For the people of Bangkok, the Chao Phraya River has an inseparable historical sentiment. Since 1782, Rama I moved the capital from Thonburi in the West Bank to Bangkok in the east coast, and built it here. The Chao Phraya River is like a strip. Aorta-like, a steady stream of nutrients to the heart of Bangkok, also created the bustling city of Bangkok today. With the passage of time, the city of Bangkok has developed into dozens of times as large as the past. Although the function of the Chao Phraya River is not as good as it used to be, it still guards the people of Bangkok like an old mother. There are many Bangkok citizens who use the Chao Phraya River to travel back and forth, and there will be many sightseeing spots along the way, so let us introduce how to effectively use the Chao Phraya River shipping! There are 38 key terminals on the Chao Phraya River from north to south. Each pier has its own name. The main terminal is Sathorn Pier next to Exit 2 of Saphan Taksin Station on the BTS line of Bangkok MRT. Also known as the Central Terminal, there are a total of 33 terminals to the north. For convenience, they are called N1, N2...N33. To the south is S1, S2...S4.