Sukhumvit Line

The BTS Sukhumvit Line is a well-known skytrain route of the BTS Skytrain in Bangkok which starts in Mo-Chit at the Mo Chit Bus terminal and moves through Bangkok on an elevated rail through the central business district of Bangkok  to the BTS On Nut Station where it ends. See also the Silom Line in Thailand.

Sukhumvit Line

Construction:

  • 5 Dec 1999: Sukhumvit Line: BTS Mo Chit Station – BTS On Nut Station;
  • 5 Dec 1999: Silom Line: BTS National Stadium Station – BTS Saphan Taksin Station
  • 15 May 2009: Silom Line: BTS Saphan Taksin Station – BTS Wong Wian Yai Station
  • 12 Aug 2011: Sukhumvit: BTS On Nut Station  – BTS Bearing Station
  • 12 Jan 2013: Silom Line: BTS Wong Wian Yai Station – BTS Pho Nimit Station – BTS Talat Phlu Station
  • 5th Dec 2013: Silom Line; BTS Wuttakat Station; BTS Bang Wa Terminus Station
See also  BTS Victory Monument

Sukhumvit Line

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BTS Mo Chit Station Skytrain

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BTS Saphan Khwai Station

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BTS Ari Station Skytrain

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BTS Sanam Pao station

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BTS Victory Monument Station

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BTS Phaya Thai Station

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BTS Ratchathewi Station

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BTS Siam Station

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BTS Chit Lom Station

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BTS Phloen Chit Station

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BTS Nana Station

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BTS Asok Station

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BTS Phrom Phong Station

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BTS Thong Lo Station

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BTS Ekkamai Station

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BTS Phra Khanong Station

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BTS On Nut Station

 

You will note that there is also the BTS Mo Chit Station as well as other businesses which are around these stations. These include the Terminal 21 and Route 66 Club as well as the Ekkamai Bus Station if you are going to use the long distance busses. You will need to check where the busses go as the one station goes to Northern Thailand while the other goes to Southern Thailand. This would include those who like to take the bus to Pattaya. From the airport to the BTS station you can easily take the bus to Pattaya. Many people like to do this as they dont want to sit in a taxi after getting off the plane.

Search this website for a note on most of the train stations in Bangkok. See also where you can go for breakfast or which hotel you can then stay at. This is the Sukhumvit line in Bangkok so you can also look at the other lines in Bangkok. This includes the MRT underground system. The search bar is on the right of this website.

See also  BTS Saphan Khwai Station

 

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