If You need to reach some Bangkok attraction or place cheap and fast, use Skytrain and Metropolitan Rapid Transit (MRT).


How to travel in Bangkok – BTS Skytrain and MRT Subway

How to travel in Bangkok BTS skytrain MRT subway

From Sukhumvit Nana BTS station to Patpong by BTS Skytrain

Bangkok Skytrain operating hours: 6am till midnight. BTS is overcrowded during peak hours 7am – 9am and 4pm – 7pm.

I spent 25 baht for journey from Nana to Siam station (Siam Paragon shopping mall). Had to get out of the train at Siam station to turn to Silom line.

How to travel BTS MRT in Bangkok Sukhumvit Nana Silom

I arrived to BTS Siam at 18:15 and it was the most crowded station. Sala Daeng is my final destination, 22 THB from the Siam.

Another Bangkok attraction nearby is Lumpini Park

Way back to Sukhumvit from Silom Road using MRT underground

After visiting the Patpong night market and Thaniya street, I went to Silom MRT Subway satation (intersection of Rama IV Road and Silom Rd). The landmark of this place is Thai-Japanese friendship bridge. Costs is 23 baht to Asoke.

How to travel in Bangkok metro skytrain
Bangkok MRT operating hours: 6.00 – midnight.

Parts of video:
0:28 Nana BTS
2:54 Siam Station
4:52 Silom
7:17 Patpong
11:08 Thaniya Street
15:26 Back to Patpong
16:56 Silom MRT Station (Underground). Back to Sukhumvit
19:43 Asok

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