ChaoPhraya Express Boat Map and Guide

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Travelling with Chaophraya Express Boat is a good way to explore Bangkok and Chaophraya River. It connects with Tak Sin BTS Station at Sathorn Pier.

P.S. If you love traveling by boat, you will also love this fantastic floating marketing tour 🙂

What are the things you should know about Chaopraya Express Boat?

Chaophraya Express Boat Map

Chaopraya Express Boat Map
Chaopraya Express Boat Map

Operating Time

No Flag: Monday – Friday, 06.45 – 07.30 and 16.00 – 16.30

Orange Flag: Daily, 06.00 – 19.00

Green Flag: Monday – Friday, 06.10 – 08.10 and 16.05 – 18.05

Yellow Flag: Monday – Friday, 06.15 – 07.00, 08.00  – 08.20 and 17.00 – 17.30


No Flag: 10-14 Thai Baht

Orange Flag: 15 Thai Baht

Green Flag: 20-29 Thai Baht

Yellow Flag: 13-32 Thai Baht[/vc_column_text][vc_cta h2=”” h4=”Bangkokbits’ Tips on ChaoPhraya Express Boat Map and Guide” h4_font_container=”color:%23e26d25″ h4_use_theme_fonts=”yes” style=”custom” custom_background=”#f0f0f0″ custom_text=”#444444″ use_custom_fonts_h4=”true”]1. There are life preservers on each boat but there are not enough for everyone. So if you can’t swim you should avoid travelling with boats.

2. In case of emergencies, please call +6622357187 for water police.

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