BTS and MRT are the names of the mass transit systems in Bangkok, Thailand. BTS stands for Bangkok Mass Transit System, and it is also known as the Skytrain. MRT stands for Mass Rapid Transit, and it is also known as the Metro.
The BTS Skytrain is a elevated rail system that operates in the central and eastern parts of Bangkok. It consists of two lines: the Sukhumvit Line and the Silom Line. The BTS serves major shopping and business districts, as well as popular tourist attractions such as Siam Square, Chatuchak Weekend Market, and Sukhumvit Road.
The MRT is a subway system that serves the central and western parts of Bangkok. It consists of one line: the Blue Line. The MRT serves major transportation hubs, such as Hualamphong Railway Station, and popular tourist attractions such as the Grand Palace and Chinatown.
Both the BTS and MRT are efficient and convenient ways to travel within Bangkok. They are relatively fast and offer air-conditioned trains with comfortable seating. Tickets can be purchased at station kiosks or through the Rabbit Card, a prepaid card that can be used on both the BTS and MRT.