Bang Wa station

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Bang Wa station (Thai: สถานีบางหว้า, pronounced [sā.tʰǎː.nīː bāːŋ wâː]) is a rapid transit station on the BTS Silom Line and MRT Blue Line in Pak Khlong Phasi Charoen Subdistrict, Phasi Charoen District, Bangkok, Thailand. The station is on the Phet Kasem Interchange where Ratchaphruek cuts with Phet Kasem Roads. The station serves as an interchange station for BTS Silom Line and MRT Blue Line, providing direct interchange, but with separate fare and ticket systems for the two lines.[1][2][3]

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Bang Wa

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Mezzanine of MRT station with BTS station in the background
General information
LocationPhasi Charoen, Bangkok, Thailand
Coordinates13°43′14.25″N 100°27′28.33″E / 13.7206250°N 100.4578694°E / 13.7206250; 100.4578694Coordinates: 13°43′14.25″N 100°27′28.33″E / 13.7206250°N 100.4578694°E / 13.7206250; 100.4578694
Owned byBangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA)
Mass Rapid Transit Authority of Thailand (MRTA)
Operated byBangkok Mass Transit System
Public Company Limited
Bangkok Expressway and Metro Public Company Limited (BEM)
Other information
Station codeSilom line: S12
MRT Blue Line: BL34
Opened5 December 2013; 9 years ago (2013-12-05) (BTS Skytrain)
24 August 2019; 3 years ago (2019-08-24) (MRT Blue Line)
Preceding station BTSbangkok.svg BTS Skytrain Following station
Wutthakat Silom Line Terminus
Preceding station MRT (Bangkok) logo.svg Metropolitan Rapid Transit Following station
Phetkasem 48
towards Lak Song
MRT Blue Line Bang Phai
towards Tha Phra


Bang Wa station opened on 5 December 2013, the same day as the opening of Wutthakat station.[1] Initially, only served by Silom Line. The station is a terminal station for Silom Line.

The MRT section of the station opened on 24 August 2019 as part of the Blue Line extension.


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  1. ^ a b ขึ้นบีทีเอสไปบางหว้าฟรีถึง 16 ม.ค. 57 [Free extension cost for riding to Bang Wa until 16 January 2014]. Daily News (in Thai). 20 August 2012. Retrieved 21 June 2014.
  2. ^ coconutsbangkok (2019-08-23). "Visit 2 more MRT Blue Line stops free starting Saturday | Coconuts Bangkok". Coconuts. Retrieved 2019-08-25.
  3. ^ "เปิดให้ประชาชนทดลองใช้บริการรถไฟฟ้า สายสีน้ำเงินส่วนต่อขยาย". (in Thai). Retrieved 2019-08-25.

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