Getting Around Sukhumvit

Travel and Local Information Guide

Its staggering length and complex networks of interconnecting sois (lanes), means Sukhumvit can be daunting. Of course it's good to be intrepid, but rather than just heading out without a plan, having some idea of where you'd like to go and how is advisable.

Taxis, motorbike taxis, tuk-tuks or buses will all happily ferry you around, traffic permitting. However, undoubtedly the best way to tackle Sukhumvit is by Skytrain (BTS). The Sukhumvit line operates all the way from the start of Sukhumvit to On Nut (Sukhumvit Soi 79), and gliding high above the gridlock will save you a lot of time and energy. The Sukhumvit Underground (MRT) station intersects with the Skytrain at Asok, providing the perfect means to explore other areas.


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BTS Thong Lo

Thonglor is the meeting ground for Bangkokg’s young, urban and chic. It has a fascinating lineup of outdoor boutique malls as well as concept restaurants and bars. 
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BTS Nana

Nana looks its best after dark, and this station puts you right at the centre of Bangkok’s nightlife hotspots – the chic and trendy down Sukhumvit Soi 11, while the complete opposite in Sukhumvit Soi 4.

Stay at Grand Sukhumvit Hotel Bangkok | Shop at Nana Square | Eat at Bed Supperclub | See Nana Plaza |  Read More...

 

BTS Phrom Phong

Set in a culturally diverse neighbourhood, this station is your gateway to the maze of sois peppered with stand-alone shops, trend-setting restaurants and art galleries. Phrom Phong has a large concentration of Japanese and Korean expatriates.

Stay at Emporium Suites | Shop at The Emporium | See Benjasiri Park |  Read More...

BTS Ploen Chit

Surrounded by luxury hotel chains, serviced apartments and high-rise office buildings, this station gives you access to all the trendy bars and restaurants in Soi Ruan Rudee as well as Wireless Road.

Stay at Novotel Bankok Fenix Ploenchit | Shop at All Seasons Place | Eat at Hyde and Seek | See Goddess Tubtim Shrine |  Read More...

BTS Asoke

One of Bangkok’s busiest business district after Silom, Asoke is home to glass-and-steel office buildings, high-end serviced apartments, hotels and a range of stand-alone textile and furniture boutiques. It also connects with the MRT Sukhumvit Station.

Stay at Park Plaza Sukhumvit Bangkok | Eat at Long Table | See Kamthieng House @The Siam Society |  Read More...

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