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Thailand Travel by BTS Sky Train

Bangkok Sky Train or locally known as BTS has proven to be the fastest and most reliable mode of transportation for city dwellers and tourists who want to get around Bangkok. Though its route does not cover all the tourist areas, it has its reach in several business areas and shopping centers. If the destination is a bit off the train route, it is still convenient to take the train and then hop into a bus, taxi, motorbike-taxi or walking. Route map is available at any train station.

Skytrain transfer to boat cruise along the Chao Phraya River

Travel by BTS Sky Train in Thailand

During weekdays, the traffic condition in this city of Angels is continually congested from early morning to the end of the day. Another commuting alternative to access the attraction sites within the old city area is the Chao Phraya Tourist Boat service. The boat route is connected with BTS Skytrain at Saphan Taksin station. The pier is just a 5-minute walk to the ferry dock. Get yourself a one -day river pass (THB75) and hop around Bangkok’s riverside attractions with unlimited boat trips for the whole day – the pass comes with the Chao Phraya River traveling guidebook and a bottle of water. Boats leave the piers every 30 minute from 9.30 am to 3 pm daily.

There is a guide on board who will brief you about the attractions nearby such as Yaowaraj (China Town), Wat Arun, Wat Po, the Grand Palace, Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Royal Barge Museum and Khao San Road.

The One Day River Pass is available at BTS Tourist Information Centers (Siam, Nana and Saphan Taksin stations), Maharaj Pier, Sathorn Pier, Oriental Pier, Ratchawongse Pier, Wang Lang Pier and Banglumpoo Pier.

More information, call 0-2623-6001-3 ext. 100, 101.