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  • Bangkok MRT is a website that gathers lists of hotels, shopping malls, restaurants and tourist attractions near Bangkok Subway for your choice.
  • There are 18 MRT stations along 20 kilometers of underground track, start from Hua Lamphong and end at Bang Sue station.
  • Hua Lamphong is the initiate station of Bangkok MRT, located on Rama 4 Road, not far away from Bangkok Railway Station.
  • Sam Yan Station is located on Rama 4 Road near the junction to Phayathai Road and Si Praya Road, not far away from ChulalongkornUniversity.
  • Si Lom Station is located on Rama 4 Road and is also the interchange station to BTS Sala Daeng.
  • Lumphini Statation is located at Rama 4-Wireless-Sathorn junction, next to Thai-Belgium Bridge, mostly surrounded by embassies and business buildings.
  • Khlong Toei Station is located on a low-key area of Rama 4 Road, surrounded by private properties and slum without shopping mall or interesting tourist attraction.
  • Queen Sirikit National Convention Center Station is located on Ratchadephisek Road, ragarded as a business area as surrounded by financial offices and national convention center that attract thousands of business men each year.
  • Sukhumvit Statio is one of the most popular MRT Stations as it is the interchange station with BTS Asok. located on Sukhumvit Road.
  • Petchaburi Station is situated at Asok-Petchaburi intersection along Asok-Din Daeng Road. It is the interchange station with Airport Rail Link (Makkasan Station).
  • Phra Ram 9 Station is situated at Rama IX intersection along Ratchadaphisek Road, surrounded by hotels and shopping malls.
  • Thailand Cultural Center Station is located on Ratchadaphisek Road, surrounded by shopping malls and interesting tourist attractions.
  • Haui Khwang Station is located on Ratchadephisek Road, surrounded by hotels, business buildings, no shopping mall or tourist attraction.
  • Sutthisan Station is located at Sutthisan intersection on Ratchadaphisek Road, mostly surrounded by private properties, business buildings, hotels, and government offices,
  • Ratchadaphisek Station is likely built to give traveling convenience to people who live or work in the area only, no shopping mall or any tourist attraction.
  • Lat Phrao Station is situated at Ratchada - Lat Phrao intersection mostly surrounded by the low-key residential neighborhood.
  • Phahon Yothin Station is located at Lat Phrao junction. It is in the busy area as surrounded by famous shopping malls, hotels, schools, and business towers.
  • Chatuchak Park Station is the interchage station with BTS Mo Chit Station, situated on Phahon Yothin Road right in front of Chatuchak Park.
  • Kamphaeng Phet Station is located opposite to Or Tor Kor Market on Khampheng Phet Road, surrounded by the crowded markets and shopping malls.
  • Bang Sue Station is the terminal of Bangkok MRT line, located next to Bang Sue Railway Station (Southbound).
  • MRT Route Map shows the direction of all 18 MRT stations and the interchange with other mass transits like BTS and Airport Rail Link.
  • MRT Fares are various according to age, budget and usage frequency of passengers. Minimum rateis only 8 baht and the maximum is 40 baht depends on distance.
  • There are 2 forms of MRT Tickets, which are Single Journey Token and Smart Cards for multiple journeys.
  • MRT Single Journey Token is an electronic plastic chip issued for all single-journey passengers.
  • MRT Smart Cards are classified into 2 types, which are Stored Value Cards and Perioud Passes to suit passenger's traveling behavior.
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