Train 170 on Thailand's Southern Railway Line is a Northbound Rapid Night Train, originating in Yala and terminating at Bangkok's main station, Hua Lamphong.
Along its route. this service stops at many of the coastal beach resorts along the Gulf of Thailand and is a good cheap way to travel, compared to the more expensive (but faster), Express and Special Express trains.
|Hat Yai Junction||14.45|
|Khao Chum Thong Junction||17.28|
|Thung Song Junction||18.13|
|Khlong Chan Di||18.45|
|Surat Thani (For Boats to Koh Samui / Koh Phangan)||20.14|
|Chumphon (For Boats to Koh Tao)||23.23|
|Bang Saphan Yai||01.12|
|Prachuap Khiri Khan||02.26|
|Taling Chan Junction||08.11|
|Bang Sue Junction||08.36|
This service operates Daily.
You have a choice of two types of sleeping coaches available on this train :
The fan sleepers are much cheaper than the air-conditioned ones and work out 200 Baht less for long distances.
If you are used to the heat and travelling during the peak season (November - March) when the nights are a lot cooler, they are fine. But in the high humidity of other times of the year, you may want to spend a little more for air-conditioning.
For those on a tight budget or for shorter trips, there are also :
For ticket prices on this Rapid train, please see the following pages for fares to Bangkok.
For other destinations please use the navigation links on the left of this page.
Please see the following pages for detailed information on the three stations this train stops at in Bangkok.
Please Note : Departure times shown here where correct at the time of publication but may change without notice.
Please confirm departure times by contacting the SRT (State Railway of Thailand) directly by either :