Transportation in Bangkok Bangkok hustle and bustle is made easy with the sky train which is 100 metres from hopeland executive residence , but to get the true feel of this ancient and wonderous city it is highly recommended to take a ‘tuk tuk’ which is a three wheeled open taxi and the drivers will take you wherever you desire. The city’s taxis are found on every street and run by the meter starting at 35 baht.
The skytrain BTS is probably the easiest and most efficient way to travel in Bangkok being both clean and convenient. BTS stations are situated in most commercial and business districts, for example Silom, Sukhumvit and Sathorn. The sky train runs on 2 lines; one is from Mo Chit station to On Nut station and one is from National stadium station to Saphan Taksin station. You are able to transfer between these lines at Siam station. The Fare is between10 to45 Baht. If you are staying in Bangkok for a long period it is recommended to buy a smart pass which is considerably cheaper. More information can be found at: http://www.bts.co.th
Taxis can be found on every street in a range of colours and have a taximeter sign on the roof. The fare starts from 35 baht and increases by 2 baht every couple of kilometres. However all charges exclude Express Way Fee.