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Bangkok metro MRT Pink Line

What you need to know about the MRT Pink Line

The MRT is one of the metro operators in Bangkok. The MRT Blue Line was the first line opened in 2004 and since 2016, the network has been extended with a Purple Line, a Pink Line, the Pink Line and others will come soon.

The MRT Pink Line is an elevated monorail line that currently runs 34.5 kilometers and has 30 stations (see map). It extends into the northern part of Bangkok from the Nonthaburi Civic Center where it is connected to the MRT Purple Linein Pak Kret district (Nonthaburi) along the main east-west transport corridor of the Chaeng Wattana and Ram Intra roads to end in Minburi district (east of Bangkok). For a tourist, the main interest is that combined with the Purple Line you can get near Koh Kret Island (Yaek Pak Kret station).

For the MRT, passenger do not use tickets for single journeys but black tokens which can be purchased from vending machines which accept coins and notes. The price depends on the length of your journey. On the touch screen distributors, a network map allows you to choose the map of the line that interests you according to its color and to select your destination station. The fare is then determined according to your route. Don't forget to change the language to English with the button at the top of the screen. It will be simpler. You then just have to slide your coins or notes to pay and obtain your token. Once your journey is finished, the exit gate will ask you for your token again and will swallow it to put it back into circulation. So don't lose it!

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MRT Pink Line Stops

The MRT Pink Line is connected to the Purple Line at Nonthaburi Civic Center station, connected to BTS metro at Wat Phra Sri Mahathat station. map og mrt pink line bangkok

Bangkok MRT Pink Line

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Practical information

The line, opened on November 21th, 2023, is currently in the test phase (free of charge)
MRT Hotline: 02 624 5200
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