BTS Samrong Station

The last run into Bangkok is at 10pm. If you’re an early bird, BTS Samrong opens its gates for the first round at 5:15 a.m. From the Eastern region, if your journey extends to Bangkok, Samrong BTS marks the starting point. Samrong BTS connects to the Sukhumvit Line and the BTS Yellow Line. Notably, there’s the 3 April 2017 (BTS) and the 3 June 2023 (MRT). Currently, the BTS network is under construction, extending the route to Bang Pu, promising increased convenience.

Table of Contents

BTS Samrong Station

Samrong BTS stands along Sukhumvit Rd. in Sam Rong Nua district, Samuth Prakan. Adjacent to the station is the Imperial department store. The station offers easy access to Samut Prakan Polytechnic College, with a swift ride on the BTS Green Line to Pak Nam Station, just in front of the college entrance. There is not many things to attract people such as the Wat Suthat Thepwararam or the Southern Curry at Sathorn.

BTS Samrong Station

Since the inception of BTS Samrong, travel has become significantly easier. On holidays, grab a one-day ticket and explore the city hassle-free. Morning delights include chicken rice at Saphan Taksin, while lunch beckons with fried pork and curry rice. Don’t forget to enjoy Phrom Phong Curry and explore Chatuchak Market before 11:00 p.m., then hop back on BTS Samrong to head home.


Life around the station is indeed convenient, with several restaurants nearby. Yot Khao Tom Porridge shop offers a variety of delicious options at reasonable prices. For accommodation, NAPA Hostel Samrong Station is a standout choice. Its cleanliness, friendly staff, and proximity to BTS Samrong and Imperial World Samrong make it a top pick. Tourist attractions like the Jim Thompson House Museum, The Grand Palace, and Lumphini Park are accessible via taxi or BTS ride from the area.


In conclusion, with upcoming connecting routes, travel will become even more convenient, potentially increasing the area’s land value. PS: A suggestion for the station would be to have stairs closer to the entrance for added accessibility. Lastly also see the MRT Bang Pho Station as well as the are around the BTS Pak Nam Station.




error: Content is protected !!