Silom Line

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Silom Line or formally The Elevated Train in Commemoration of HM the King's 6th Cycle Birthday 2nd line is a route of the BTS Skytrain in Bangkok, Thailand.wikipedia
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BTS Skytrain

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Silom Line or formally The Elevated Train in Commemoration of HM the King's 6th Cycle Birthday 2nd line is a route of the BTS Skytrain in Bangkok, Thailand.
The system consists of 43 stations along two lines: the Sukhumvit Line running northwards and eastwards, terminating at Ha Yaek Lat Phrao and Kheha respectively, and the Silom Line which serves Silom and Sathon Roads, the central business district of Bangkok, terminating at National Stadium and Bang Wa.

Sukhumvit Line

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It runs eastward from the National Stadium Station in Pathum Wan District over Rama I Road and interchanges with the Sukhumvit Line at Siam BTS Station, then turns southward, following Ratchadamri, Si Lom, Narathiwat Ratchanakharin and Sathon Roads to Taksin Bridge where it crosses the Chao Phraya River and terminates at Bang Wa Station in Phasi Charoen District.
From the central Siam Station, where it connects with the Silom Line, the line runs both northwards along Phaya Thai and Phahon Yothin Roads to Ha Yaek Lat Phrao in Chatuchak District, and eastwards along Rama I, Phloen Chit and Sukhumvit Roads, through Bang Na District to Kheha Station in Samut Prakan.

Siam BTS station

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It runs eastward from the National Stadium Station in Pathum Wan District over Rama I Road and interchanges with the Sukhumvit Line at Siam BTS Station, then turns southward, following Ratchadamri, Si Lom, Narathiwat Ratchanakharin and Sathon Roads to Taksin Bridge where it crosses the Chao Phraya River and terminates at Bang Wa Station in Phasi Charoen District.
The largest and busiest station on the BTS with 40,000–50,000 passengers per day, it is where passengers on the Sukhumvit and Silom Lines change trains.

Bang Wa BTS station

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It runs eastward from the National Stadium Station in Pathum Wan District over Rama I Road and interchanges with the Sukhumvit Line at Siam BTS Station, then turns southward, following Ratchadamri, Si Lom, Narathiwat Ratchanakharin and Sathon Roads to Taksin Bridge where it crosses the Chao Phraya River and terminates at Bang Wa Station in Phasi Charoen District. The remaining two stations Wutthakat (S11) and Bang Wa (S12) were opened on 5 December 2013.
Bang Wa station is a BTS skytrain station, on the Silom Line in Phasi Charoen District, Bangkok, Thailand.

Talat Phlu station

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The second station of the extension, Talat Phlu (S10) opened on 14 February 2013.
Talat Phlu station is a BTS skytrain station, on the Silom Line in Thon Buri District, Bangkok, Thailand.

National Stadium BTS station

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National Stadium station is a BTS Skytrain station on the Silom Line in Pathum Wan District, Bangkok, Thailand.

Pho Nimit BTS station

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The first station of extension, Pho Nimit (S9) opened on 12 January 2013.
Pho Nimit BTS station is a BTS skytrain station, on the Silom Line in Khwaeng Bukkhalo, Thon Buri District, Bangkok, Thailand.

Wutthakat BTS station

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The remaining two stations Wutthakat (S11) and Bang Wa (S12) were opened on 5 December 2013.
Wutthakat BTS station is a BTS skytrain station, on the Silom Line at Thon Buri and Chom Thong District boundary, Bangkok, Thailand.

Sathon Road

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It runs eastward from the National Stadium Station in Pathum Wan District over Rama I Road and interchanges with the Sukhumvit Line at Siam BTS Station, then turns southward, following Ratchadamri, Si Lom, Narathiwat Ratchanakharin and Sathon Roads to Taksin Bridge where it crosses the Chao Phraya River and terminates at Bang Wa Station in Phasi Charoen District.
The Silom Line of the BTS Skytrain also runs along most part of this road with stations Surasak and Saphan Taksin.

Si Lom

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It runs eastward from the National Stadium Station in Pathum Wan District over Rama I Road and interchanges with the Sukhumvit Line at Siam BTS Station, then turns southward, following Ratchadamri, Si Lom, Narathiwat Ratchanakharin and Sathon Roads to Taksin Bridge where it crosses the Chao Phraya River and terminates at Bang Wa Station in Phasi Charoen District.
It connects with the Sala Daeng Station on the Silom Line of the BTS Skytrain.

Saphan Taksin BTS station

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Saphan Taksin station is a BTS skytrain station, on the Silom Line in Sathon District, Bangkok, Thailand.

Surasak BTS station

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Surasak station is a BTS skytrain station, on the Silom Line in Sathon District, Bangkok, Thailand.

Krung Thon Buri BTS station

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Krung Thon Buri station is a BTS Skytrain station, on the Silom Line in Khlong San District, Bangkok, Thailand.

Ratchadamri Road

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It runs eastward from the National Stadium Station in Pathum Wan District over Rama I Road and interchanges with the Sukhumvit Line at Siam BTS Station, then turns southward, following Ratchadamri, Si Lom, Narathiwat Ratchanakharin and Sathon Roads to Taksin Bridge where it crosses the Chao Phraya River and terminates at Bang Wa Station in Phasi Charoen District.
The area, served by the Ratchadamri Station of the BTS's Silom Line, is home to a large concentration of luxury condominiums and hotels, and has the most expensive condominium sell prices in Bangkok.

MRT Blue Line

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The MRT Chaloem Ratchamongkhon line or MRT Blue line is the first of Bangkok's MRT system and the city's third rapid transit line, following the Sukhumvit line and Silom line of the BTS Skytrain.

SRT Light Red Line

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Here, it would connect with the SRT Light Red line.

MRT Purple Line

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It opened for service on 6 August 2016 and is the second MRT line operated by BEM (formerly BMCL) and the city's fifth rapid transit line, following the Sukhumvit Line, Silom Line, MRT Blue Line, and Airport Rail Link.

Bangkok

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The BTS consists of two lines, Sukhumvit and Silom, with 43 stations along 51.69 km.

MRT Orange Line

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However, this plan was shelved back in 2009 and much of this route has been replaced by routing changes to the planned MRT Orange line.

Bangkok BRT

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Both termini connect to the Silom Line of the BTS Skytrain; at Chong Nonsi (S3) and at the newly opened Talat Phlu (S10).

Pathum Wan District

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It runs eastward from the National Stadium Station in Pathum Wan District over Rama I Road and interchanges with the Sukhumvit Line at Siam BTS Station, then turns southward, following Ratchadamri, Si Lom, Narathiwat Ratchanakharin and Sathon Roads to Taksin Bridge where it crosses the Chao Phraya River and terminates at Bang Wa Station in Phasi Charoen District.

Rama I Road

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It runs eastward from the National Stadium Station in Pathum Wan District over Rama I Road and interchanges with the Sukhumvit Line at Siam BTS Station, then turns southward, following Ratchadamri, Si Lom, Narathiwat Ratchanakharin and Sathon Roads to Taksin Bridge where it crosses the Chao Phraya River and terminates at Bang Wa Station in Phasi Charoen District.