Sikhoraphum is a small town in Surin Province on Thailand’s North Eastern Train Line, located between the major towns of Surin and Sisaket. Sikhoraphum Railway Station is located very close to Prasat Sikhoraphum temple which means that travel by train is a convenient way to get from Bangkok to Prasat Sikhoraphum because you don’t need to arrange any transfers to get to the temple.
Train Times from Bangkok to Sikhoraphum
There are 6 direct trains a day from Bangkok to Sikhoraphum.
- The fastest train from Bangkok to Sikhoraphum is Train #21 departing at 06:10 which is scheduled to complete the journey in 6 hours 22 minutes.
- The slowest train service from Bangkok to Sikhoraphum is Train #141 departing at 23:05 which is scheduled to the complete the journey in 9 hours 00 minutes.
Buy Tickets from Bangkok to Sikhoraphum
Use the search box below to buy your train tickets from Bangkok to Sikhoraphum.
The best quality train service on this route in Train #23 which uses the most modern passenger train carriages in use on Thailand Railway Network. All carriages on train #23 are air-conditioned sleeper carriages with first-class compartments available for those who book early enough to secure a 1st Class compartment before they all sell out.
Ticket Prices from Bangkok to Sikhoraphum
Buy your train tickets online is 250 to 300 THB more than expensive than buying them at a train station in Thailand. However, this is a small cost compared to the cost of missing travel connections or hotel booking because the train you want to travel on is fully booked.
|Seat Type||Online Price||Station Price|
|1st Class A/C Sleeper||1,662 THB||1,402 THB|
|2nd Class A/C Sleeper||1,210 THB||910 THB|
|2nd Class A/C Seat||650 THB||400 THB|
|2nd Class Fan Seat||540 THB||290 THB|
Certain seat types are only available on particular trains. Use the Search Box above to check which seats are available.
Bangkok Train Station
From the 19th January 2023 the main railway station in Bangkok is Krung Thep Aphiwat Central Terminal Station (also known as Bang Sue Grand Station).
Sikhoraphum Train Station
Sikhoraphum Railway Station is located 1.6 km walking distance from Prasat Sikhorapum temple.
About Prasat Sikhoraphum
Prasat Sikhorapum is temple built by the Khmer people at some point in the 12th Century during the reign of Khmer King Suryavarman II in whose reign much of Angkhor wat was also constructed. Prasat Sikhorapum is open every day from 08:00 to 17:00 and admission costs 50 THB per person.
Prasat Sikhoraphum consists of 5 towers made of sandstone on a stone base. The tallest tower prang is located in the centre of the temple and is 32 metres tall. The temple was originally built as a Hindu temple although it was re-purposed for use as a Buddhist temple in the 16th Century. The most interesting features of the temple are the reliefs depicting Hindu deities Shiva, Brahma, Ganesh, Vishnu and several devas, who are benign mystical beings from Hindu mythology. Prasat Sikhoraphum receives relatively few visitors which makes the temple much more enjoyable for those who make the effort to go there.