The Bangkok Mass Transit System, commonly known as the BTS or the Skytrain (Thai: รถไฟฟ้า RTGS: rot fai fa), is an elevated rapid transit system in Bangkok, Thailand.
How much is the BTS in Bangkok?
Fares are adjusted every year or so – usually heading up rather than down. 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).
Is the BTS close today?
BTS SkyTrain operates daily from 06.00 – 24.00 hrs.
How do I pay BTS in Bangkok?
There are four ways to buy a ticket for the BTS skytrain. 1) The most common method and easiest for tourists is to simply insert coins into the ticket machines located just before the barriers. Beside each machine is a map showing your present location and the rest of the BTS stations.
How many people use BTS per day?
The system consists of 61 stations along three lines with a combined route length of 68.25 kilometers (42.41 mi). The BTS Sukhumvit Line running northwards and south-eastwards, terminating at Khu Khot and Kheha respectively.
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When did BTS go to Thailand?
On 6th and 7th April 2019, the worldwide BTS Love Yourself World Tour was at its last destination, that is Bangkok, Thailand.