Which public transportation can pay Rabbit Card?
Rabbit Card is not only can be used at BTS Skytrain (deduct fare and trips system), but also used for payment at other public transport in Bangkok and up country. For instance, City Buses and Express boats.
The BTS SkyTrain operates on two lines;
The Sukhumvit Line:
The line starts from Kheha Samutprakan traveling via Sukhumvit Road through Bang Na Junction to Ploenchit Road, Rama I Road, Phyathai Road, Victory Monument, Paholyothin Road, Sanam Pao, Saphan Khwai, Chatuchak Park and ends at Kasetsart University Station.
The Silom Line:
The line starts from Ratchaphruek at the intersection with Phetchakasem Road, then passes along Ratchaphruek Road to the intersection with Wutthakat Road. The line then passes the Ratchada-Talat Phlu intersection to Tak Sin intersection, and then crosses the Chao Phraya River via Saphan Taksin to Sathorn Road. Curving left above Chong Nonsi, the line proceeds along Silom Road, passing Lumpini Park and on to Rajdamri Road. The line then curves left onto Rama I Road and interchanges with the Sukhumvit Line at Siam, before terminating at National Stadium Station.
Smart Bus, which can make a payment from Rabbit Card, operated in Bangkok, Nonthaburi, Chiangmai and Phuket. There are 7 routes;
- BRT (Bus Rapid Transit)
- Smart Bus
No.104 (Pak Kret – Mochit 2)
No.147 (Circle Kheha Thonburi)
No.150 (Pak Kret – Bangkapi)
No.167 (Kheha Thonburi – Lumpini Park)
- RTC City Bus
Chiangmai (R1, R2 and R3)
Nonthaburi No.6028 (Ratchaphruek – Tiwanon)
- Phuket Smart Bus
- Micro Bus Y70E (Mochit- Salaya)
- Minibus Pho Thong (Hatyai – Songkhla)
Express Boat, which can make a payment from Rabbit Card;
- Chao Phraya Tourist Boat
- Tha Maharaj – Tha Prachan boat
- Khlong Phasi Charoen Boat
- Chao Phraya Express Boat (Red Flag)