Phaya Thai BTS Station (N2)

Where to Stay, Shop and Eat Near Phaya Thai BTS Station

This station is your gateway to the beautiful heritage houses and museum at Suan Pakkad Palace, King Power Duty Free Mall and the Baiyoke Sky Hotel’s 360-degree revolving view deck. It also connects the BTS with the Airport Rail Link, which zips across the city to Suvarnabhumi Airport in just 15 minutes.

The Baiyoke Tower, which is a few minutes’ walk from Phaya Thai BTS Station, became famous in Bangkok when it opened in 1997 as Thailand’s tallest building, measuring nearly 1000 feet tall. As well as this huge tower, the surrounding area is popular for shopping, and the sprawling Pratunam Market can also be accessed from Phaya Thai BTS Station. This market specializes in cheap clothing, accessories and souvenirs. 

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Map of Phaya Thai BTS


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Bangkok Airport Link

Bangkok Airport Link

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Suvarnabhumi Airport

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What to Do Around Phaya Thai BTS Station

Baiyoke Tower

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Suan Pakard Museum

Suan Pakkad Palace

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Aksra Puppet Show

Aksra Puppet Show

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Where to Shop Around Phaya Thai BTS

Pratunam Market in Bangkok (Opposite Platinum Fashion Mall)

Pratunam Market

Pratunam Market is a major market selling clothes, shoes, and fashion accessories at wholesale prices. Enter and you Read More...

Platinum Shopping Mall in Bangkok

Platinum Fashion Mall

Platinum Fashion Mall is like an indoor version of the Chatuchak Weekend Market. It specializes in wholesale fashion Read More...

Thai Labour Museum

Thai Labour Museum

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