From the official opening of the previous service MRTA (Mass Rapid Transit Authority of Thailand) Blue Sky Train Hua Lamphong Station – Lak Song Bangkok city, Thonburi, which opened on July 29, 2019, serves the general public and foreign tourists ( free to use 5 stations from Dragon Temple, Kamalawat – Tha Phra Station ) but if used from Hua Lamphong Station, collect fees 16 baht bus begins service from 29 July to 28 September 2562 for 2 months in the period between 10:00 to 16:00 hrs. on 13 August 2562, the MRTA. BEM extended and opened to the public beach. Trial Blue Line extension. (Dragon Temple Station – Tha Phra Station) from 07.00 – 21.00 hrs. >> After 28 September 2019, the fare will be collected according to the distance of 16-42 baht.
Free use of 5 stations until 28 September 2019 from Dragon Temple Kamalawat – Tha Phra Station. If using from Hua Lamphong Station, collect fare 16 baht.
- People can request a free ticket at the ticket office where the staff is in charge.
- Can use the automatic coin issuance machine (ask the official if you don’t understand the usage)
- For ticket holders, if traveling between 5 stations, the device will not cut money in the card in any way.
- For those traveling from Hua Lamphong – Bang Sue Will have to pay the fare according to the distance 16-42 baht
- Those traveling from the Purple Line (Khlong Bang Phai-Tao Poon) will pay a maximum fare of 70 baht as before.
Blue BTS, Hua Lamphong Station – Lak Song
- Hua Lamphong Station
- Dragon Temple Station > Free use from 29 July – 28 September 2019
- Sam Yod Station > Free service from 29 July – 28 September 2019
- Sanam Chai Station > Free use from 29 July – 28 September 2019
- Independence Station > Free service from 29 July – 28 September 2019
- Tha Phra Station > Free use from 29 July – 28 September 2019
- Bang Phai Station
- Bang Wa Station
- Phetkasem 48 Station
- Phasi Charoen Station
- Bang Khae Station
- Two main stations
Note : After 28 September 2019, all stations will be available and the fare will be collected according to the distance of 16-42 baht.
The MRTA invites the tourists to travel to Bangkok on the side of the city to sit and stop by the popular station. And the top of the train tunnel under the Chao Phraya River MRTA Blue Line MRT Extension Extension Hua Lamphong – Lak (Bang Khae) Tourist Route along the four BTS stations
from Hua Lamphong Station Head to ” Dragon Temple Station ”
(only 1 station from Hua Lamphong Station) | Gate 3 exit station
on Charoen Krung Road Come to see Leng Nei Yi Temple | walk out to turn right Go straight about 200 meters and you will reach the entrance of the Dragon Temple or Leng Nei Yi Temple and come 150 meters to reach the source of Yaowarat.
from Hua Lamphong Station Heading to the ” Sanam Chai Station ” station Together
from Hua Lamphong Station Heading to the station ” Sam Yod Station ” | is a connecting point to the Pahurat trading area, Sampeng and Khlong Thom.
from Hua Lamphong Station Heading to the station ” Independence Station ” Wanglang, Prannok Market,
project will start at the Hua Lamphong MRT Station. Go along the Rama 4 road through Charoen Krung Road, Wang Burapa, Sanam Chai Road and pass under the Chao Phraya Water. Through the freedom road Before changing to an elevated route Up on the ground at Tha Phra Station And continue running along Petchkasem Road Until the two main stations in front of The Mall Bang Khae
There is a fare of 16 – 42 baht only.
Free service 5 stations from the Dragon Temple Kamalawat – Tha Phra Station beginning 28 July – 29 September 2019.