This system comprises of two lines. The skytrain is ideal since it is extremely clean, extremely reliable, extremely fast as well as efficient. Prices too are reasonable. Furthermore the skytrain connects with the Mass Rapid Transportation Underground. An added advanatge for passengers is that signs present are both in Thai as well as English. Passengers should hold on to their tickets till they disembrak from the train.
The Skytrain reaches most major places in Bangkok, covering most of Sukhumvit, Silom, Ploenchit and Phiyathai roads, with one leg running from central Siam Square to the Chao Praya river, just next to the Shangri-la Hotel. Tickets range from 10 to 40 Baht. Ticket counter staff speak some English and are generally helpful.
The following hotels are on the Skytrain route or with stops very close by: Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit, Landmark, Amari Boulevard, JW Marriott, Grand Hyatt, The Regent, Le Meridien President, Swissotel, Novotel Siam Square, Novotel Bagna, Novotel Lotus, Pan Pacifc, Dusit Thani, Holiday Inn Crowne Plaza, Shangri-la, Peninsula, Imperial Queens Park, Rembrandt.
Timings: 6 A.M.- 12 A.M
Single Jouney ticket B10-40
One Day Pass B100
3 Day Pass B280
30 Rides Ticket B18 and above