How to get to Hua Lamphong Station in Bangkok

On this page you will see how to get to Hua Lamphong Station for train departures from the main railway station in Bangkok.

Hua Lamphong Railway Station can be reached easily by public transport on the :

MRT Subway and BTS Sky Train or by Local Bus.

MRT Subway and BTS Sky Train to Bangkok Train Station

Entrance to the Subway (Exit 3) on Rong Muang RoadEntrance to the Subway (Exit 3) on Rong Muang Road

Bangkok Station is easily accessible by the Bangkok subway known as MRT System which is operating daily from 06:00am until midnight.

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The subway station at the Hua Lamphong Railway Station is named Hua Lamphong MRT Station and it is linked to many of the popular tourist areas of Bangkok.

The main entrance used for the subway is actually inside the train station building, located on your right as you come off the station platforms.

To and from Sukhumvit areas such as Nana, Asoke, Soi Cowboy, use the Sukhumvit subway station which is located at Asoke intersection (Adult fare: 27THB, Child fare: 14THB).

The Sukhumvit MRT station is linked to the BTS Sky Train station Asoke (see Sukhumvit Line: www.bts.co.th/customer/en/02-route-current.aspx) making travels to and from the train station to Phrom Phong, Thong Lo, Ekkamai quick and smooth.

To and from Silom areas such as Patpong market and Silom Road, use the Silom subway station located at the intersection of Silom Road and Rama 4 Road besides Dusit Thani Hotel (Adult fare: 18THB, Child fare: 9THB).

The Silom MRT station is linked to the BTS Sky Train station Sala Daeng (see Silom Line: www.bts.co.th/customer/en/02-route-current.aspx) making travels to and from Siam Square and the Bangkok shopping centers such as MBK, Siam Center, Siam Paragon easy and smooth.

To and from the popular Chatuchak Weekend Market use the Chatuchak Park subway station or the Kamphaeng Phet subway station (Adult fare: 40THB, Child fare: 20THB).

To and from Mo Chit Bus Station for buses from Bangkok to the north of Thailand, use the Chatuchak Park subway station as well (Adult fare: 40THB, Child fare: 20THB).

The Mo-chit Bus Terminal is located a few kilometers north of Chatuchak park and it takes around 10 minutes by Tuk-Tuk or Taxi (around 80THB) to reach Mo Chit from Chatuchak Park.

There are also many local buses running from Mo Chit Terminal to Chatuchak Park such as the bus 3 or 509…

Hua Lamphong MRT stationHua Lamphong MRT station

How to get to Hua Lamphong Station by Bus

The Hua Lamphong Train Station is also accessible by many city buses : 

To or from the train station you can use the Red non air-con bus number 53 to go to Khoasan Road, Phra Athit Road or Samsen Road.

This bus also passes by China Town, Wat Po and the Grand Palace.

Other buses that connect the Bangkok Train Station to China Town and Wat Po are the Orange air-con buses number 73 and number 73ก.

The Red non-air-con buses number 1 and 7 which can be boarded at the bus stop near the train station platform 12 will take you to China Town.

From the same bus stop you can board the Red non-air bus 29 and the Yellow air-con bus 29 to go to Don Muang Airport.

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The bus stop for bus number 53 to Banglamphuu and Khaosan RoadThe bus stop for bus number 53 to Banglamphuu and Khaosan Road leaves from the side of Bangkok train station
The bus stop besides platform 12 with bus number 7 to Chinatown and little IndiaThe bus stop besides platform 12 with bus number 7 to Chinatown and little India

Travel from Hua Lamphong Station by Taxi

There is an official Taxi stand just outside the station on your right as you come off of the platforms.

They all use their meters and a taxi is very reasonably priced.

Don't use any of the touts or Tuk Tuk's that hang around the station - they will cost you more.


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