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Best known as the Skytrain, the capitol's first mass transit system is a quick way to get around. The system isn't very big, with only two lines, so it probably won't go exactly where you going, but it can cut a lot of time from a cross town trip. Single trip tickets cost 15 to 40 Baht (0.40 USD to 1.07 USD). One-day passes good for unlimited trips cost 120 Baht (3.21 USD). Multi-trip and stored value tickets are also available. Read more about how to purchase Skytrain tickets using the ticket machines.
- Mo Chit »
- Station is right outside Chatuchak Park, and a short distance from the Chatuchak weekend market.
- Saphan Kwai
- Nothing much to see here, except the remains of an old local red light district.
- Soi Aree, off Pahonyothin Road near this station, is yet another one of those areas of Bangkok inexplicably filled with trendy little shops and restaurants. There's nothing in particular to recommend here, and nothing larger that a supermarket to warrant a special trip to Aree.
- Sanam Pao
- Sanam Pao is the main army base in Bangkok, as well as home to the broadcast studios of the army controlled television station.
- Victory Monument »
- Phaya Thai »
- Ratchathewi »
- Siam Station
- This is the only interchange between the two Skytrain lines, and sits right in the middle of Bangkok's main shopping area.
- Chidlom »
- More shopping, plus easy access to the Siam Intercontinental, Holiday Inn and Grand Hyatt Hotels.
- Ploenchit »
- Nana »
- Asoke »
- Prompong »
- Thong Lo »
- Ekamai »
- Phra Kanong
- On Nut »
- Bang Chak »
- This is the closest station to the Jim Thompson Outlet store.
- Punnawithi »
- Udom Suk
- Bang Na
- BITEC exhibition center is a short walk from this station.
- From this station, it is just a short taxi ride to the Erawan Museum.
- National Stadium
- Right in front of the huge Mahboonkrong ('MBK') shopping mall, as well as near to the Jim Thompson House museum.
- The station is close to the Four Seasons Hotel, Anantara Serviced Apartments and the Grand Hyatt Erawan.
- Chong Nongsi
- Taksin Bridge
- Krung Thon Buri
- Wongwian Yai
See the official Bangkok Mass Transit System web site for additional information.