Property Guide for MRT Sanam Chai Station

Mass transit / subway station MRT Sanam Chai (also referred to as MRT สนามไชย, Sanam Chai, Sanamchai) is a station on the Blue Line (Chaloem Ratchamongkhon) (station number BL31).

Opening hours: 5:33 AM - 12:28 AM

Nearby stations: The preceding station is MRT Sam Yot (station number BL30), and the ensuing station is MRT Itsaraphap (station number BL32).

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Station area map

Frequently asked questions about MRT Sanam Chai


Shopping Center:

- Tha Tian Market is 600m away or about 7 minutes by foot via exit 1

Park:

- Saranrom Palace Park is 500m away or about 6 minutes by foot via exit 2

Others:

- Museum Siam is 31m away or about 1 minutes by foot via exit 1


- Rental price of 1 bedroom unit near MRT Sanam Chai in general is 24.18% higher than Bangkok average.

- Rental price of 2 bedrooms unit near MRT Sanam Chai in general is 8.90% lower than Bangkok average.

- Rental price of 4+ bedrooms unit near MRT Sanam Chai in general is 183.97% higher than Bangkok average.


- Sale price of 4+ bedrooms unit near MRT Sanam Chai in general is 620.04% higher than Bangkok average.


No, it is forbidden to consume food or drinks on MRT Sanam Chai, or in any of Bangkok's mass transit systems.

For MRT Sanam Chai, fares start at ca. ฿7 for one stop for children and the elderly to ca. ฿14 for one stop for adults. The fare will increase by ca. ฿2-3 per station up to a maximum of ca. ฿20 for children and the elderly and ca. ฿70 for adults.

You can either pay cash directly at the friendly counter at MRT Sanam Chai or any of the many stations, or you can also use a ticket vending machine at the station. The best however is to get a prepaid MRT card as the most convenient way to pay for your trip with the MRT.

The preceding station is MRT Sam Yot (station number BL30). The ensuing station is MRT Itsaraphap (station number BL32).