Trains from Nam Phong to Bangkok

Nam Phong is the closest train station to the Ubolratana Dam in Khon Kaen Province. From Nam Phong it takes between 8 and 9 hours to travel by train to Bangkok depending upon which train you take. There is one daytime train, and three trains which travel overnight, only one of which has sleeper seats available.

Train Times from Nam Phong to Bangkok

There are 4 direct trains a day from Nam Phong to Bangkok.

  • Please note: The services shaded in grey are not currently operating.
TrainNam PhongBangkokService
2621:2206:00Special Express
  • The fastest service is Train #76 departing at 09:10, which is scheduled to complete the journey in 8 hours 00 minutes.
  • The slowest of these four services is Train #134 departing at 21:22 and scheduled to arrive in Bangkok 8 hours 38 minutes later.

Buy Tickets from Nam Phong to Bangkok

Use the Search Box below to buy your train tickets from Nam Phong to Bangkok.

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Train #26 is the only service which features sleeper berths. Passenger accommodation on Train #26 consists of the newest of the train carriages currently in use by the State Railways of Thailand.

Ticket Prices from Nam Phong to Bangkok

Seat TypeOnline PriceStation Price
2nd Class A/C Sleeper1,130 THB920 THB

Train tickets purchased online costs 210 THB than a train ticket purchased at a train station in Thailand. However, the benefit of paying more to book online is that you can guarantee to get the seat type of your choice on the train upon which you wish to travel.

Location of Nam Phong Station

Google Map of Nam Phong Railway Station

Location of Bangkok Station

Google Map of Bangkok Railway Station

Travel from Bangkok Station

Bangkok’s main train station is called Hua Lamphong Railway Station and it is located in the China Town area of Central Bangkok near to the Chao Phaya river. Trains from Nam Phong terminate at Hua Lamphong Railway Station, however, you can also choose the leave the train at Bang Sue Railway Station before you reach Hua Lamphong Railway Station. If your final destination is either the area around the Sukhumvit Road or the Silom Road then you can save time by alighting at Bang Sue Railway Station and continuing your journey on the Bangkok metro system (MRT). Train travel in Central Bangkok can be very slow and by switching to the MRT (which is very quick and fairly cheap) can cut 30 to 60 minutes off your total journey time.

Wat Traimit in Bangkok
Wat Traimit in Bangkok

The easiest way to travel onward from Hua Lamphong Railway Station is also to take the MRT. There is an entrance to an MRT station near the side entrance to the main train station building. If you are planning to travel to the Khao San Road area of Bangkok, or the riverside area near to the Grand Palace, then you need to either take a taxi, tuk-tuk or walk to the river and board the Chao Phraya Express Boat service. Neither the metro (MRT) or elevated railway system (BTS) currently connect with these either of these two riverside areas.

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