Bangkok MRT fare of a Single Journey Ticket, which is valid for a single journey, depends on the chosen destination, starting at 16 Baht , up to 42 Baht per journey on one line and up to 70 Baht if you’re changing lines on your journey.
Right now, riding the Skytrain costs from 16 Thai baht ( £0.37 ) for a single ticket to travel one station, up to 59 baht ( £1.38 ) to take in the whole system. A one-day ticket for unlimited travel costs 140 baht ( £3.26 ).
Skytrain (BTS) The Sky Train is an efficient and convenient way to navigate around the inner city, at a cost low enough to relax and enjoy the ride. Taxis. Taxis are cheap and fares start at 35 Baht – about 1 USD. Chao Phrya River Express Boat. Motorcycle Taxi. Subway (MRT) Tuk Tuk. Airport Rail Link (ARL) Public Buses.
It can’t be any easier. You can check in with all your luggage in downtown Bangkok and by taking the Skytrain to Suvarnabhumi International Airport you are there in fifteen minutes. The Skytrain is one of Bangkok’s phenomena.
|Fares (as of 28 December 2019)|
|Adult||Senior citizen / Persons with disabilities||Student1|
|$0.92 – $2.17||$0.59 – $0.92||$0.42 – $0.63|
BTS is a skytrain that run across Bangkok from North to South East area. MRT is a subway that runs along with the main road in Bangkok . Both have air conditioning system with comfy chairs, which keep you comfortable from hot humid in Thailand. You can find travel help desks at Phaya Thai and Saphan Taksin BTS station.
Trips into the city cost between 300-500 baht, depending on your location. However, you must pay an additional 50 baht meter fare plus tolls. It’s nice to have small change to pay the tolls but if you don’t the taxi driver will pay and then add the charge to your fare.
Taxi fare from Suvarnabhumi Airport to Bangkok Your final fare will depend on the levels of traffic and the exact location of your accommodation, but it will be around 6.80€ ( 240 Baht ).
To travel on SkyTrain , SeaBus, or West Coast Express, you’ll need a Compass Card, Compass Ticket, or to pay using your contactless credit card or mobile wallet (Tap-to- Pay ).
Costs : Massages cost between 200 baht ($7) an hour for a Thai massage to 500 baht ($18) for a Body Scrub Massage . I was charged 200 baht for my one-hour foot rub. Extras: It was so ridiculously cheap that I added a half-hour Thai massage at an extra cost of 100 baht ($3.60).
> Silom – Sathorn Area This is the business area of Bangkok , with good restaurants, shopping malls and close to Lumpini Park. It’s one of the best places to stay in Bangkok for the first time because it’s close to many attractions and it’s connected by the BTS (Skytrain) and MRT (underground metro).
The 8 Best Areas To Stay in Bangkok Siam Square . Siam Square is a shopping mecca, full of luxury shopping centers and bargain department stores, designer labels, and trendy fashion boutiques. Khao San. Sukhumvit . Silom . Chinatown. Bangkok Old Town. Dusit. Thonburi.
Station access fee
|Ticket type||Single use||Single trip ticket|
|Ticket typeAdult||Single use $14.87||Single trip ticket $14.90|
|Ticket typeChild/Youth||Single use $13.18||Single trip ticket $13.20|
|Ticket typeConcession and Senior/Pensioner*||Single use $13.31||Single trip ticketN/A|
The Airport Rail Link City Line is the fastest way to travel back and forth between Suvarnabhumi Airport and central Bangkok . Phaya Thai is a major station of the BTS Skytrain, from there you can take the train to travel around the city. The Airport Train stops at 6 stations along its way.
The Airport Rail Link City Line leaves every 15 minutes, takes 25 minutes for the whole distance because it makes 6 stops in between, and costs 45 baht per person.