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Your Guide to the City Line Train from Suvarnabhumi Airport to central Bangkok

The Bangkok airport metro train, also known as the Airport Rail Link (ARL) railway line connects central Bangkok with Suvarnabhumi International Airport.  Many travelers find it a safe, inexpensive alternative to using the bus or taking taxi to or from the airport. However, for a family or couple with a lot of luggage a private transfer may be a better option.

Trains on the elevated, 28km long, City Line stop at six stations between the airport and downtown Bangkok. Journey time is approximately 26 minutes. This makes taking the train the quickest and most convenient way to travel in and out of Bangkok.  The trains operate between 05:30 – midnight daily.

Airport Link Suvarnabhumi

The City Line station is located on the Basement level at Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK). The Suvarnabhumi Airport Rail Link connects to the MRT subway at Makkasan Station (MRT Petchaburi Station) and the BTS Skytrain at Phayathai Station in Bangkok city centre.  Making it easy for users to get to their final destination by subway or overhead skytrain.

Please observe social distancing and keep 1 – 2 metres space from other passengers when queuing for tickets, waiting on the platform and whilst on the train.
Face masks are required for travel on Bangkok airport trains and all public transport in Thailand.

The Bangkok Airport train service is also used by commuters and workers at the airport, so can get busy during rush hour.  However, passengers getting on at the start of the metro route – either at the airport or at Phaya Thai station won’t have any problems getting a seat. If you want to get from the plane and through immigration and to the station as quickly as possible, using a Fast Track Pass is worthwhile investment.

Journey times on the city line trains

Bangkok Airport Rail Link Stations

The Airport Rail Link runs between Suvarnabhumi and Phaya Thai Station in downtown Bangkok. There are a total of eight stations in all.  Each is numbered from A1 to A8. 

The stations are: Suvarnabhumi Airport BKK A1 > Lad Krabang A2 > Ban Thap Chang A3 > Hua Mak A4 > Ramkhamhaeng A5 > Makkasan A6 (interchange with MRT Blue Line (Phetchaburi)) > Ratchaprarop A7 > Phayathai A8 (interchange with BTS Sukhumvit Line) 

Rail Link Station Tips

Makkasan Station

35 Baht fare. Makkasan Station was originally planned as a ‘city air terminal’. I.e. a major city centre station with airline check in facilities. That didn’t work out and so instead of being a bustling city air terminal it’s now a very large, very empty station.

But if you want to get to Sukhumvit Road as quickly as possible, then you should get off the Airport Rail Link at Makkasan Station. Then follow the signs to Petchaburi MRT (subway) station. It is only 200 metres walk away. Take the subway one stop to Asoke Station which is at the corner of Sukhumvit Soi 21. From here you can take the BTS Skytrain or possibly walk to your hotel.

Or if you are heading to Silom Road, you can also take the subway from Petchaburi MRT station to the stop at Saladaeng / Silom Rd.

Likewise if you are heading to Hua Lamphong Station, for example to take a train to the north of Thailand. Get off at Makkasan Station, then take the subway direct to Hua Lamphong. Easy.

Ratchaprarop Station

40 Baht fare. Get off at Ratchaprarop if you are staying in the Baiyoke tower or Pratunam area.

The station is within 200 metres walk of the Baiyoke Sky Hotel, Indra Regent. The Amari Watergate, Novotel Platinum and Centara Watergate are just 5 minutes further walk.

Phaya Thai Station

45 Baht fare. The busiest station, as it connects to Phaya Thai BTS station . So it’s easy to take the skytrain from here north towards Chatuchak market or south to the city centre .

For example, to Siam Square BTS which connects to the large malls in central Bangkok – Siam Centre, MBK, Siam Discovery, Siam Paragon, Central World etc.

Or stay on the train to head along Sukhumvit. Or change trains at Siam to head to Silom, Sathorn and across the river.

Airport Rail Link Fares and Tickets

There are 2 types of train tickets for the Bangkok airport train.  Single-trip tokens and pre-paid Smart Passes. Tourists can buy tokens at the station or buy a smart pass online in advance.  There are automatic, touch screen ticket (token) machines at all stations.  The machines accept coins and bank notes – Thai Baht only. 

Standard train fares are between 15–45 baht depending on distance.

Suvarnabhumi International Airport to Phayathai, Bangkok. (BTS skytrain interchange) fare is 45 baht.

Suvarnabhumi Airport to Makkasan Station (MRT subway interchange) fare is 35 baht.

Children under 12 years of age and also under 90cm in height travel free of charge.

Airport Link Ticket Machine

How to Buy Airport Rail Link Tickets

The Bangkok airport rail link ticket machines are in English and Thai language.  They are easy to use. To select English just touch the flag icon in the top right of the screen.

Then select your destination from the route map on screen. Finally, select the number of passengers.

The total fare will be calculated based on your input. Ticket machines accept 1, 5 & 10 Baht coins or 20, 50, 100 & 500 Baht. Insert coins and / or banknotes into dedicated slots. 

When the amount inserted reaches the required fare, your token, and any change due, will drop into the tray below.

Turnstile token ARL

The plastic tokens are in various colors.  Don’t worry if you and a friend have different colored tokens for the same journey. The color isn’t important.

To enter the platform, tap your token on a sensor pad on the turnstile.  When you exit the station at your destination, you deposit the token in a slot on the turnstile gate.

Alternatively, you can buy your ticket online in advance. This is a little cheaper and will also save you having to exchange money at the airport and then also queueing for change to use in ticket machines. You just pick up your ticket from the Klook booth near the turnstile and tap it on the turnstile to enter the station. Easy.

If you’re heading into Bangkok and connecting with the BTS, buy a stored value Rabbit Card. No more queuing at BTS stations for tickets or coins. Simply tap your card on the turnstile and go. More details here.

Bangkok Airport Rail Link FAQs  

How much is the train from BKK Airport to the city?

Airport Rail Link Fares. One way ticket prices for the City Line metro trains are from 15 – 45 Baht, depending on distance.  

From Suvarnabhumi Airport to the subway (MRT) interchange at Makkasan station is 35 Baht.  And to connect with the skytrain (BTS) at Phayathai station, the fare is 45 Baht.

Does Bangkok Skytrain go to Suvarnabhumi International Airport?  


However, passengers can take the BTS skytrain to Phaya Thai Station and then change to an airport link train.

It’s under 30 minutes from Phaya Thai to Suvarnabhumi Airport. City Line trains depart every 10 – 15 minutes to the airport. 

Train to Bangkok

How Long does the Bangkok Airport Rail Link Train take?

26 minutes

A fast, modern rail service connects Phaya Thai station in downtown Bangkok with Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK).  Trains stop at 6 stations between Phaya Thai and the airport. 

These City Line trains are a fast, convenient option to get in and out of central Bangkok.  They operate from 05:30 – midnight 7 days a week. 

In the past there was a non-stop, Express service, which only took 15 minutes. However, this was discontinued in 2015 and no longer operates.

How do I get from Bangkok Airport to the City by Train?

The fastest way is to use the Suvarnabhumi Airport Rail Link (ARL) train. The City Line is the quickest way to travel between Suvarnabhumi Airport and central Bangkok.

The train station at Suvarnabhumi (BKK Airport) is in the Basement level of the passenger terminal.  

Get off the train at the station closest you tour hotel and then take a taxi to your destination. Alternatively, the airport rail link also connects to the BTS skytrain and MRT subway in central Bangkok. 

How much is Train from Suvarnabhumi Airport?

A one way ticket for the Suvarnabhumi Airport Rail Link train is 45 Baht per person from the airport to Bangkok city centre. 

How do I use the Airport Rail Link in Bangkok?

The Arrivals area is on the second floor at Suvarnabhumi Airport.  From there take the elevator down to the Basement level and follow the signs for ‘Train to City’.  The rail link station is clearly marked. 

Buy your ticket from an automatic machine by the turnstiles.  Trains operate from early morning until midnight daily.

Can Suvarnabhumi rail link tickets be bought in advance?

Yes.  They are available online at discounted prices.

Purchasing your ticket in advance will also save you time exchanging money, getting small change for the machines and queuing at the ticket counter. 

Buy your airport rail link ticket in advance, collect it from the booth near the station and use it at the turnstile.  Simple 😊

Does the Airport Link go to Don Meuang?

However as of August 2022, Don Meaung airport, which lies to the north of the city centre, is served by new ‘Red line’ trains.  The service currently operates between Bang Sue Grand Station and Don Meuang, however it will be expanded in the coming year. More details here.  

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Arriving at 01:00 is on the “back-side” of the late evening arrivals rush.. So it’s still rather busy, but is beginning to slowing down.. Most of the central and South intra-Asia flights will already be in as well as both US-based carriers will have already arrived… You’ll have few north Asia arrivals past 00:00 in addition to TG’s late night long haul arrivals.

Is it necessary? No. Can it be useful? Yes.. As with all “is it worth it?” type questions, it’s very much subjective to how you value your time and money.

The THB1200 fee (for the first person only, it’s another THB750 more for each additional person) includes a golf-cart like ride from your arrival gate to the Immigration inspection area and usually admission to the fast-track line.. Depending on the passenger load at that specific time the fast-track can be a plus or it can be a no-value added proposition– just depends on how many people are there at that moment… The golf cart ride saves yourself a solid :10+/- walk to the customs hall..

The “meet & greet” service will also pull your bags off the belt and place them onto a bag cart for you. The carts are free for everyone, so the “service” in that respect is someone else lifting your bags off the belt to the cart and not you. They will also push the cart to and thru Customs inspection. There is no fast-track for customs control.. only red/green lane.

They will also escort you to your ground transportation option– be that to the taxis on the first floor or to a pre or post arranged ride into town..

I’m not against the service.. However, in my own opinion, when you compare it’s cost to what services you get, the necessity for it and the real expected time savings invloved– I just don’t see it as being a very good value proposition… I just don’t think that the overall Bangkok airport experience is one where having a premium meet & greet service at 1200 for the first person is “worth it”.. The airport is laid out well and is easy to understand and navigate from an arriving international passenger perspective.

But again, that’s very much a value driven analysis on how *I* chose to spend my money and how I value my time

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