Bangkok Mass Transit System, also known as Bangkok BTS or SkyTrain, is one of the most convenient ways to travel around Bangkok as it helps to escape chaotic and often jammed traffic in the city. You can go to many tourist points and explore the city in a short time with Bangkok BTS One-Day Pass.

Bangkok BTS One-Day Pass

BTS One-Day Pass allows you to take BTS SkyTrain for unlimited rides within the operating hours on the day of activation. You can freely move around major areas in downtown Bangkok, especially Siam, Silom and Sukhumvit, where many hotels, restaurants, shopping malls, sightseeing spots and nightlife venues are located.

Bangkok BTS One-Day Pass Price

BTS One-Day Pass price is 150 THB and it is non-refundable when you buy this pass at the BTS ticket counter.

However, you can get it at a lower price when booking online here: Bangkok BTS Skytrain One-Day Pass

Usually, the price of a one-way BTS ticket costs 17 - 47 THB per journey. The price of BTS One-Day Pass will be much lower than the cost of one-way tickets if you use BTS SkyTrain a lot during the day. When you are planning to travel around the city a lot, BTS One-Day Pass will be very cost-effective and you will not only be saving money, but also time that you would be wasting in the queue at BTS ticket vending machines or counters.

Where to buy Bangkok BTS One-Day Pass

Bangkok BTS One-Day Pass tickets cannot be purchased at ticket vending machines but you can buy this type of Bangkok BTS ticket at the counter of any BTS SkyTrain station.

You can easily book the ticket online in advance at a cheaper rate than you would pay when buying directly at BTS station. Discounted tickets can be booked here: Bangkok BTS SkyTrain One-Day Pass

When booking online, BTS One-Day Pass can be conveniently collected at Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) or CentralWorld shopping mall.

Is Bangkok BTS One-Day Pass Worth it?

BTS SkyTrain One-Day Pass is the best solution for those who will be in Bangkok for a day and mainly want to visit tourist destinations along the BTS SkyTrain line during the day. You don't have to exchange money to buy a ticket when booking the pass online, and you don't have to queue at the ticket booth or ticket vending machine letting you pass easily, that is especially important during peak hours.

If you stay in Bangkok for 2 or more days and need multi-day tickets, you can just simply buy multiple 1-day tickets according to the number of days you are going to use it and just activate your BTS One-Day Pass on the day you want to use the pass.

Those who plan to stay in Bangkok for a longer time can save time by getting a BTS SkyTrain Rabbit Card, a top up card that lets you to avoid purchasing individual tickets for every ride. For more information about this type of BTS ticket check Bangkok Rabbit Card

Rabbit Card

BTS Routes with BTS One-Day Pass

With BTS One-Day Pass, you can travel between all BTS stations in Bangkok. There are two bustling lines in Bangkok, Sukhumvit Line (light green) and Silom Line (dark green) with a total of 60 stations and you can transfer between them at Siam Station. Sukhumvit Line begins at Kheha Station and ends at Khu Khot Station, while the Silom Line begins at Bang Wa Station and ends at National Stadium Station.

BTS One-Day Pass cannot be used on other Bangkok’s light rail systems such as MRT metro (underground train system), Airport Rail Link (train connecting Suvarnabhumi Airport with the city center), MRT Yellow Line (new line in the eastern part of the city), MRT Pink Line (new line in northern Bangkok), Gold Line (train to ICONSIAM) or SRT Red Line (new line connecting Don Mueang Airport with the city).

Top Attractions near BTS SkyTrain

BTS SkyTrain connects many attractions that you will find in the list of must-visit places in Bangkok. Find some of the top attractions that are accessible by BTS SkyTrain and plan your visit in advance.

Bangkok BTS Operating Hours

Daily 06:00 - 23:59


Bangkok BTS SkyTrain at Phaya Thai Station connects with Airport Rail Link (ARL) train to Suvarnabhumi Airport.

Bangkok BTS SkyTrain connects with Bangkok Subway Train (MRT) at Mo Chit Station, Asok Station and Sala Daeng Station.

Bangkok BTS SkyTrain also connects with MRT Yellow Line at Samrong Station, with Gold Line (train to ICONSIAM) at Krung Thon Buri Station and with MRT Pink Line at Wat Phra Sri Mahathat Station.

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