By train it takes between 7 and 10 hours to travel from Bangkok to Uthumphon Phisai. The first three trains of the day complete the journey during daylight hours, and the rest travel through the night.
Train Times from Bangkok to Uthumphon Phisai
There are 6 direct trains a day from Bangkok to Uthumphon Phisai.
|Bangkok||Uthumphon Phisai||Train No.||Service|
- The fastest train from Bangkok to Uthumphon Phisai is Train #21 departing at 06:10 which is scheduled to complete the journey in 6 hours 51 minutes.
- The slowest train service from Bangkok to Uthumphon Phisai is Train #141 departing at 23:05 which is scheduled to the complete the journey in 9 hours 42 minutes.
Buy Tickets from Bangkok to Uthumphon Phisai
Use the Search Box below to buy your ticket from Bangkok to Uthumphon Phisai.
Ticket Prices from Bangkok to Uthumphon Phisai
It costs 250 to 300 THB more to buy your tickets online than buying them at a train station in Thailand.
|Seat Type||Online Price||Station Price|
|2nd Class A/C Sleeper||1,224 THB||964 THB|
|2nd Class A/C Seat||924 THB||674 THB|
The advantage of buying Thailand train tickets online in advance is that you can guarantee to get the seat type you want on the train service which is most convenient for you. Train tickets in Thailand can often sell out before the day of travel, particularly 1st and 2nd Class sleeper berths. If you plan to travel around the time of a public holiday in Thailand then booking in advance is also recommended as trains become very busy at these times.
Bangkok Train Station
- From the 19th January 2023 the main railway station in Bangkok is Krung Thep Aphiwat Central Terminal (also known as Bang Sue Grand Station).
Uthumphon Phisai Train Station
About Travel to Uthumphon Phisai
Uthumphon Phisai is small town near to three major tourist attractions. The closest of these three attractions to Uthumphon Phisai is Prasat Hin Wat Sa Khampaeng Yai, which is a Khmer era temple devoted to Hindu gods constructed in the 11th Century. The older temple now sits with the grounds of a modern Buddhist temple. The Khmer part of the temple is a set of sandstone structures with some interesting Khmer inscriptions set within the lintels of the structures detailing the history of the original temple.
Further out of town are Prasat Wat Sa Kamphaeng Noi and Prasat Ban Prasat, which also feature Khmer era temple buildings within the grounds of more modern Buddhist temples. You need to hire a vehicle to reach these two out of town temple complexes, which are also believed to have been constructed during the 11th Century.