BRT Bangkok, Thailand – Affordable Transportation

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BRT Bangkok

BRT Bangkok: During rush hours in Bangkok, Thailand, public mass transits will be the best choice rather than getting stuck in the notorious traffic jams!

Baggage delivery service is an effective way to help streamline travel on public transport and is the best way to avoid the traffic.


What’s BRT Bangkok?

BRT is a type of public transportation that aims to solve the traffic problem in Bangkok, Thailand. Connecting to BTS, this smart mode of public transportation allows people of Bangkok to easily travel and more convenient.

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Transportation Bangkok

Traffic in Bangkok is problematic. Its citizens and travellers have to spend a lot of time on the road. Especially when it is in rush hour, you can stay in the middle of the traffic for more than 2 hours! This costs money and wastes your time significantly.

Bangkok has developed efficient public transportation to solve this problem. Most travellers are familiar with the BTS and MRT systems, however, less are aware that this also another choice; the BRT.

The BRT is a mixture of sky train transportation and road transportation. Since the BRT has its own lanes on the road that allows people to avoid traffic jam in this capital city. Moreover, the BRT bus is environmentally friendly and is also connected to the sky train, BTS system.

The BRT Station
The BRT Station

The BRT Station

The BRT offers up to 12 stations include ;

  • Sathorn Station
  • Arkan Songkhro Station
  • Technic Krungthep Station
  • Thanon Chan Station
  • Nararam 3 Station
  • Wat Dan Station
  • Wat Priwat Station
  • Wat Dokmai Station
  • Rama IX Bridge Station
  • Charoenrat Station
  • Ratchaphruek Station

along the road starting from Sathorn station to Ratchapruk station.  The connecting stations between the BRT and BTS sky train are at Sathorn station and Chong Nonsi station. For those who wish to continue the trip by using MRT, you can directly change from BTS Sala Daeng station and connect to MRT Si Lom station.

Affordable Transportation
Affordable Transportation

It’s Affordable

The price depends on the distance but it is still very cheap compared to other kinds of public transportation. Taxis can easily cost you around 300 to 400 THB and taking vans will cost you around 50 to 100 THB, but for BRT, you can spend less than 40 THB per trip! It is one of the best options if you are travelling to the riverbank of southern Bangkok.

Nevertheless, travelling with Bangkok public transportation is inconvenient when you carry lots of baggage. AIRPORTELs is your friendly option and we provide the best of the best baggage delivery between airports and hotels in Bangkok, Thailand. AIRPORTELs is the first baggage delivery service company in Thailand. In only 3 months, we have served more than 200 customers and more than 400 pieces of baggage were delivered safe and sound to either Suvarnabhumi Airport or Don Mueang Airport.


For more information about the BRT Bangkok service, please visit their website:


Recommend : AIRPORTELs Service

You can use AIRPORTELs by dropping your baggage at Asia hotel which is located next to Ratchathewi BTS station. At the AIRPORTELs service kiosk, you can simply drop off your baggage and our staff at the kiosk will help you quickly fill in some information, and you are ready to go!!

We aim to provide every traveller with the chance to enjoy the most of their trip and would like travellers to use public transportation at its best. 

For more information about AIRPORTELs luggage service, please contact us at

  • Suvarnabhumi counter at the basement at the airport station
  • Don Mueang Airport Terminal 2
  • MBK Center Counter, 6th Floor, Zone B
  • Terminal 21, Asoke, 1st floor, Japan zone
  • Central World, 1st Floor, Groove Zone (opposite Bangkok Bank)
  • Central Phuket Flores, G floor, (opposite Tourist Lounge)
  • Terminal 21, Pattaya 2nd floor, (Japan zone)

Or visit our website:

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Credit: aboutthailandliving, expatlifeinthailand

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