Phitsanulok to Bangkok Train Timetables 2023

Travel on the Phitsanulok to Bangkok Train takes you to Bangkok's new main railway Station, Bang Sue Grand or Hua Lamphong, with a choice of cheap Ordinary or Rapid trains, to more expensive, but faster night sleeper Express and Special Express services.

The distance from Phitsanulok to Bangkok by train is 389 Kilometres.

Please Note: From January 2023 most trains on this route will be terminating at the new railway station in Bangkok, Bang Sue Grand (Krung Thep Aphiwat Central Terminal).

Train Schedule from Phitsanulok to Bang Sue Grand Station Bangkok

To see the train timetable from Bangkok to Phitsanulok click here >

No Dep Arr Type
14 00:01 06:10 Sp. Ex.
10 00:50 06:50 Sp. Ex.
112 10:03 17:20 Rap
102 13:18 20:25 Rap
8 14:44 18:55 Sp. Ex. DRC
108 22:09 04:30 Rap
52 23:01 05:10 Ex.
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Train Schedule from Phitsanulok to Bangkok Hua Lamphong Station

No Dep Arr Type
202 06:05 14:05 Ord

All services operate daily.

Timetable Notes:
Ord = Ordinary
Rap = Rapid
Rap DRC = Rapid Diesel Railcar
Ex. = Express
Sp. Ex. = Special Express
Sp. Ex. DRC = Special Express Diesel Railcar - (Sprinter Train)

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 Ticket Prices for the Phitsanulok to Bangkok Train

The cheapest way to travel from Phitsanulok to Bangkok is by taking a 3rd class carriage on an Ordinary train.

Seats cost just 69 Baht.

If you want to travel in more comfort, prices rise depending on how fast the train is, if you want a berth / bed, if the carriage is air-conditioned and in what class you travel.

To see a full price list for trains on this route click here >

Buying Train Tickets

These services operate on the Bangkok to Chiang Mai Northern Line and can get very busy during the main high season (November to April), so if you want to travel on any of these trains in 2nd or 1st class, you should plan ahead and book your tickets as far in advance as you can (if you want to travel in 3rd class, you can buy your tickets on the day of travel).

Train tickets in Thailand are easy to buy:

The cheapest way is to visit any SRT railway station in person and go to the advance ticket office (only at the larger stations), or the normal ticket counter at smaller stations.

If you don't mind paying a bit more:

You can also buy your tickets online >

Related pages:

Hua Lamphong Railway Station information page >

Phitsanulok to Chiang Mai trains >

Ayutthaya to Phitsanulok trains >

Bangkok Train main page >

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