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We took the train twice going to and from the night market. It was clean, spacious, and fast. The only downside though is they had a few ticket windows and few ticket machines. Do add more ticket machines or ticket windows for efficiency.
I think it’s a really useful service, it connects the main airport Suvarnabhumi International Airport (Bangkok) to the city in just 20-25 min. The service starts around 5 am finishing around 10 pm. The trains we got, were always in time . The last stop...More
Most stations have people who are able to speak some level of English which is helpful but even despite this if you do even a small level of research via Google maps before your journey this system is very easy to use and the locals...More
Very organised and easy to use for an English speaker. During rush hour there was no pushing though crowded. Clean. Some info suggests you will see loads from the windows as it is at high level; mostly you see sides of buildings and I wouldn't...More
All answers are spot on.I'm not sure about the tuk tuk though as many years ago, before the sky train, I asked tuk tuk drivers (in Sukhumvit area) and they hadn't a clue! Although there may be some switched on ones to... More
All answers are spot on.I'm not sure about the tuk tuk though as many years ago, before the sky train, I asked tuk tuk drivers (in Sukhumvit area) and they hadn't a clue! Although there may be some switched on ones to tourists now! Also they may have a habit of taking you to commercial premises en route! I got a taxi to Saphon Taksin and then the Express boat back then. I have been back since and used the sky train. By the way, you may as well visit the delightful Wat Pho which is opposite and consider checking out China town (the biggest China town in the world, depending on who you talk to!).