Shopping Malls and Markets that connect with BTS and MRT

With countless malls and markets, Bangkok is known as a shopper’s paradise which gives you a variety of shopping experience. You can find everything you have ever wanted and more here. So, some said Bangkok is a city for shopaholic.


However, this city is also famous for traffic jams. People always allow plenty of time while traveling on the road in Bangkok especially in the rush hours such as 7.00 to 9.00 or 17.00 to 20.00. If you are going to the shopping malls, be prepare to not only spend much time on the road, but also spend much time finding a car park space in car parking in shopping malls.

With severe traffic congestion problem, BTS Sky Train and MRT subway have become widely used because of their efficiency, safety, comfort and punctuality. And today I am going to recommend you the shopping places that connect (or take not more than 20-minute walk) with BTS and MRT.

You can get to know the BTS and MRT system by reading a guide to BTS Sky Train and a guide to MRT Subway. The guide provides you important information such as routes and map, service hours, tickets and fairs.


BTS Sky Train: Sukhumvit line

N8-Mo Chit (interchange with Chatuchak Park MRT)

Chatuchak Weekend Market, Jatujak Green

N7-Saphan Khwai

Big C Saphan Khwai

N3-Victory Monument

Shopping places round Victory Monument, Century the Movie Plaza


Platinum Fashion Mall, Pratunam Market


Siam square, Siam Discovery, Siam Center, Siam Paragon, Siam Square One, Digital Gateway, CentralWorld

E1-Chit Lom

Central Chitlom, Gaysorn Plaza, Amarin Plaza, CentralWorld, Big C Rajadamri, Platinum Fashion Mall, Pratunam Market

E2-Phloen Chit

Central Embassy


Nana Night Market

E4-Asok (interchange with Sukhumvit MRT)

Terminal21, Robinson Sukhumvit

E5-Phrom Phong



Gateway Ekkamai

E9-On Nut

Tesco Lotus On Nut, Onnut Night Market

BTS Sky Train: Silom line

W1-National Stadium

MBK Center, Tesco Lotus Rama I


Peninsula Plaza

S2-Sala Daeng (Interchange with Si lom MRT)

Silom Complex, Patpong Market, Lalai Sap Market

S3-Chong Nonsi

Lalai Sap Market

S6-Saphan Taksin (interchange with Sathorn Pier)

Robinson Bangrak


Kamphaeng Phet

Chatuchak Weekend Market

Chatuchak Park (interchange with Mo Chit BTS)

Chatuchak Weekend Market

Phahon Yothin

Central Lad Phrao, Union Mall

Thailand Cultural Centre

The Esplanade

Phra Ram 9

Central Plaza Rama 9, Fortune Town

Sukhumvit (interchange with Asok BTS)

Terminal21, Robinson Sukhumvit

Si lom (interchange with Sala Daeng BTS)

Silom Complex, Patpong Market, Lalai Sap Market

Sam Yan

Chamchuri Square

See? With BTS and MRT, you can shop around Bangkok. Enjoy shopping!

Have you ever been to Bangkok? Have you ever used BTS Sky Train or MRT Subway? How were your shopping experiences? Share them with me in the comment!

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