You can find on this page the Bangkok (Krung Thep) trains map to print and to download in PDF. The Bangkok (Krung Thep) trains map presents the rail network and railway stations of the trains of Bangkok (Krung Thep) in Thailand.
The Bangkok (Krung Thep) rails map shows all the railway stations and lines of Bangkok (Krung Thep) trains. This railway map of Bangkok (Krung Thep) will allow you to easily plan your route with the trains of Bangkok (Krung Thep) in Thailand. The Bangkok (Krung Thep) rails map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
The State Railway of Thailand has also been given approval to complete the Dark Red and Light Green lines as you can see in Bangkok (Krung Thep) rail map. Alongside, MRT has also begun construction on two new lines, the Purple line from Bang Yai to Bang Sue, and the Blue line from Hua Lampong to Bang Khae and Bang Sue to Tha Pra. For intercity travel by train, most passengers begin their trips at Hua Lamphong at the southern end of the MRT. Here, trains connect Bangkok (Krung Thep) to Malaysia in the south, Chiang Mai to the north, and Nong Khai to the northeast and beyond to Laos. When viewing the map, not all MRT and BTS lines stop at every station. Currently, the blue MRT line goes from Hua Lampong to Asok. The two Bangkok (Krung Thep) BTS lines extend from Mo Chit to On Nut, and from National Stadium to Wongwian Yai. This line final stop used to be Saphan Taksin station but has subsequently been extended across the Chao Phraya River to Wongwian Yai. Stations with BTS/MRT interchange are Mo Chit, Sala Daeng, and Asok.
The Airport Rail Link (ARL) of Bangkok (Krung Thep) is a sub-urban train service that takes you directly from Suvarnabhumi Airport to the city center (directly to Phaya Thai BTS Skytrain station) and vice versa as its shown in Bangkok (Krung Thep) rail map. There are three services: City Line train, Phaya Thai Express and Makkasan Express. The City Line trains departs at every 20 minutes and stops at all stations on the way to and from the airport. The total travel time between Phaya Thai terminal station and the airport is approximately 30 minutes. The maximum fare on this local route is 45 baht. Phaya Thai Express is a non-stop service between Phaya Thai station and the airport. Trains depart every 30 minutes and the travel time is 17 minutes. Makkasan Express is another non-stop service between Makkasan City Air Terminal and the airport. The fare for the two express routes is 90 baht each way and 150 baht round trip. The round trip ticket valids for 2 weeks after purchase.
Bangkok (Krung Thep) Metropolitan Rail Transit feels a bit slower than the Skytrain, but it is every bit as useful. Over 400,000 daily passengers use the subway for avoiding traffic on the surface. The MRT currently has two lines: the Blue Line (the busiest) and the Purple Line as its mentioned in Bangkok (Krung Thep) rail map. The interchange for the Blue Line and Purple Line is Tao Poon Station. Hours: Bangkok (Krung Thep) MRT runs from approximately 6 a.m. until midnight. Trains run every 5-10 minutes, depending on time of day. Fares: Prices are based on distance covered and range from 15-50 baht (between 45 cents and $1.60). An average-length journey will cost around a dollar or less. Ticketing: Ticketing machines for the MRT accept small denominations of Thai baht and vend an RFID token that is tapped for entrance to the platforms. The token must be surrendered to exit.