The MRT (Mass Rapid Transit Authority of Thailand) Pink Line is an elevated mass rapid transit line (monorail train) in Bangkok and Nonthaburi Province, Thailand. The monorail is 34.5 km long and contains 30 stations. It runs in the northern part of the city from Minburi District in east Bangkok, along Ram Inthra Road, to Chaeng Watthana Road and Tiwanon Road in Pak Kret District, Nonthaburi (northwest Bangkok), ending at the Nonthaburi Civic Center.
MRT Pink line project is elevated straddle type monorail transit which designed to accommodate travel demand of the northern Bangkok between Min Buri district and Nonthaburi. The route start from are near to the Nonthaburi Civic Center and Khae Rai intersection on Rattanathibet road. The first station was connected to the Purple line MRT (Bang Yai – Bang sue). The route head along Tiwanon road to Pak Kret section, then turn right and head along Chaeng Watthana road, passing Muang Thong Thani, government complex commemorating his Majesty and Lak Si intersection which connected to Dark red line. Continuing crossing Don Muang Tollway and head along Ramindra Road crossing and interchange with Green line (Mo Chit – Saphanmai) at Wat Prasrimahathat station. Then, the route continue along Ramindra road crossing Chalong Rat expressway at Watcharaphon intersection and reaches Min Buri intersection. Crossing Ramkhamhaeng road and reaching terminal station at Ramkhamhaeng-Rom Klao intersection, passengers can connect to MRT Orange Line (Taling Chan – Min Buri). The entire length of the Pink Line contains the distance of 34.5 kilometers.
30 stations connecting Nonthaburi to the Northeastern part of Bangkok — the MRT Pink Line provides ease of access for a lot of suburban residential zones running along the line, as well as cultural sites and a few notable spots for food and drink. So if you’re making plans, let us throw you a few ideas.
Jog in the Makut Rommayasaran Park
Station: Nonthaburi Civic Centre
Attend concerts at Impact Muang Thong Thani without the traffic stress
Station: Muang Thong Thani
Impact Muang Thong Thani is perfect for many visiting artists and performers to show off their talents to Thai fans, but sometimes, we think it’s just better to miss the chance to see them in person than to even bother going there. This is due to the traffic jams, the sheer distance, and the lack of public transportation. Now, thanks to the MRT Pink Line, it’s just a short motorcycle taxi ride from the station.
Embark on a cultural tour at Wat Phra Mahathat Woramahawihan
Station: Wat Phra Sri Mahathat
Initially intended to be called Wat Prachathipatai (translating to the Temple of Democracy), this is the first temple ever built by the state after the Siamese revolution of 1932. As such, this place is deemed as historically significant for being a symbol of victory over conservative royalists, as well as the beginning of the efforts made by the People’s Party. History buffs may enjoy taking a stroll through the temple complex.
Learn about the famed, unmatched justice system of Thailand at the Administrative Court Museum
Station: Government Complex
You can learn all the Thai government system at the Administrative Court Museum, located on the second floor of The Administrative Court of Thailand.
Shop local ingredients for your next home-cooked feast at Minburi Market
Station: Minburi Market
The wet market a brief walk away from the MRT station is filled with a lots of ingredients you can get your hands on for your next homecooked feast, from top-quality limes to whole chickens. A great place to check out for any home cook.