Skytrain

Skytrain, In addition to the development of transportation systems to solve urban traffic problems. The Skytrain is also useful transportation for fast and convenient travel of tourists. It helps to promote the business of the Tourism Authority of Thailand as well.

BTS – SUKHUMVIT LINE

Skytrain route overview

Starting at Morchit Station. Head straight to the south along the Phahonyothin road. Then broke through the Victory Monument. After that, Passing the intersection of the Suvarnabhumi Airport Rail Link and the Eastern Railway at Phaya Thai Station. Then turn left onto Rama I Road, Pathumwan Junction, connect to BTS Silom Line at Siam Station. Then head straight to Ploenchit Road and Sukhumvit Road.

Passengers can switch to Suvarnabhumi Airport Rail Link trains at Phaya Thai Station. (Read More…Click!)

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At the same time, Enter the economic area along Sukhumvit Road. Then crossed the Phra Khanong Canal into the eastern suburbs. Under the Burapha Withi Expressway Enter Bangna Station. After that, head straight to Samut Prakan Province. At Samrong Station. Meanwhile Through many important areas of Samut Prakan Province. Then continue along the Sukhumvit road Crossing the Kanchanaphisek road on the south side. (Bang Phli-Suksawat Expressway) Moreover, Through various places such as Erawan Museum, Naval Academy, Samut Prakan City Hall. And ending the entire project at Bang Pu district, Bangpu Resort Area. Then head southeast along the Sukhumvit road And ending the whole system at the Kheha station.

All of the above focusing on transporting passengers from both the northern and eastern suburbs to the central Bangkok area. In addition, Tourist areas, entertainment venues and inner economic zones along the Sukhumvit road quickly.

– Overview of the transportation train connection map –

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