Train 102 is the cheapest way to travel long distances on the Northern Line in Thailand between Chiang Mai and Bangkok's new Bang Sue Grand Railway Station.
This daytime train allows you the chance to travel south to the capital and see the sights of the countryside (unlike the other services on this route that travel overnight - apart from the much more expensive DRC Special Express).
New Timetable from 19th January 2023 - Train 102 now terminates at the new Bang Sue Grand Station in Bangkok (Krung Thep Aphiwat Central Terminal).
|Ban Dara Junction||12:19|
|Ban Mun Nak||14:56|
|Pak Nam Pho||15:47|
|Ban Phachi Junction||18:55|
|Don Muang Airport (DMK)||20:10|
|Bang Sue Grand||20:25|
This Train operates Daily.
Other long distance services on this route between Chiang Mai and Bangkok are:
As this trains travel only during the day, there are no sleeper coaches, just 3rd Class and 2nd Class seat carriages.
All coaches on this service are fan cooled, there are no air-conditioned carriages.
To see tickets prices for this service from Chaing Mai to Bangkok:
As with all long distance trains in Thailand, it is always best to book your seats in advance.
Tickets in Thailand go on sale up to 90 days in ahead of the departure date (depending on the length of the journey).
To book your seats you can:
Visit any main railway station within the country and book advance tickets from the ticket counter or advance booking office at larger stations.
The alternatives way to travel from Chaing Mai are:
Take a long distance bus.
Fly from Chaing Mai International Airport (CNX).