Mo Chit BTS station

Mo Chit Station (Thai: สถานีหมอชิต, pronounced [sā.tʰǎː.nīː mɔ̌ː t͡ɕʰít]) is a BTS Skytrain station, on the Sukhumvit Line in Chatuchak District, Bangkok, Thailand. The station is on the Phahon Yothin Highway between Soi Phahon Yothin 18 and Soi Phahon Yothin 20.[1] The station is named after the former Mo Chit Bus Terminal, which previously occupied the area, and was the northern terminus of the Sukhumvit Line until 9 August 2019 when Ha Yaek Lat Phrao BTS Station opened.

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Mo Chit

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Mo Chit BTS Station
General information
LocationChatuchak, Bangkok, Thailand
Coordinates13°48′9.30″N 100°33′13.80″E / 13.8025833°N 100.5538333°E / 13.8025833; 100.5538333
Owned byBangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA)
Operated byBangkok Mass Transit System
Public Company Limited
PlatformsSide platforms
Tracks2, 1 Spur Going to the Depot
Connections (Chatuchak Park)
Structure typeElevated
Other information
Station codeN8
Opened5 December 1999
Preceding station BTSbangkok.svg BTS Skytrain Following station
Ha Yaek Lat Phrao
towards Khu Khot
Sukhumvit Line Saphan Khwai
towards Kheha
Preceding station MRT (Bangkok) logo.svg Metropolitan Rapid Transit Following station
Phahon Yothin
towards Lak Song
MRT Blue Line
transfer at Chatuchak Park
Kamphaeng Phet
towards Tha Phra
Mo Chit Station Traditional sign

Nearby landmarksEdit

The station is connected to Chatuchak Park MRT Station which opened in 2004. Other nearby landmarks include BTS Depot, Chatuchak Park and Mo Chit Bus Station.


See alsoEdit


  1. ^ Into Asia - Sukhumvit Line Stations

External linksEdit

Coordinates: 13°48′9.30″N 100°33′13.80″E / 13.8025833°N 100.5538333°E / 13.8025833; 100.5538333