BTS Bangkok (BTS Skytrain)
BTS Bangkok is the most convenient way to get around Bangkok, Thailand. It is often referred to as BTS or the BTS Skytrain, but the official name is the Bangkok Mass Transit System.
BTS Bangkok is the elevated rapid transit system in Bangkok, Thailand. The system consists of two lines, the Sukhumvit Line, which shows up as light green on the BTS System Map and the Silom Line, which shows up as dark green on the BTS System Map. There are about 34 stations total across both lines of BTS Bangkok and the trains serve well over 500,000 passengers per day. There is a link at the bottom of the page that shows the system map and how you can use BTS Bangkok to connect to the Airport Rail Link, the Mass Rapid Transit Route (MRT), and the Bus Rapid Transit Route (BRT). You can also use the BTS Skytrain to get to the Chao Praya River Express as well.
BTS Bangkok provides convenient access to many tourist attractions and famous sites throughout Bangkok. MBK Bangkok, Chatuchak Weekend Market (JJ Market), and the Jim Thompson House (Museum) are all easily accessible via the BTS Skytrain.
BTS Bangkok offers many different ticket types depending on how far you are travelling and how often you are travelling. The first option is for a single journey ticket. With a single journey ticket, you are charged based on how far you travel. Prices for a single journey ticket can be anywhere from 15 Baht to 42 Baht per journey.
If you are going to be using BTS Bangkok multiple times during the day, you can also get a one-day pass. The one-day pass allows you unlimited trips for the day. The price of a one-day pass is 130 Baht.
If you are going to be staying in Bangkok for an extended period of time it may be more worthwhile to get a Rabbit Card. The Rabbit Card is an e-money system that allows you to add money to the balance of the card so that you can use it for payment. The good thing about the card is that you can use it at a number of retailers such as McDonald’s, Burger King etc., not just for BTS Bangkok. A link to the full list of locations is provided at the bottom of the page.
Here is the BTS Bangkok Route Map.
Here is the official site for the Bangkok Mass Transit System.
Here is the official site for the Rabbit Card.
Here is the list of locations that accept Rabbit Card.