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asked questions

  • How much does it cost to store luggage near Phaya Thai Station?

    The price for luggage storage near Phaya Thai Station starts from just $5.00/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage near Phaya Thai Station?

    There are multiple locations in the Phaya Thai Station area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Terminal 2 (อาคาร 2), BTS Chit Lom (E1) (BTS ชิดลม), and BTS Samrong (E15) (BTS สำโรง) and all over Bangkok.

  • Is it safe to store your bags near Phaya Thai Station?

    Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage near Phaya Thai Station.

  • Are there storage lockers near Phaya Thai Station?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Phaya Thai Station area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Phaya Thai Station and in the broader Bangkok area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping guarantee.

  • What public transportation exists near Phaya Thai Station?

    Popular metro stations like MRT Lat Phrao (BL15) (MRT ลาดพร้าว), MRT Phra Ram 9 (BL20) (MRT พระราม 9), or MRT Sukhumvit (BL22) (MRT สุขุมวิท) can be used for nearby transit. When traveling within Bangkok near Phaya Thai Station, you may be close to some bus stations: Bangkok Bus Terminal (Chatuchak) (สถานีขนส่งผู้โดยสารกรุงเทพฯ (จตุจักร)), Bangkok Bus Terminal (Eastern) (สถานีขนส่งผู้โดยสารกรุงเทพ (เอกมัย)), or BTS Sanam Pao (N4) (BTS สนามเป้า). If traveling by train, BTS Siam (CEN) (BTS สยาม), BTS Mo Chit (N8) (BTS หมอชิต), and BTS Sala Daeng (S2) (BTS ศาลาแดง) are nearest to Phaya Thai Station.

  • Where are the best hotel accommodations near Phaya Thai Station?

    The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near Phaya Thai Station are Centara Grand at CentralWorld, Pathumwan Princess Hotel (โรงแรมปทุมวันปริ๊นเซส), and Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Phaya Thai Station are The Motley House, Lub d Bangkok - Siam Square, and The Quarter Poshtel.

  • Where are the best restaurants near Phaya Thai Station?

    The most popular restaurants to visit when near Phaya Thai Station are Siam Paragon (สยามพารากอน), Central Rama 9 (เซ็นทรัล พระราม 9), and Central Pinklao (เซ็นทรัล ปิ่นเกล้า).

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions near Phaya Thai Station?

    Check out the nearby Lumphini Park (สวนลุมพินี), Benjakitti Park (สวนเบญจกิติ), and ICONSIAM Park.


About the station 

The Phaya Thai district is one of Bangkok’s unsung gems. It may lack the immediate appeal of Old Town, Sukhumvit, or Chinatown, but it offers a different experience. “Living like a local” has become a mantra for frequent travelers and wanderlusts in recent years, which has seen Phaya Thai’s popularity rise as it’s become more of a destination for both inexpensive and upscale cultural offerings. This leafy neighborhood is lined with both street food and bistros, and there are plenty of markets and shopping malls for some poking around. The Victory Monument, honoring Thailand's military past, towers over the rest of the neighborhood and makes for a worthy stop on a sightseeing itinerary.

It’s also exceptionally well connected to the rest of the city via public transportation. Phaya Thai Station is one of the city’s major transportation hubs for both tourism and commuting. The BTS Skytrain network, which is highly efficient and connects almost the entire city, runs through Phaya Thai Station along with the crucial Airport Rail Link which has a route to Suvarnabhumi International Airport. 

If you’re staying in Phaya Thai, you’ll become well acquainted with the BTS Skytrain Sukhumvit Line which will connect you to the best of Bangkok’s sightseeing areas. With Bangkok’s primary airport within an hour and the city center reachable in about 20 minutes, you could do worse than Phaya Thai for a launching point. 

Are there storage lockers at Phaya Thai Station?

Unfortunately, there aren’t any lockers or luggage storage facilities at Phaya Thai Station. You can store your luggage near the train station via a left luggage service like Bounce. it's preferable to use a service with a website or mobile app where you can find information about the nearest storage spot.

Is there a place to store luggage at Bangkok airports?

Both Bangkok airports offer limited luggage storage options. Don Mueang Airport has a luggage storage kiosk and desk at Terminal 2 on the 1st floor. At Suvarnabhumi Airport, you can head to Floor B near the Airport Rail Link for the luggage storage desk. It costs between $5 and $10 per item to store for the day. Both of these airports are situated well outside the city center and are really only useful if you need a place to store the bags while you're on a layover.  

Where can I store luggage in Bangkok? 

Your options might be slightly limited compared to cities in Europe and North America. Most attractions, especially the temples and shrines, won't offer any lockers or cloakrooms. Transit facility lockers are exceedingly rare. Your hotel is always a reliable option as the concierge desk or bellhop will be happy to take your bags for a few hours in return for a small tip. Your hotel might be situated out of the way, and you'll end up wasting precious hours of your trip getting to and from the hotel. Really, your best option has to be a dedicated luggage storage service like Bounce. 

What’s the best Bangkok luggage storage service? 

Of all the luggage storage services operating in Bangkok, Bounce has the most convenient locations and the most useful features. Each Bounce luggage storage location has been vetted to ensure quality and security. So you know that your suitcase and belongings are being well taken care of. With the Bounce mobile app, you’ll be able to search for the most convenient storage spots and even book on the go, so you can drop the bags off on your way to the museum or restaurant instead of having to go out of your way.

Things to do near Phaya Thai Station

Suan Pakkad Palace Museum 

This tiny cluster of traditional wooden houses right in the heart of Central Bangkok strikes a curious juxtaposition between the bustling city and the bucolic charm presented by the ‘lettuce farm.’ The museum offers insight into the lives of Thai royalty, as the complex was the place of residence for Princess Chumbon of Nakhon Sawan, who built her houses on the land that was once a lettuce farm.

Touring the interior, you'll find well-kept furnishings, artwork, and relics of the time. Tranquil landscapes surrounding the houses feature little ponds, gardens, and plenty of ducks and swans fluttering about. Highlights include the Lacquer Pavilion, which boasts gold-leaf Jataka and Ramakian murals from the Ayuthaya period along with Khmer-style Hindu and Buddhist art, Ban Chiang ceramics, and plenty of golden Buddhas. It's a beguiling experience that hits at both the majesty and charm of traditional Thai culture.

Jim Thompson House Museum 

American entrepreneur Jim Johnson was one of the earliest businessmen to ply their trade in Thailand, and his dynasty has become the stuff of legend for the fashion and textile industry. Originally stationed in Thailand during World War II as an intelligence officer, he stuck around and found business opportunities in Bangkok. His trade was silk, sending samples of Thai garments and materials to European designers, and building a vast network of illustrious clients.

His former home was as lavish and luxurious as any in Bangkok, and the leafy surroundings formed a jungle-like setting that's surprising in this part of Bangkok. You can tour the interior and estate grounds to learn about how the first of a few Western opportunists came to prominence. Once rich, he became an avid art collector, with much of his vast collection on display at the museum.

Had the story ended there, it would still merit the house being turned into a museum. However, Jim Johnson disappeared suddenly in 1967 when he was touring Malaysia. A year later his sister was murdered in America. None of these mysteries were solved, and conspiracy theories abound. This adds an eeriness to the experience, and a guided tour will delve further into the conspiracy theories about communists or other intriguing fodder. In any case, the house is beautifully preserved, and a fascinating corner of Thai and American history.

Erawan Shrine 

The origin story of this shrine is as strange and eerie as any haunted house or cemetery. This shrine was but in the 1950s as a last resort of a real estate developer after a series of setbacks derailed the construction of the planned Erawan Hotel. Honoring the Hindu Lord Brahma (the creator of this universe) to ward off further misfortunes. The work accidents miraculously ceased after the intricately decorated shrine was built. While the hotel operated successfully for a few decades, the shrine sadly didn’t work as a bomb went off next to it in 2015, killing 20 people. The shrine was repaired and reopened and remains a symbol of perseverance and a pilgrimage destination. It’s a beautiful shrine, and urban legends are rarely this well-documented.

Airport travel from Phaya Thai  Station

The vast majority of international travelers will fly into Suvarnabhumi Airport, but you can also take a flight through Don Mueang Airport with a low-cost airline. Both are fairly well-connected to central Bangkok and Phaya Thai Station.

From Suvarnabhumi Airport, you can board the Airport Rail Link at the station located on the basement level. You can buy a ticket at the kiosk, and the train runs a few times an hour. The Airport Rail Link train takes approximately 25 minutes to get to Phaya Thai Station.

From Don Mueang Airport, you'll have to take a shuttle from the arrivals area to Mo Chit Station, the nearest BTS Skytrain station. From there you'll hop on a train bound for Bearing and take it to Siam Station. Then take the BTS Skytrain to Phaya Thai Station. Altogether it'll take about 45 minutes to get from Don Mueang to Phaya Thai Station. While each route does require some planning, taking the train is usually quicker than a taxi that has to sit in traffic. 

Getting around the city from Phaya Thai  Station

How to get to the Grand Palace from Phaya Thai Station

While it does take about an hour, the best way to get to the Grand Palace from Phaya Thai Station is to take the BTS Skytrain. Hop on a Sukhumvit Line train heading towards Bearing. You'll get off at Siam Station and transfer to the #508 bus and take that towards the Grand Palace. It’ll take you to the Territorial Defense Command Stop (strange name, but it’s where the Grand Palace is located). The palace is a three-minute walk from there, and you won’t be able to miss it.

You can also take a taxi, which would save you about 45 minutes each way. Bangkok traffic can be a challenge during certain hours and even dreadful at times, but you’ll save a great deal of time by hopping in a 15-minute cab ride that’ll cost less than $10 each way. Considering how vital the Grand Palace is to the experience, it’s a must! 

How to get to Siam Square from Phaya Thai Station 

Siam Square, one of the absolute best areas of Bangkok, is exceedingly simple to reach from just about anywhere in the city. From Phaya Thai Station, you can hop on the BTS Skytrain heading towards Siam on the Sukhumvit Line. You'll reach Siam Station in less than 10 minutes. From Siam Station, it's a short walk to Siam Square - just follow the signs.

Luggage storage near Phaya Thai Station

If you’re exploring Bangkok for a few days and utilizing Phaya Thai Station for its connections to the rest of the city, you’ll want to be able to get around. Lugging your belongings back and forth, or on travel days, will only slow down your sightseeing and street food-consuming pursuits, so leave the bags with a reliable luggage storage service like Bounce. Heading elsewhere in Thailand or Asia? Bounce has locations in every essential travel destination on the planet. So download the Bounce mobile app to see the luggage storage options where you’re heading next.

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