Take a look at the tourist attractions along the Pink line electric train

On 21 November, Bangkok residents got a new electric train to use to help increase the convenience of the city people. The electric train is called the Pink Line. Today, ACU PAY will take you to Take a look at the tourist attractions along the Pink line electric train. If you’re ready, let’s go!

1. Muang Thong Thani

Muang Thong Thani Station is divided into 2 sub stations; MT01 Impact, Muang Thong Thani Station and MT02 Lake Muang Thong Thani station. This station is loved by those who love to go to concerts or events because they will no longer take a long time to go to Muang Thong Thani. 

2.Central Chaengwattana

Chaengwattana Station is home to a major shopping center, Central Chaengwattana, which has the concept “The Best Interactive Lifestyle Shopping Complex in Bangkok”. It is very modern and meets the lifestyle and activities of Bangkok residents. 

3.IT Square

IT Square is a shopping center selling IT and computer devices. Apart from IT devices, there are also restaurants and clothes shops. IT Square holds activities throughout the year as well. If you are looking for IT devices, IT Square is the best choice for you. You can get off at Rajabhat Phranakhon Station.

4. Peuan Deratchan Mini Zoo, Central Ramintra

Take a ride on the Pink Line electric train and get off at Ramintra 3 Station and you will see a gigantic shopping mall which was renovated at the beginning of this year. Most of the exhibited goods are handmade and also well-known brands for you to choose from. If you get off at the same station, you can go visit Peuan Deratchan Mini Zoo as well but you need to take a ride on buses to get there. This is a mini zoo open on Tuesday to Sunday from 11.00 am to 6.00 pm. There is no admission fee but you can donate a little to help animals because this zoo was established to help abandoned animals. 

5. Ichiba station

If there are any of you who would like to visit Ichiba Station, a japanese -style market, you can get off at this station. The marketplace will simulate the vibe including street, cherry trees, and Japanese comics. There are a lot of spots that you can take a good picture at and post on social media. You can get off at Ram Inthra Kor Mor 9 station. 

6. Siam Amazing Park

Traveling to Siam Amazing Park will not be difficult any more! Siam Amazing Park is one of the tourist attractions that gains a lot of attention and has been with Thai people for 43 years. In the past, its name was Siam Park City, but nowadays there is another name which is Siam Amazing Park. This place is a water amusement park divided into 5 zones. Anyone who is interested in visiting the park can get off at Nopparat station.

7.Minburi Market

Minburi Market is a large market where a lot of people come to shop. Around the market, there are shops lined with a variety of goods to choose from. Apart from food, there are clothes, trees, animals, second-handed books, and vintage items. Nearby, there is Minburi Bus Terminal and van services. You can get off at Minburi Market Station.

8. Pay respect to Thao Wessuwan, Bang Chan Temple

Bang Chan Temple has a lot of people who go and pay respects and ask for blessings from Thao Wessuwan. Bang Chan Temple located at Ramintra Soi 109 or Soi Phraya Suren which you can get in and out at any time. Apart from Thao Wessuwan, in the temple, there is also a replica of PhraBuddha Chinnaraj, GANESHA, an ancient Buddha statue from the early Ayutthaya period, and Father Suriyothai statue.

That’s all about the places that you can travel to along the Pink Line electric train. If you have any interesting places along the Pink line that you would like to recommend, leave a comment for us!

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