS Silom Line, surrounded by condominiums, business buildings and shipping malls.
  • BTS Route Map will show you the two routes of BTS, Sukhumvit and Silom line, that cover almost all important parts of Bangkok.
  • BTS Fares start from minumum 15 baht to maximum 55 baht depends on the beginning and ending stations.
  • There are many promotions for BTS Tickets which you can purchase one that most suite your budget and voyage.
  • BTS Magnetic Tickets is mostly used for one-day or single journey, rates are varied according to distance of stations.
  • BTS Rabbit Cards are the new electronic payment card system that can be used at BTS and many other associated restaurants.
  • BTS Timetable will show you the service timetable for first and last train of all stations.
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