Gold Line trains are in Thailand


After facing a delay due to the pandemic, BTS monorail Gold Line is set to officially open to the public on 29th October 2020 as all 3 driverless trains have arrived in Thailand. 

According to The Nation, the trial period for the gold line will begin immediately so people can hop on it for free until the slated opening date, after which rides will cost ฿15 (~USD0.50)/person.

However, the specific date for the beginning of the trial period has not been mentioned.


To link with the green line


Image credit: BK Magazine

The first phase of BTS Gold Line that will open on the marked date consists of 3 stations Charoen Nakhon (ICONSIAM), Klong San (Taksin Hospital), and Krung Thon Buri – the latter of which links to the BTS Green Line.

As for the second phase, though the construction date is yet to be confirmed, will add another station to the route and connect to the MRT Purple Line. 

Image credit: Cultured Creature

Thanks to this new BTS route, we can now conveniently explore more cool cafes and restaurants along the vibrant Charoen Nakhon road.


Featured image adapted from: Bangkok Post and Living Pop

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