Especially if one of the best mass transit system in Bangkok called BTS (Bangkok Transit System) Skytrain is used.
It is cheap, effective, and you can quickly reach the most interesting regions in central Bangkok.
But on the whole Skytrain Bangkok are air-conditioned, they will be very appreciated during a warm day and often foggy in Bangkok.
Skytrain Bangkok run 6: 00-12: 00 daily.
Although the official closing time is midnight stations usually passengers will not be allowed in the resorts around 23:30.
So be sure to plan accordingly.
Climb the trains it is easy as the signs, maps and station stops are announced in English and more Thai.
And all actors in the cabin of the station are able to communicate in English too.
The Skytrain Bangkok has only 2 lines and run on train tracks high above the often congested roads of Bangkok:
Sukhumvit - This line will take you to the most popular malls in Bangkok.
Silom - This line goes to the commercial district of Bangkok and a station where you can take the riverboats Express for faster than the Grand Palace and Wat Pho trip.
At the time of writing the BTS train systems they are not too big, but it can lead to some of the most popular attractions such as Bangkok:
Jim Thompson House
Culture Centre Bangkok Art
Both BTS train lines are also able to get the most popular districts of visitors to the city nightlife as well:
Patpong - Take line Silom BTS Sala Daeng station
Nana - Take the Sukhumvit line to the BTS Nana
Soi Cowboy - Take the Sukhumvit line to the BTS Asok station
There are different types of fees that can be purchased as a single multi-pass.
If you know you will use both the BTS to move, it is best to buy a ticket mult step.
Multi-pass rates are stored with the amount deposited and deducted as a debit card.
This way you will avoid ticket lines during rush hours often agitated in some of the most popular tourist destinations as well.
Finally, if you really want to make the most of your holidays in Bangkok, it's best to stay in a hotel near a BTS station.
There are many hotels that are cheap and affordable to expensive luxury hotels nearby.
Take the Skytrain Bangkok is simply the best way to get around Bangkok.
The city has the reputation of one of the worst traffic jams in Southeast Asia.
Once you're in a sky train moving vehicle traffic down there, then you know why this popular means of transport are so many names.